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Egbert C. Smyth, 1854-56. William H. Davis, 1910-.
Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1856-61.



ENGLISH LITERATURE

Henry L. Chapman, 18 9 7-.

FRENCH

(See also Modern Languages)

Benjamin L. Bowen, 1888-89. Henry Johnson, 1890-.
John E. Matzke, 1889-90. Frederic W. Brown, 1907-.

GENITO-URINARY SURGERY

Alfred Mitchell, Jr., 190 2-.

GEOLOGY

Instruction in Geology has been in charge of the Department of Biology.

GERMAN

(See also Modern Languages)
George T. Files, 1890-. Roscoe J. Ham, 1901-07, 1909-.



Departments of Instruction 47

GREEK

This Professorship received the name of Joseph E. Merrill, of the Class
of 1854, in 1909.

(See also Ancient Languages)

Jothani B. Sewall, 1865-77. Frank E. Woodruff, 18 87-.

John Avery, 1877-87.

HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

This Professorship received the name of Thomas B. Reed, of the Class
of 1860, in 1909.

Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1879-85. Guy H. Roberts, 1904-05.

Charles H. Smith, 1886-90. Allen Johnson, 1905-10.

David C. Wells, 1890-93. Charles H. Mcllwain, 1910-11.

William MacDonald, 1893-1901. William E. Lunt, 1911-.
Alfred L. P. Dennis, 1901-04.

HYGIENE

Instruction in Public Hygiene, in the Medical School, has been in charge of the
Department of Physiology. Instruction in Personal Hygiene, in the College, has been
in charge of the Department of Physical Training.

LATIN

This Professorship was endowed in 1880, and received the name Wink-
ley Professorship of the Latin Language and Literature.
(See also Ancient Languages)

Edward N. Packard, 1865-67. George T. Little, 1882-85.

John A. C. Fellows, 1867-69. Charles C. Torrey, 1885-86.

Henry L. Chapman, 1869-75. Ernest M. Pease, 1886-91.

Abner H. Davis, 1875-76. William C. Lawton, 1891-92.

Charles H. Moore, 1876-77. William A. Houghton, 1892-1907.

Samuel V. Cole, 1877-81. Kenneth C. M. Sills, 1906-.

John H. Wheeler, 1881-82. Paul Nixon, 1909-.



MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS

Parker Cleaveland, 1820-46. George L. Goodale, 1869-73.

Charles A. Lee, 1846-59. Frederic H. Gerrish, 1872-82.

Israel T. Dana, 1859-61. Charles O. Hunt, 1882-1909.

William C. Robinson, 1861-69. Charles H. Hunt, 1909-.

MATHEMATICS

This Professorship was endowed by Isaac H. Wing, of the Class of
1856, in 1906.

Parker Cleaveland, 1802-24. Charles H. Smith, 1873-87.

William Smyth, 1824-68. William A. Moody, 1887-.

Charles G. Rockwood, 1868-73.



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MECHANICAL DRAWING AND SURVEYING

Hudson B. Hastings, 1907-10. Henry B. Alvord, BIO-



MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE



John S. Tenney, 1849-69.
Cyrus F. Brackett, 1869-70.
John Appleton, 1870-71.



Charles W. Goddard, 1871-89.
Lucilius A. Emery, 18 8 9-.



MEDICINE

Since its establishment in 1S20, this Professorship has borne the fol-
lowing titles, Theory and Practice of Physic, Theory and Practice of Med-
icine, Pathology and Practice of Medicine, and Internal Medicine.



Nathan Smith, 1820-25.
Henry H. Childs, 1826.
Daniel Oliver, 1827-28.
John Delamater, 1829-34.
Henry H. Childs, 1835-36.
William Perry, 1836-37.
Henry H. Childs, 1837-38.
James McKeen, 1838-39.



John Delamater, 1840-41.
William Sweetser, 1842-61.
Israel T. Dana, 1861-69.
Alonzo B. Palmer, 1869-79.
Israel T. Dana, 1879-9 7.
Alfred Mitchell, 1897-1911.
Addison S. Thayer, 1911-.



MENTAL DISEASES
Albert R. Moulton, 1892-1910. Charles B. Witherle, 1910-.

