Barnet Phillips (1826 - 1905)

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Birthplace: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: Died in New York, Kings, New York, United States
Occupation: Journalist, Scholar, Founder of the American Jewish Historical Society
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About Barnet Phillips

From the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906:

American journalist; born in Philadelphia Nov. 9, 1826; educated at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, whence he was graduated in 1847. Shortly afterward he set out for Europe, where he continued his studies and engaged in journalism. On his return to the United States, Phillips joined the staff of the "New York Times" and published two books, "The Struggle" and "Burning Their Ships." Phillips' connection with the "New York Times" extends over thirty years.

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Barnet Phillips, (CSA)'s Timeline

1826
November 9, 1826
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
1862
April 2, 1862
Age 35
Marietta, Cobb, Georgia, United States
1863
January 31, 1863
Age 36
Marietta, Cobb, GA, USA
1864
August 11, 1864
Age 37
Augusta, Richmond, GA, USA
1866
August 9, 1866
Age 39
St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Municipality, ON, Canada
1867
October 18, 1867
Age 40
Savannah, Chatham, GA, USA
1869
April 24, 1869
Age 42
Savannah, Chatham, GA, USA
1871
April 12, 1871
Age 44
Brooklyn, Kings, NY, USA
1873
May, 1873
Age 46
1875
August, 1875
Age 48