Edward Everett Hale

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prolific United States writer (1822-1909)


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But as 19th Century author/clergyman Edward Everett Hale wrote: "I am only one, but I am one.
They included Unitarian minister Edward Everett Hale, women's rights advocate Matilda Joslyn Gage, philosopher William James, Hindu guru Swami Vivekananda, Jain lecturer Virchand Gandhi, Buddhist monk Anagarika Dharmapala, and Black activist W.
Edward Everett Hale and other science-fiction writers in the 19th century inspired serious spaceflight theoreticians like Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Hermann Oberth, and Robert Goddard at the dawn of the 20th century.
Edward Everett Hale imagined artificial orbital satellites in a short story called The Brick Moon in 1869, long before space flight existed.
When I was in grade school, we ere frequently treated to patriotic assembly programs in which we were shown short films, including a film version of the classic Edward Everett Hale short story, "The Man without a Country.
American Edward Everett Hale publishes a short story, "The Brick Moon," about a manned, brick satellite high above Earth.
Grant--as well as men and women who would make their mark in fields away from conflict including Edward Everett Hale, Emily Dickinson, and Frederick Law Olmstead.