(1840 - 1924)
Palmer Cox was active/lived in New York, California, Quebec / Canada. Palmer Cox is known for illustrator-cartoon, genre, animal.
Biography Palmer Cox
Illustrator and poet, Palmer Cox was the fifth son of nine children born to Michael and Sarah Millar Cox. He was born April 28, 1840 on his parent's farm in the South-Ridge District, between Adamsville and Granby, Quebec. Graduating from Granby Academy in 1858 he soon left for Oakland, California, arriving in January of 1863.
Over the next eleven years he contributed cartoons, prose and poems to such publications as the Golden Era, the Alta California, and the San Francisco Examiner, The year he was Master of his Masonic lodge, 1874, he published his first book, "Squibs of California." The following year he moved to New York where he contributed to "Scribners" and other east coast periodicals. It was here that the first collection o
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