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January 26

Henry David Thoreau

1848 – Henry David Thoreau, a Transcendentalist, delivered a speech at the Concord Lyceum on Resistance to Civil Government. Read more about Henry David Thoreau.

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John Lowell, Jr.

Lowell, John, Jr. (1799-1836)

Francis Cabot Lowell, John's father, was the founder of cotton manufacturing in the United States. The ... Read More
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Reinhardt, Aurelia Henry (1877-1948)

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Eliot, Abigail Adams (1892-1992)

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John Adams

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