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"Passing Strange" is a uniquely American biography of Clarence King, who hid a secret from his Gilded Age cohorts and prominent family: for 13 years ...Show synopsis"Passing Strange" is a uniquely American biography of Clarence King, who hid a secret from his Gilded Age cohorts and prominent family: for 13 years he lived a double life--as the celebrated white explorer, geologist, and writer King and as a black Pullman porter and steelworker named James Todd.Hide synopsis
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I read this for a book group and found it to be far more interesting than I had thought it would be. We had a lively two hour discussion about why people do things, and the times in which they do them. Sandweiss presented surface facts but didn't dig very deep. Only one person thought of it a a ...
Wonderfully researched book with so many twists and turns -- and a stunning example of the "oddity" of the Great Surveys, and in particular, of Clarence King -- so lauded, by clearly, so conflicted, too, in his life.
When Clarence King died in Phoenix, Arizona, in 1901, he was eulogized by friends like John Hay, private secretary to Abraham Lincoln and Secretary of State under McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt, and historian and memoirist Henry Adams. He was remembered as the first director of the United States ...
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