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Henry David Thoreau, American author, naturalist and philosopher - died this day in 1862, aged 44, from tuberculosis…
Dying words: “Now comes good sailing”
Above: Daguerreotype of Henry David Thoreau in June 1856, by Benjamin D. Maxham

Henry David Thoreau, American author, naturalist and philosopher - died this day in 1862, aged 44, from tuberculosis…

Dying words: “Now comes good sailing”

Above: Daguerreotype of Henry David Thoreau in June 1856, by Benjamin D. Maxham

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