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...Chaplin, Jeremiah Jeremiah Chaplin was born in Rowley (now Georgetown), Massachusetts on January 1776. Born into a Baptist family, he decided to attend the College of Rhode Island (now Brown University) in Providence, where Jonathan Maxcy...
... Skepticism, ed. John R. Shook (Amherst, N.Y., 2010). Multi-Secularism: A New Agenda (New Brunswick, N.J., 2010). Neo-Humanist Statement of Secular Principles and Values: Personal, Progressive, and Planetary (Amherst, N.Y., 2011). Meaning and Value...
...Duparc, Jean-Baptiste Jean-Baptiste Duparc was born on 18 June 1676 in Chartres, France. After three years of study in classics, humanities, philosophy, and one year of study in theology, he became a Jesuit novice in 1695. During the period...
... in various countries. The ex-Jesuits in Maryland, including Bishop John Carroll, successfully petitioned to resume their vows with the existing Russian order in 1805. Carroll then began to reorganize Georgetown College, which he had founded in 1789...
...Jackson, Abner Abner Jackson was born near Washington, Pennsylvania on 4 November 1811. He attended Washington College in Pennsylvania for a time, but transferred to Washington College (now Trinity College) in Hartford, Connecticut. He...
...La Brosse, Jean-Baptiste de Jean-Baptiste de La Brosse was born on 30 April 1724 in Magnac, in Jauldes parish, in the department of Charente, France. He studied classics and humanities at the Jesuit college in Angoulême, and then he became...
...Gramlich, Francis William Francis W. Gramlich was born on 12 October 1911 in Buffalo, New York. He was educated at Princeton University, earning his BA summa cum laude in 1933, his MA in 1934, and his PhD in philosophy in 1936. His...
... degree from Harvard. In 1679 Andrew was appointed as a Tutor and Fellow at Harvard and taught there until 1684. He also occasionally served as acting president when Urian Oakes and John Rogers were away from Harvard. Among Andrew's...
...Andrews, John John Andrews was born on 4 April 1746 in Cecil County, Maryland near the present-day city of Elkton. His younger brother Robert Andrews was a professor at the College of Smith, William William and Mary. John entered...
...Smith, Samuel Stanhope x, Smith, John Blair John Blair Smith was an early President of Hampden-Sydney College and Union College. He was born on 12 June 1756 in Pequea in Lancaster Counter, Pennsylvania. His father was a minister who...