Governor Dummer Academy History, 1763-1963

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INDEX
(This Index does not include reference to listings in Appendix)
Abbot, Rev. Abiel, 41-42, 66
Abbot, Benjamin, 46
Abbot, Rev. Jacob, 39
Abbot, Joseph Hale, 23
Abenake Nation,9
Academy building, the (see Schoolhouse, Parsons)
Act of Incorporation,20,22,25,31, 36,39
Adams, Charles Francis,49
Adams, Colonel Daniel,76,136
Adams, Gibbins,63,64
Adams, Frederic A.,59-62,136
Adams, George W.,136
Adams, John ( Headmaster of Phillips Academy, Andover),46
Adams, John ( U. S. President), XIII
Adams, John (Trustee),136
Adams, John Quincy ( U. S. President), XIV,23,25
Adams, Samuel,42-46,47,65,70, 136
Adelynrood retreat,92,110,126
Agricultural department (projected), 47-48,51
Albee, Solon,71,73
Allen, Dr. Arthur W.,161
Allen, Benjamin,39-41,68,70
Alumni Bulletin,153,157,164,165
Alumni Day,144,153
Alumni Fund, Governor Dummer, 153,159,
Alumni Memorial Gymnasium,55, 127,149-152,159,171
Alumni Representatives (to the Board),153
Ambrose, Carrie Knight,76,77,140, 142
Ambrose, Frank M.,142
Ambrose, Fred Marden,95,97,99, 117
Ambrose House,36,142,144
Ambrose Prize Speaking Contest, 126
Amen, Harlan P.,106
Amesbury,98,103
Amherst College,67,71,124,125, 136,141,150,158,161,166
Anderson, Martha,94
Andover Academy (see Phillips Academy, Andover)
Andover Interscholastic Track Meet, 154
Andover Theological Seminary, XV, 65
Andrews, Rev. John,32,45,51,52, 53
Anna Jaques Hospital,166
Anne, Queen,6
" Annex," the (see Girl Students at Dummer)
Appeals (see Fund-raising)
The Archon,68,74,91,93,102, 103,107,108,113,114,116, 119,121,123,124,127,129, 130,132,143,149,155,166, 170
Athletics (see also under individual sports),99,132-133,135,145, 154
Athletic Association, Dummer,97
Athletic Director,116,133
Athletics, faculty participation in,98
Atwater, Anna,6
Baccalaureate,126
Bailey, Madame,69
Baldpate Inn, 114
Barbary Pirates, XIV,21
Barn, the Big,35-36,111
Barriskill, James M., VII-VIII

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword V
  • Preface VII
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS IX
  • List of Illustrations XI
  • PROLOGUE XIII
  • Chapter I - The Dummer Family in America 3
  • Chapter II - Master Moody 13
  • Chapter III - Isaac Smith 28
  • Chapter IV - Allen, Abbot, and Adams 39
  • Chapter V - Nehemiah Cleaveland 47
  • Chapter VI - F. A. Adams, Durant, and Chute 58
  • Chapter VII - Henshaw, Albee, John S. Parsons, and Foster 66
  • Chapter VIII - Stanton, Ebenezer Greenleaf Parsons, and Perkins 73
  • Chapter IX - Perley Leonard Horne 84
  • Chapter X - Sprague, Ryther, and Ingham 91
  • Chapter XI - Charles S. Ingham 107
  • Chapter XII - Edward W. Eames 119
  • Chapter XIII - Edward W. Eames 138
  • Chapter XIV - Edward W. Eames 151
  • EPILOGUE 168
  • THE APPENDIX 173
  • Index 178
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