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Bower of Franklin County, New York. Porter "easily [distanced] her boy cousins in study, she was ambitious to rival them in outdoor sports". Porter boarded with a reverend's family in Rochester, New York , at the age of fifteen, and attended school. By age sixteen, Porter took charge of a neighboring school as a teacher. Porter was friends with a Mr.
Loomis, missionaries from Rochester, who introduced her to Mr. Robert Stuart , who desired a teacher for their family. At the age of 22, she began teaching the Stuart children, as well as other children on the island and at the mission. Porter struggled with the responsibilities of a new teacher, writing in her journal "my time is not my own". She made a trip to New York to secure more teachers, and established schools in St. This day closes my third term, have had an examination in which the parents and friends of the school have evinced great interest.
Could my dear friends at home have seen me surrounded by 54 the present number of pupils precious immortals, many of whom within nine months have learned to read and recite passages of scripture—could you have looked in upon us this morning, and followed us in our exercises I doubt not your hearts would have filled to overflowing.
To devote one hour to reading, meditation and prayer before leaving my room. Should this precious season ever seem irksome and tasteless to remain until God manifests Himself. To inquire with regard to all my movements: To examine carefully the motives which through each day have influenced my conduct. To endeavor in my intercourse with all to do as I would wish to be done by. To speak evil of no one. To do good to all. To observe one day of each week as a season for private fasting and prayer.
Porter had a serious illness before teaching in Mackinac; many believed it was a miracle that she survived. Porter credited this miracle to her strong religious beliefs. Even among all the good Eliza was accomplishing, she was still a product of the prejudices of the time. We had a copy of St. John's Gospel and attempted to read to them but such indifference! When shall all this wandering miserable race believe the report? For the day of the Lord is at hand.
Last week after Miss O's arrival, went to the Point, four miles from Mackinaw to see if a school could be opened there. Never have I witnessed such scenes of wretchedness and want. About one hundred and eighty inhabitants. All Catholics except one or two families. French and Indian languages alone spoken there. Every man in the settlement a confirmed drunkard. On July 7, , Porter wrote:. Mackinaw is now greatly perplexed. Fear and alarm take hold of many.
The cause is not the movements of the Indians. We have not had any serious, perhaps I may say any fears from them. Porter arrived in Chicago in June with the prospects of opening a school by September. There were 25 students; they furnished their own chairs, "but those who were unable to do so had primitive seats supplied them".
Some students paddled their canoes across the Chicago River to and from the school. Jeremiah Porter, the youngest child of Dr. William Porter and Charlotte Porter, on June 15, Porter and Jeremiah first met on Mackinac Island during discussions about establishing a school.
After the Porters were married, they left Chicago for Farmington, Illinois. They moved to Peoria, Illinois , before settling in Green Bay, Wisconsin , on January 4, ; they remained there until Porter was always a thin, frail woman.
She was able to overcome neuralgia and lost most of her teeth, but not her sense of humor. When Eliza traveled to New York to meet her future in-laws, her mother-in-law remarked "Oh! What can such a poor little hand do? The Porters were living in Chicago at the outbreak of the American Civil War ; they promptly entered the service. As early as the summer of , Porter visited Cairo, Illinois , organizing hospitals, distributing supplies, escorting volunteers, and seeing to the sick or wounded.
Sanitary Commission , which solicited food, medical dressings, and other supplies for use in frontline military hospitals. After the Battle of Shiloh in early April , Porter recognized that she would be more useful in the field. Pickering where Jeremiah was stationed. Porter followed the U. Army to the Battle of Atlanta. Charles McDougal, escorted the nurses to Savannah. Porter worked closely with Bickerdyke distributing supplies and caring for the sick.
Eliza helped treat the wounded in Memphis from the Battle of Vicksburg. Both Porter and Jeremiah were active reformers. Jeremiah met abolitionist Elijah Lovejoy in Alton, Illinois , for an anti-slavery convention,  and Porter educated children and veteran freedmen during and after the Civil War. In Austin, Texas , Porter established a Sunday school for freed slave children.