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The University of Minnesota

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Excerpt from The University of Minnesota: An Historical SketchSomething had been saved. And on March 9, 1867, the Legislature vot... Weiterlesen
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Excerpt from The University of Minnesota: An Historical Sketch

Something had been saved. And on March 9, 1867, the Legislature voted its first cash appropriation for higher education to repair and furnish the University building, which since the 50's had stood unoccupied and crumbling. In October of that year Principal W. W. Washburn and two assistants began teaching. These assistants were Gabriel Campbell and Ira Moore. A goodly number of students, chie y from the families in the neighborhood of the University, enrolled themselves in the new school. The work of this preparatory department was carried on for two years with such eminent success and satisfaction that it was felt by the Regents that the time had come to enlarge the field of instruction and correspondingly to increase the teaching force.

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Titel: The University of Minnesota
Untertitel: An Historical Sketch (Classic Reprint)
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EAN: 9780483479210
ISBN: 0483479217
Format: Fester Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 84
Gewicht: 272g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T9mm
Jahr: 2018