EAF Author: Albert Pike (1809-1891)
Albert Pike was born in Boston. He was a journalist, lawyer, and Brigadier-General in the Confederate army. After the war, he became a well-known freemason and returned to his legal practice. Pike edited the Arkansas Advocate, and his works include Prose Sketches and Poems; Hymns to the Gods, and Other Poems; Nugæ, a Collection of Poems; and Arkansas Supreme Court Reports, 1840-45.
Prose Sketches and Poems, Written in the Western Country (1834) (Restricted)