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Mary LeCron Foster (February 1, 1914 – December 9, 2001) was an American anthropological linguist, who spent most of her working life at the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley. Foster carried out graduate work in anthropology under the direction of Ruth Benedict.
Vere Foster 1819–1900: An Irish Benefactor. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1971. 4 The earl of Longford and O'Neill, T. Eamon de Valera (London, 1970). 5 Op. cit. pp. 163–4. Recommend this journal.
Mary Preston Foster was born in Columbia, SC and raised in Hampton, S. She earned a Masters in Librarianship and became an elementary school librarian
Mary Preston Foster was born in Columbia, SC and raised in Hampton, SC. She is known to her friends as Bitsy. She taught English and history at the Baptist High School in Charleston, SC and the American School in Manila, the Philippines. She earned a Masters in Librarianship and became an elementary school librarian. She wrote a book on teaching children library skills and one on the structure of literature in the 1980's. Always interested in SC history, she developed a curriculum for teaching SC history to the third grades during their weekly library visits.
Mary Park Mary Foster (born McPherson) was born on month day 1840, at birth place, Indiana, to Alexander McFerson and Eliza McFerson (born Read). Alexander was born in 1815, in Ohio, United States. Eliza was born on January 1 1818, in Locus Grove, Ohio. Mary married John W Foster on month day 1859, at age 19 at marriage place, Indiana. John was born on March 2 1836, in Petersburg, Pike County, Indiana, 47567, USA. His occupations were Lawyer, Politician, Minister To Russia and 32nd United States Secretary of State
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