MILITARY SCIENCE

Joseph P. Sanger, 1872-75. Medorem Crawford, 1879-82.

Louis V. Caziarc, 1875-79.



MODERN LANGUAGES

The Professorship of Modern Languages dates from 1826, when Mrs.
Sarah Bowdoin Dearborn bequeathed one thousand dollars for that pur-
pose. The chair was more fully endowed, and received the name of its
first occiipant in 1881.

Instruction in Italian and Spanish has been given in each decade since
1828 by this Department.



Henry W. Longfellow, 1828-35.
Daniel R. Goodwin, 1835-53.
Charles C. Everett, 1853-57.
Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1857-65.

(See French and German)



Stephen J. Young, 1862-76.
Charles C. Springer, 1876-77.
Henry Johnson, 1877-.



Departments of Instruction 49



NATURAL AND REVEALED RELIGION

The Collins Professorship of Natural and Revealed Religion was estab-
lished in 1847. The endowment having proved insufficient to maintain a
full professorship, its income, by a decree of the Supreme Judicial Court
in 1908, is applied to the support of a Graduate Secretary of the Young
Men's Christian Association of the College.

Calvin E. Stowe, 1850-52. Alpheus S. Packard, 1864-84.

Roswell D. Hitchcock, 1852-55. Frank E. Woodruff, 1891-1908.
Egbert C. Smyth, 1856-63.



NEUROLOGY

Charles B. Witherle, 19 03-.

OBSTETRICS

James McKeen, 1825-39. William C. Robinson, 1869-72.

Ebenezer Wells, 1839-45. Edward W. Jenks, 1872-73.

Fordyce Barker, 1845-46. Alfred Mitchell, 1873-97.

Amos Nourse, 1846-66. Charles A. Ring, 1897-1903.

Theodore H. Jewett, 1866-69. Edward J. McDonough, 1903-.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY

Edville G. Abbott, 19 03-.

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY

Frank N. Whittier, 18 97-.

PHILOSOPHY

The Stone Professorship of Mental and Moral Philosophy was estab-
lished in 1880. In accordance with certain provisions of the original gift
its endowment was transferred to Andover Theological Seminary in 1908.

Thomas C. Upham, 1824-67. George T. Ladd, 1879-81.

Samuel Harris, 1867-71. Gabriel Campbell, 1881-83.

Paul A. Chadbourne, 1871-72. Samuel G. Brown, 1883-85.
Ephraim C. Cummings, 1872-73. William DeW. Hyde, 1885-.
Mark Hopkins, 1873-74. Charles T. Burnett, (Psychology),

Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1874-79. 1904-.

PHYSICAL TRAINING

William C. Dole, 1866-70. Alfred G. Ladd, 1877-78.

Dudley A. Sargent, 1870-75. Daniel A. Robinson, 1878-81.

Frederick K. Smyth, 1875-77. Frank N. Whittier, 18 8 6-.



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PHYSICS

Instruction in Physics was from the first in charge of the Department
of Mathematics.

Cyrus F. Brackett, 1864-73. Charles C. Hutchins, 1885-.

Henry Carmichael, 1873-85. ■

PHYSIOLOGY

David S. Conant, 1857-63. Burt Green Wilder, 1875-84.

Corydon La Ford, 1863-71. Henry H. Hunt, 1884-91.

Robert Amory, 1871-75. Charles D. Smith, 1891-.

SURGERY

Edmund R. Peaslee, 1857-60. Stephen H. Weeks, 1882-1905.

Timothy Childs, 1860-63. Frederic H. Gerrish, 1905-11.

David S. Conant, 1863-65. Alfred King, 1911-.

William W. Greene, 1866-81. Henry H. Brock, (Clinical), 1911-.

LIBRARIANS

John Abbot, 1802-24. Daniel R. Goodwin, 1838-53.

Calvin E. Stowe, 1824-25. Charles C. Everett, 1853-57.

Joseph H. Abbot, 1825-27. William P. Tucker, 1857-63.

John Abbot, 1827-29. Stephen J. Young, 1863-69.
Henry W. Longfellow, 1829-35. Alpheus S. Packard, 1869-81.

