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by Richard Harlan Thomas,C. William Heywood

eBook Cornell College: A Sesquicentennial History 1853-2003 epub
  • ISBN: 0971832358
  • Author: Richard Harlan Thomas,C. William Heywood
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wdg Pub; Slp edition (May 30, 2004)
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Part of the reason Heywood & Thomas set out to write this two volume set was because a scholarly history of the college had never been done

Cornell College: A Sesquicentennial History, 1853-2003. by. C. William Heywood, Richard Harlan Thomas. Part of the reason Heywood & Thomas set out to write this two volume set was because a scholarly history of the college had never been done. Throughout the years there had been various spotty histories: Ada G. Sherewood's "At Old Cornell", William Fletcher King's "Reminiscences", or William Harmon Norton's unpublished manuscript detailing his 75 years at Cornell as a student, faculty member, and trustee, but none had ever tried to tell the story of the whole college.

Cornell College : A Sesquicentennial History, 1853-2003. by Richard Harlan Thomas and C. William Heywood. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780971832350.

Thomas Cornell, Sr (c. 1595 – c. 1655) was one of the earliest settlers of Boston (1638), Rhode Island (1643) and the Bronx and a contemporary of Roger Williams and the family of Anne Hutchinson. He is the ancestor of a number of Americans prominent in business, politics, and education, as well as a Prime Minister of Canada. Cornell born, was christened 24 March 1591/92 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England and died in Portsmouth, Rhode Island on 8 February 1654/55.

Home About History of the Cornell Mathematics Department Sesquicentennial Historical Notes, Chapter I. .Andrew Dickson White studied at Geneva College (now, Hobart and William Smith Colleges) before transferring to Yale in 1850 and graduating in 1853

Home About History of the Cornell Mathematics Department Sesquicentennial Historical Notes, Chapter I: 1865-1895. Charter Day, April 27, 1865, and the The First Decade, 1868-1878. The Cornell University Charter was signed into law on April 27, 1865. Andrew Dickson White studied at Geneva College (now, Hobart and William Smith Colleges) before transferring to Yale in 1850 and graduating in 1853. After traveling to Europe (Paris, Moscow, Berlin), he returned to Yale, earned an . in history in 1856, and taught history at Michigan University from 1857 to 1860.

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Cornell College: A Sesquicentennial History, 1853-2003, by C. William Heywood and Richard Harlan Thomas. Volume one, authored by Heyw^ood, examines the 114 years from tfie founding of the college in 1853 until 1967. Volume two, by Thomas, ti-averses the 36 years from 1967 to 2003. Cornell, like hundreds of colleges across the United States, was founded in the nineteenth century by evangelical Protestants, in this case Methodists, who sought to evangelize and civilize the frontier.

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Cornell College is a private liberal arts college in Mount Vernon, Iowa. Originally called the Iowa Conference Seminary, the school was founded in 1853 by Reverend Samuel M. Fellows. Four years later, in 1857, the name was changed to Cornell College, in honor of iron tycoon William Wesley Cornell, who was a distant relative of Ezra Cornell (founder of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York).

By its sesquicentennial in 2003 the College welcomed students, faculty, trustees and staff, including senior .

By its sesquicentennial in 2003 the College welcomed students, faculty, trustees and staff, including senior administrative staff, of all faiths, or no faith. It required no worship activity of students or faculty, nor any test or affirmation of faith. The majority of its governing Board was selected without regard to religion. Some may find this a narrative of religious disengagement; others will see in Cornell’s story a history of continual modification and development of the Protestantism of a small college.

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