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Overview Edward Franklin Williams was born in Uxbridge, Massachusetts on July 22, 1832. He graduated from Yale in 1856 after which he spent three years teaching in Connecticut and Massachusetts. He then went to the Princeton Theological Seminary where he graduated in 1861. He was licensed by the Presbytery of New Brunswick in 1861. When the Civil War broke out, Williams joined the Christian Commission where he distributed religious literature, medical aid, and various supplies to Union troops. The...
Overview William Dana Locke was born in Fitzwilliam, NH in 1807, worked as a farmer, and served as superintendent of the Fitzwilliam schools. He died in 1886 in the town of Hillsborough, New Hampshire. This collection includes a book of small book of poems, a set of correspondences, essays and lectures.
- Subject: Lectures and lecturing X