Samuel Adams, 1835-36. Henry Johnson, 1880-85.

Henry B. Smith, 1836-38. George T. Little, 18 83-.



OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION, 1912

William DeWitt Hyde, President. Professor of Mental and Moral
Philosophy.

Alfred Mitchell, Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine.

Lucilius Alonzo Emery, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence.

Henry Leland Chapman, Professor of English Literature.

Frederic Henry Gerrish, Professor Emeritus of Surgery and Pro-
fessor of Medical Ethics.

Henry Johnson, Longfellow Professor of Modern Languages and
Curator of the Art Collections.

Frank Edward Woodruff, Joseph E. Merrill Professor of the
Greek Language and Literature.

Charles Bryant Witherle, Professor of Neurology and Mental Dis-
eases.

George Thomas Little, Librarian.

Charles Dennison Smith, Professor of Physiology.

Addison Sanford Thayer, Professor of Internal Medicine and Dean
of the Medical Faculty.



Officers of Instruction, 19 12 51

William Albion Moody, Wing Professor of Mathematics.
John Franklin Thompson, Professor of Diseases of Women.
Charles Clifford Hutchins, Professor of Physics.
Willis Bryant Moulton, Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology.
Frank Nathaniel Whittier, Professor of Hygiene and Physical
Training and College Physician; Professor of Pathology and Bac-
teriology.

Henry Herbert Brock, Professor of Clinical Surgery.
George Taylor Files, Professor of Germanic Languages.
Edward Joseph McDonough, Professor of Obstetrics.
Wilmot Brookings Mitchell, Edward Little Professor of Rhetoric
and Oratory.

Charles Theodore Burnett, Professor of Psychology.
Roscoe James Ham, Professor of German.
Frederic Willis Brown, Professor of Modern Languages.
Walter Eaton Tobie, Professor of Anatomy.

, Daniel B. Fayerweather Professor of Economics

and Sociology.

Kenneth Charles Morton Sills, Winkley Professor of the Latin
Language and Literature and Dean of the College Faculty.

Charles Henry Hunt, Professor of Materia Medica, Pharmacology
and Therapeutics.

Manton Copeland, Professor of Biology.

Marshall Perley Cram, Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy
and Josiah Little Professor of Natural Science.

William Edward Lunt, Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of His-
tory and Political Science.

Paul Nixon, Professor of Classics and History.
William Hawley Davis, Professor of English and Argumentation.
James Edward Keating, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine.
Wallace Wadsworth Dyson, Assistant Professor of Anatomy.
Warren Benjamin Catlin, Assistant Professor of Economics and
Sociology.

Orren Chalmer Hormell, Assistant Professor of History.
Gerald Gardner Wilder, Assistant Librarian.

Henry Bissell Alvord, Assistant Professor of Surveying, Mechani-
cal Drawing and Astronomy.

James Alfred Spalding, Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology and
Otology.

Alfred King, Lecturer on Surgery.

Herbert Francis Twitchell, Instructor in Clinical Surgery.

Gilbert Molleson Elliott, Demonstrator of Anatomy.

Gustav Adolf Pudor, Lecturer on Dermatology.

Gilman Davis, Lecturer on Diseases of the Nose and Throat.

Ambrose Herbert Weeks, Instructor in Internal Medicine.

Arthur Scott Gilson, Instructor in Clinical Surgery.

Richard Dresser Small, Instructor in Obstetrics.

William Wheeler Bolster, Instructor in Physiology.



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Alfred Mitchell, Jr., Lecturer on Genito-Urinary Surgery.

Edville Gerhardt Abbott, Lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery.

Thomas Jayne Burrage, Instructor in Internal Medicine.

Willis Bean Moulton, Instructor in Diseases of Women.

Edwin Wagner Gehring, Instructor in Internal Medicine.

Edwin Motley Fuller, Jr., Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriol-
ogy.

Fred Paterson Webster, Lecturer on Diseases of Children.

Louis Andrew Derry, Instructor in Materia Medica, Pharmacology
and Therapeutics.

Philip Pickering Thompson, Instructor in Embryology.

Joseph Blake Drummond, Demonstrator of Histology.

