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Winsor

Winsor

[win-zer]
Winsor, Justin, 1831-97, American librarian and historian. He was superintendent (1868-77) of the Boston Public Library and afterward librarian (1877-97) of Harvard. In addition to important bibliographical work on Shakespeare, Columbus, and the American Revolution, he edited the Narrative and Critical History of America (8 vol., 1884-89) and wrote The Westward Movement (1897). A founder of the American Library Association (1876), he was its president for a number of years (1876-85; 1897).
Winsor is a village in Hampshire, England, situated within the boundaries of the New Forest National Park.

Surrounding villages are Copythorne, Netley Marsh and Bartley

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