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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904 13 1 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 12 0 Browse Search
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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Literary men and women of Somerville. (search)
s in a measure itself constituting its own end. Among the literary men of Somerville, General Douglas Frazar combines the distinction of being both man of affairs and author. His family goes back ford through his mother, and to John Alden through his father. Although prepared for Harvard, Mr. Frazar chose to go to sea. His father's desire took him to Paris to study the French language, and th's Companion and Harper's, not to speak in detail of his several lectures and translations. Mr. Frazar's first book was on Practical Boat Sailing. The value of this standard treatise is proved by The Log of the Maryland (1890), in the guise of fiction, is in effect an account of one of Captain Frazar's own voyages. The routine and adventures of a long ocean journey are faithfully told. The-fight with Chinese pirates, with which the story closes, bristles with excitement. Perhaps Mr. Frazar's books are as remarkable for their varied knowledge as for any one quality, though they are i
Richard, Jr.40 Foster, William40 Fowle, Eliza6 Foye, William15 Foxcroft, Thomas27 Francis I. of France10 Franklin, Benjamin99 Franklin Grammar School, Somerville4 Franklin, Mass.103 Franklin, Statue of13 Franklin Street, Somerville44 Frazar, General Douglas2 Frazar, General Douglas, Works of3 Free School, Charlestown37 Free Schools, Charlestown, Grant in Aid of35 French Church in Boston, The13 French and Indian Wars, The88 Frigate Nonsuch65 Frost, Mrs., House of47 FrothinFrazar, General Douglas, Works of3 Free School, Charlestown37 Free Schools, Charlestown, Grant in Aid of35 French Church in Boston, The13 French and Indian Wars, The88 Frigate Nonsuch65 Frost, Mrs., House of47 Frothingham, Historian18,19, 36, 38, 41, 63 Frothingham's History of Charlestown16, 36, 87, 38 Frothingham, Nathaniel36 Frothingham, Richard, Jr.97 Frothingham, Samuel36 Furber, Hon. William H.100 Galletly Rope-Walk, The44 Gage, General79 Gardner, Col.94, 96 Garrison, William Lloyd104 Garton, Rev. J. Vanor76 Geary, Captain Benjamin64 General Court of Massachusetts, The41, 52 General Court of Mass. Colony, The19 Geneva10 George III.79 Gerrish, Colonel94 Gilman, Charles E., Town Clerk,