Samuel Griswold was an American industrial pioneer in the 1820s based in central Georgia. He was the founder of Griswoldville village, an industrial site.
Samuel Griswold Goodrich (August 19, 1793 – May 9, 1860) was an American author, better known under the pseudonym Peter Parley.
Samuel became a leading citizen of Jones County, founded a town (named Griswoldville, of course!), and was a major arms supplier to the Confederate States ...
Year Erected: 1954. Samuel Griswold Marker Text: The first iron foundry in Georgia was established here by Samuel Griswold who came from Connecticut, ...
Aug 15, 2018 ... Samuel Griswold Goodrich, (born Aug. 19, 1793, Ridgefield, Conn., U.S.—died May 9, 1860, New York City), American publisher and author of ...
Author and US Politician Beter known by his pen name Peter Parley, Samuel Griswold Goodrich was the author of children's histories and schoolbooks and ...
Connecticut Yankee Samuel Griswold set up a cotton gin factory in Georgia in 1830. The village of Griswoldville grew around the factory. In 1862, Griswold ...
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If Peter Parley is forgotten today, his creator Samuel Griswold Goodrich is no less well remembered, though in their lifetime the two were almost synonymous.