PresidentFrancis Wayland, who had been teaching a physiology course, sent Chace to Philadelphia to attend lectures, after which he was appointed professor of chemistry, physiology, and geology in 1836.Chace, George Ide
After graduation in 1836, Lincoln was at Columbian College (now George Washington University), first as a teacher in the preparatory school and then as a tutor in the college.Lincoln, John Larkin
Mount Marcy, 5,343 feet high, the highest peak in the Adirondacks and the highest mountain in New York State, was named in 1836 by Professor Ebenezer Emmons of the New York Geological Survey in honor of Marcy, when he was governor of New York.Marcy, William L.
At the Corporation meeting on September 8, 1836, a committee was appointed to "devise means for erecting a building for lecture rooms and rooms for the reception of geological and physiological specimens."Rhode Island Hall
Barnas Sears returned to teach for about a year at Hamilton before becoming professor of Christian theology at Newton Theological Institution in 1836.Sears, Barnas
The house at 66 Benefit Street belonged in 1836, and perhaps earlier, to John Slater, the son of Samuel Slater, builder of the first cotton mill in the country.Slater Memorial Homestead
Among the writings which made Wheaton famous were "Elements of International Law," published in 1836, "Enquiry into the Validity of the British Claim to a Right of Visitation and Search of American Vessels Suspected to be Engaged in the African Slave Trade" in 1842, and "History of the Law of Nations in Europe and America, from the Earliest Times to the Treaty of Washington" (a work which was first written in French for a competition of the French Institute, in which it won honorable mention) in 1845.Wheaton, Henry