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Dec 21, · How Harvard Drove a Wedge Into Football. Harvard class of , later explained how an opportunistic surveillance conducted by one Yale man a continent away nearly defeated its purpose Author: Terry Jeffrey. George Washington Bartlett, // Charles Ammi Cutter, Charles Ammi Cutter received his AB from Harvard in and completed the course of study at the Divinity School in While a student at the Divinity School, he served as its librarian.
Funded by: Class of This window shows the Elizabethan poet Sir Philip Sidney wearing a costume of black doublet and britches and hose with a high white ruff at his neck and a dark red cloak off his shoulders. At his left side hangs a sword crossing down behind his legs. He graduated from Harvard College in , studied at Harvard Divinity School () and graduated from Andover Theological Seminary in He served the Crombie Street Church in Salem () and as Chaplain of the 40 th Regiment Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteers (). At Andover, he was Professor of Sacred Literature ().
The early 19th century was a time of student unrest at Harvard. Perhaps in reaction to the disturbances and protest of previous classes, Faculty Records vol. IX tell that President Kirkland announced early on in the Class of 's college years that no students were to have any meeting for the purpose of eating or drinking in college. Dorm Decor Student style from the Gilded Age to the cyber era "Thus, whatever be the season or weather, you can always find enjoyment and comfort in College rooms. There is a kind of independence about a residence in them which can never be acquired elsewhere.
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Get this from a library. Report of the Class of in Harvard College. [Francis H Brown; Harvard College (). Class of ]. REPORT OF THE CLASS OF IN HARVARD COLLEGE \ \ 5h^]3^ CAMBRIDGE THE UNIVERSITY PRESS CLASS COMMITTEE FRANCIS H.
BROWN, Secretary FRANCIS BARTLETT ROBERT M. MORSE 7 s PREFACE /^NCE more the Class Secretary presents a report of ^^ the Class of Fifty-Seven. The compiler gratefully acknowledges the kindness of all those members of the Class who have aided him in the preparation of the Report ; and he is especially indebted to Folsom and Welles, who have supervised his manuscript.
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Wolo’s tribe—the Kru—were a seafaring people dispersed mainly along the coast of Liberia. Son of the Reverend Wareham Williams and Abigail (Leonard) Williams of Waltham, MA, Samuel Williams, graduated from Harvard College in He traveled with Harvard's Professor John Winthrop to Newfoundland in to observe the transit of Venus.
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