Salmon W. North
No Image
Salmon W. North (1830-1904) was born in Amenia, New York, and died in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He spent the majority of his life working as a wool dyer in a textile mill in Lawrence. He was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, studying with her in the spring of 1883. He joined the Christian Scientist Association on May 23, 1883, but his involvement with Christian Science was short-lived. He asked to be dismissed from the Association on August 28, 1883, but his request was denied. On March 3, 1884, he wrote again saying that as he was "liable at any moment to depart from the rules of the association, I therefore beg leave to be excused from further compliance with those regulations." The records of the Association indicate that North was "self-suspended."
Salmon W. North
No Image
Salmon W. North (1830-1904) was born in Amenia, New York, and died in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He spent the majority of his life working as a wool dyer in a textile mill in Lawrence. He was a student of Mary Baker Eddy's, studying with her in the spring of 1883. He joined the Christian Scientist Association on May 23, 1883, but his involvement with Christian Science was short-lived. He asked to be dismissed from the Association on August 28, 1883, but his request was denied. On March 3, 1884, he wrote again saying that as he was "liable at any moment to depart from the rules of the association, I therefore beg leave to be excused from further compliance with those regulations." The records of the Association indicate that North was "self-suspended."