Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Miss Chase” in chapter 12, section c.12.4, page 50 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11.:

...ivate day school in West Medford, kept by an English family named Wood—a mother and two daughters— and also one in Medford, in the basement of the engine house of Jackson No. 2, kept by a Miss Chase . There were already on the Smith estate two buildings suitable for school purposes, and, the town of Medford having built a new almshouse on Purchase street, the old one fronting on Canal street,...

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