Catalogue of Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass., 1877-8, Third Term. School was opened in September, 1872, on one hundred and sixty acres of land given by President John Adams in 1822.
In accordance with the terms of the deeds, none of the lands have ever been sold, but from the income derived from them a substantial and beautiful school-house has been erected, and in September, 1872, the Adams Academy was opened. Immediately thereupon the School was placed in charge of William K. Dimmock, LL. D.
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