Erastus Eugene Holt, Jr., Demonstrator of Histology.

Nathaniel Edward Loomis, Instructor in Chemistry.

[James Lukens McConaughy, Instructor in English and Secretary
of the Christian Association. On leave of absence.]

Elmer Henry King, Demonstrator of Histology.

Carl Hervey Stevens, Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology.

Francis Wilson Lamb, Clinical Assistant in Orthopedics.

Alfred William Haskell, Clinical Assistant in Surgery.

William Moran, Clinical Assistant in Diseases of the Eye.

Harold Ashton Pingree, Clinical Assistant in Orthopedics.

Ernest Woodbury Files, Clinical Assistant in Medicine.

Oramel Elisha Haney, Clinical Assistant in Surgery.

Francis Joseph Welch, Clinical Assistant in Medicine.

Charles Langmaid Cragin, Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy.

Harold Josselyn Everett, Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics.

Lucinda Blake Hatch, Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics.

Roland Banks Moore, Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics.

Ernest Gibson Fifield, Assistant in English and Secretary of the
Christian Association.

Berton Charles Morrill, Assistant in Hygiene and Physical Train-
ing.

OTHER OFFICERS

Ira Peirce Booker, Treasurer.
Samuel Benson Furbish, Assistant to Treasurer.
Hugh McLellan Lewis, Assistant in the Library.
Edith Jenney Boardman, Cataloguer.
Alice Curtis Little, Secretary.

Caroline Tillson Robinson, Assistant Curator of the Art Collec-
tions.



ALUMNI



GRADUATES OF BOWDOIN COLLEGE



Class of 1806

Richard Cobb. A.M., 1809. b. 28 Feb., 1788, Portland, Me.
Merchant, Portland, 1811-25. Res., Boston, Mass. Overseer, 1817-
36. d. 16 July, 1837, London, Eng.

Isaac Foster Coffin. A.M., 1809. b. 27 Mar., 1787, Portland, Me.
Lawyer, Boston, Mass. Merchant, Chili, 1817-23. Teacher, Rox-
bury, Mass. d. 24 Jan., 1861.

John Davis, b. Jan., 1779, Beverly, Mass. Mechanic, Limerick,
Me. Teacher, Portland Acad. Capt., U.S.A., 1812. d. June, 1841,
Lovell, Me.

John Maurice O'Brien. A.M., 1809. b. 9 Sept., 1786, Newbury-
port, Mass. Lawyer, Newburyport, 1809-20; Brunswick, Me., 1820-
37; Boston, Mass., 1838-45. Res., Brunswick, Me., 1846-65. Maine
Leg., 1835. d. 19 Dec, 1865.

Moses Quinby. b. 19 Apr., 1786, Stroudwater, Me. Lawyer,
Westbrook, Me. d. 6 May, 1857.

George Thorndike. A.M., 1810; A.B., Harvard, 1807. b. 6 Jan.,
1789, Beverly, Mass. d. 23 Dec, 1811, St. Petersburg.

Benjamin Titcomb. b. 4 Dec, 1787, Standish, Me. Clergyman,
Freeport, Me. d. 29 Mar., 1829, Brunswick.

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Class of 1807

Charles Stewart Daveis. A.M., 1810; LL.D., 1844. b. 10 May,
1788, Portland, Me. Lawyer, Portland; retired from practice, 1850.
Lieut.-Colonel, State Militia, 1818-27. U. S. Agent to Holland,
1829. Overseer, 1816-36; Trustee, 1836-64. Maine Senate, 1841.
President, Mass. Society of the Cincinnati, d. 29 Mar., 1865.

Robert Means. A.M., 1810. b. 23 Jan., 1786, Amherst, N. H.
Lawyer, Amherst, N. H. Supt., Suffolk Mills, Lowell, Mass. d. 26
Sept., 1842, Lowell, Mass.

Seth Storer. A.M., 1810. b. 17 Feb., 1787, Saco, Me. .Lawyer,
Saco, 1810-21. Farmer, Scarboro, Me., 1821-76. Overseer, 1843-57.
d. 22 Mar., 1876.

