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William Alexander Linn, Horace Greeley Founder and Editor of The New York Tribune, Chapter
: his early years and 1 first employment as a compositor (search)
Chapter 5: at Westhaven, Vermont. Description of the country clearing up land all the
before he could work in it to advantage.
At Westhaven, Horace passed the next five years of his li which the present chapter is devoted.
At Westhaven, Mr. Greeley, as they say in the country, to ssing.
He went to school three winters in Westhaven, but not to any great advantage.
He had alr in three of Horace Greeley.
His cronies at Westhaven seem to have been those who were fond of dra y tales and romances as he could borrow.
At Westhaven, as at Amherst, he roamed far and wide in se uicken!
The incidents in Horace's life at Westhaven were few, and of the few that did occur, sev hly interesting.
That part of the town of Westhaven was, thirty years ago, a desperate place for life rendered possible.
There was not in Westhaven one individual who was known to be a dissen n form little idea.
Horace's last year in Westhaven (1825) wore slowly away.
He —had exhausted [9 more...]