Dr. Howe, the scientist

The work of founding Belmont Hill effectively brought to an end Dr. Howe’s work as a scientist and leading authority on dragonflies. Nonetheless, nearly a hundred years later, a controversy involving him as a principal over the naming of a dragonfly resurfaced: H....

Dr. Howe’s Harvard 25th Reunion Report

Dr. Howe graduated from Noble & Greenough School in 1893 but did not enter Harvard until the fall of 1897 with the Class of 1901. During most of the intervening years he worked at the Plymouth Cordage Company in Plymouth, MA, to raise the money for college. Dr....

New Look; New Section

After a long period of inactivity, The Golden Sextant returns with a new look and a new section. We have moved from our original PageMill platform to WordPress, thanks to some help from Boston Web Company, a Belmont neighbor.

BIS Motion to Amend

The following motion and supporting memorandum were filed on Thursday, April 4, 2002.   UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT District of Massachusetts Civil Action No. 00-CV-12485-RCL ___________________________________________ ) Reginald H. Howe, ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) )...

Commentary15

October 27, 2000. The BIS and Greenspan: Freezing-Out the U.S. Constitution With this commentary, The Golden Sextant introduces another new site feature: BIS: Bank for Intervention and Subversion. Today, with the U.S. Federal Reserve occupying and voting its two board...