Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Edmund Dwight” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 10.:
...intment was unexpected to him and to others, for Mr. Brooks and others who knew and appreciated what James G. Carter had been doing for fourteen years, advocated his appointment.
It is thought that Edmund Dwight , of whom we shall hear more presently, was responsible for Mann's appointment.
There has never been any question that whoever it was that secured the appointment of Horace Mann to this important of...
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