Abbott, Amos

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*[ Andover Historic Preservation 112 Main Street]
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* ''Andover Townsman'' Oct. 1892, Dec. 1893
* ''Andover Townsman'' Oct. 1892, Dec. 1893
* [ ''Massachusetts: A Chronology & Documentary History''] R747.4 Chr, page 39.
* [ ''Chronology and Documentary Handbook of the State of Massachusetts '] R747.4 Chr, page 39.
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  • Born September 10,1786 - Died November 1868
  • Lived in the Issac Abbott Tavern on Elm Street and later at 112 Main Street.
  • Held many town offices, was a State Representative and Senator and a U.S. Representative (Whig) from 1843-1849
  • He was the first president of the Andover Institution of Savings.
  • Founder of the Boston and Portland Railroad (later the Boston & Maine Railroad).
  • A portrait of Amos Abbot painted by Thomas Buchanan Read was presented to the Memorial Hall Library Board of Trustees in December 1982 when Mr. Abott was approximately fifty-five years old.


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--Eleanor 17:21, February 2, 2006 (EST)

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