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" Bryant was reared to adult age under the conditions and influences of "the old homestead farm and his early educational advantages were those afforded in the common schools of the locality and period, He... "
Memoirs of Lenawee county - Page 210
1909
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DELAND'S HISTORY OF JACKSON COUNTY,MICHIGAN

COLONEL CHARLES V.DELAND - 1903
...sterling pioneers, and here he was reared to maturity, receiving such educational advantages as were afforded in the common schools of the locality and period. He continued to be actively identified with agricultural pursuits until the close of his life, also doing a profitable...
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Genealogical and Family History of the State of Vermont: A Record ..., Volume 1

Hiram Carleton - Vermont - 1903
...the old homestead farm where his birth occurred, and his early educational discipline was such as was afforded in the common schools of the locality and period. He continued to remain at the parental home until the death of his father, shortly after which, when sixteen years...
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BIOGRAPHICAL ILLSTORY OF NORTHERN MICHIGAN

1905
...homestead farm in Chemung county, New York, and his early educational advantages were such as were afforded in the common schools of the locality and period. He continued to reside in his native county until he removed to Wisconsin, locating in Manitowoc county, where he was...
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Mississippi: Contemporary biography

Dunbar Rowland - Mississippi - 1907
...living. Nelson P. Bonney passed his boyhood days in the strenuous and turbulent era of the Civil war, and his early educational advantages were those afforded in the common schools of Mississippi, while he duly profited by the further privileges afforded in a home of genuine culture...
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HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY

1908
...the Union. John F. Antisdel was about six years of age at the time of the family removal to Michigan, and his early educational advantages were those afforded...in the common schools of the locality and period. Before he had attained to years of maturity his father died, and as he was the eldest son in the family...
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History of the Western Reserve, Volume 2

Harriet Taylor Upton, Harry Gardner Cutler - Western Reserve - 1910
...T. Cowles was reared to manhood on the fine old homestead farm in Chardon township, Geauga county, and his early educational advantages were those afforded...locality and period. He continued to be associated in the work and management of the homestead mentioned until he was thirty-one years of age. and in...
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History of the Western Reserve, Volume 3

Harriet Taylor Upton, Harry Gardner Cutler - Western Reserve - 1910
...reared to manhood under the conditions and influences of the pioneer epoch in what is now Lake county, and his early educational advantages were those afforded...in the common schools of the locality and period. His father met with financial reverses and he was thus thrown largely upon his own resources when a...
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History of the Western Reserve, Volume 2

Harriet Taylor Upton, Harry Gardner Cutler - Western Reserve - 1910
...passed his boyhood and early youth on the home farm, to whose work he contributed his quota of aid, and his early educational advantages were those afforded in the common schools of the middle pioneer era in Portage county. At the age of sixteen years he went to Oil City, Pennsylvania,...
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A history of the northern peninsula of michigan and its people

Alvah L. Sawyer - 1911
...school house in Ozaukee county, Wisconsin, where he received instruction in both English and German. He continued to be associated with the work of the home farm until he was eighteen years of age, when he began working in the lumber camps of Delta county, Michigan....
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History of Detroit: A Chronicle of Its Progress, Its Industries ..., Volume 2

Paul Leake - Detroit (Mich.) - 1912 - 842 pages
...living. Dr. Bryant was reared to adult age under the conditions and influences of the old homestead farm and his early educational advantages were those afforded...the common schools of the locality and period. He was about seventeen years of age at the time of the death of his f honored father, and shortly afterward...
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