Josiah Gilbert Holland was an American novelist and poet. He also co-founded and edited Scribners Monthly magazine and wrote hymn lyrics. He hoped to become a physician but began writing and then became the editor of the Springfield Republican newspaper. His published novels were popular during the late nineteenth century. Holland also wrote a biography of Abraham Lincoln after his assassination.
|Name:||Josiah Gilbert Holland|
|Also known as:||Timothy Titcomb|
|Date of birth:||1819|
|Date of death:||1881|
|Roles:||Novelist; Poet; Editor; Hymnodist|
|Project person ID:||SLP077|
|Image rights:||Public domain. Digitised by Cornell University|