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A lively narrative connecting Wesleyan Universityıs early history to economic, religious, urban, & educational developments in 19th-century America.
DAVID B. POTTS former Dean of the Faculty at Gettysburg College, is Professor of History at the University of Puget Sound.
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations|
|An Enterprising Spirit: Middletown and Methodists||p. 1|
|An Earnest Education||p. 22|
|Entrepreneurial Strategy: From Town to Denomination||p. 51|
|Denominational Support and Influence||p. 83|
|Methodist Professors Becoming Academic Professionals||p. 118|
|The Metropolitan Milieu||p. 161|
|App. One: Charter of 1831||p. 233|
|App. Two: Presidencies||p. 237|
|App. Three: Enrollments at Wesleyan, Amherst, and Williams, 1831-1990||p. 238|
|Abbreviations Used in Notes||p. 243|
|Index of First Citations in Notes||p. 361|
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