Henry  Clemens

Henry Clemens (1838 - 1858)

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Henry Clemens
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In June 13, 1858, the Mississippi steamer "Pennsylvania" was destroyed by an explosion. Onboard was Henry Clemens, (brother of Samuel L. Clemens, aka Mark Twain) who died of inhaled stream and severe burns a few days later. Samuel had secured the job on the doomed steamer for Henry.



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