Secretary of State Correspondence Record: A petition recommending the appointment of Cyril Pearl to the office of Superintendent of Common Schools.
|Item Description:||A petition recommending the appointment of Cyril Pearl to the office of Superintendent of Common Schools.|
|Date Written:||Oct. 1859|
|Box and Folder:||22-8|
|Associated names:||R. Adams; J. M. Akers; I. O. Bennett; Furman Bradford; M. M. Butler; D. W. Capue; S. L. Carlton; Ezra Carter, Jr.; D. D. Chase; George A. Churchill; J. H. Coffin; Walter Corey; Henry Cox; Josiah F. Day; T. A. Deblois; Nathaniel Deering; A. C. Denison; H. G. Dinney; Heziekiah Dodge; Moses G. Dow; Samuel Fessenden; Darius Forbes; B. Freeman; John Frink; James Furbish; Oliver Gerrish; Charles M. Gore; B. Greenough; Samuel Haskell; David Hau; George S. Hay; Charles Holden; Jed Jewett; Benjamin Kingsbury, Jr.; B. F. Lake; H. I. Libby; Abrice Lowell; W. L. Mains; J. M. Mason; I. Maxwell; Albert Merrill; J. A. Merrill; Nathaniel Miller; John W. Munger; Joseph C. Noyes; Joshua B. Osgood; E. M. Patten; Cyril Pearl; H. L. Pearson; John A. Poor; William R. Porter; William P. Preble; John Purinton; J. J. W. Reeves; James E. Robinson; Charles Sampson; W. C. Sawyer; J. B. Scott; William C. Shaileo; Eaton Shaw; George H. Shirley; B. F. Smith; R. H. Somerby; C. A. Stackpole; William Steele; J. I. Stevens; Samuel R. Thurston; W. W. Vinton; Edward Waite; George Warren; J. M. Waterhouse; Stephen L. Waterhouse; G. A. Wheelwright; R. E. Whitman; Ammi Whitney; Henry Willis; William Willis; Jabez C. Woodman|
|Associated subjects:||School superintendentsMaine; School management and organizationMaine; MaineOfficials and employees|
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Source citation: "Secretary of State Correspondence, 1820-1914," database, Maine Genealogy (https://www.mainegenealogy.net/correspondence_record.asp?id=5890 : accessed 3 October 2022), entry for A petition recommending the appointment of Cyril Pearl to the office of Superintendent of Common Schools., Oct. 1859, citing Hancock County Court of Sessions database, Maine State Archives.
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