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Nathaniel Wilson Leighton, M.D. See Medical Class of 1857.

George Lothrop Lewis, A.M. See Class of 1901.

George Thomas Little, Litt.D. See Class of 1877.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, LL.D., D.C.L. See Class of 1825.
Nathaniel Edward Loomis. B.S., Beloit, 1908; M.S., Syracuse,
1909; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1911. b. 16 Mar., 1888, Grand Rapids,
Wis. Inst., Chemistry, 19 11-.

William Edward Lunt, Ph.D. See Class of 1904.

John Norris McClintock, A.M. See Class of 1867.

James Lukens McConaughy. A.M., 1911; A.B., Yale, 1909. b.



Officers of Instruction 37

21 Oct., 1887, New York City. Inst., English, and Secretary Y. M.
C. A., 1909-.

Roswell Cheney McCrea. A.B., Haverford, 1897; A.M., Cornell,
1900; Ph.D., Univ. Penn., 1901. b. 30 July, 1876, Norristown,
Penn. Inst., Economics, Trinity Coll., Hartford, Conn., 1902-03.
Daniel B. Fayerweather Prof., Econ. and Sociology, 1903-07. Assoc.
Director, N. Y. Sch. Philanthropy, 1907-11. Prof., Economics, Univ.
Penn., 1911-.

William MacDonald. A.B., Harvard, 189 2; Ph.D., Union, 1895;
LL.D., Univ. New Brunswick, 1900. b. 31 July, 1863, Providence,
R. I. Prof., Hist, and Econ., Worcester Polytech. Inst., 1892-93.
Prof., History and Political Sci., 1893-1901. Prof., Amer. Hist.,
Brown, 19 01-.

Edward Joseph McDonough, A.B., M.D. See Medical Class of
1892.

William McDougall, A.M., M.D. See Class of 1820.

George Stover Machan, A.M., M.D. See Class of 1893.

Charles Howard Mcllwain. A.B., Princeton, 1894; A.M., Prince-
ton, 1898; A.M., Harvard, 1903; Ph.D., Harvard, 1911. b. 15 Mar.,
1871, Saltsburg, Penn. Prof., History, Miami, 1903-05; Preceptor,
Princeton, 1905-10. Thomas B. Reed Professor, History and Politi-
cal Science, 1910-11. Asst. Prof., History, Harvard, 19 11-.

John Alexander Mcintosh, A.M. See Class of 1855.

James McKeen, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1817.

Benjamin Pickman Mann. A.B., Harvard, 1870. b. 30 Apr.,
1848, Newton, Mass. Instructor, Botany, 1877. Asst. Entomolo-
gist, U. S. Dept. Agr., 1881-86. Asst. Examiner, U. S. Patent Office,
1887-.

William Henry Martin. M.D., Dartmouth, 1851. b. 6 Dec, 1823,
GoffsLown, N. H. Demonstrator, Anatomy, 1861-62. Physician,
Godfrey, 111., 1860-82. d. 1 Mar., 1882.

John Ernst Matzke. A.B., Hope Coll., 1882; Ph.D., Johns Hop-
kins, 1888. b. 20 Oct., 1862, Breslau, Germany. College Prof, of
French, 1889-90. Prof., Romance Lang., Indiana Univ., 1890-91;
Associate, Johns Hopkins, 1891-93. Prof., Romanic Lang., Leland
Stanford, Jr., Univ., 1893-1910. d. 18 Sept., 1910, City of Mexico.

Enos Merrill, A.M. See Class of 1808.

Alfred Mitchell Merriman, A.M., M.D. See Class of 1892.

Alphonso Clyde Merryman, A.M. See Class of 1904.

Alfred Mitchell, M.D., LL.D. See Class of 1859.

Alfred Mitchell, Jr., A.B., M.D. See Class of 1895.

W T ilmot Brookings Mitchell, A.M. See Class of 1890.

William Albion Moody, A.M. See Class of 1882.

Charles Henry Moore, A.M. See Class of 1870.

Roland Banks Moore, M.D. See Medical Class of 1907.

William Moran. M.D., Vanderbilt, 1901. b. 12 Nov., 1869, Bid-
deford, Me. Clinical Asst., Diseases of the Eye, 1909-. Oculist,
Portland, Me., 1908-.

