3 edition of Quincy A. Balch. found in the catalog.
Quincy A. Balch.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Balch, Quincy A., Pensions|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Pensions|
|The Physical Object|
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Katharine Bowditch Codman's papers include her extensive correspondence with Fanny Quincy Howe and Robert Beverly Hale, as well as papers related to her work with the Instructive District Nursing Association of Boston and the Society to Encourage Studies at Home, an organization promoting women's education.
Through hard work, good luck, a brilliant mind and a keen eye, John Quincy led almost a Swiss Family Robinson-style life of political and diplomatic adventure.
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There was then, as there is now, an idealized vision of a grand new experiment in freedom. His one-man crusade against the gag rule was part of a larger campaign to insist that slavery be placed on the political agenda as the major piece of unfinished business left by the founders.
You learn and grow from it -- you teach your pain to sing. He served 16 years as the Senator from Massachusetts.
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