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Spalding, Henry Stanislaus (10 January 1865–27 December 1934), educator, author, and clergyman, was born in Bardstown, Kentucky, one of eleven children of William Thomas Spalding and Isabella Ann Livers Spalding, founders and operators of a clothing business. The Spaldings were descendants of Thomas Spalding, who landed in St. Mary's County, Maryland, in 1657/58 and the family had migrated to Nelson County, Kentucky, after the Revolutionary War. Two of Henry Spalding's cousins, ...

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Stegner, Wallace Earle (18 February 1909–13 April 1993), author and educator, was born in Lake Mills, Iowa, the son of George Stegner, a drifting, gambling worker, and Hilda Paulson. The itinerant family lived in Grand Forks, North Dakota, then Redmond and Bellingham, Washington, then East End, Saskatchewan, Canada, and then Great Falls, Montana, before settling in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1921. After graduating from high school there, Stegner attended the University of Utah, where during his freshman year his contact with western writer-teacher ...