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  1. Edward Dickinson (January 1, 1803 – June 16, 1874) was an American politician from Massachusetts.He is also known as the father of the poet Emily Dickinson; their family home in Amherst, the Dickinson Homestead, is a museum dedicated to her.

  2. Edward Dickinson, 1840. Portrait by O.A. Bullard E dward Dickinson embraced the conservative Whig political party and embodied its ethics of responsibility, fairness, and personal restraint to a point that contemporaries found his demeanor severe and unyielding.

  3. BAKER, EDWARD DICKINSON, a Representative from Illinois and a Senator from Oregon; born in London, England, February 24, 1811; immigrated to the United States in 1815 with his parents, who settled in Philadelphia, Pa.; moved to Illinois in 1825; studied law; admitted to the bar in 1830 and commenced practice in Springfield; member, State house of representatives 1837; member, State senate 1840 ...

  4. Ned Dickinson, 1874. Austin and Susan Dickinson’s eldest child was born on June 19, 1861. Named Edward, after his paternal grandfather, he was called “Ned” within the family. Although the poem Emily Dickinson sent to Susan at Ned’s birth admits her “fear of joggling Him!” (L232), she developed a very close and gleeful relationship ...

  5. Feb 17, 2021 · Edward Dickinson was a Whig (later a Republican) representative to state and national legislatures. Edward Dickinson (January 1, 1803 - June 16, 1874) was a Massachusetts politician. He is best known as the father of famous poet Emily Dickinson; their family home in Amherst, the Dickinson Homestead, is now a museum.

    • Emily Dickinson
    • January 01, 1803
    • Lucretia Dickinson, Hon. Samuel Fowler Dickinson
  6. The eldest of nine children, Edward Dickinson—Emily Dickinson’s father—was born in Amherst, Massachusetts in 1803 to an established family. His parents, Samuel Fowler Dickinson and Lucretia Gunn Dickinson, valued education and, despite financial difficulties, sent their son to Amherst Academy, Yale University, and Northampton Law School.

  7. Edward T. Dickinson, MD, FACEP is Director, EMS Field Operations and Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Dickinson is board certified in Emergency Medicine - Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Medicine and sees patients at Penn Emergency Medicine HUP and Penn Emergency Medicine Penn Presbyterian.

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