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Caros, Co-Director of iSchool High
It was rumored to be the last tree from an orchard once owned by Colonel Loammi
Baldwin, whom the apple was named after.
The six-letter word ending in I (next to MCCAIN) must have L, R or S for its first letter, and vowels for the next two; only LOAMMI
and SOUARI qualify, and the latter fails because there is no xxxUC word.
Ives Hoadley, in Works II (Boston, 1852), 259.
Baldwin The juicy and aromatic Baldwin apple, thought to be native to Massachusetts, is named for Colonel Loammi
Baldwin, a politician and soldier in the American Revolutionary War who was greatly responsible for spreading its popularity throughout colonial New England.
Baldwin who cultivated hundreds of the trees.
Baldwin, who owned a nursery and grafted hundreds of the apple trees, Ms.
In the 1880s, Hial Carr's sons, Loammi
and Samuel Carr, took over and the brothers managed a funeral parlor on the first floor of the Odd Fellows Hall on Cottage Street.