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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2 691 691 Browse Search
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George P. Rowell and Company's American Newspaper Directory, containing accurate lists of all the newspapers and periodicals published in the United States and territories, and the dominion of Canada, and British Colonies of North America., together with a description of the towns and cities in which they are published. (ed. George P. Rowell and company) 218 218 Browse Search
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Horace Greeley, The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-65: its Causes, Incidents, and Results: Intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases with the drift and progress of American opinion respecting human slavery from 1776 to the close of the War for the Union. Volume I. 74 74 Browse Search
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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 56 56 Browse Search
Hon. J. L. M. Curry , LL.D., William Robertson Garrett , A. M. , Ph.D., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 1.1, Legal Justification of the South in secession, The South as a factor in the territorial expansion of the United States (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 54 54 Browse Search
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Bridge, near the house of Royal Makepeace. Ibid., III. 514. This portion of the turnpike was also laid out as a public highway in May, 1829, and it is now known as Broadway. Hampshire Street was the easterly end of the Middlesex Turnpike, whose charter was granted June 15, 1805; Mass. Spec. Laws., III. 611. so much of that turnpike as was situated in Cambridge became a public highway in September, 1842. All these, as well as Webster Avenue (which was opened before 1809, and was until 1860 called Medford Street), were constructed as avenues to West Boston Bridge, without material aid or opposition from the town. The turnpikes were made at the expense of their stockholders and others interested in West Boston Bridge and Cambridgeport lands; and Webster Avenue, by the parties specially interested, and at their own expense. But when Andrew Craigie had completed his purchase of the Lechmere or Phips estate, and was ready to bring it into the market by building Canal Bridge to c
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 16: ecclesiastical History. (search)
untington, A. C. 1842, D. D. 1855, from 1855 to 1860. Rev. Andrew P. Peabody, H. C. 1826, D. D. 1852, Ll. D. Roch. U. 1863, from 1860 to the present time. first Baptist.—The First Baptist Churccond edition, and published the first volume in 1860; but the completion of the second volume was powed on him the degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1860. Rev. Samuel P. Skinner commenced preaching Merrill. 1857, 1858,Rev. George Bowler. 1859, 1860,Rev. Moses A. Howe. Died 27 Jan. 1861. 1861, was reelected to the same office in 1847, 1853, 1860, and 1861. He was succeeded in the ministry byd March 22, 1864. Rev. Nathaniel Mighill, A. C. 1860, was ordained Sept. 29, 1864, and resigned Septm Page. 1859,Goodrich M. Dayton,Asa P. Morse. 1860,Goodrich M. Dayton,Francis Dana, M. D. 1861,As8,Rev. Isaac Smith. Died 16 July, 1860. 1859, 1860,Rev. Gilbert Haven, W. U. 1846. Elected Bishops anticipated. Rev. George R. Leavitt, W. C. 1860, was installed as pastor of the Chapel Church, [3 more...]
To Cambridge rightfully belongs the honor of organizing the first company of militia in the United States, which was enlisted expressly for the defence of the government in the War of the Rebellion, 1861. Soon after the Presidential election in 1860, many who carefully watched the signs of the times were confident that the Southern States would soon be in open rebellion, and that the national government could only be preserved by force of arms. Among those who foresaw the peril and did not shat, During the War, Cambridge furnished to the army of the United States four thousand one hundred and thirty-five men, and to the navy four hundred and fifty-three men. This was about one sixth part of the entire population, which was 26,060 in 1860, and 29,112 in 1865. Cambridge not only furnished a full share of soldiers, but was active in relieving the distress occasioned by the war. A subscription was commenced in July, 1862, which amounted to more than $30,000, for the benefit of sold
crease of population and wealth, and the much larger increase of taxation and debt. Population. according to the United States census, except 1765, 1776, 1865, and 1875, which are according to the State census, and 1845, which was taken by the Assessors in that year. 1765,1,571. 1776,1,586. 1790,2,115. 1800,2,453. 1810,2,323. Between 1800 and 1810, West Cambridge and Brighton were separated from Cambridge. 1820,3,295. 1830,6,072. 1840,8,409. 1845,12,490. 1850,15,215. 1860,26,060. 1865,29,112. 1870,39,634. 1875,47,838. Polls.Valuation.Rate per $1,000.City Tax.City Debt. 18463,224$9,312,481$5.00$46,122.59$22,000.00 18473,3879,806,5395.4052,760.0843,861.27 18483,63910,476,2305.5055,967.5351,661.27 18493,72010,667,2726.3064,964.7963,661.27 18503,43611,469,6186.3068,809.1691,661.27 18514,01012,392,4406.3073,478.70116,780.27 18524,04413,175,2577.5094,252.19134,800.00 18534,29813,599,3606.5082,522.26147,903.68 18544,64815,437,1007.10108,604.53146,600.
