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" The subject of this memoir was their only child and was afforded the advantages of the public schools of his native city, as well as those of the Detroit Business College. "
A History of the State of Oklahoma - Page 206
by Luther B. Hill - 1910
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Historical and Biographical Work: Or, Past and Present of Clinton County [Pa ...

J. Milton Furey - Clinton County (Pa.) - 1892 - 417 pages
...AM, Ph. D., was born in Lancaster county, Pa., March 28th, 1840. His early education was received in the public schools of his native county. At the age of sixteen years he entered the State Normal school at Millersville, Pa., and graduated in the scientific course in 1860....
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History of Washington: The Evergreen State, from Early Dawn to ..., Volume 1

Julian Hawthorne, George Douglas Brewerton - Washington (State) - 1893
...born in Wayne County, Mich., December 29th, 1852. He was reared on a farm, and attended the district schools of his native county. At the age of sixteen years he left home and went to the Sagiuaw Valley, Mich., where he worked in the logging camps during the winters...
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History of the Western Reserve, Volume 2

Harriet Taylor Upton, Harry Gardner Cutler - Western Reserve - 1910
...experiences in connection with the practical duties of life were those incidental to the work of the farm. He was afforded the advantages of the public schools of his native county, and after leaving the same he was employed for seven years on what is now the Missouri, Kansas & Texas...
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History of Morrow County, Ohio: A Narrative Account of Its ..., Volume 2

Abraham J. Baughman, Robert Franklin Bartlett - Morrow County (Ohio) - 1911
...Crawford county, Ohio. Finley H. was the first in order of birth in a family of eight children and he was afforded the advantages of the public schools of his native county, being graduated in the New Washington high school in 1887. He was matriculated in the Ohio Northern...
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A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians: The Leaders and ..., Volume 3

E. Polk Johnson - Kentucky - 1912
...deceased. John Arnold Hall, the immediate subject of this review, was reared to the sturdy discipline of the home farm and was afforded the advantages of the public schools of Independence. He continued to be actively identified with agricultural pursuits until he attained to...
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A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians: The Leaders and ..., Volume 3

E. Polk Johnson, Lewis Publishing Company - Kentucky - 1912
...number Dr. Horace T. was the first born. Dr. Horace T. Rivers, the immediate subject of this sketch, was afforded the advantages of the public schools of his native county and after his parents' removal to Paducah he was graduated in the local high school, after which he...
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History of Detroit: A Chronicle of Its Progress, Its Industries ..., Volume 2

Paul Leake - Detroit (Mich.) - 1912 - 842 pages
...city until their death, when well advanced in years. The subject of this memoir was their only child and was afforded the advantages of the public schools of his native city, as well as those of the Detroit Business College. As a young man he became a traveling salesman...
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HISTORY OF DETROIT

PAUL LEAKE - 1912
...city until their death, when well advanced in years. The subject of this memoir was their only child and was afforded the advantages of the public schools of his native city, as well as those of the Detroit Business College. As a young man he became a traveling salesman...
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History of Detroit: A Chronicle of Its Progress, Its Industries ..., Volume 2

Paul Leake - Detroit (Mich.) - 1912 - 842 pages
...father became a prosperous farmer and where he commanded unqualified confidence and esteem. Mr. Blair was afforded the advantages of the public schools of his native county, including those of the high school at Birmingham, and his initial experience in the banking business...
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