Berton Charles Morrill, b. 21 Nov., 1879, Belgrade, Me. Asst.,
Physical Training, 19 08-. Student, Medical Sch. Me., 19 11-.



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Edward Sylvester Morse. Ph.D., 1871; A.M., Harvard, 1892. b.
18 June, 1838, Portland, Me. Prof., Comparative Anat. and Zool-
ogy, 1870-74. Prof., Zoology, Imperial Univ., Japan, 1877-80.
Director, Peabody Acad, of Sci., Salem, Mass., 1880-.

Frank Purinton Morse, A.M. See Class of 1890.

Albert Roscoe Moulton, M.D. See Medical Class of 1876.

Augustus Freedom Moulton, A.M. See Class of 1873.

Willis Bean Moulton, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1899.

Willis Bryant Moulton, A.M., M.D. See Medical Class of 1883.

Reuben Dimond Mussey. A.B., Dartmouth, 1803; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1806; also Harvard, 1809; M.B., Dartmouth, 1806; M.D.,
Dartmouth, 1812; also Univ. Penn., 1809; LL.D., Dartmouth, 1854.
b. 23 June, 1780, Pelham, N. H. Physician, Salem, Mass. Prof.,
Theor. and Pract. Med., Mat. Med., and Therap., Dartmouth, 1814-
20. Prof., Obst., Dartmouth, 1814-38. Prof., Anat. and Surg.,
Dartmouth, 1822-38. Lecturer, Anat. and Surg., 1831-35. Prof.,
Surg, and Obst., Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., 1836-38. Prof., Surg.,
Med. Coll., Ohio, 1838-52; also Miami Med. Coll., 1852-57. d. 21
June, 1866, Boston, Mass.

Everett Thornton Nealey, M-D. See Medical Class of 18 83.

Samuel Phillips Newman. A.B., Harvard, 1816; A.M., Harvard,
1819. b. 6 June, 1797, Andover, Mass. Tutor, 1818-19; Prof.,
Latin and Greek, 1819-24; Rhetoric and Oratory, 1824-39. Prin.,
State Normal Sch., Barre, Mass., 1839-42. d. 10 Feb., 1842, An-
dover, Mass.

Paul Nixon. A.B., Wesleyan, 1904; A.M., Wesleyan, 1905. b. 23
May, 1882, Des Moines, Iowa. Rhodes Scholar, Oxford, 1904-07.
Inst., Classics, Princeton, 1907-08; Latin and Greek, Dartmouth,
1908-09. Asst. Prof., Classics and History, 1909-11; Professor,
1911-.

A. E. Noel-Hope. A.M. Provisional Instructor, French, 1873.

Andrews Norton. A.M., 1815; A.B., Harvard, 1804; A.M., Har-
vard, 1807. b. 31 Dec, 1786, Hingham, Mass. Tutor, 1809-10.
Librarian, Harvard, 1813-21; Prof., Sacred Lit., Harvard, 1819-30.
d. 18 Sept., 1853, Newport, R. I.

Amos Nourse. A.B., Harvard, 1812; A.M., Harvard, 1815; M.D.,
Harvard, 1817. b. 17 Dec, 1794, Bolton, Mass. Physician, Hallo-
well, Me., 1819-44; Bath, Me., 1844-77. Lecturer, Obstetrics, 1846-
53; Professor, 1853-66. U. S. Senate, 1857. d. 7 Apr., 1877.

Joseph Ernest Odiorne, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1898.

Daniel Oliver. A.B., Harvard, 1806; A.M., Harvard, 1809; M.D.,
Univ. Penn., 1810; A.M., Dartmouth, 1821; LL.D., Hobart, 1838.
b. 9 Sept., 1787, Marblehead, Mass. Prof., Theor. and Pract. Med.,
Dartmouth, 1820-36; also Mat. Med. and Therap., Dartmouth, 1820-
37. Lect., Theory and Practice of Physic, 1827-28. Prof., Intell.
Philos., Dartmouth, 1828-37. Prof., Cincinnati Med. Coll., 1840-42.
d. 1 June, 1842, Cambridge, Mass.

Alpheus Spring Packard, D.D. See Class of 1816.

Edward Newman Packard, D.D. See Class of 1862.

Robert Lawrence Packard, A.M. See Class of 1868.



