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David B. Potts is a historian of American colleges and universities and has served liberal arts education in a variety of roles: professor of American history, scholar-in-residence, academic dean, alumnus, and trustee. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University and received his Ph.D. from Harvard. His most recent book is Wesleyan University, 1831-1910: Collegiate Enterprise in New England.
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. ix|
|Introductory Essay: A Land of Colleges||p. 1|
|Resources for the Study of Yale's Reports|
|American Colleges: Fall 1828||p. 75|
|Reports on the Course of Instruction in Yale College (1828)||p. 84|
|Annotations for Yale's Reports of 1828||p. 141|
|Yale's Undergraduate Curriculum 1828/29||p. 156|
|The Substance of Two Reports of the Faculty of Amherst College (1827)||p. 162|
|Amherst's Undergraduate Curriculum 1828/29||p. 186|
|Remarks on Changes Lately Proposed or Adopted, in Harvard University (1825)||p. 192|
|Harvard's Undergraduate Curriculum 1827/28||p. 219|
|A Note on the Research||p. 223|
|Context for a Compelling and Cogent Case||p. 227|
|General Index||p. 235|
|Index of Institutions||p. 240|
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