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Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe (November 10, 1801 - January 9, 1876) was a prominent 19th century United States physician, abolitionist, and an advocate of education for the blind. Howe was born in Pearl St., Boston, Massachusetts
Template:Infobox University Oxford College is a two-year residential college specializing in the foundations of liberal arts education, and is one of nine divisions of Emory University. The college is located on Emory University
Henry Martyn Porter (April 25, 1835 – February 6, 1907) was an American Civil War Union Army Officer who served as a Colonel and commander of the 7th Vermont Infantry. He graduated in 1857 from Middlebury
he published an award-winning Statistical Atlas visualizing the data for the first time. He joined Yale University's Sheffield Scientific School as a professor of political economy in 1872 and rose to international prominence
zoology, a colonel during the American Civil War, founder and first functioning president of the Massachusetts Agricultural College (now the University of Massachusetts Amherst) and president of Sapporo Agricultural College in Japan (now Hokkaido University).
William Porcher Miles (July 4, 1822 – May 11, 1899) was among those ardent States' Rights advocates, supporters of slavery, and Southern secessionists that came to be known as the "Fire-Eaters." Born in South Carolina
school of the University of Georgia in Athens, was a member of the Phi Kappa Literary Society and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) degree in 1836. He also attended Harvard Law School.
This wiki is about the about the hit new show on ABC, How to Get Away with Murder. It tells the story of Annalise Keating, a defence attorney who also teaches students at a university. She hires a select group…