In 1843 terms at Westbrook Seminary were eleven weeks each, and there were four terms a year.
Cost per term was $4 or $5, depending upon the course of study.
Zelia's studies included Moral Philosophy, chemistry and botany.
The faculty was small consisting of George W. True, headmaster, and his assistant Moses B. Walker.
Zelia enjoyed True's lectures and the study of flower structure within her botany classes.
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