L. J. Dupre

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L. J. Dupre
Born c. 1828
Macon, Mississippi
Died 25 August 1893 (65)
Raleigh Springs, Tennessee
Alma mater University of Alabama; Cumberland University

Louis Jarrel Dupré (1828 - August 25, 1893) was an American newspaperman, author, and poet, noted for his time as a Confederate officer (attaining the rank of Colonel), his service as U.S. consul to San Salvador (El Salvador) under the administration of President Grover Cleveland, and for his roles in the American Anthropological Society.

Selected Bibliography

  • Dupre, L. J. (1880), The Silent Races  — a poem.
  • Dupre, L. J. (1881), Fagots from the Campfire, Washington, D.C.: Emily Thornton Charles & Co.