en. Luther Stephenson of Hingham.
December 16.—The Old State House.
Mr. Charles F. Read of Brookline, clerk of the Bostonian Society.
January 20.—Jamestown and the Jamestown Colony.
Rev. James L. Hill, D. D. of Salem.
February 17.—The First Parish in Medford.
Rev. Henry C. DeLong. March 16.—Annual Meeting.
April 20.—Our first railroad and how it was built.
Illustrated. Mr. Moses W. Mann. May 18.—Old-fashioned Medicinal Remedies.
Charles S. Ensign, Ll.B. of Newton.
Saturday Evening course.
December 7.—Some Pictures of the Far East.
Illustrated. Dr. Walter G. Chase of Boston.
January 4. —Samuel Adams.
Mr. Charles G. Chick, President of the Hyde Park Historical Society. February 1.
(Postponed to February 1.)—Some Brick-makers of Medford.
Mr. George S. Delano. March 7.—A Pupil's Life in Mystic Hall Seminary.
Mrs. Jenny P. Brigham of Brookline.
Miss Helen T. Wild. May 2.—Colonial and Modern Newspapers.
ed April 14, 1879.
Before his majority, Galen James came to Medford and worked for Thatcher Mag to the amount of $1,000.
The same year, Mr. James married and bought a house which he sold latf his creed.
In this time of excitement, Galen James determined to read the Bible and formulate raceful day in the Dorchester meeting-house, Mr. James favored no public demonstration of disagreemr making the request was probably written by Mr. James.
It closed as follows:—
The necessi the name of Mystic, suggested it is said by Mrs. James.
She named it for the river upon which almoonalism, but money was lacking.
Whereupon, Deacon James offered what seemed a large sum in those da-office then, says of him at this time, He (Deacon James) did not attempt to do any editorial work, er was treasurer and Luther Angier, clerk.
Galen James was a shareholder owning five at a par valuort failed.
From 1834 to 1840, inclusive, Mr. James was a member of the school committee.
He wa[28 more...]