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The Bay State Monthly, Volume 3, No. 3 is a collection of essays, stories, and poems that gives readers an insightful look into the history and culture of Massachusetts. The diverse range of topics covered in this issue, from literary analysis to profiles of influential figures in the state, offers a comprehensive view of what makes Massachusetts unique.

The writing is engaging and informative, with each piece presenting a well-researched and thoughtful perspective on its subject matter. The magazine also includes beautiful illustrations and photographs that enhance the reading experience and bring the stories to life.

Overall, The Bay State Monthly, Volume 3, No. 3 is a must-read for anyone interested in learning more about the rich history and vibrant culture of Massachusetts. Whether you are a history buff, a literary enthusiast, or simply curious about this iconic New England state, this magazine offers something for everyone. Highly recommended for anyone looking to delve deeper into the stories that have shaped Massachusetts into the place it is today.

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[Illustration: John Albion Andrew]


A Massachusetts Magazine.




John Albion Andrew, the twenty first Governor of Massachusetts, was born, May 31, 1818, at Windham, a small town near Portland, Maine. His father was Jonathan Andrew, who had established himself in Windham as a small trader; his mother was Nancy Green Pierce, of New Hampshire, who was a teacher in the celebrated academy at Fryeburg, where Daniel Webster was once employed in the same capacity.

Jonathan is described as having been "a quiet, reticent man, of much intelligence and a keen perception of the ludicrous," while his wife was "well educated, with great sweetness of temper, and altogether highly prepossessing in appearance." There never was a more united and happy family. The father possessed ample means for their education, and left his household to the good management of his wife, who was admirable in her domestic arrangements, judicious, sensible, energetic, and a rigid disciplinarian of her children. There was a rare union of gentleness and force in this woman, which made her generally attractive, and especially endeared her to all who came under the influence of her character... Continue reading book >>

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