December Courier at the Printers

The man who prints the Cogswell Courier (all 390 copies) was on vacation from November 1st to 15th, so the Courier went to him only this morning.  As well as the usual pages, it contains stories of:
Sleeping half-moonWalker, Evans and Cogswell – printers
Right hugEliza Cogswell Inventor
Left hugOur cousin Ralph Waldo Emerson
MoneyBrandon Cogswell – youth Baseball
 Red heartThe Courtship of Margaret Gifford (by John Cogswell III)
Dog faceDeath of Cogswell descendant Michael Hughes
AirplaneDavid Cogswell’s India study trip
BoyJohn Gallop, who took the Cogswells from Pemaquid to Ipswich

About mcogswell2

I am a retired minister of the United Church of Canada. I am currently Editor of the Cogswell Courier, the newsletter of the Cogswell Family Association.
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