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He was married in 1891 at New York City, to Miss Elaine Goodale, a finely cultured young lady from Massachusetts, herself a poetess and prose writer of more than ordinary ability.
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Dr. Goodale says: "Whether it is best to try to explain to the pupils the structure of these valves, or stomata, must be left to each teacher.
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Of literary folk not native to Redding, Dora Reed Goodale and her sister Elaine, the wife of Dr. Charles A. Eastman, had, long been residents of Redding Center; Jeanette L. Gilder and Ida M. Tarbell had summer homes on Redding Ridge; Dan Beard, as already mentioned, owned a place near the banks of the Saugatuck, while Kate V. St. Maur, also two of Nathaniel Hawthorne's granddaughters had recently located adjoining the Stormfield lands.
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The first night flight of a dirigible over New York City was made by Charles Goodale on July 19.
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I only had a few days' drilling at the fort, and that was all I ever had, but I was anxious to go on this march with my company, and Goodale, called "Grabby" by the men, had my uniform and necessary equipage issued to me and let me go with the company.
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I was a private in Company "A," Captain Goodale in command.
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A son of Lieutenant-Colonel Goodale, who was a lieutenant, was placed in command of Company "A." He, like his father, was a good officer, and soon won the confidence and esteem of his company.
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Examples of Goodale

Example #1
They have lived very happily together ever since and are the parents of five lovely children.
Example #2
He also explains graphically from facts gained from his own people, the great mystery of the battle of the Little Big Horn in which the gallant Custer and brave men went to their bloody death.
Example #3
It would seem advisable to pass by the subject untouched, unless the teacher has become reasonably familiar with it by practical microscopical study of leaves.
Example #4
In these lessons, however, it is not desirable to enter upon subjects involving the use of the compound microscope.
Example #5
By which it will be seen that Redding was in no way unsuitable as a home for Mark Twain.
Example #6
Charles Burr Todd, of one of the oldest Redding families, himself-still a resident, was also the author of a Redding history.