Question: What is the cultural significance of Joseph Holt Ingraham?

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Author of "The Prince of the House of David," born at Portland, Maine; after some years spent at sea, became a teacher of languages in Mississippi, and was ordained Episcopal clergyman in 1855; prior to his ordination he wrote stories of adventure, "Captain Kyd," etc., but subsequently confined himself to biblical subjects. Lived 1809--1860.
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