The First Two Books Of The Aeneid Of Virgil 1870

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Catalogue Of Printed Books

Author : British Museum. Department of Printed Books
ISBN : HARVARD:32044085243905
Genre : Authors, Classical
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The London Quarterly Review

Author : William Lonsdale Watkinson
ISBN : CORNELL:31924065537189
Genre : Theology
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Vergil And The English Poets

Author : Elizabeth Nitchie
ISBN : MINN:31951001637415H
Genre : Comparative literature
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An examination concerning Vergil and his connection to the English poets.
Category: Comparative literature

Notes On Books

Author : Longmans, Green and co
ISBN : OXFORD:555060683
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Notes On Books

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ISBN : OXFORD:N11504799
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Fifty Years Of Buchtel 1870 1920

Author : Buchtel College (Akron, Ohio). Alumni Association
ISBN : UCAL:B4521801
Genre : Universities and colleges
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Edward Bouchet

Author : Ronald E Mickens
ISBN : 9789814488884
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Edward A Bouchet was the first African-American to receive the doctorate in any field of knowledge in the United States and that area was physics. He was granted the degree in 1876 from Yale University making him at that time one of the few persons to hold the physics doctorate from an American university. Bouchet played a significant role in the education of African-Americans during the last quarter of the 19th century through his teaching and mentoring activities at the Institute for Colored Youth in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was one among a small number of African-Americans who achieved advanced training and education within decades of the American civil war. These people provided direction, leadership, and role models for what eventually became the civil/human rights movements. The year 2001 marks the 125th celebration of his receiving the doctorate degree. This book gives a summary of his life and career. Contents: Early African American Presence in New Haven and Yale University (C L Patton)Edward A Bouchet — The Years at Hopkins Grammar School: 1868-1870 (T Rodd, Jr.)Edward Alexander Bouchet — The Master Teacher and Educator (H K Bechtel)In Search of Edward Bouchet (J A Wilkinson)African Americans Enter Science (K R Manning)Appendices:Letter from a Former Student of Bouchet (L M Allen)Willie Hobbs Moore: First African American Woman Doctorate in Physics (R E Mickens)Elmer Samuel Imes: Scientist, Inventor, Teacher, Scholar (R E Mickens)The Genesis of the National Society of Black Physicists (R E Mickens)The Bouchet InstituteSelected Bibliography of Materials on African American Scientists Readership: General. Keywords:Edward A Bouchet;History of Physics;19th Century Science;Sociology of Science;Science Studies;Yale University;Hopkins Grammar School;African-American History
Category: Biography & Autobiography