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Edward Everett School 11-27-2008
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 Edward Everett School (Elementary)

71 Pleasant Street, Dorchester
Built 1909
E.T.P. Graham, Architect

Edward Everett (1794-1865), a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, a distinguished orator and writer, was born in Dorchester. He held public office as U.S. Representative, as governor and U.S. Senator. Everett received appointments as Secretary of State, Minister to Great Britain and President of Harvard.

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What's In a Name? Names of Boston's Schools: Their Origin. Boston: School Volunteers for Boston and the Boston Public Schools, 1980.

Edward Everett School on Sumner Street
Edward Everett School, Sumner Street
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 The name Edward Everett was used for a school on Sumner Street before the new school was built on Pleasant Street.

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