Officers of Instruction 39^



William Alfred Packard, Ph.D., D.D. See Class of 1851.

Alonzo Benjamin Palmer. M.D., Coll. Phys. and Surg., West
Dist., N. Y., 1839; A.M., Univ. Nashville, 1855; LL.D., Univ. Mich.,
1881. b. 6 Oct., !Si5, Richfield, N. Y. Physician, Chicago. Prof.,
Mat. Med. and Ther., Dis. Women and Children, Univ. Mich., 1854-
60. Surg., 2nd Mich. Vols., 1861. Prof., Theor. and Pract. Med.,
Univ. Mich., 1860-80. Lecturer, Theory and Practice Med., 1869-
70; Prof., Path, and Therapeutics, 1870-73; Path, and Prac. Med
1873-79. d. 23 Dec, 1887, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Edward Hazen Parker. A.B., Dartmouth, 1846; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1849; A.M., Trinity, 1859; M.D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1848.
b. 7 Mar., 1823, Boston, Mass. Demonstrator, Anatomy, 1848-49.
Prof., Phys. and Path., N. Y. Med. Coll., 1853-55; Anatomy, 1855-
56. Physician, Concord, N. H., 1849-53; New York City, 1853-58;
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1858-96. d. 10 Nov., 1896.

John Clement Parker, A.M., M.D. See Class of 1886.

Nathan Parker. A.M., 1815; D.D., 1823. A.B., Harvard, 1803;
A.M., Harvard, 1806. b. 5 June, 1782, Reading, Mass. Tutor,
1805-07. Pastor, Portsmouth, N. H. d. 8 Nov., 1833.

Joseph Cleaveland Pearson, A.M. See Class of 1900.

Ernest Mondell Pease. A.B., Univ. Col., 1882; A.M., Univ. Col.„
1885; LL.D., Univ. Col., 1902. b. 24 Dec, 1859, West Union, Iowa.
Fellow, Johns Hopkins, 1884-86. Instr., Latin, Smith College, 1886.
Winkley Professor, Latin Language and Literature, 1886-91. Prof.,
Latin, Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ., 1891-1902. Pres., American
Planograph Co. Res., Rye, N. Y.

Edmund Randolph Peaslee. A.B., Dartmouth, 1836; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1839; M.D., Yale, 1840; LL.D., Dartmouth, 1859. b. 22
Jan., 1814, Newton, N. H. Prof., Anat. and Phys., Dartmouth,
1841-69. Lect., Anat. and Surg., 1843-45; Professor, 1845-57;
Lect., Surg., 1857-60. Prof., Path, and Phys., N. Y. Med. Coll.,
1852-56; also Prof., Obst., 1856-60. Prof., Obst. and Dis. Women,
Dartmouth, 1870-73; Dis. Women, Dartmouth, 1873-78; also Belle-
vue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1874-78. d. 21 Jan., 1878, New York City.

William Perry. A.B., Harvard, 1811; A.M., Harvard, 1814; M.D.,.
Harvard, 1814. b. 20 Dec, 1788, Norton, Mass. Physician, Exeter,.
N. H. Lecturer, Theory and Practice of Physic, 1836-37. d. 1L
Jan., 1887.

Richard Pike, A.M. See Class of 1836.

Samuel John Pike, A.M. See Class of 1847.

Harold Ashton Pingree, M.D. See Medical Class of 1901.

Barrett Potter, A.M. See Class of 1878.

Gustav Adolf Pudor. A.B., Harvard, 1886; M.D., Harvard, 1892..
b. 31 Aug., 1864, Portland, Me. Inst., Dermatology, 1903-11; Lec-
turer, 19 11-. Physician, Portland, 1892-.

Charles Selwyn Rich, A.B. See Class of 1892.

Wentworth Ricker Richardson. M.D., Dartmouth, 1852. b. Po-
land, Me. Demonstrator, Anatomy, 1852-53. Physician, Portland,
Me., 1856-61. Surg., 1st Me. Regt., 1861. Asst. Surg., U. S. N. d.
20 July, 1864, Norfolk, Va.



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Truman Rickard. A.B., Dartmouth, 1842; A.M., Dartmouth,
1845; M.D., Dartmouth, 1847. b. 12 Feb., 1814, Cornish, N. H.
Demonstrator, Anatomy, 1847-48. Physician, d. 8 Aug., 1861,
Woburn, Mass.

