The History Of Dartmouth College Classic Reprint
Excerpt from Memoirs of the Rev. Eleazer Wheelock, D.D. Founder and President of Dartmouth College and Moor's Charity School: With a Summary History of the College and School, to Which Are Added, Copious Extracts From Dr. Wheelock's Correspondence To be useful, Biography should bestow her commendations only on those, who are wise and good. The pages, which in strains of panegyric, celebrate the crimes of Conquerors, who are spreading carnage and misery through the nations, kindle the sparks of a similar ambition, and inflame the most malignant passions in the breast of the Reader.
Excerpt from The History of Dartmouth College In the preparation of this work the writer has deemed it better to let history, as far as possible, tell its own story, regarding reliability as preferable to unity of style. The imperfect records of all our older literary institutions, limit their written history, in large measure, to a record of the lives and labors of their teachers.
Excerpt from A History of Dartmouth College, 1815 1909: Being the Second Volume of a History of Dartmouth College and the Town of Hanover, New Hampshire, Begun by Frederick Chase The first volume of the "History of Dartmouth College and the Town of Hanover," by Frederick Chase, appeared more than twenty years ago. The second volume, carrying on the history of the College but not of the Town, owes much to him.