Oramel Whittlesey

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Oramel Whittlesey

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In the early 1830's, Oramel's reputation as a teacher was already growing. In 1835, two young women knocked at the door and invited themselves in, stating they had come to recieve instruction, and hence, Music Vale was born. Oramel was so well liked and respected by his peers in Salem during the operation of Music Vale that he later became postmater, judge of probate, and was sent for a term of the Connecticut general assembly.

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Music Vale Seminary Archive

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1835-1870

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Salem Historical Society

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Citation

Music Vale Seminary Archive, “Oramel Whittlesey,” Music Vale Seminary the Normal Academy of Music: Salem, Connecticut, accessed November 17, 2018, https://musicvaleseminary.omeka.net/items/show/64.