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No. 18,— appointed March 13, to succeed Miss Sylvester, who was transferred to the Warren school; Miss Elizabeth P. Whittredge, at No. 19; Miss Sarah M. Burnham, at No. 20; Miss Elizabeth A. Caverno, at the Russell district.
According to the annual report, she was succeeded for the winter term by Levi Russell, but by Philemon R. Russell, Jr., according to the records.
Miss Charlotte Reynolds taught in the Gardner district.
She was succeeded by a male teacher, to begin the first Monday in December, and continue four months. A. O. Lindsey, a pupil teacher of the Harvard school, was asked to take the position, at $30 per month.
Only a few references to teachers within the peninsula are noted.
Lewis B. Munro and John A. Sanborn are made pupil teachers at the Winthrop school, with a salary of $50 each.
Lydia W. Locke, of primary school No. 16 is succeeded August 30 by Hannah S. Austin.
Previous to this date, Jane M. Burckes, a primary teacher, is mentioned, and later in the year Char