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  • Volume XXIV Worcester (Massachusetts) 1840741Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XXIV — Worcester (Massachusetts) WORCESTER, a city and
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  • Encyclopedia Worcester (Massachusetts) 1841844Collier's New Encyclopedia — Worcester (Massachusetts) WORCESTER, a city of Massachusetts, one of the
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  • Everett Hale 1902.jpg18221909Pastor of the church of the Unity, Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1846-1856, and of the South Congregational (Unitarian) church
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  • Encyclopædia Worcester (Massachusetts) 2002101The New International Encyclopædia — Worcester (Massachusetts) WORCESTER. The second city of Massachusetts, and
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  • Worcester (Massachusetts) 1837816The American Cyclopædia — Worcester (Massachusetts) WORCESTER, a city and one of the shire towns of Worcester co
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  • Britannica, Volume 28 Worcester (Massachusetts) 5861311911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 28 — Worcester (Massachusetts) WORCESTER, a city and the county-seat
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  • Two-Shoes (page scan index) The History of Little Goody Two-shoes. Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, 1787 Goody Two-Shoes (1881), reprint of a 1766
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  • English Alphabet, by Way of Diversion. The First Worcester Edition. printed at Worcester, Massachusetts. By Isaiah Thomas, And sold, Wholesale and Retail
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  • Educator, born at Milton, Vermont, 17 December, 1808; died in Worcester, Massachusetts, 28 May, 1876. He was graduated at the University of Vermont in
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  • January 1858. He was educated at the Worcester (Massachusetts) Institute of Technology, and at the Massachusetts Normal Art School, and in 1885-1890 he
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  • (1914) Worcester, Mass. 1840776The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Worcester, Mass. Worcester, Mass., one of the county-seats of Worcester County
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  • International Encyclopædia Worcester, Dean Conant 2002106The New International Encyclopædia — Worcester, Dean Conant WORCESTER, Dean Conant (1866—).
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  • Cyclopædia Worcester (counties) 1837800The American Cyclopædia — Worcester (counties) WORCESTER. I. A central county of Massachusetts, bounded N
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  • Bassett Worcester, Earls and Marquesses of Worcester, John Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester, William Worcester (South Africa) Worcester (England) Worcester (Massachusetts)
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  • Eccleston 26 July, 1846. He was President of Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, from 1854-57, which he rebuilt after its destruction by fire.
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  • "Paul Peppergrass", born in Donegal, Ireland, in 1810, died in Worcester, Massachusetts, 2 January, 1864. His father was respectable and wealthy citizen
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  • at Worcester, Massachusetts. He erected the church of Our Lady of the Isle at Newport, Rhode Island. In 1840, while pastor of the church at Worcester, he
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  • special tribute to Stanley Kunitz, who was born in my hometown in Worcester, Massachusetts. Stanley Kunitz is an outstanding poet who began his career in
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  • attending the local schools, he was sent to Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1863, and closed his academic career there in June, 1867. He
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