The diary of Jonathan Pearson. Edited with an introduction and notes by Harold C. Martin.

Pearson, Jonathan

Published by Schenectady, Union College Press, 2004. 2 volumes. 1,486 pages. Printed at the Stinehour Press. After graduation from Union College in 1835, and a year spent teaching in Philadelphia, Jonathan Pearson (1813-1887) devoted his life to the College's se
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Publisher: Schenectady, Union College Press, 2004. 2 volumes. 1,486 pages. Printed at the Stinehour Press. After graduation from Union College in 1835, and a year spent teaching in Philadelphia, Jonathan Pearson (1813-1887) devoted his life to the College's se


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Published by Schenectady, Union College Press, 2004. 2 volumes. 1,486 pages. Printed at the Stinehour Press. After graduation from Union College in 1835, and a year spent teaching in Philadelphia, Jonathan Pearson (1813-1887) devoted his life to the College's service, as professor of chemistry and botany, treasurer, and librarian. He also published several still-useful volumes on the early history of Schenectady and Albany. Pearson began a diary in 1828, at fourteen, and continued it, with occasional gaps, until 1875. This forty-seven year span, probably unequaled by any other American collegiate diary, coincides with a critical period for the United States and for higher education as exemplified by Union College. In addition to serving as a rich source (2004)
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Book Description Schenectady, Union College Press, 2004. 2 volumes. 1,486 pages. Printed at the Stinehour Press. After graduation from Union College in 1835, and a year spent teaching in Philadelphia, Jonathan Pearson (1813-1887) devoted his life to the College's service, as professor of chemistry and botany, treasurer, and librarian. He also published several still-useful volumes on the early history of Schenectady and Albany. Pearson began a diary in 1828, at fourteen, and continued it, with occasional gaps, until 1875. This forty-seven year span, probably unequaled by any other American collegiate diary, coincides with a critical period for the United States and for higher education as exemplified by Union College. In addition to serving as a rich source, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New in dust jacket. First printing (first edition). Bookseller Inventory # 11676

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