Skip to main content

Jonathan Daniels

A native of North Carolina and one of America’s eminent journalists, Jonathan Worth Daniels is the editor of the Raleigh News and Observer. Toward the end of World War II he served as administrative assistant to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He is the author of many books, the most recent of which is The Devil’s Backbone , a history of the Natchez Trace, published by McGraw-Hill.

Articles by this Author

World-famous as medical curiosities, the original Siamese twins married, brought up families, and, as American citi'/ens, became prosperous planters in the Old South