|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||George Beaumont essay, letters, and academic prospectus|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
George Beaumont, English barrister and author, was a graduate of Cambridge University. He immigrated to Georgia and opened the Gainesville Female High School in circa 1839.
This collection consists of an essay, two letters, and a school prospectus concerning the "Gainesville Female High School," circa 1839. the essay is entitled "Points in the early History of G. Britain: Points in Early English History traced from peculiarities in our Alphabet, etc." The first letter is dated June 15, 1839 from Gainesville, Georgia and explains the essay. The second letter is dated June 19, 1839 and presents the essay to the Georgia Historical Society. The school prospectus describes the type of education to be offered at the Gainesville Female High School, and includes a handwritten list of the names of trustees, the teacher, and the principal.
Material was acquired from creator.
[item identification], George Beaumont essay, letters, and academic prospectus, MS 61, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of George Beaumont, 1839.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Item 1: Essay, "Points in the Early History of G Britain: Points in early English History traced from peculiarities in our Alphabet, etc."|
|1||Item 2: Letter. Gainesville, Ga, 1839 June 15|
|Contents explain the essay.|
|1||Item 3: Letter, 1839 June 19|
|Contents present the letter to the Georgia Historical Society.|
|1||Item 4: School prospectus|
|Describes the type of education to be offered and includes a handwritten list of the names of trustees, the teacher, and the principal.|