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Frederick Adolphus Packard (17941867)
Packard, Frederick Adolphus. An American lawyer, editor, and author; born in Massachusetts in 1794; died in 1867. He was editor of the publications of the American Sunday-School Union for nearly forty years. Among his works are: The Union Bible Dictionary (1837); The Teacher Taught (1839); Life of Robert Owen (1866).