School Teachers of Early Maryland
by Robert Barnes
MSA SC 5300

Taafe, Lawrence, AA, advertised  that he would open a school at the house of Mr. John Evitts, opposite the prison, on 15th inst., for the purpose of teaching children reading, writing, arithmetic, etc. Anyone entrusting him with the care of his children would shortly be informed of the progress the children are making (AMG 12 Dec 1771).
 


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