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The history of the schools of Dorchester has special interest owing to the fact that the town claims precedence in the establishment of the first free public school, supported by the public treasury of...
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Books about Schools
Printed Materials Relating to the Dorchester Schools Boston, Mass. Schoolhouse Department. Annual Report of the Schoolhouse Department from February 1, 1905, to February 1, 1906. Boston,...
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School Closures 2009
Panel approves closure of 6 schools City to expand pilot programs By James Vaznis Globe Staff / November 20, 2008 The Boston School Committee last night approved vacating six elementary school...
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DIOTD, Apr. 27, 2010 Bailey Street Schools
Dorchester Illustration of the Day no. 1289 Courtesy of the City Archives, today we have a view of schools on Bailey Street in 1902. The maps from 1884 through 1918 show the building on the left...
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Bailey Street Schools
Bailey Street Schools The maps from 1884 through 1918 show the building on the left usually as wood-frame construction, but in 1889 it is shown as masonry. Perhaps the confusion is that the first floor...
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DIOTD, Oct. 19, 2010 Mather Schools
Dorchester Illustration of the Day no. 1409 Yesterday we saw the newly-constructed Mather School. Today’s postcard affords a full view of the Old Mather School as the building on the right came to...
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Schools in 1850
Schools from Dorchester and Milton Business Directory, and Almanac for 1850 and verified on the 1850 Eaton Map Grammar Schools Everett School Location: Sumner Street Teacher: Elwell...
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For individual pages on some authors see list under Authors at left or at the very bottom of this page. Authors who are known for other activities may appear under Activists, Artists, Public Figures,...
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Dorchester High School
"In 1850 the subject of a high school was again agitated, --this time with more success. One hundred and eighty-three tax-payers of the town signed a petition asking the school committee 'to recommend...
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Gibson School
The Gibson School house on School Street was named in honor of Christopher Gibson, an early donor to the schools of Dorchester. It was built in 1857, a portion of the expense being met by generous gifts...
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