Mack, Andrew, 1786-1875
- Existence: 1786 - 1875
Andrew Mack was born on June 19, 1786 in Londonderry, New Hampshire. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1808 after which he taught at Gilmanton Academy from until 1810. From 1810-1811 Mack was a tutor at Dartmouth and then principal of Hampton Academy for one year. He returned to Gilmanton Academy in 1812 and stayed there until 1821. From 1821-1828, Mack was at Haverhill Academy, returning, once again, to Gilmanton in 1831. Mack died on June 16, 1875.
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Two-page letter from Andrew Mack of Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher, informing him about the "Observer" and their contribution to it. Bailey has written but two numbers.
Two-page letter from Andrew Mack of Londonderry, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher, discussing qualifications for tutorship at Dartmouth, and his personal plans.
Letter from Andrew Mack of Hampton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher, tells him about the school and situation of Hampton where he is teaching.
Three-page letter from Andrew Mack of Hampton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher informing him that he is to succees Fletchter at Gilmanton Academy. He believes that Dartmouth is not inferior to Cambridge and may be proud of such graduates as McKeen, Appleton and Worcester.
Two-page letter from Andrew Mack of Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher with personal news. Mack expects to have a preceptress at the Academy in the summer.
Letter from Andrew Mack in Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher about the progress of his school and Miss Clark's department.
Three-page letter from Andrew Mack in Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher telling him about Fletcher's brother, and comments on the campaign of 1813, Perry's victory on the lakes and the reduction of Malden.
Letter from Andrew Mack of Gilmanton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher informing him that he thinks he will be unable to take Fletcher's brother to Concord.
Andrew Mack (1786-1875), deacon. Dartmouth College Class of 1808. The collection consists of family correspondence, including letters concerning the illness and death of his son, Thomas, letters from his brother Robert and other acquaintances. Writings by Mack as well as a journal kept during a course of chemical and anatomical lectures are also included.
Four-page letter from George Grennell in Greenfield, Massachusetts to Andrew Mack, telling him that he expects to attend 50 reunion of his class in June. Includes biographical information about members of the Class of 1808.
Three-page letter from Israel Warburton Putnam of Danvers, Massachusetts to Andrew Mack in Hanover, New Hampshire, informing him that Dartmouth scholars have a "want of taste. Another conspicuous trait is their pedandtry, an example of which is in the character of their P___. Dr. Smith's success in 'gouching' astonishing."
Three-page letter from James Adams of Hampton, New Hampshire to Andrew Mack of Gilmanton, New Hampshire, informing him that he is grateful for information re. summer boarder who "skipped." Mr. Cogswell has been preaching in Hampton. Rev. Morrison of Londonderry is ill with lung-fever.
Two-page letter from John Richards at Dartmouth College to Andrew Mack in which Richards is asking about the papers of Dr. Cogswell, files of letters, etc. He wants the catalogues given to the Library: "The letters I wish to inspect...Prof. Young says he gave Prof. Adams' file of broadsheets to Dr. C. on the express condition that when he had used them they were to be deposited in the Library."