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WALDO, Samuel Putnam, author, born in Connecticut in 1780; died in Hartford, Connecticut, in March, 1826. He was the author of "Narrative of a Tour of Observation made during the Summer of 1817, by James Monroe, President of the United States, with Sketch of his Life" (Philadelphia, 1818 ; Hartford, 1820) ; "Memoirs of General Andrew Jackson" (Hartford, 1820) ; "Life and Character of Stephen Decatur" (2d ed., Middletown, Connecticut, 1821) ; and " Biographical Sketches of Commander Nicholas Biddle, Paul Jones, Edward Preble, and Alexander Murray" (Hartford, 1823). He also prepared for publication Archibald Robbins's "Journal of the Loss of the Brig' Commerce' upon the Western Coast of Africa." (See RILEY, JAMES.)
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