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30, 1827, and was gradu- ated from Dartmouth college in 1846, at the age of nineteen, and from Andover theological semi- nary in 1853. When, how- ever, the stiite actually passed the ordnance of secession, he entered the .state militia and finally the Confederate army, and was apjxiinted quar- teniiaster, serving through the war. AKERS, Benjamin Paul, sculptor, was born in Siiccanipi Ki, Me., July 10, 1825. When the ancient Greek poet, in a famous ode, declared that men constitute the state, — "high-minded men, men who their duties know, but know their rights, and, knowing, dare maintain," — and when a modern writer pointed out the fact that the men behind the guns are the real power, they both indicated the foundation of history and the motive force of civilization. In 1850 he ojiened a studio in Portland, Me., and made of the poet Longfellow, Neal, Governor Gilman of New Hampshire, Professor Cleaveland of Bowdoin college, Samuel Ajipleton of Bostim, and other prominent men, which gave him considerable reputation. PREFACE It may not be strictly true, though more than one great writer has said it, that history is nothing more than biography; but certainly it is true that biography is a very large and important part of history, and it is not possible to write biography without writing history. Franklin George Adams, Secretary Kansas Historical Society. The next winter he spent at home and executed a medallion head and the bust of the village doctor, and a head of Christ.Of course other books of reference have been consulted and compared, as well as printed family records (which are now very numerous) and local and general histories. EUzabeth of Hungary," the "Pearl Diver," and an ideal head of Milton, which last two are descril)ed in the "Marble Faun " of Hawthorne.In short, no conceivable source of information has been neglected, and to this have been added the skill and diligence of careful com- pilers and the oversight of expert editors. Calhoun Andrew Carnegie Henry Clay Grover Cleveland Vol. By permission of the authorities of Rome he was allowed to make a cast of a mutilated bust of Cicero that lay neglected on a shelf in the Vati- can.

30, 1827, and was gradu- ated from Dartmouth college in 1846, at the age of nineteen, and from Andover theological semi- nary in 1853. When, how- ever, the stiite actually passed the ordnance of secession, he entered the .state militia and finally the Confederate army, and was apjxiinted quar- teniiaster, serving through the war. AKERS, Benjamin Paul, sculptor, was born in Siiccanipi Ki, Me., July 10, 1825.

When the ancient Greek poet, in a famous ode, declared that men constitute the state, — "high-minded men, men who their duties know, but know their rights, and, knowing, dare maintain," — and when a modern writer pointed out the fact that the men behind the guns are the real power, they both indicated the foundation of history and the motive force of civilization. In 1850 he ojiened a studio in Portland, Me., and made of the poet Longfellow, Neal, Governor Gilman of New Hampshire, Professor Cleaveland of Bowdoin college, Samuel Ajipleton of Bostim, and other prominent men, which gave him considerable reputation.

PREFACE It may not be strictly true, though more than one great writer has said it, that history is nothing more than biography; but certainly it is true that biography is a very large and important part of history, and it is not possible to write biography without writing history. Franklin George Adams, Secretary Kansas Historical Society. The next winter he spent at home and executed a medallion head and the bust of the village doctor, and a head of Christ.

Of course other books of reference have been consulted and compared, as well as printed family records (which are now very numerous) and local and general histories. EUzabeth of Hungary," the "Pearl Diver," and an ideal head of Milton, which last two are descril)ed in the "Marble Faun " of Hawthorne.

In short, no conceivable source of information has been neglected, and to this have been added the skill and diligence of careful com- pilers and the oversight of expert editors. Calhoun Andrew Carnegie Henry Clay Grover Cleveland Vol. By permission of the authorities of Rome he was allowed to make a cast of a mutilated bust of Cicero that lay neglected on a shelf in the Vati- can.

He was brevetted brigadier-general on the removal of his regiment to Savannah, Ga., early in 1865, he being then only twenty -six years of age.