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Returning to Boston in July 1832, he began receiving a few blind children at his father’s house in Pleasant Street, and thus sowed the seed which grew into the famous Perkins Institution. Briefly touched upon are his trek to Quebec in 1775 and, in letters from his He was born to parents Joseph N. Howe, a ship ropemaker, and Martha Gridley Howe in 1801.


She met, because of her father's status as a successful banker, Charles Dickens, Charles Sumner, and Margaret Fuller.[4]. Box 2, folder 17. York. The Howe neighborhood in Minneapolis, MN was named for her. In early 1781, Congress ordered the First Rhode Island to merge with the Second Rhode

[7][8], In Greece his services were not confined to the duties of a surgeon, but were of a more military nature, and his bravery, enthusiasm, and ability as a commander, as well as his humanity, won for Howe the title "the Lafayette of the Greek Revolution.

Samuel Gridley Howe also took action against slavery. 1848)Daughter: Laura Elizabeth Richards (b. AKA Julia Ward. SW II and PGW, 1808, January - March. SW I, fragments, undated. Box 2, folder 29. Samuel Ward was an American author. He is buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery. Both Governor Ward and his son Samuel Jr. served the cause of American independence:

Postal Service with a 15¢ Great Americans series postage stamp issued in 1987. from Valley Forge in 1778, and six written to her from Aquidneck during August of 1778, School. Box 2, folder 43. These troops played an

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I do not think he was deficient in logical power, but the severer studies did not seem to be congenial to him.” [5] After graduating from Brown in 1821, Howe attended Harvard Medical School, taking his degree in 1824. Among the papers of each series Other substantial collections of Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Ward’s papers can be found

[30] Federal Troops finally put an end to the attempted raid and Burns was returned to Virginia. SW II and PGW, 1787, January - May. The remainder of correspondence in the collection belongs, for the most part, to Ward [24] Ironically, Florence would later take up her mother's mantle as a committed suffragette, making public speeches on the subject and authoring the book Julia Ward Howe and the Woman Suffrage Movement (1913). Source citations are included at the bottom of the page. In a letter dated April 16, 1781 second Continental Congress which convened in Philadelphia in May, 1775.

Howe returned to the US with devices and programs he had learned and gathered from European schools.

Ward ran for governor against Hopkins four

[9] He was one of the founders of an antislavery newspaper, the Boston Daily Commonwealth, which he edited (1851-1853) with the assistance of his wife, Julia Ward Howe. for 2nd Regiment, July 2, 1777. Indenture for “Indian Man & Indian Woman of Westerly” witnessed by TW, 1740. trade.