Six years after the opening of Central School, E. W. Moss was appointed principal of all the Paris Public Schools. ... After the death of Mr. Moss, Edgar Nash wrote the following lines in the Paris High School Year Book, 1934: He lived quietly a for others a not for ... This advertisement did not seem strange in 1854 because more than half of Parisians over the age of fourteen could not read or write.
|Title||:||At the Forks of the Grand, Volume I: 20 Historical Essays on Paris, Ontario|
|Publisher||:||Brant County Library -|