John Hancock, early poet

In at least one scholar’s opinion, Springfield storekeeper John Hancock was “the finest poet of the frontier, in not only Illinois but the entire Midwest.” See “Huyler’s Ghost,” a poem by “H.”, 1832. 

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1 Response to John Hancock, early poet

  1. Nancy Chapin says:

    Absolutely wonderful,

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