Edward N. Harris
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Edward N. Harris (1831-1893) was born in Reading, Massachusetts, and died Calais, Maine. He was a dentist, graduating from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1854, and was one of the founding members of the Massachusetts Dental Society. He was also a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Primary class (1883) and Normal class (1888). He joined the Christian Scientist Association in October 1883, withdrew in June 1888, and was readmitted in August 1888. From 1884 until 1887 he advertised as a dentist in The Christian Science Journal, and in 1890 he was listed as a Christian Science practitioner. In 1884, he addressed the American Academy of Dental Science, discussing his study and application of Christian Science.
Edward N. Harris
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Edward N. Harris (1831-1893) was born in Reading, Massachusetts, and died Calais, Maine. He was a dentist, graduating from the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1854, and was one of the founding members of the Massachusetts Dental Society. He was also a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, completing the Primary class (1883) and Normal class (1888). He joined the Christian Scientist Association in October 1883, withdrew in June 1888, and was readmitted in August 1888. From 1884 until 1887 he advertised as a dentist in The Christian Science Journal, and in 1890 he was listed as a Christian Science practitioner. In 1884, he addressed the American Academy of Dental Science, discussing his study and application of Christian Science.