David Ross Locke (1833-1888)
Locke's greatest influence was through his writings and lectures as Petroleum Vesuvius Nasby, an antiabolitionist postmaster. The Nasby letters acridly satirized the plight of blacks in the South and the complicity of northern politicians in that plight.
- 1870 circa 15 years
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