His courses in physiology and in intellectual philosophy recognized the relationship between physiology and psychology, and in 1848 George Ide Chace published an article, "On the dependence of the mental powers upon the bodily organization."Chace, George Ide
Corliss became president of the firm which employed him and by 1848 had invented a fuel-saving cut-off that revolutionized the steam engine.Corliss-Brackett House
Robinson P. Dunn went to Princeton in December of 1845, graduated in 1848, was ordained a Presbyterian clergyman and was paster of the First Church in Camden, New Jersey, from 1848 to 1851.Dunn, Robinson P.
After graduation from Brown University in 1846, William Goddard went to Europe, and during the Revolution of 1848 he carried secret dispatches from Paris to Rome.Goddard, William
Reuben Aldridge Guild (1822-1899), librarian of the University from 1848 to 1893, was born in Dedham, Massachusetts, on May 4, 1822, one of a family of eleven children.Guild, Reuben A.
On his graduation from Brown in 1847, Reuben A. Guild became assistant librarian, and in March 1848 succeeded his former teacher, Charles Coffin Jewett, as librarian.Guild, Reuben A.
Samuel Gridley Howe then turned his attention to the mentally deficient, and in 1848 persuaded the Massachusetts legislature to appropriate "a sum not exceeding $2500 for the purpose of teaching ten idiotic children," selected by the Governor and Council.Howe, Samuel Gridley
In 1848, with financial help from his father-in-law, Jenks took over the failing Peirce Academy, which had been founded by his wife’s grandfather, and made it into a outstanding school.Jenks, John Whipple Potter
Jewett’s reputation also won for him appointment as assistant secretary and librarian of the newly founded Smithsonian Institution in 1848.Jewett, Charles C.
In 1848 the building, which was old-fashioned and poorly ventilated, was replaced by a new school house designed by Thomas A. Tefft1851 (who was then a freshman at Brown), built at the same location.Kingsbury, John
The facts concerning the chair are contained in a letter from Stephen Hopkins Smith to PresidentFrancis Wayland, written on September 10, 1848, when he presented the chair to the University, "In the contest between Hopkins and Ward for the Chief Magistracy of R.I., with various success to each party, for a number of years, a friend of Gov.President’s chair