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(1856-1895) US author whose Coitlan: A Tale of the Inca World (1893) describes an Incan civilization in Peru at the time of the Spanish conquest; their fate is intertwined with that of a doomed race of tiny humanoids with tails (see Apes as Human; Lost Race). Coitlan is a princess. [JC]
Anson Uriel Hancock
born Fulton County, Ohio: 6 April 1856
died Florida: 7 August 1895
- Coitlan: A Tale of the Inca World (Chicago, Illinois: Donohue, Henneberry and Company, 1893) [in the publisher's Optimist Series: illus/pb/W B Bridge]
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