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Addeddate Pages: Our History. Our History. Chartered inPrinceton is the fourth-oldest college in the United States. The University has been led by 20 presidents, spanning colonial times to the 21st century. College of New Jersey founded in Elizabeth, New Jersey, by the Presbyterian Synod.
Rutgers University (officially known as Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) is an institution of higher learning with campuses across the State of New Jersey its main flagship campus in New Brunswick and Piscataway, and two other campuses in the cities of Newark and Camden, New Jersey.
The eighth of nine colleges established during the American colonial period, Rutgers was chartered. John Maclean, Jr., History of the College of New Jersey, From its Origin in to the Commencement ofVol. I (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., ), The original President’s House is now known as Maclean House.
John Maclean Jr., D.D. (March 3, – Aug ) was an American Presbyterian clergyman and educator who served as the tenth President of Princeton University, then known as the College of New n, the son of the first professor of chemistry at the College of New Jersey, grew up in Princeton, New attended the College and later Princeton Theological : March 3,Princeton, New Jersey.
 John Maclean, History of the College of New Jersey, from its Origin in to the Commencement of (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., ), Vol. I, p. James Carnahan. James Carnahan graduated from the College of New Jersey in After graduation, he worked as a tutor at the college before establishing his own classical seminary in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
InCarnahan was elected president of the College of New Jersey and served until —longer than any other Princeton president to date. From its origin in to the commencement of Band I.
Lippingcott & Co., Philadelphia The Princeton book: a series of sketches pertaining to the history, organization and present condition of the College of New Jersey. 15 For instance, the Rev. Samuel Stanhope Smith, a professor at Princeton, then called College of New Jersey, an institution founded in to train Presbyterian ministers.
He wrote An Essay on the Causes of the Variety of Complexion (Philadelphia, ).Cited by: John Maclean was a president of the College of New Jersey. Home. Log In Once logged in, you can add biography in the database. Directories Newly added. Create Biography.
Princeton University History. Princeton University Princeton, NJ Phone: () Princeton University History. Chartered inand known as the College of New Jersey untilit was British North America's fourth college.
lege of New Jersey, ), Transylvania College (), Dickinson College (), or Allegheny College (). Those colleges were founded by an ecclesiastical governing body of the Presbyterian Church, namely a synod. Similarly, the Episcopal colleges—such as Columbia College () and Trinity College (Hartford, )—and Dutch Reformed.
Place Names of Salem County is a good tool for those investigating the History of Salem County as well as an interesting Introduction to that topic.
Like almost all place name books it is possibly incomplete and on occasion irritatingly cryptic. Nevertheless, it is an indispensable guide to John Fenwick's county. New York Academy of Medicine, Committee on Military Surgery., creator Post, Alfred C.
(Alfred Charles), Van Buren, W. (William Holme), New York Academy of Medicine, Surgical Section. United States Sanitary Commission Creation Date:  Place Of Origin: District of Columbia [Washington, D.C.] Publisher.
The book, part of an Arcadia series on campus life, traces the University's history from its founding inwhen less than a dozen students attended classes in Elizabeth, N.J., in the home of the school's first president, Rev. Jonathan Dickinson. History of the early settlement and progress of Cumberland County, New Jersey: and of the currency of this and adjoining colonies () by Elmer, Lucius Q.
(Lucius Quintius Cincinnatus), The religious movement is also often credited with encouraging the creation of new institutions of higher learning. Princeton University, founded as the College of New Jersey ingrew out of the early revivalist William Tennent's Log College.
Early History of Mercer County, West Virginia. Mercer County was created by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on Mafrom parts of Giles and Tazewell counties (Virginia).
The county was named in honor of Brigadier-General Hugh Mercer (). He was born in Scotland and educated in medicine at Marischal College in Scotland.
Origin myths and theories Early Masonic sources. The earliest masonic texts each contain some sort of a history of the craft, or mystery, of oldest known work of this type, The Halliwell Manuscript, or Regius Poem, dates from between and This document has a brief history in its introduction, stating that the "craft of masonry" began with Euclid in Egypt, and came to.
John MacLean’s most popular book is Hometowns. Books by John MacLean. John MacLean Average rating 6 ratings 0 reviews shelved 19 times History of the College of New Jersey: From Its Origin in to the Commencement of ; Volume 1 by.
John MacLean. Early History of the College of New Jersey The beginnings of the College of New Jersey trace back towhen a charter was obtained from acting New Jersey governor John Hamilton.
The Reverend Samuel Blair Sr. was a member of the board of trustees from until he died in History of the Jersey Settlement (From History of Wautauga County.
