(1818 - 1903)
Edward Everett was active/lived in Illinois, Texas, Massachusetts. Edward Everett is known for watercolor drawings, mission sketches.
Biography Edward Everett
A sketch artist, draftsman and mapmaker, Edward Everett was born in London, England and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1841 when he was age 23. They lived in Quincy, Illinois where his family had distinguished ties. His uncle, the man for whom young Edward was named, was United States Senator Edward Everett. Other family members were Edward Everett Hale, short story writer; Nathan Hale, the famous patriot; and novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne. The younger Edward Everett listed his occupation as machinist and engineer.
He joined the military and was involved in quelling a disturbance in Nauvoo, Illinois related to Mormon settlers. In 1846, the militia company reorganized into Company A, Fi
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