The Normal Register: A History of the First Vermont State Normal School, Its Instructors and Alumni

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Argus and Patriot Steam Job Print, 1885 - 82 pages

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Page 64 - He was a graduate of the district schools, of the Randolph Normal in 1870, of the Vermont Conference Seminary, at Montpelier, in 1874, and of Dartmouth College in 1878...
Page 5 - Rev. Azariah Hyde, Rev. Constantine Blodgett, for fifty years pastor of the First Congregational Church of Pawtucket, RI, Amos Dean, Esq., a celebrated attorney, and principal of the Albany Law School, Gov.
Page 22 - Read law. and is now engaged in the practice of his profession, at Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minn.
Page 42 - 79 ; he spent the two following years in the State, making a fine collection of fossils, and regaining health and strength. In August...
Page 3 - Where it has been possible for me to do so, I have...
Page 5 - The Randolph Academy, or Orange County Grammar School, was established in 1806 in the building now occupied as a dwelling house by Franklin Doten.
Page 5 - Mr. Willard, and doubtless others. Next preceding Mr. Conant was Mr. Fisher.
Page 32 - Taught eight terms. Graduated from the Law Department of the University of Iowa, in 1880, and commenced the practice of his profession in Humboldt, la., where he still remains.

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