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HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MEDFORD, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT, IN 1630, TO THE PRESENT TIME, 1855. (ed. Charles Brooks) 7 1 Browse Search
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f the citizens of Medford could be made than the choice words he has so fitly and honestly spoken in memory of one and another as they have passed on. Medford was early chosen as a fitting location for many private schools. In 1790 William Channing Woodbridge started a school that at one time numbered ninety-six girls and forty-two boys. He published a Modern School Geography, with atlas; Woodbridge & Willard's Geography, Physical and Political, for the Use of Higher Classes, and edited thWoodbridge & Willard's Geography, Physical and Political, for the Use of Higher Classes, and edited the Annals of Education. Dr. Luther Stearns, father of George L. Stearns, opened a school in 791 that became the leading Academy of the United States, to quote the opinion of the time. Susannah Rowson, famous as the author of Charlotte Temple, Lucy Temple, and Sarah, moved her large school to Medford in 1800, when she wished its girls to have the advantages of a country life. She also wrote a volume of poems and an abridgment of Universal Geography. Dr. John Hosmer, John Angier, A. K. Ha