An Account of Washington College, in the State of Maryland
AuthorSmith, William, 1727-1803
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AbstractWritten by the College’s first president, William Smith, it provides the most detailed and reliable account of the founding of Washington College available. Included are details on the chartering of the College, it's endowment, the Board of Visitors & Governors, the early faculty, and first Commencement. Smith’s "Account" is also a unique document on the founding of a college in Federal America, without parallel among the dozen or more colleges founded in the United States at the end of the eighteenth century.
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