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is contiguous to the western part of Woburn, being a little less than three miles from Woburn meeting house. To reach it the road leads through the middle of West Cambridge, turning to the right as you go by the meeting house of that place. There are about fifteen or twenty families in the district. During the summer this schoodiments of music. The winter term was under William R. Bagnall, with an average of twenty out of twenty-four. The Russell district verges upon the town of West Cambridge, the schoolhouse being about one-half mile from that meeting house. During the summer this school was under Miss Clara Whittemore. Whole number, twenty-fourge in teachers, probably they receive the least benefit of any. The wish is expressed that the Gardner district might unite with Woburn, and the Russell with West Cambridge. The Milk Row school is adjacent to the town of Cambridge. Last summer it was under Miss Burnham, with seventy scholars enrolled, and an average attendance
Historic leaves, volume 5, April, 1906 - January, 1907, Charlestown schools after 1825 (Continued.) (search)
ved from the mayor of Salem to attend a celebration on the occasion of the opening of several new schoolhouses in that city March 1, 1842. It was accepted. There is no reference on the records of the trustees to the important fact that the schools without the Neck, after this year, were lost to Charlestown forever. From the annual report, signed April 19, 1842, we read: The recent division of the town by act of the Legislature, dated February 25, 1842, annexed a part of the town to West Cambridge, and an act dated March 3, 1842, incorporated the town of Somerville. This diminishes the number of schools one grammar, two district, and four primary. According to the last report, the salary paid the seven teachers of these schools was $2,090, and the number of pupils was 294. This series of articles on the history of the schools of Charlestown, from their earliest establishment to the incorporation of Somerville, must now come to a close. The writer cannot expect a work of this
rican Arithmetic, Robinson, 25. American First Class Book, 25, 98. Ames, D., 15. Ames, Philander, 49, 92. Andrews, Hannah, 72. Angier, D., 12. Angier, Ellen P 53. Anne Adams Tufts Chapter, D. A. R., 86. Appalachian Club, 36. Arlington, Mass., 7. Arnold Arboretum, 1, 8. Austin, Hannah S., 92, 96, 99. Austin, N., 13. Austin Street, 20, 22, 93. Ayer, John F., 53. Babcock, A., 13. Bacon, Moses, 82. Bacon, William H., 96. Bagnall, William R., 77, 78, 83. Bailey's AlgebrStreet, 54. Washington Street, Boston, 4, 5. Washington Street, Watertown, 9. Watson, S., 13. Watertown, Mass., 3. Waverley Elm, 8. Waverley Oaks, 1, 8. Wayne, Charlotte, 16, 17. Wayne, Eliza, 16, 17. Weld, Theodore D., 32. West Cambridge, 78, 79, 100. West Cambridge Road School, 48. West Medford, Mass., 9. Wheeler, A., 15. Wheldon, W. W., Esq., 94. Whipple, Ann E., 18, 19, 20, 21, 72, 73. Wbipple, Ann P., 75. Whipple, Benjamin, 18, 19, 20. Whitcomb, I. A., 88. Wh