Chapter VIII) First Light on the Jersey Settlement.-From a sketch of the Greene Family of Watauga, by the late Rev. Greene, Baptist missionary to China, we learn that "about the middle of the eighteenth century a colony moved from New Jersey and settled in Rowan County, North Carolina. History of the College of New Jersey: From Its Origin in to the Commencement ofVolume 1 by John Maclean; History of the College of New Jersey: From Its Origin in to the Commencement ofVolume 2 by John Maclean; History of the County of Hudson, New Jersey, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time by Charles H.
Winfield. He taught in various universities in France and for 12 years he taught at New York Medical College (Paramus, New Jersey) He was a District Governor of Rotary in France and an officer in many other humanitarian organizations.
InNicholas wrote the book, The Rule of the Order of the Templars. The First Families _____ From: Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from to By Joseph Addison Waddell These were the first few families that made up the first influx of primarily Irish settlers seeking prosperity in early Orange and Augusta County, Virginia.
Lists Date of Importation and Family Names: 22 Feb. Patrick Campbell (b.Ireland, d. 17 Mar.Augusta County.
College of New Jersey (Princeton) in ; and the Philadelphia Association of Baptists, having successfully launched a prepara-tory school in New Jersey inwere soon emboldened to dis-cuss plans for a college.
Their search for a suitable locale led. (VII) Jeremiah, only son of John and Margaret Field, was borndied Novemat Bound Brook, New Jersey. He came to New Jersey with his father inand was commissioned a lieutenant of militia in Middlesex county, Septem He was judge of the common plens and quarter session of the peace in Evangelical Presbyterians, allies of Whitefield, had founded the College of New Jersey (what became Princeton) inbut it was originally located some 80 miles from Philadelphia.
Franklin hardly envisioned the academy as a sectarian seminary, anyway. Statue of Benjamin Franklin in front of College. RUSH, Benjamin, a Delegate from Pennsylvania; born in Byberry Township, near Philadelphia, Pa., January 4, ; educated under private tutors and at a private school in Nottingham, Md.; was graduated from Princeton College in ; studied medicine in Philadelphia, Edinburgh, London, and Paris, and commenced practice in Philadelphia in August ; held several.
2 Maclean's History of the College of New Jersey, Vol. I, p. Such was the course of instruction taken by Dr. Caldwell, and such the educational system which prevailed in the first institutions for higher education established in North Carolina.
The College of New Jersey (later Princeton University) was founded in by New Side Presbyterians to train ministers. The drawing is from a brochure. "Aula Nassovica," the Latinized name for Nassau Hall, was the principal building of the College of New Jersey.
Courtesy of The Library of Congress, Rare Book & Special Collections. (William Nelson, Ed. Patents and Deeds and other early records of New Jersey,Reprint by Genealogical Publishing Company from Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol XXI: Page 75 of Reprint from Page of East Jersey Deeds, etc., Liber "A") March The title to the soil of the town of Hoosick comes from three original patents-the Hoosick, the Walloomsac and the Schneider.
The Hoosick patent was granted June 3,by Governor Thomas Dongan to Maria Van Rensselaer of Albany, Hendrick Van Ness of Albany, Gerrit Teunis Van Vechten of Kaatskill and Jacobus Van Courtlandt of New York. This patent covered betw acres and.
Bronck, of New Baltimore, New York, born J (VII) Dr. Andrew W. Van Slyke, eldest son of Ephraim T. and Mary (Van Derzee) Van Slyke, was born in New Baltimore, December 5, He prepared for the profession of medicine at Rutger's College, New Brunswick, New Jersey, attended Albany Medical College, where he was graduated M.
Inthe Philadelphia Presbyterian Synod secured a charter for the College of New Jersey, which in became Princeton College. Most of its first six presidents, Jonathan Edwards among them, had been prominent preachers in the revival movement.
Inmembers of the Dutch Reformed Church founded Queen’s College, which sixty years. Princeton, This school, originally called “The College of New Jersey,” sprang up in part from the impact of the First Great Awakening.
It also retained its evangelical vigor longer than any other Ivy League school. In fact, Princeton’s presidents were evangelical until at least the turn of the Twentieth Century, as also many of the.WHEN JONATHAN EDWARDS REACHED MANHOOD in the ’s, New England had been settled by Englishmen for a hundred years.
The area was conscious of its historical roots, and Cotton Mather, the famous Puritan preacher, had produced a monumental history of New England, Magnalia Christi Americana (). Mather’s work was intended as a religious history of the colonies, but it reports on .