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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Sibley, John Langdon 1804-1885 (search)
Sibley, John Langdon 1804-1885 Librarian; born in Union, Me., Dec. 29, 1804; graduated at Harvard College in 1825; studied theology; retired from the ministry in 1833; and applied himself to literary work in 1833-41. He was then appointed assistant librarian of the Harvard library, and was librarian in 1856-77. He was the author of Index to the writings of George Washington; History of the town of Union, me.; Index to the works of John Adams; Notices of the Triennial and annual cataloguesmself to literary work in 1833-41. He was then appointed assistant librarian of the Harvard library, and was librarian in 1856-77. He was the author of Index to the writings of George Washington; History of the town of Union, me.; Index to the works of John Adams; Notices of the Triennial and annual catalogues of Harvard University, with a reprint of the catalogues of 1674, 1682, and 1700; and Biographical sketches of graduates of Harvard University. He died in Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 9, 1885.
Historic leaves, volume 4, April, 1905 - January, 1906, Personal Experience of a Union Veteran (search)
whole soul cries go. You say go. And does not the providence of God indicate that it is my duty to rally for the strife? Oh, the terrible, the thrice terrible necessity! But it must be met. Yours affectionately, Levi. But there is a long gap between this period and the beginning of my history. In 1833 two notable events occurred. First, the Anti-Slavery Society was born. Then, according to the record—which I have been assured is absolutely correct—a boy was born in the town of Union, Me., Lincoln county (now Knox), adjoining Hope, adjoining Liberty, and in process of time this boy necessarily became, in the main, a hopeful union, Lincoln, liberty-loving, American citizen. On that April day, when a gun-carriage went rumbling past my store, corner Beacon and Tremont streets, bearing the bodies of Ladd and Whitney, killed in Baltimore, I recorded a vow. As soon thereafter as possible, I turned the key on my mercantile business, and on the twenty-first day of October, 1861
aac, 64, 72, 73, 74, 90, 91, 92, 96. Tufts, Joel, 73, 90, 91, 92, 94. Tufts, John, 98, 99. Tufts, Nathan, 2nd., 90. 96, 97, 99. Tufts, Oliver, House, 23. Tufts, P., 72. Tufts, Peter, Jr., 21, 63, 66, 90. Tufts, Samuel, 21, 43, 63, 64. Tufts, Dr., Simon. 85. Tufts, Timothy, 21. 22, 63. Tufts, Timothy, Esq., 64. Turner, Rev., Edward, 90, 91, 94, 96, 97, 98, 99. Turner, Rev. Mr., 69. Twentieth Century Club, 2. Tyler, Jonas, 64. Underwood, J., 72. Underwood, James, 47. Union, Me., 26. Union Square, Somerville, 4, 64. Union Street, 100. United States, 31. Universalism, 2. Universalist General Convention, 2. University Club, 2. Ursuline Convent, 78. Veruna, gunboat, 53. Vinal, Louise A., 4. Vose, Elijah, Jr., 95. Waite, Samuel, 84, 88. Walker, Cornelius, 97. Walker's Dictionary (abridged), 101. Walker, Rev., James, 39, 90, 96, 100. Walker, Timothy, 63. Walker, Timothy, Hon., 66. Walnut Hill, 6, 7. Walnut Street, Somerville, 8, 10.