Charles Augustus Ring, A.M., M.D. See Class of 1868.

Guy Hall Roberts. A.B., Univ. Minn., 1899; A.M., Harvard,
1901; Ph.D., Harvard, 1904. b. 8 Dec, 1877, Minneapolis, Minn.
Asst., Govt., Harvard, 1902-04. Inst., History, 1904-05. Asst.
Prof., Political Sci., Univ. Cal., 1906-08. d. 14 Nov., 1908, Oakland,
Cal.

Carl Merrill Robinson, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1908.

Daniel Arthur Robinson, A.M., M.D. See Class of 1873.

Franklin Clement Robinson, A.M., LL.D. See Class of 1873.

Henry Robinson. A.M., 1817; A.B., Yale, 1811; A.M., Yale, 1814.
T>. 20 Dec, 1788, Guilford, Conn. Tutor, 1816-17. Pastor, Morris,
'Conn., 1823-29; Suffield, Conn., 1831-37; B. Putnam, Conn., 1838-
45; Plainfleld, Conn., 1847-56. Res., Guilford, Conn., 1856-78. d.
14 Sept., 1878.

William Chaffee Robinson. M.D., New York Univ., 1849. b. 27
INbv., 1822, Chaplin, Conn. Physician, Portland, Me., 1849-72.
Lecturer, Mat. Med. and Therapeutics, 1861-62; Professor, 1862-69;
J>rof., Obst. and Dis. Women and Children, 1869-72. d. 30 June,
1872.

Joseph Roby. A.B., Brown, 1828; A.M., Brown, 1831; M.D., Har-
vard, 1831. b. 25 Aug., 1807, Boston, Mass. Physician, Boston.
Lecturer, Anat. and Surg., 1837-38; Professor, 1838-42. Prof.,
Theor. and Pract. Med., Dartmouth, 1841-49. Prof., Anat. and
Phys., Univ. Maryland, 1849-59. d. 3 June, 1860, Baltimore, Md.

Charles Greene Rockwood. A.M., 1869; A.B., Yale, 1864; A.M.,
Yale, 1867; Ph.D., Yale, 1866; A.M., Princeton, 1896. b. 11 Jan.,
1843, New York City. Prof., Math, and Natl. Philos., 1868-73.
Prof., Math, and Astron., Rutgers Coll., 1873-77. Prof., Math.,
Princeton, 1877-1905; Prof. Emeritus, 1905-.

Nathaniel William Taylor Root. A.M., Yale, 1864. b. 24 Nov.,
1829, New Haven, Conn. Pastor, Lonsdale, R. I., 1860-65; Newtown,
L. I., 1865-68; Portland, Me., 1868-72. Chaplain, 9th Reg. R. I.
Vols., 1861. Inst., Drawing, 1871-72. d. 14 Dec, 1872.

William Russell. A.M., Univ. Glasgow, b. 28 Apr., 179 8, Glas-
gow, Scotland. Inst., Elocution, 1858-62. Elocutionist, d. 17 May,
1873, Lancaster, Mass.

Thomas Taunton Sabine. A.B., Columbia, 1861; A.M., Columbia,
1864; M.D., Columbia, 1864. b. 1841? Lect., Anat. and Phys.,
1870-71; Prof., Anat., 1871-72. Asst. Dem., Anat., Columbia, 1866-
70; Adj. Prof., 1871-79; Prof., 1879-88. Physician, New York City.
d. 23 Aug., 1888.

Joseph Prentiss Sanger. A.M., 1872. b. 4 May, 1840, Detroit,
Mich. Lieut., 1 Art., U. S. A., 1861; Capt., 1875; Maj., 1889; Lieut.
'Col., 1898; Col., 1901; Brig. Gen., 1902; Maj. Gen., Ret., 1904.
Brig. Gen., U. S. V., 1898.

Dudley Allen Sargent, M.D., Sc.D. See Class of 1875.



Officers of Instruction 41

Jonathan French Scott. A.B., Rutgers, 1902; A.M., Rutgers,
1905. b. 10 Dec, 1882, Newark, N. J. Asst., Education, Univ.
Wis., 1906-08; Eng. Hist., 1908-09. Inst., History, 1909-10. Inst.,
Hist, of Education, Univ. Chicago, 19 10-.

