A city of northeast Massachusetts on the Merrimack River northwest of Boston. Settled in 1653, it was as soon as a significant textile center and from now on features diversified companies. Populace: 103,000.
Lowell, Abbott Lawrence 1856-1943. United states educator and president (1909-1933) of Harvard University. He wrote Essays on Government (1889) and Conflicts of Principle (1932).
Lowell, Amy 1874-1925. United states poet. A leader for the imagists, she had written a few amounts of poetry, including Sword Blades and Poppy Seed (1914).
Lowell, James Russell 1819-1891. American editor, poet, and diplomat. He edited the Atlantic Monthly (1857-1861) and served as U.S. minister to Spain (1877-1880) and Great Britain (1880-1885).
Lowell, Percival 1855-1916. Us astronomer. He founded the Lowell Observatory in Arizona (1894), where their studies of Mars led him to think that the planet had been populated.
Lowell, Robert Traill Spence, Jr. 1917-1977. Us poet whoever works include Life researches (1959) and also the Dolphin (1973), that he won a Pulitzer reward.