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Universities and their sons history, influence and characteristics of American universities, with biographical sketches and portraits of alumni and recipients of honorary degrees. by Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain

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Published by R. Herndon company in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Harvard University -- History.,
  • Yale University -- History.,
  • Princeton University -- History.,
  • Columbia University -- History.,
  • Universities and colleges -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Special editors approved by authorities of the respective universities: Harvard, William Roscoe Thayer, Yale, Charles Henry Smith: Princeton, John De Witt, Jesse Lynch Williams: Columbia, J. Howard Van Amringe. Biographical editors, Charles E. L. Wingate, Albert Lee, Jesse Lynch Williams and Henry G. Paine.

StatementEditor-in-chief, General Joshua L. Chamberlain ... Introduction by W. T. Harris...
ContributionsThayer, William Roscoe, 1859-1923., Smith, Charles Henry, 1842-1933., De Witt, John, 1842-1923., Williams, Jesse Lynch, 1871-1929., Van Amringe, John Howard., Wingate, Charles E. L. b. 1861., Lee, Albert, 1868-, Paine, Henry Gallup, 1859-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLA225 .C44
The Physical Object
Pagination5 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22993890M

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