3 — *3

Class of 1808

Alfred Johnson. A.M., 1811. b. 13 Aug., 1789, Newburyport,
Mass. Lawyer, Belfast, Me. Mass. Leg., 1819; Maine Const. Conv.,
1819. Maine Leg., 1820. Judge of Probate, 1820-38. Overseer,
1821-38; Trustee, 1838-52. d. 22 Mar., 1852.



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Enos Merrill. A.M., 1814. b. 18 Mar., 1786, Falmouth, Me.
Teacher, 1808-10. Andover Theol. Sem., 1813. Tutor, 1814-16.
Pastor, Freeport, Me., 1816-30; Alna, Me., 1832-41; Mechanic Falls,
Me., 1846-55; Fairlee, Vt., 1858-61. Overseer, 1817-56. d. 22
Mar., 1861, Orford, N. H.

John Patten. A.M., 1811. b. 4 Oct., 1785, Topsham, Me. An-
dover Theol. Sem., 1809-11. Teacher, North Carolina. Merchant,
Charlestown, Mass. Merchant and farmer, Bowdoinham, Me., 1824-
66. Maine Leg., 1832, 1844-45. d. 28 Aug., 1866.

Joseph Sprague. A.M., 1811. b. 16 Aug., 1788, Bowdoinham,
Me. Lawyer, Thomaston, Me. d. 21 Sept., 1826.

David Stanwood. A.M., 1811. b. 19 Feb., 1788, Brunswick, Me.
Lawyer, Brunswick, 1811-34. U.S.A., 1814. Col., State Militia, d.
Feb., 1834.

William Allen Tompson. A.M., 1811. b. 18 Apr., 1787, South
Berwick, Me. Andover Theol. Sem., 1809-11. Prin., Berwick Acad.,
So. Berwick, 1813-19. Farmer, So. Berwick, 1819-35. d. 3 Oct.,
1835.

6 — *6

Class of 1809

Lithgow Hunter, b. 6 Nov., 1787, Topsham, Me. Lawyer, Union,
Me. Farmer, Topsham, Me. d. 28 Aug., 1862.

Nathan Lord. A.M., 1812; also Dartmouth, 1821; D.D., 1828;
LL.D., Dartmouth, 1864. b. 28 Nov., 1792, Berwick, Me. Inst.,
Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H., 1809-11. Andover Theol. Sem., 1815.
Pastor, Amherst, N. H., 1816-28. Trustee, Dartmouth, 1821-63;
President, 1828-63. d. 9 Sept., 1870, Hanover, N. H.

JohnMussey. A.M., 1812. b. 15 Oct., 1790, Portland, Me. Law-
yer, Portland, 1812-86. Clerk, U. S. Dist. Court, 1819-48. Over-
seer, 1829-39. d. 21 May, 1886.

Benjamin Randall. A.M., 1812. b. 14 Nov., 1789, Topsham, Me.
Lawyer, Bath, Me., 1812-57. Maine Senate, 1833, 1835, 1838.
Member Congress, 1839-43. Overseer, 1818-57. d. 14 Oct., 1857.

William Richardson. M.D., Harvard, 1813. b. 13 Mar., 1788,
Boston, Mass. Physician, Slatersville, R. I., 1813-17; Portsmouth,
R. I., 1817-38; Johnston, R. I., 1838-64. d. 30 Sept., 1864.

5 — *5

Class of 1810

John Emery Abbot. A.M., 1813; also Harvard, 1815. b. 6 Aug.,
1793, Exeter, N. H. Harvard Div. Sch., 1813. Pastor, Salem, Mass.,
1815-19. d. 7 Oct., 1819, Exeter, N. H.

George William Boyd. A.M., 1816. b. 30 Aug., 1791, Ports-
mouth, N. H. Lieut., U.S.A., 1813-17. Editor and merchant, New
Orleans, La. d. 6 Mar., 1860, Portland, Me.

William Clark. A.M., 1826. b. 12 Oct., 1788, Hallowell, Me.
Lawyer, Hallowell. Maine Leg., 1826, 1828-30, 1832-33. d. 18
May, 1855.