Roderick Scott. A.B., Haverford, 1906; A.M., Haverford, 1907.
b. 12 July, 1885, Auburn, N. Y. Asst., Eng., Haverford, 1906-07.
Inst., Eng., and Secy., Y. M. C. A., 1908-09. Asst. Prof., English,
Earlham Coll., 1909-.

Freedom Seaver. M.D., Harvard, 1822. Asst. Demonstrator,
Anatomy, 1821-22. Physician, Dover, N. H. d.

Henry Hill Seavey, M.D. See Medical Class of 1862.

James Blake Severy, M.D. See Medical Class of 1865.

John Smith Sewall, D.D. See Class of 1850.

Jotham Bradbury Sewall, S.T.D. See Class of 1848.

Kenneth Charles Morton Sills, A.M. See Class of 1901.

Henry Boody Skolfteld, A.B. See Class of 1887.

Harlan Page Small, A.B., LL.B. See Class of 1895.

Richard Dresser Small. A.B., Harvard, 1894; M.D., Harvard,
1898. b. 15 Mar., 1872, Portland, Me. Physician, Portland, 1898-.
Demonstrator, Histology, 1903-09; Inst., Obstetrics, 1905-.

Alpheus Wilson Smith. A.B., West Va. Univ., 1900; A.M., Har-
vard, 1903; Ph.D., Harvard, 1906. b. 15 Jan., 1876, Philippi, W.
Va. Instructor, Physics, 1906. Inst., Physics, Haverford, 1906-07;
Univ. Wis., 1907-09. Asst. Prof., Physics, Ohio State Univ., 1909-.

Charles Dennison Smith, A.M., M.D. See Medical Class of 1879.

Charles Henry Smith. LL.D., 1894; A.B., Yale, 1865. b. 14 May,
1842, Beirut, Syria. Tutor, Yale, 1867-69. Prof., Mathematics,
1874-87; Hist, and Pol. Sci., 1887-90. Prof., American Hist., Yale,
1890-1910; Prof. Emeritus, 1910-.

Harry DeForest Smith, A.M. See Class of 1891.

Henry Boynton Smith, D.D., LL.D. See Class of 1834.

Nathan Smith. M.B., Harvard, 1790; A.M., Dartmouth, 1798;
M.D., Dartmouth, 1801; also Harvard, 1811. b. 13 Sept., 1762,
Rehoboth, Mass. Prof., Theor. and Pract. Med., Dartmouth, 1798-
1813; also Anat. and Surg., Dartmouth, 1798-1810. Prof., Theor.
and Pract. Med., Surg, and Obst., Yale, 1813-29. Prof., Theory and
Practice Medicine, 1820-25. Lect., Med. and Surg., Univ. Vt., 1822-
25. d. 26 Jan., 1829, New Haven, Conn.

Warren Rufus Smith, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1890.

Egbert Coffin Smyth, D.D., LL.D. See Class of 1848.

Frederick King Smyth, A.M. See Class of 1867.

William Smyth, D.D. See Class of 1822.

Benjamin Poor Snow, A.M. See Class of 1855.

Charles Wilhert Snow, A.B. See Class of 1907.

Frederic Southgate, A.B. See Class of 1810.

James Alfred Spalding. A.B., Dartmouth, 1866; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1869; M.D., Harvard, 1870. b. 20 Aug., 1846, Portsmouth,
N. H. Physician, Portland, Me., 1873-. Clinical Inst., Ophthalmol-
ogy and Otology, 19 06-.



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Charles Chesley Springer, A.B. See Class of 1874.

Franklin Staples. M.D., Columbia, 1862. b. 9 Nov., 1833, Casco,
Me. Demonstrator, Anat., 1861-62. Physician, Winona, Minn.,
1862-1904. Prof., Practice of Medicine, Univ. Minn., 1883-87. d.
23 Feb., 1904.

Carl Hervey Stevens, M.D. See Medical Class of 1911.

Cyrus Stone, D.D. See Class of 1857.

Ralph Bushnell Stone, A.M. See Class of 1902.

John Parker Boyd Storer, A.M. See Class of 1812.

Calvin Ellis Stowe, D.D. See Class of 1824.

