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Mr . Louis Bilisoly, for many years a merchant in Portsmouth.  
 
Mr . Louis Bilisoly, for many years a merchant in Portsmouth.  
Miss nna S. Johnston, who taught in Portsmouth many years and was head of the English Department at Wilson High School
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Miss Anna S. Johnston, who taught in Portsmouth many years and was head of the English Department at Wilson High School.
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Miss Matie Dew, who later married her principal, Mr. Willis A. Jenkins.
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Miss Mercedes Mansoni, who also taught several years before her marriage.
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One can see from the above list that the graduates of Portsmouth High School became valuable citizens of Portsmouth.
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The Second High School
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by 1886, the old Academy was no longer suited to the needs of school, so the City erected a new building at the corner of Green and Columbia Streets. This building housed both elementary and high school pupils, and was the third school building erected by the city. Naturally the greater part of the building was used by the elementary pupils. History, physics, English, Latin, algebra, and arithmetic comprised the curriculum - no frills

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Mr . Louis Bilisoly, for many years a merchant in Portsmouth. Miss Anna S. Johnston, who taught in Portsmouth many years and was head of the English Department at Wilson High School. Miss Matie Dew, who later married her principal, Mr. Willis A. Jenkins. Miss Mercedes Mansoni, who also taught several years before her marriage.

One can see from the above list that the graduates of Portsmouth High School became valuable citizens of Portsmouth.

The Second High School by 1886, the old Academy was no longer suited to the needs of school, so the City erected a new building at the corner of Green and Columbia Streets. This building housed both elementary and high school pupils, and was the third school building erected by the city. Naturally the greater part of the building was used by the elementary pupils. History, physics, English, Latin, algebra, and arithmetic comprised the curriculum - no frills