1810-11 Graduates 57

Edward Henry Cobb. A.M., 1813. b. 30 Jan., 1792, Portland,
Me. Merchant, Portland, d. 18 Jan., 1818, Havana, Cuba.

Jeremiah Fellowes. b. 1 May, 1791, Exeter, N. H. Lawyer, Exe-
ter, d. 5 Sept., 1865, Concord, N. H.

Benjamin Lincoln Lear. A.M., 1813. b. 11 Mar., 1792, Phila-
delphia, Pa. Lawyer, Washington, D. C. d. 1 Oct., 1832.

Arthur McArthur. A.M., 1848. b. 14 Jan., 1790, Limington, Me.
Lawyer, Limington, 1817-74. d. 29 Nov., 1874.

Robert Page. A.M., 1817. b. 25 Apr., 1790, Readfield, Me. An-
dover Theol. Sem., 1815. Pastor, Bradford, N. H., 1822-28; Dur-
ham, N. H, 1828-31; Hanover, N. H, 1831-33; Hardwick, Vt., 1833-
35; Kenduskeag, Me., 1835-44; Old Town, Me., 1844-46; Hills-
borough, N. H, 1847-51; Lempster, N. H., 1851-56; West Farming-
ton, O., 1857-63. d. 12 Jan., 1876.

Henry Smith. A.M., 1817. b. 2 June, 1789, Durham, N. H. An-
dover Theol. Sem., 1815. Pastor, Camden, N. Y., 1817-28. d. 19
July, 1828.

Frederic Southgate. b. 9 Aug., 1791, Scarboro, Me. Tutor, 1812-
13. d. 29 May, 1813.

James Weston. A.M., 1813. b. 9 Nov., 1791, Augusta, Me.
Teacher, Bath, Me.; Augusta, Me. Pastor, Litchfield, Me., 1824-38.
d. 20 Jan., 1870.

William Cobb Wilde, b. 2 Sept., 1792, Hallowell, Me. Lawyer,
Hallowell, Me.; Amesbury, Mass. d. 23 Dec, 1825, Newburyport,
Mass.

John Wise. A.M., 1813; M.D., Harvard, 1816. b. 20 Jan., 1790.
Surgeon, U.S.N., War of 1812. Physician, Sherburne, Mass. d. 8
Mar., 1829, Kennebunk, Me.

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Class of 1811

Cornelius Dennison. b. 2 Feb., 1783, Freeport, Me. Lawyer,
Brookville, Ind. Teacher, Virginia. Farmer, Schuyler Co., Illinois,
1835-46. d. 15 Apr., 1846.

John Barton Derby. A.M., 1814. b. 13 Nov., 1793, Salem, Mass.
Lawyer, Dedham, Mass. U. S. Civil Service, Boston, Mass. d. 8
July, 1867.

Josiah Little. A.M., 1814. b. 13 Jan., 1791, Newbury, Mass.
Land-owner, and manufacturer. Mass. Senate, 1839-40. Overseer,
1847-59. d. 5 Feb., 1860, Newburyport, Mass.

John McKeen. A.M., 1814. b. 21 Dec, 1789, Beverly, Mass.
Andover Theol. Sem., 1813-14. Legal business, Brunswick, Me.
Overseer, 1839-61; Secy, of the Board, 1841-61. d. 2 Dec, 1861.

John Merrill. A.M., 1814. b. 3 Jan., 1793, Newbury, Mass. Mer-
chant. Mass. Leg., 1823-25, 1835-36; Senate, 1827-31. Judge,
Court of Sessions, 1826-28. Res., Woodbury, N. J., 1841-46; Bal-
timore, Md., 1846-48, 1850-52; Newburyport, Mass., 1848-50;
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1852-61. d. 10 Aug., 1861, Orange, N. J.

Asa Redington. LL.D., Bates, 1873. b. 4 July, 1789, Vassal-
boro, Me. Principal, Gorham Acad., Me., 1812-14. Lawyer, Wa-



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terville, Me., 1815-32; Augusta, Me. Judge, Dist. Court, Augusta,
1841-46. State Treas., 1835-37. "Overseer, 1840-42. Reporter of
Decisions, 1850-54. d. 6 June, 1874, Lewiston, Me.