William Sweetser. A.B., Harvard, 1815; A.M., Harvard, 1818;
M.D., Harvard, 1818. b. 8 Sept., 1797, Boston, Mass. Prof., Theor.
and Pract. Med., Univ. Vt., 1825-32. Lect., Theory and Practice
Physic, 1833, 1841-45; Professor, 1845-50; Prof., Theor. and Prac.
Med., 1850-61. Prof., Institutes and Pract. Med., Hobart Coll.,
1849-55. d. 14 Oct., 1875, New York City.

Benjamin Tappan, D.D. See Overseers.

James Brainerd Taylor. A.B., Harvard, 186 7; A.M., Harvard,
1870. b. 23 Aug., 1845, Boston, Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1871.
Provisional Prof., Elocution and Oratory, 1871-73. Teacher, Bos-
ton, Mass., 1873-.

John Searle Tenney, LL.D. See Class of 1816.

Addison Sanford Thayer, A.B., M.D. See Medical Class of 1886.

William Widgery Thomas, LL.D. See Class of 18 60.

Herbert Ellery Thompson, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1903.

John Budd Thompson, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1896.

John Franklin Thompson, A.M., M.D. See Medical Class of 1886.

Philip Pickering Thompson. A.B., Dartmouth, 1902; M.D., Johns
Hopkins, 1906. b. 29 Apr., 1881, Portland, Me. Asst. Demonstra-
tor, Anat., 1908-11; Inst., Embryology, 1911-. Physician, Portland,
1908-.

Walter Eaton Tobie, M.D. See Medical Class of 1899.

Albert Walter Tolman, A.M. See Class of 1888.

Charles Cutler Torrey, Ph.D., D.D. See Class of 1884.

William Packard Tucker, D.D. See Class of 1854.

Herbert Francis Twitchell, M.D. See Medical Class of 1883.

Thomas Cogswell Upham. A.B., Dartmouth, 1818; A.M., Dart-
mouth, 1821; D.D., Wesleyan, 1843; LL.D., Rutgers, 1870. b. 30
Jan., 1799, Deerfield, N. H. Andover Theol. Sem., 1821. Inst., Sac.
Lit., Andover, 1821-23. Pastor, Rochester, N. H., 1823-24. Prof.,
Mental and Mor. Phil., 1824-67; Prof. Emeritus, 1867-72. d. 1
Apr., 1872, New York City.

George Leonard Vose. A.M., 1876. b. 19 Apr., 1831, Augusta,
Me. Civil Engineer, 1850-71. Inst., Civil Engineering, 1871-72;
Professor, 1872-81. Prof., Civil Engineering, Mass. Inst. Tech.,
1881-86. Pres., Boston Society Civil Engineers, 1884-87. Res.,
Paris, Me.; Brunswick, Me. d. 30 Mar., 1910.

Francis Everett Webb, A.B. See Class of 1853.

Fred Paterson Webster, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1910.



Officers Of Instruction 43

Ambrose Herbert Weeks, M.D. See Medical Class of 1893.

Stephen Holmes Weeks. A.M., 1889; M.D., Univ. Penn., 1864;
LL.D., Amherst, 1905. b. 6 Oct., 1835, Cornish, Me. Physician,
Portland, Me., 1864-1909. Lecturer, Anatomy, 1876-77; Professor,
1877-82; Prof., Surgery, 1882-1905; Prof. Emeritus, 1905-09. d. 1
Sept., 1909.

Francis Joseph Welch, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1903.

David Collin Wells. A.B., Yale, 1880; A.M., Dartmouth, 1907.
b. 23 Sept., 1858, Fayetteville, N. Y. Andover Theol. Sem., 1885.
Prof., History and Pol. Sci., 1890-93. Prof., Sociology, Dartmouth,
1893-1911. d. 11 June, 1911.

Ebenezer Wells, M.D. See Medical Class of 1823.

John Doane Wells. A.B., Harvard, 1817; A.M., Harvard, 1820;
M.D., Harvard, 1820; also Berk. Med. Coll., 1829. b. 6 Mar., 1799,
Boston, Mass. Asst. Demonstrator, Anat., 1820-21; Prof., Anat. and
Phys., 1821-22; Anat. and Surg., 1822-30. Prof. Anat. and Phys.,
Berk. Med. Sch., 1826-30. Prof., Anat., Univ. Maryland, 1829-30.
d. 25 July, 1830.

