MARCH, Daniel. b. Milbury, Massachusetts, 21 July 1816; d. Woburn, Massachusetts, 2 March 1909. March was educated at Amherst College (1834-36), and Yale University (BA, 1840). After serving as principal of Fairfield Academy in Connecticut, he returned to Yale for his theological studies. He was ordained into the Presbyterian ministry in 1845, but later changed to Congregationalism, and served churches in Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania, and twice in Woburn, Massachusetts (1856-64, 1877-95). He travelled extensively, and published numerous books, including Yankee Land and the Yankee (1840), Walks and Homes of Jesus (1866), Night Scenes in the Bible (1869), Our Father’s House; or,...
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