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William Quesenbury

 (1822 - 1888)
William Minor "Cush" Quesenbury was active/lived in Arkansas, California, Missouri.  William Quesenbury is known for portrait, landscape and topographical sketches and paintings, newspaper artist.

William Quesenbury

William Minor "Cush" Quesenbury (the nickname reflecting how the last name should be pronounced) is known for his achievements as a journalist whose essays appeared in national publications; the founder and editor of the South-West Independent at Fayetteville (Washington County), one of the most quoted newspapers in the 1850s; a painter whose sketchbooks cover his trip to and from California during the gold rush; a poet, whose long poem on Arkansas encapsulated the state's history and people; and a soldier who fought in both the Mexican War and the Civil War. Historians familiar with his accomplishments rank him as one of the most prolific and creative individuals Arkansas ever produced.

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About  William Quesenbury

Born:  1822 - Fayetteville, Arkansas
Died:   1888 - Neosha, Missouri
Known for:  portrait, landscape and topographical sketches and paintings, newspaper artist