Walter Vinton Wentworth, A.M. See Class of 1886.

Charles Nathan Brooks Wheeler. A.B., Harvard, 1886. b. 23
Aug., 1865, Leominster, Mass. Teacher, Duxbury, Mass., 1887-91.
Inst., German, 1891-92. Teacher, St. Paul, Minn., 1892-.

John Henry Wheeler. A.B., Harvard, 1871; A.M., Harvard, 1875;
Ph.D., Bonn, 1879. b. 25 Sept., 1851, Auburn, Mass. Tutor, Har-
vard, 1880-81. Winkley Prof., Latin, 1881-82. Prof., Greek, Univ.
Virginia, 1882-87. d. 10 Oct., 1887, Newbury, Vt.

Charles Abiathar White. A.M., Iowa Coll., 1866; M.D., Rush
Med. Coll., 1864; LL.D., Iowa State Univ., 1893. b. 26 Jan., 1826,
North Dighton, Mass. State Geologist, Iowa, 1866-70. Prof., Geol.,
Iowa State Univ., 1867-73. Josiah Little Prof., Nat. Sci., 1873-75.
Geologist and Paleontologist to U. S. Surveys, 1874-92. Associate
in Paleontology, U. S. Natl. Museum, 1895-1910. d. 29 June, 1910.

John White. A.M., 1815; A.B., Harvard, 1805; A.M., Harvard,
1808. b. 2 Dec, 1787, Concord, Mass. Tutor, 1808-09. Pastor,
West Dedham, Mass., 1814-1852. d. 1 Feb., 1852.

William Thomas White. M.D., New York Med. Coll., 1855. b. 7
July, 1829, Richmond, Me. Demonstrator, Anat., 1854-55. Phy-
sician, New York City, 1865-93. d. 17 Sept., 1893.

Alonzo Garcelon Whitman, A.M. See Class of 1870.

Nathaniel Whitman. A.M., 1815; A.B., Harvard, 1809; A.M.,
Harvard, 1813. b. 25 Dec, 1785, East Bridgewater, Mass. Tutor,
1811-12. Pastor, Billerica, Mass., 1814-35; Wilton, N. H, 1836-41;
Calais, Me., 1841-44; E. Bridgewater, Mass., 1844-52. Res., Deer-
field, Mass. d. 29 Oct., 1869.

Frank Hayden Whitmore. A.B., Harvard, 1899; B.L.S., Univ.
State N. Y., 1901. b. 14 July, 1877, Melbourne, Australia. Asst.
Librarian, 1901-1905. Librarian, Public Lib., Brockton, Mass.,
1905-.

Frank Nathaniel Whittier, A.M., M.D. See Class of 1885.

Eliphalet Whittlesey, D.D., LL.D. See Overseers.



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Burt Green Wilder. B.S., Harvard, 1862; M.D., Harvard, 1866.
b. 11 Aug., 1841, Boston, Mass. Surg., 55th Mass. Vols., 1862-65.
Prof., Physiology, 1875-84. Prof., Neurology, Vertebrate Zoology
and Phys., Cornell, 1867-1910; Prof. Emeritus, 1910-.

Gerald Gardner Wilder, A.B. See Class of 1904.

Arthur Goodwin Wiley, A.B., M.D. See Class of 1895.

Samuel Willard. A.M., 1815; A.B., Harvard, 1803; A.M., Har-
vard, 1810; D.D., Harvard, 1826. b. 18 Apr., 1776, Petersham,
Mass. Tutor, 1804-05. Pastor, Deerfield, Mass., 1807-29. Res.,
Deerfield. d. 8 Oct., 1859.

John Merrill Williams. M.D., Dartmouth, 1846. Demonstrator,
Anat., 1846-47. d. 1855.

Cassius Claudius Williamson, A.B. See Class of 1898.

Charles Bryant Witherle. A.B., Harvard, 1876; M.D., Harvard,
1881. b. 15 Jan., 1855, Castine, Me. Inst., Neurology, 1903-04;
Lecturer, 1904-05; Professor, 1905-10; Prof., Neurology and Men-
tal Dis., 1910-. Physician, Portland, Me.