6—* 6

Class of 1812

John Parker Boyd. A.M., 1815. b. 1 June, 1792, Portland, Me.
Lawyer, Portland, d. 20 July, 1871.

Charles Freeman. A.M., 1815. b. 3 June, 1794, Portland, Me.
Lawyer, Portland. Pastor, Limerick, Me., 1820-53. Overseer, 1846-
47. d. 19 Sept., 1853.

George Freeman, b. 9 Mar., 1796, Portland, 'Me. Law student.
d. 27 Nov., 1815.

George Lamson. A.M., 1815. b. 6 Oct., 1793, Exeter, N. H.
Lawyer, Exeter. Editor and publisher, Exeter; New York City,
1823-26. d. 1826, New York City.

William Pilsbury. b. 16 June, 1793, Boston, Mass. Law student.
d. 10 Aug., 1815.

Joseph Sewall. A.M., 1818. b. 26 Apr., 1795, Bath, Me. Law-
yer, Bath, 1815-51. Adj.-Gen., Maine, 1833-34. U. S. Col. Customs,
Bath, 1834-41. d. 27 Apr., 1851.

Moses Shaw. A.M., 1821; M.D., Colby, 1835. b. 28 Oct., 1790,
Georgetown, Me. Physician, Wiscasset, Me. Maine Leg., 1827-30,
1832-35. d. 13 Sept., 1847.

John Parker Boyd Storer. A.M., 1815; also Harvard, 1817. b. 6
Nov., 1793, Portland, Me. Studied Theology, Cambridge, Mass.
Tutor, 1816. Pastor, Walpole, Mass., 1826-39; Syracuse, N. Y.,
1839-44. d. 17 Mar., 1844.



Class of 1813

John Anderson. A.M., 1823. b. 29 July, 1792, Windham, Me.
Lawyer, Portland, Me. Maine Senate, 1824. Member Congress,
1825-33. U. S. Dist. Att'y, 1833-36; U. S. Col. Customs, Portland,
1836-41, 1843-47; Mayor, 1833, 1842. Overseer, 1821-32. d. 21
Aug., 1853.

Nathan Dane Appleton. A.M., 1823. b. 20 May, 1794, Ipswich,
Mass. Lawyer, Standish, Me., 1818-20; Alfred, Me., 1820-61.
Maine Leg., 1829, 1847-48; Maine Senate, 1830; Att'y Gen., 1857-
59. d. 12 Nov., 1861.

Moses Bailey Chase. A.M., 1831. b. 13 Jan., 1791, Salisbury,
N. H. Rector, Accomack Co., Va., 1823-26; Hopkinton, N. H., 1826-
41. Chaplain, U.S.N., 1841; Ret., 1861. d. 21 Oct., 1875, Cam-
bridge, Mass.

Nehemiah Cleaveland. A.M., 1816; LL.D., 1869. b. 16 Aug.,
1796, Topsfield, Mass. Andover Theol. Sem., 1813-14. Teacher,
1814-17. Tutor, Greek and Latin, 1817-20. Prin., Dummer Acad.,
1821-39; Female Sem., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1842-48. Res., New York,
N. Y.; Topsfield, Mass.; Westport, Conn. d. 17 Apr., 1877. Author
of "History of Bowdoin College."



1813-14 Graduates 59

Rufus King Porter. A.M., 1816. b. 3 Sept., 1794, Biddeford,
Me. Lawyer, Machias, Me., 1817-56. d. 11 Dec, 1856.

Benjamin [Franklin] Salter, b. 6 Apr., 1792, Portsmouth, N. H.
Merchant, Fayetteville, N. C; New York City. d. 8 Sept., 1858.

Bellamy Storer. A.M., 1821; LL.D., 1874; also Kenyon, 1857.
b. 26 Mar., 1796, Portland, Me. Lawyer, Cincinnati, O. Judge Su-
perior Court, 1854-73. Member Congress, 1835-37. Prof., Cincin-
nati Law School, d. 1 June, 1875.

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Class of 1814

James Bowdoin. A.M., 1817; also Harvard, 1818; Yale, 1826.
b. 23 July, 1794, Boston, Mass. Lawyer, Boston. Mass. Leg., 1829-
32. Overseer, 1827-31. d. 6 Mar., 1833, Havana, Cuba.

