Biographical Record of the Alumni of Amherst College ... 1821-[1896], Volume 2

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Page 1 - HB Adams, The Germanic Origin of New England Towns, Saxon Tithing-Men in America, Norman Constables in America, Village Communities of Cape Ann and Salem ; II., x.
Page 96 - On the Cyclopidae and Calanidae of Central Wisconsin. Trans. Wis. Acad., 9: 189-224; 5 pi. 1895. On the Cyclopidae and Calanidae of Lake St. Clair, Lake Michigan, and certain of the inland lakes of Michigan.
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Page 386 - ... success" by having an unusual abundance of capacities and abilities which were too many and too diverse to weld themselves into an accordant whole. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GEORGE BURBANK SHATTUCK 1895 Preliminary discussion of the geology of the Bordentown sheet of the Geologic Atlas of the United States. Johns Hopkins University Circulars, volume 15, pages 14-15. 1897 (with WB Clark) The geology of the Sand Hills of New Jersey.
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Page 9 - May 10, 1850; fitted for college by a preliminary course at Marshall College in Mercersburg, Pa. He is remembered as the most remarkable athlete in his class at Amherst. He was the stroke oar of the famous Amherst crew at Springfield in the year 1872. when Amherst won the race from Harvard, Yale, and several other competing colleges.

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