Frank Edward Woodruff. A.B., Univ. Vt., 1875; A.M., Univ. Vt.,
1878. b. 20 Mar., 1855, Eden, Vt. Union Theol. Sem., 1881. Prof.,
Sac. Lit., Andover Theol. Sem., 1883-87. Collins Prof., Nat. and
Rev. Relig., 1890-1908; Professor, Greek, 1887-1909; Joseph E.
Merrill Prof., Greek, 19 09-.

Albion Gustavus Young, A.M., M.D. See Medical Class of 1867.

Stephen Jewett Young, LL.D. See Class of 1859.



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION

The following rearrangement, under Departments of Instruction,
of many of the names given in the preceding list is intended only as
a convenient chronological index of those in charge of the principal
subjects taught in the College and the Medical School.

The titles and complete record of these instructors are given
elsewhere.

ANATOMY

John D. Wells, 1821-30. Corydon La Ford, 1863-71.

Reuben D. Mussey, 1830-35. Thomas T. Sabine, 1870-72.

Jedidiah Cobb, 1835-37. Thomas Dwight, 1872-76.

Joseph Roby, 1837-42. Stephen H. Weeks, 1876-82.

Edmund R. Peaslee, 1842-57. Frederic H. Gerrish, 1882-1905.

David S. Conant, 1857-63. Walter E. Tobie, 1905-.

ANCIENT LANGUAGES

Instruction in Hebrew was given by Professors Jenks and Upham; and
in Sanscrit by Professor Avery.

John Abbot, 1802-16. Samuel P. Newman, 1820-24.

Charles Briggs, 1816-17. Alpheus S. Packard, 1824-65.

Nehemiah Cleaveland, 1817-20.

(See Greek and Latin)



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ASTRONOMY

Instruction in Astronomy has been given from the first by the Depart-
ments of Mathematics and Physics.



BIOLOGY (Natural History)

Paul A. Chadbourne, 1859-65. Charles A. White, 1873-75.

Cyrus F. Brackett, 1863-73. George L. Chandler, 1875-76.

George L. Goodale, 1868-73. Leslie A. Lee, 1876-1910.

Edward S. Morse, 1870-73. Manton Copeland, 1910-.



CHEMISTRY

The Josiah Little Professorship of Natural Science was established in
1864.

Parker Cleaveland, 1805-58. Henry Carmichael, 1873-85.

Paul A. Chadbourne, 1859-65. Franklin C. Robinson, 1874-1910.
Cyrus F. Brackett, 1864-73. Marshall P. Cram, 1910-.



DERMATOLOGY

Gustav A. Pudor, 19 03-.

DISEASES OF CHILDREN

Alfred Mitchell, 1872-97. Fred P. Webster, 1911-.

Addison S. Thayer, 1897-1911.

DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR

Willis Bryant Moulton, 189 2-.

DISEASES OF THE NOSE AND THROAT

Gilman Davis, 1905-.

DISEASES OF WOMEN

Edward W. Jenks, 1872-75. John F. Thompson, 1892-.

Alfred Mitchell, 1875-92.

ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY

This Professorship received the name of Daniel B. Fayerweather in 1899.

Henry C. Emery, 1894-1900. Alba M Edwards, 1907-09.
Guy S. Callender, 1900-03. Henry P. Fairchild, 1909-10.

Roswell C. McCrea, 1903-07. Warren B. Catlin, 1910-.



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ELOCUTION

Instruction in Elocution has from the first been in charge of the De-
partment of English.

ENGINEERING
George L. Vose, 1871-81.



ENGLISH (Rhetoric and Oratory)

The Edward Little Professorship was established in 1875. This title
was transferred from the Chair of Mental and Moral Philosophy to that
of Rhetoric, Oratory and English Literature in 1880. On the division of
the latter professorship in 1897, it was applied to the Chair of Rhetoric
and Oratory.

William Jenks, 1812-16. Eliphalet Whittlesey, 1861-65.

Joseph H. Jones, 1817-18. Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1865-66.

Samuel P. Newman, 1818-39. John S. Sewall, 1867-75.

Richard Pike, 1839-41. Henry L. Chapman, 1875-97.

Alpheus S. Packard, 1842-46. Wilmot B. Mitchell, 1893-.

Henry H. Boody, 1846-54. William T. Foster, 1904-10.



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