A History Of Dartmouth College And The Town Of Hanover New Hampshire Volume
Excerpt from A History of Dartmouth College, Vol. 1 of 2: And the Town of Hanover, New HampshireThis volume is almost wholly as it came from the author's hand. A few expressions have been changed, some parts have been slightly rearranged; but these changes are only such as the author himself would doubtless have made in a final revision. A few pas sages have been slightly enlarged, but mainly from the author's memoranda, and the Index has been pre pared.
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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 ChaseCollege and the town OF hanover, by Fred erick 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.