4 edition of George F. Hoar found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 159-166.
|Statement||by Edward E. Hale|
|Series||American antiquarian society, Worcester, Mass. Proceedings -- v. 17, American antiquarian society, Worcester, Mass. Proceedings -- v. 17.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 150-166 ;|
|Number of Pages||166|
George F. Hoar - Typed Letter Signed 03/31/ - Item Massachusetts Senator George F. Hoar signed this typed letter on United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary letterhead in , telling the recipient how to find a rare book titled The Defense of Theodore Parker. Shop for George F. Hoar related autographs, signed photographs, historical documents and manuscripts from the world. He was the son of Samuel Hoar and brother of George Frisbie Hoar. His mother was Sarah, the daughter of Roger Sherman. Education Hoar graduated from Harvard College in as Bachelor of Arts, taught a year, began to read law in his father's office, and continued in the Harvard Law School, where he received the degree of Bachelor of Law in.
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George F. Edmunds was born in Richmond, Vermont on February 1, He attended the local schools and was privately tutored. Edmunds began studying law as a teenager, spending time in both the office of his brother in law and the office of David A. Smalley and Edward J. Phelps. He was admitted to the bar as soon as he was eligible in Born: George Franklin Edmunds, February 1, . In the Hon. George F. Hoar paid a visit to the ancient home of the Lisles, and the following memoranda made at the time has been preserved: Saturday, Oct. 22d, Mr. Hoar, with two ladies, went from Southampton to Ringwood, about twenty miles, and drove thence to .
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George Frisbie Hoar has books on Goodreads with 14 ratings. George Frisbie Hoar’s most popular book is Autobiography of Seventy Years. HOAR, GEORGE FRISBIE, (grandson of Roger Sherman, son of Samuel Hoar, brother of Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, father of Rockwood Hoar, and uncle of Sherman Hoar), a Representative and a Senator from Massachusetts; born in Concord, Mass., Aug ; attended Concord Academy; graduated from Harvard University in and from the Harvard Law School in ; admitted to the bar in.
On JanuI read Champ Clark's My Quarter Century of American Politics with much interest. He refers to similar books by Thomas Hart Benton (Thirty Years View), James G. Blaine (Twenty Years in Congress), and this book by George F.
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George F. Hoa 2/5(2). On JanuI read Champ Clark's My Quarter Century of American Politics with much interest. He refers to similar books by Thomas Hart Benton (Thirty Years View), James G. Blaine (Twenty Years in Congress), and this book by George F.
Hoar, which books served Clark as a model for his book.4/5. George Frisbie Hoar, (born Aug. 29,Concord, Mass., U.S.—died Sept. 30,Worcester, Mass.), American politician who was one of the leading organizers of the Republican Party and a lifelong crusader for good government.
Hoar graduated from Harvard College () and Harvard Law School () and then went into private law practice in Worcester. George F. Hoar (late a Senator from Massachusetts) Contributor Names United States. Congress ) United States.
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58th Cong., 3d sess., George F. Hoar. Washington, Govt. Print. Title Hoar, George F. Contributor Names Hoar, George Frisbie, Created / Published. HOAR, George Frisbie, (grandson of Roger Sherman, son of Samuel Hoar, brother of Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, father of Rockwood Hoar, and uncle of Sherman Hoar), a Representative and a Senator from Massachusetts; born in Concord, Mass., Aug ; attended Concord Academy; graduated from Harvard University in and from the Harvard Law School in ; admitted to the.
George F. Hoar. Oxford, Massachusetts. – Send Flowers Opens send flowers url in a new windowBorn: George F. Hoar. AKA George Frisbie Hoar. Born: Aug Birthplace: Concord, MA Died: Sep Location of death: Worcester, MA Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, MA Gender: Male Religion: Unitarian Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Politician Party Affiliation: Republican Nationality: United StatesBorn: George Collections.
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