J. M. S. Williams, 1859. Stephen T. Farwell, 1860. John C. Dodge, 1862. Knowlton S. Chaffee, 18cis L. Chapman, 1860-1861. George W. McLellan, 1860, 1861. Anson Hooker, 1861, 1862. Charles Berd T. Whitney, 1856-1858. John B. Atwill, 1857-1860. James G. Hovey, 1857. John Remick, Electerrage, 1859, 1860. Francis L. Chapman, 1859, 1860, 1864-1866. Alex. Dickinson, 1859, 1860. D1860. David Ellis, 1859, 1860. Michael C. Kenney, 1859. Lewis Hall, 1860. Samuel Slocomb, 1860, 1861 Albert Vinal, 1860, 1861. Andrew S. Waitt, 1860. Levi L. Cushing, Jr., 1861, 1862. Curtis Dgustus Russ, 1859. Charles T. Russell, 1859, 1860. Israel Tibbetts, 1859, 1860, 1867. Joseph 1860, 1867. Joseph V. Wellington, 1859, 1860. Henry Whitney, Jr., 1859, 1861. George L. Cade, 1860, 1864. Henry M.1860. Henry Whitney, Jr., 1859, 1861. George L. Cade, 1860, 1864. Henry M. Chamberlain, 1860, 1861. Eben M. Dunbar, 1860, 1862. John C. Farnham, 1860, 1861. Watson B. Hast1860, 1864. Henry M. Chamberlain, 1860, 1861. Eben M. Dunbar, 1860, 1862. John C. Farnham, 1860, 1861. Watson B. Hastings, 1860, 1869. James Jelly, 1860, 1861, 1863. John H. Leighton, 1860. James Mellen, 1860, 18[26 more...]
Bird, b. 23 Sept. 1809, printer, res. in India, and was long under the auspices of the Baptist Missionary Union; he m. Abigail S. Thayer 10 June 1832, and (2d) Sarah, dau. of Deac. William Brown and wid. of Dr. John W. Valentine, 1842; she d. here 2 July 1868; Martha Ward, b. 20 Oct. 1811, d. unm. 11 Oct. 1867; Joanna Bird, b. 24 Ap. 1814, m.——, d. Samuel the f. was a chaise maker, and in later life a pump maker; he res. on the southeast corner of Magazine and Auburn streets, and d. 13 Ap. 1860; his w. Ann d. 2 May 1864. a. 78. 12. Torrey, s. of Torrey (9), m. Olive Orcutt 28 Feb. 1805; she d. 11 Oct. 1809, aged 34, and he m. Isabella Rice of Wayland 5 June 1811, who was bur. 29 May 1838, aged 48. His chil. were Ann Elizabeth, b. 8 June 1807, m. John Dolbeare of New York 19 July 1813; Sarah, b. 16 Sept. 1809, m. Josiah W. Cook 1 Oct. 1829; Mary Torrey, b. 10 June 1812, m. Jonas Wyeth 2d, 1 Jan. 1833; Isabella, b. 28 July 1815, m. Shepard R. Laughton of Pittsford, Me., 11 Aug. 18
Bird, b. 23 Sept. 1809, printer, res. in India, and was long under the auspices of the Baptist Missionary Union; he m. Abigail S. Thayer 10 June 1832, and (2d) Sarah, dau. of Deac. William Brown and wid. of Dr. John W. Valentine, 1842; she d. here 2 July 1868; Martha Ward, b. 20 Oct. 1811, d. unm. 11 Oct. 1867; Joanna Bird, b. 24 Ap. 1814, m.——, d. Samuel the f. was a chaise maker, and in later life a pump maker; he res. on the southeast corner of Magazine and Auburn streets, and d. 13 Ap. 1860; his w. Ann d. 2 May 1864. a. 78. 12. Torrey, s. of Torrey (9), m. Olive Orcutt 28 Feb. 1805; she d. 11 Oct. 1809, aged 34, and he m. Isabella Rice of Wayland 5 June 1811, who was bur. 29 May 1838, aged 48. His chil. were Ann Elizabeth, b. 8 June 1807, m. John Dolbeare of New York 19 July 1813; Sarah, b. 16 Sept. 1809, m. Josiah W. Cook 1 Oct. 1829; Mary Torrey, b. 10 June 1812, m. Jonas Wyeth 2d, 1 Jan. 1833; Isabella, b. 28 July 1815, m. Shepard R. Laughton of Pittsford, Me., 11 Aug. 18
Erata Page 5, line 30, for 1837 read 1807. Page 6, note 1, for 45, 46 read 38, 39. Page 12, note 1 ,for 84, read 85. Page 20, note 2, for XV. read XIV. Page 32, line 26, to Abraham Morrill add8 Page 32, line 30, to Garrad Haddon add 8 Page 35, line 27, for 1836 read 1636. Page 44, note 7, for Boardman read Bordman. Page 143, note 1 ,for Barnard read Bernard. Page 168, note 11, dele Page 214, line 25, for Bordman read Boardman. Page 263, line 4, for Bobbins read Robbins. page 292, line 46, for Boardman read Bordman. page 316, line 3, for 1860 read 1858. page 438, line 1, for O'Hara read O'Hare. Page 526, line 2, after his read second. page 532, line 7 from bottom, dele John. Page 569, line 25, for Abbot read Abbott. Page, 52, line 43, for 1739 read young.