Edward Everett Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Edward Everett

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Biography Of Edward Everett
Real Name Edward Everett
Profession Political Leaders, Theologians, Educators, Diplomats, Pastors
Nationality American
Religion Unitarian
Political ideology Whig
Personal life of Edward Everett
Born on 11 April 1794
Birthday 11th April
Died At Age 70
Sun Sign Aries
Born in Boston, Massachusetts
Died on 15 January 1865
Place of death Boston, Massachusetts
City Massachussets
Ideology Republicans
Family Background of Edward Everett
Father Rev. Oliver Everett
Mother Lucy Hill Everett
Siblings Alexander Hill Everett
Spouses/Partners Charlotte Gray Brooks (m. 1822), Charlotte Gray Brooks (m. 1822)
Children William Everett, Henry Sidney Everett, Anne Gorham Everett, Grace Webster Everett, Charlotte Brooks Everett, Edward Brooks Everett
Education Harvard University, Phillips Exeter Academy, Georg-August University Harvard College
Personal Fact of Edward Everett

Edward Everett was an American politician, pastor, diplomat, educator and orator who served as a U.S. Representative, Senator, Governor of Massachusetts, Minister to Great Britain and the US Secretary of State. He was known for his oratorical skills and was a famous speaker at the time of Civil War, instigating anti-war feelings amongst people through his moving speeches.

Everett was a very studious student and did his graduation from Harvard and pursued ministry after that. He became a popular preacher while working at a post at the Brattle Street Church. He took a step forward in his career and worked as a professor of Greek literature at Harvard, which provided him with an opportunity to travel all through the Europe and learn new languages and ancient law and literature. He came back to America with an informed vision and brought European education techniques to American education system.

By this time he became a well-known public orator because of which he was given an opportunity to make a career change and became a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. After that he remained active in politics for many years in various capacities like National Republican, Governor of Massachusetts, Minister to Great Britain and US Secretary of State. His speeches and knowledge of politics and literature was so profound that he also worked as a columnist for New York Ledger for many years.

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Edward Everett


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