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YOUNG, Andrew White, author, born in Carlisle, Schoharie County, New York, 2 March, 1802; died in Warsaw, Wyoming County, New York, 17 February, 1877. He removed to Warsaw in 1816, received a common-school education, taught for several years, then engaged in mercantile business, and in 1830 established the Warsaw "Sentinel," changing the name in 1832 to the "Republican Advocate." In 1836 he published and edited a paper called the "American Citizen." Mr. Young represented Wyoming county in the legislature in 1845-'6 and in the Constitutional convention of 1846. He published " Introduction to the Science of Government," which obtained an extensive circulation (Warsaw, 1835" revised ed., 1839)" "First Lessons in Civil Government" (1843" revised ed., 1847)" "Citizen's Manual of Government and Law" (1851" revised ed., 1858)" "The American Statesman" a Political History of the United States " (1855" new ed., with an appendix written just before his death, New York, 1888) ; and "National Economy : a History of the American Protective System " (1860).
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