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George W. Cable

George W. CableAKA George Washington Cable

Born: 12-Oct-1844
Birthplace: New Orleans, LA
Died: 31-Jan-1925
Location of death: St. Petersburg, FL
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Author, Activist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Old Creole Days

Military service: Fourth Mississippi Cavalry (Civil War)

Father: (d. 1859)
Mother: Rebecca Boardman
Wife: Louise Stewart Bartlett (m. 1869, d. 27-Feb-1904, five children)
Wife: Eva C. Stevenson (m. 1906, d. 1923)
Wife: Hannah Cowing (m. 1923)

    New Orleans Picayune Columnist
    German Ancestry Paternal
    Risk Factors: Malaria

Is the subject of books:
George W. Cable, 1962, BY: Philip Butcher
George W. Cable: A Biography, 1966, BY: Arlin Turner
Critical Essays on George W. Cable, 1980, BY: Arlin Turner (ed.)
A Genius in His Way: The Art of Cable's Old Creole Days, 1988, BY: N. J. Rutherford

Author of books:
Old Creole Days (1879, short stories)
The Grandissimes (1880, novel)
Madame Delphine (1881, novel)
Dr. Sevier (1884, novel)
The Creoles of Louisiana (1884, nonfiction)
The Silent South (1885, essays)
Bonaventure (1888)
The Negro Question (1888, essays)
The Cavailier (1901, novel)
Loves of Louisiana (1918, novel)

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