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business in 1863. Henry W. Farnam, who had been spending
considerable time in Farmington, was taken abroad that year to
continue his education. After two years in France and four years
in Germany, where he was a pupil in the gymnasia at Heidelberg
and Weimar, he returned to this country. In 1870, after having
had one year at the Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven,
he entered the academic department at Yale, where he was graduated
in 1874 with a high-oration rating.

On leaving college Henry W. Farnam remained in New Haven till
he received the degree of Master of Arts, in 1875, and then he went
back to Germany, to study economics and law. At Berlin, Gottingen,
and Strassburg, he studied under Schmoller, Knapp, Sohm, Wagner,




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