2 edition of History of the public schools of Georgetown, D.C., from October 22, 1810, to August 1, 1875 found in the catalog.
|Statement||written at request and published by order of the Board of Trustees of public schools, for the national centennial year, 1876,|
|Contributions||District of Columbia. Board of Trustees of Public Schools|
|LC Classifications||LA257.W3 A77|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||10017888|
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Below is a list of mayors of Washington, D.C., an office established with the passage of the amended Residence Act of From to the District was managed by a three-member board of Commissioners. With the passage of the District of Columbia Organic Act of , the District was divided into two counties, Alexandria County west of the Potomac and Washington County to the east. . Superintendent Took office Left office Notes 1 Captain Francis Light: 11 August 21 October Died in office. "The inscription to his memory at St. George's Church by a contemporary Penang Resident – Robert Scott – adds to the favourable impression made by the public records a warm testimony to his worth: "In Memory of Francis light Esq. who first established this Island as an Appointer: Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
In he removed to Elkland. Charles H. Bosworth, a son of Dr. Henry C. Bosworth, entered upon the practice of medicine at Osceola, March 1, , and has continued as a resident physician to the present time. Dr. T. N. Rockwell practiced here from August 1 to October 1. The Jesuit novitiate was opened at Georgetown, D.C., During the War of , it was at St. Inigoes and Frederick for a few years, then returned to Georgetown, was removed to Whitemarsh about , and to Frederick in , whence in it was finally removed to St. Andrews-on-the-Hudson, near Poughkeepsie, New York.
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History of the public schools of Georgetown, D.C., from Octoto August 1,Contributor Names At Lee, Samuel Yorke. [from old catalog] District of Columbia. Board of Trustees of Public Schools. Created / Published.
History of the public schools of Georgetown, D.C., from Octoto August 1,Also available in digital form. Contributor: At Lee, Samuel Yorke - District of D.C. Board of Trustees of Public Schools Date: The history of Washington, D.C.
is tied to its role as the capital of the United ally inhabited by an Algonquian-speaking people known as the Nacotchtank, the site of the District of Columbia along the Potomac River was first selected by President George city came under attack during the War of in an episode known as the Burning of Washington.
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