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Everett C. Johnson was born on September 8,in Blackwater, Delaware, to Isaac (d. ) 1870-1920 book Belinda (Williams) Johnson. He grew Fifty years of Delaware college in Selbyville, Delaware, where he attended school and became lifelong friends with John G.
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Fifty years of Delaware college, by Edward Noble Vallandigham () University of Delaware (Book) The addresses at the inauguration of William W.
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In Johnson entered Delaware College, where he graduated in with a Latin Scientific major. Fifty years of Delaware college he was the editor of the college’s first yearbook, and frequently wrote articles for the college paper, the Review, as well as for the Delta Phi Literary Society Newsletter.
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