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Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, XVI: the crowning years (search)
n it, By producing one household—a household of Smiths. Fate selected the seed of a Rhode Island Quaker Its wit and its wisdom, its mirth and its pith, And brought all these gifts to a Point—one half acre— And gave to the product the surname of Smith. Though Care killed a cat it cannot hush the Mewses Nor reduce all our joys to monotonous myth; Some gleams of pure fun o'er the earth Fate diffuses,— So cheers, three times three, for the household of Smith! In those first years of the DubSmith! In those first years of the Dublin life, when the shore of the lake was not wholly owned by summer residents and was still the scene of annual town picnics, Colonel Higginson took a cordial part in those festivities, and usually made some address to the throng of young and old. He also spoke at meetings of the Farmers' Grange. Men who were then boys still remember their delight in these talks from a man who had been in the war, who wrote books, and could tell no end of amusing stories. One of these youths, now a college
inchester celebration, 360-62; revisits the South (1878), 362-64; another visit to the South (1904), 364-66; and colored people at Boston, 366-67; visits Gettysburg, 370, 371; summers in Dublin, N. H., 371-76; and Mark Twain, 373, 374; verses for Smith outdoor theatre, 374; and Dublin village life, 374, 375; desires to be Harvard's oldest graduate, 376, 398; interest in students, 376, 377; receives degrees, 377, 378; kindliness of, 378, 379; at polls, 380; death of sister, 381; at Columbus celeeiades, A, 296, 415. Sewall, S. E., 193. Sharp, Professor, account of, 338, 339. Shaw, Robert Gould, Higginson writes verse about monument to, 388. Sims, Thomas, 142; the fugitive slave, 112– 15. Sixty and Six, a poem, 301. Smith, Joseph Lindon, 372; his outdoor theatre, 374. Smith College, influence of Higginson's writings on, 156, 157. Somerset, Lady, Henry, account of, 315. Soule, Silas, gains admission to prison, 198. Spenser, Herbert, account of, 335, 336. Spo