John Bush. b. 3 July, 1792, Boylston, Mass. Physician, Vassal-
boro, Me. d. 27 Feb., 1876.

James Cargill. b. 22 Feb., 179 0, Newcastle, Me. d. 17 Sept.,
1814.

Charles Northend Cogswell. A.M., 1817. b. 24 Apr., 1797, South
Berwick, Me. Lawyer, South Berwick. Maine Senate, 1833-34;
Maine Leg., 1842. d. 11 Oct., 1843.

John Abbot Douglass. A.M., 1817. b. 4 Feb., 1792, Portland,
Me. Pastor, Waterford, Me., 1821-78. Trustee, Bridgton Acad.,
1827-74; Pres. of the Board, 1828-43, 1861-74. d. 7 Aug., 1878.

Charles Dummer. A.M., 1817. b. 3 Sept., 1793, Hallowell, Me.
Lawyer, Hallowell. Maine Leg., 1831-32. Treas. Dept., Washing-
ton, 1839-55. Deputy Col. Customs, New York City. Overseer,
1821-39, 1864-72. d. 28 June, 1872, Hallowell, Me.

Stephen Emery. A.M., 1817. b. 29 Apr., 1790, Minot, Me.
Teacher, 1814-16. Lawyer, Paris, Me., 1819-63. Judge of Probate,
1826-38. Att'y Gen., 1839-41. Mem. Council, 1847. Judge, Dist.
Court, 1850-52. d. 18 Nov., 1863, Auburn, Me.

John Eveleth. A.M., 1817. b. 24 Oct., 1786, New Gloucester,
Me. Prin., Hebron Acad., 1814-16. Lawyer, Windham, Me., 1819-
59. Maine Leg., 1823-26. Overseer, 1832-35. d. 17 Sept., 1859.

Nathaniel Groton. A.M., 1818. b. 9 May, 1791, Waldoboro, Me.
Lawyer, Bath, Me. Judge of Probate, 1834-48. Maine Senate,
1832, 1834. Overseer, 1821-35. d. 28 Oct., 1858.

Samuel Hale. A.M., 1817; also Harvard, 1818. b. 30 Apr., 1793,
Barrington, N. H. Merchant and ship-owner, 1822-42. Portsmouth,
N. H. Manufacturer, Rollinsford, N. H. d. 20 Dec, 1869.

Winthrop Hilton. A.M., 1817. b. 14 Sept., 1794, Deerfield, N. H.
Farmer, Deerfield. N. H. Legislature, d. 15 Aug., 1869.

Elijah King. b. 21 May, 1789, Minot, Me. Lawyer, Kentucky.
d. before 1830.

Edward Orne. b. 3 Apr., 1791, Salem, Mass. Sea captain, to
1834. Land agent, Mississippi, d. 7 Apr., 1845.

William King Porter, b. 5 Nov., 1795, Topsham, Me. Lawyer,
Turner, Me., 1818-34. Overseer, 1821-26. d. 7 Sept., 1834.



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William Henry Bobbins. A.M., 1817. b. 22 Oct., 1794, Hallowell,
Me. Lawyer, Cheraw, S. C. d. 26 Mar., 1843.

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Class of 1815

Robert Pinckney Dunlap. A.M., 1818. b. 17 Aug., 1794, Bruns-
wick, Me. Lawyer, Brunswick. Maine Leg., 1822-23; Maine Sen-
ate, 1824-28, 1830-32; Pres., 1827-28, 1831-32; Mem. Council,
1833. Governor, 1834-37. Member Congress, 1843-47. U. S. Coll.
Customs, Portland, Me., 1848-49. Overseer, 1821-59; President of
the Board, 1843-59. d. 20 Oct., 1859, Brunswick, Me.

George Evans. A.M., 1818; LL.D., 1847; also Washington Coll.,
Pa., 1846. b. 12 Jan., 1797, Hallowell, Me. Lawyer, Gardiner, Me.,
1818-47; Portland, Me., 1847-67. Maine Leg., 1825-29; Speaker,



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