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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Chapter 2: the Worcester period (search)
o Mr. Blackwell had occurred recently, and Mr. Higginson was the officiating clergyman. He describy, saying, with an air of love and pride,. Mr. Higginson, this is my mother, my own mother, and theved in it In September of the same year Higginson reports, in a letter to a friend, that his s held in Boston, January, 1870, at which Colonel Higginson gave some reminiscences of the fugitive-vilization to men. Many years later, Colonel Higginson wrote of Wendell Phillips: That which ree entered the city.) About the same time Higginson reports lecturing at Nantucket: I had er refers to a rising young author in whom Mr. Higginson took great interest: Do you remember was to get a bouquet of flowers for Mary [Mrs. Higginson], which was a pleasant thing. She is alwandly brought the editor some letters which Mr. Higginson had written to her at various times afterctly impartial. Apropos of the Atlantic, Higginson wrote his mother in July, 1861: You as[13 more...]
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Chapter army life and camp drill (search)
Stephen Perkins, a cousin and pupil as a boy of Mr. Higginson's, was killed at the battle of Cedar Mountain, Ased and conducted into the Union lines. After Mr. Higginson had given up his project of recruiting a regimenwere changed by General Saxton's proposal that Captain Higginson should take command of a South Carolina regime iron. A few days in South Carolina convinced Higginson that no pro-Slavery influence was apt to destroy G After taking command of the colored regiment, Colonel Higginson wrote from the South: Speaking of Sprague the big battles. The following extracts from Colonel Higginson's letters and journals were written, for the mhased both those articles. January 23 saw Colonel Higginson in command of three vessels, bound on a foragi of unspeakable value to me. Three years before Higginson had written of Montgomery: Montgomery in Kansase all taken, with their horses and arms. Later Higginson wrote of the wounded officer: The lieutenant