Letter from Thatcher Goddard to Alden Partridge, 19 February 1822.

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Description

Sorry to hear cadets have become more disorderly; worries about the volatile nature of his son, William H.; discusses William's clothes; does not wish his son to play the flute, although vocal music would be beneficial for stuttering; other discussion about William's course of study.

Creator

Goddard, Thatcher

Subject

Partridge, Alden, 1785-1854
Goddard, Thatcher
Goddard, William H.
American Literary, Scientific, and Military Academy
Norwich University - History - 19th century
Norwich (Vt.)
Boston (Mass.)
Military education
School discipline
Stuttering
Music - Instruction and study
Fathers and sons
Military cadets
Schools - Vermont

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