The Criterion: Which Exhibits Portraits of the Three Candidates, Facts in the Lives of Each, the Platforms of the Three Parties, and the Constitution of the United States (Classic Reprint)
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Two years after Millard's birth, Nathaniel Fillmore lost his pro perty in Locke township, and removed, in 1802, to Sempronius (now Niles), where he resided for twenty-one years, after which he made his final removal to Aurora, where he still resides, in the enjoyment of a vigorous old age.
Until his fifteenth year, Millard Fillmore assisted his father on the farm, and such education as he received was snatched in the intervals of labor; he was then verbally apprenticed to a wool comber and clothier in the neighborhood, and found employment during the winter months as a teacher, in order to clothe himself and buy such books as he required for further progress.
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