Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lancaster, Massachusetts” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 10.:

...ormly the second place is assigned to Massachusetts. There is one name that stands out above all others in the early years of the educational revival, that is, prior to 1837, James G. Carter of Lancaster, Massachusetts . A Harvard graduate of 1820, a teacher by profession, a clear, strong thinker, and a forcible writer, he began as early as 1824 to publish to the world his thoughts on the Principles of Instruction...
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