Edie, an American Biography Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Jean Stein
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Chapters 1-4

• General of the Massachusetts Bay colony.

• Judge Theodore Sedgwick was involved with the American Revolution and rose to become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts.

• Judge Theodore Sedgwick's and his family's unusual burial site is described as a preparation for Judgement Day.

• Sarah May Minturn married Henry Dwight Sedgwick in 1895.

• Edie's father, Francis Minturn Sedgwick, was born in 1904.

• Francis Minturn Sedgwick was said to have has a nervous breakdown after his mother's death.

• Francis Minturn Sedgwick married Alice Delano de Forest and together they had eight children, including Edie Sedgwick.

Chapters 5-9

• In the early 1930s the Sedgwicks split their time between Long Island and California.

• Francis's professors at Harvard encourages him to develop his artist side. He took up sculpture.

• It is said that Alice Sedgwick kept having children just to prove she could have more than anybody else.

• The Sedgwicks moved to...

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