Nebraska Authors

Amsori Leander Bixby

AKA: pen name: Bix

Born 1856-04-21 Potsdam, NY (USA)

Died 1934-12-24
Lincoln, NE (USA)

Buried
Lincoln, NE (USA)
Wyuka Cemetery

Places Lived

Potsdam, NY
Chicago, IL
Fullerton, NE
Denver, CO
Columbus, NE
Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Journalism
  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry

Keywords

Travel; Poetry; Journalism; Fiction; Nonfiction

Education

Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL

Occupation

Columnist ('The Daily Drift') for 37 years in the Nebraska State Journal
Journalist
Editor
Lecturer
Writer

Places Worked

The Mercury, Swan Lake, IA
The Journal, Fullerton, NE (1883-1887)
Western Newspaper Union, Denver, CO
Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE

Honors

Board of Trustees, Fullerton, NE
Board of Education, Lincoln, NE (1901)

Associations

Hiram Club
Kiwanis

Bibliography

Driftwood: A Modest Collection of Random Rhymes Written at Odd Times for Odd People. 1895. 2d ed., 1897.
Memories and Other Poems. 1900.
Bix Abroad. 1907.
Bix in America. 1913 or 1914.

Contributed to several magazines and periodicals
He was the author of the "Daily Drift" in the Nebraska State Journal for many years

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