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Jeremiah Curtin


(1833 - 1906)

Jeremiah Curtin

Born in Detroit and raised in Wisconsin, Jeremiah Curtin was a linguist and translator. He served in the United States Legation in St. Petersburg and, among others, translated Quo Vadis. He is particularly remembered for his collections of Irish folk tales.


Kate Culhane: A Ghost Story (2001)

A traditional Irish ghost story translated from the Gaelic.

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Author(s): Jeremiah Curtin
Michael Hague
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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