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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., History of the Medford High School. (search)
nam, of Boston, was employed to meet all the teachers at the High Schoolhouse for a series of practical lessons which should qualify them to instruct their own pupils. The High School alone was honored with a special instructor of the art from that time, and the succession has been as follows:— Miss Frances C. Saxe, from September 1, 1873, to June 1, 1878. Miss Isabel Webster, from September 1, 1878, to July 1, 1881. Henry W. Poor, from September 1, 1881, to October 1, 1885. Wallace Bryant, from October 1, 1885, to July 1, 1809. Miss George L. Norton, from October 1, 1889, to June 30, 1891. Miss Louise MacLeod, from September 14, 1891. Miscellaneous. Prior to 1868, the course of study embraced a period of four years. At that date it was reduced to three years, and so remained till 1887, when it was so modified that students could choose between a course of three and one of four years. Candidates for college have been accustomed to take a postgraduate course o
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., Old ships and ship-building days of Medford. (search)
f Medford-built ships are italicized. WAR was declared with Great Britain on June 18, 1812. American vessels were allowed to trade with Europe as usual, although not with Great Britain. Many of them carried supplies which were directed to Spanish ports for use by the British armies against our allies, the French. The Ariadne Ariadne. See Chapter II. is reported as taking a cargo of provisions to Cadiz under British license after obtaining informal permission of the Attorney General Bryant and Sturgis, M. S., Vol. 1811, p. 122. and the Secretary of the Treasury. Congress permitted this trade until the crops of 1812 had been marketed. Morison. Maritime History of Massachusetts. The ship Medford is reported as follows: Boston Tue. Apr. 30, 1813 ar. ship Medford, Capt'n Hall, Cadiz 42 days. Spoke nothing. Sunday at 3 P. M. Cape Cod, was boarded from the privateer brig Sir John Sherbrook detained a few hours and permitted to proceed. A number of persons captured in a pre
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., Old ships and ship-building days of Medford. (search)
awaii for sandal-wood. The History of Medford says they were taken apart and sent out in the Thaddeus, but this is probably incorrect, as Morison in an article on the Hawaiian trade gives reliable evidence that they were sailed round. Morison. Boston Traders in Hawaiian Islands. Mass. Hist. Proc. Vol. 54, p. 29. The Jones was renamed the Inore. Among the Medford-built vessels engaged in the northwest and China trade at this period were the Arab, Louise, Pedlar, Lascar and Triton. Bryant and Sturgis sent the Sachem round to California for a load of hides. This was the beginning of a trade which grew to large proportions and which ten or fifteen years later was described so vividly by R. H. Dana in that masterpiece,Two Years Before the Mast. The brig Pilgrim in which he went out was built in Medford and the ship California which they helped to load was also. Dana gives the following description of her:— She was a good substantial ship, not quite so long as the Alert, w