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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died. 8 0 Browse Search
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Frank Preston Stearns, Cambridge Sketches, Contents. (search)
Contents. The close of the war13 Francis J. Child40 Longfellow55 Lowell83 C. P. Cranch113 T. G. Appleton132 Doctor Holmes142 Frank Bird and the Bird Club162 Sumner180 Chevalier Howe218 The War Governor242 The Colored Regiments262 Emerson's tribute to George L. Stearns279 Elizur W. Right286 Dr. W . T. G. Morton309 Leaves from a Roman Diary332 Centennial Contributions355
Frank Preston Stearns, Cambridge Sketches, Frank W. Bird, and the Bird Club. (search)
ercising any direct influence over them; but Frank Bird's workmen felt that he had a personal intereairs in their own State, and they found that Frank Bird's information was always trustworthy,--for ho represented his district, retired in 1868, Frank Bird became a candidate for the National Legislat day in the train with your father's friend, Frank Bird, and I like him very much. I often see his n board a man-of-war at the Boston Navy-yard. Mr. Bird knew the youth, and was aware that he was verawes had already been secretly formed before Frank Bird was acquainted with Banks's retirement from the field. Bird and Henry L. Pierce were at Plymouth when they first heard of it, about the middle n. No vote ever appears to have been taken. Mr. Bird sat at the head of the table, and if he was llican longer than some of those present, and Frank Bird remarked that he was as good a Republican asut his personal friends, Sumner, Wilson, and Frank Bird himself. In 1872 Emerson said to a member[16 more...]