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Page 21 - His early education was obtained in the public schools of his native city, supplemented by a college education at the old Western Reserve College at Hudson, Ohio.
Page 233 - His early education was obtained in the schools of his native town, and from family tutors.
Page xxiii - ... public positions he held, Governor Crapo showed himself a capable, discreet, vigilant, and industrious officer. He evinced wonderful vigor in mastering details, and always wrote and spoke intelligently on any subject to which he gave his attention. Michigan never before had a Governor who devoted as much personal attention and painstaking labor to her public duties as he did. His industry was literally amazing.
Page 49 - Masonic affairs his interest is equally deep in military organizations, and he is a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston.