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|Upon the subject of education, not presuming to dictate any plan or system |
respecting it, I can only say that I view it as the most important subject we as ... —
WINSTON CHURCHILL The education of a man is never complete until he dies.
|You can never do more than your duty. You should never wish to do less. - Lee, |
Robert E. The education of a man is never complete until he dies. - Lee, Robert E
. Let the tent be struck. - Lee, Robert E. Never do a wrong thing to make a friend ...
|and, by his uncommon industry, defrayed the expense of completing his |
preparation for entering Dartmouth College, and while a student there, the labor
of his hands defrayed all his college expenses until he received his degree. ... or
discourage such a man as Mr. Orr. Hitherto, what he had resolved to do, he had
found himself able to accomplish, ... He never sought popularity ; it sought him ;
and he died in full possession of the confidence, and the high esteem of all who
|So he lives and dies every day, and never knows that his identity has ever |
changed; for his progression is so slow that, ... Man has never got to the point of
progression, to admit that he is a creative being; and until he is educated up to
this point ...
|In 1790 he moved to Westmoreland county, near Everson, where he died |
January 1, 1812. By his will ... He was a man of good education and for several
years taught in the public schools of his native county. After completing his
studies at Mount Pleasant Institute he worked on the farm in the summer time,
worked in his uncle' s store and taught in the winter. ... He improved this property
by the erection of needed buildings, and as he prospered added additional acres
until he had an ...
|Mr. Davis enjoyed the confidence of his clients, and well sustained the character |
of an able advocate, and a man of genius. ... He was not publicly educated. ... He
died in July, 1798, much lamented by a numerous circle of acquaintances and
friends. ... and afterwards removed to Portland—retnoved thence to Wayne,
Kennebeclt, and continued there until his death, ... Atniable in private life, and
afllthle and Faithful in the di-charge of his duties in public situations; perhaps he
never had ...
|"I don't think that a man can ever retire from life until he dies," he says. ... the |
Atlanta Board of Education, a position to which he was elected last year and to
which he was reelected this year. ... After reading mail and giving instructions to a
full time ... "Even white contemporaries of mine can never know the humiliating
conditions under which Negroes had to live because of enforced segregation in
|Containing Biographical Sketches of Business and Professional Men and of |
Many of the Early Settled Families ... and he then came to Franklin where he
bought ninety acres of land, adding to this from time to time, until he once owned
275 ... John was accidentally killed by a swing at the early age of twenty-two
years just as he was completing an excellent education in ... In political belief and
action he has long been a Democrat, and though never seeking any political
office, rendered ...
|He had never since the War been a candidate for any political place. except |
when he ran as the Democratic candidate ... of Maryland, while his extended
acquaintance with the public men of the day gave him prominence in national
politics. He died at Washington on June 23, 1885. ... age, and then entered
Columbia College grammar school, where he remained several years, receiving
a fine education.
|He had never since the War been a candidate for any polit:cal place, except |
when he ran as the Democratic candidate for ... the politics of Maryland, while his
extended acquaintance with the public men of the day gave him prominence in
national politics. ... He died in October, 1873, while still in the prime of life, but ill
health had pursued him nearly all his days. ... of age, and then entered Columbia
College grammar school, where he remained several years, receiving a fine