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REED, Caroline Gallup, educator, born in Berne, New York, 5 August, 1821. She is the daughter of Albert Gallup, treasurer of Albany county, and was educated at St. Peter's school and the Female academy in Albany. In 1851 she married the Reverend Sylvanus Reed, and in 1864 established a school for young ladies in New York city, which she still continues. In 1883 this very successful school was incorporated under the laws of New York state as Reed college, so that the perpetuity of the establishment might be assured. Mrs. Reed was elected a member of the American gee-graphical society in 1860, of the American association for the advancement of science, and of the New York genealogical and biographical society in 1882. She has published various papers and has issued regularly "circulars of information" upon subjects of educational interest.
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