Elisha Bartlett taught in nine schools, his appointments being professor of pathological anatomy and materia medica at the Berkshire Medical Institute in Pittsfield, Massachusetts in 1832, professor at Dartmouth in 1839, professor of the theory and practice of medicine at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky in 1841 and at the University of Maryland in 1844, professor of materia medica and obstetrics at Vermont Medical College in 1844 (he taught a course for thirteen weeks each year until 1854), and professor of the theory and practice of medicine at the University of Louisville in March 1849 for one session only, after which he went to the University of New York.Bartlett, Elisha
When illness which was to result in paralysis struck Bartlett in 1854, he passed his time writing a little volume entitled "Simple Settings in Verse, for Six Portraits and Pictures from Mr. Dickens’s Gallery," which he sent as a farewell gift to his friends before his death on July 19, 1855.Bartlett, Elisha
Egyptology was established as a department of study in 1948 through the will of Theodora Wilbour, who had died in 1947, leaving $750,000 to start the department and endow a chair in Egyptology in memory of her father, Charles Edwin Wilbour 1854.Egyptology
In 1854 he went to work for the "New York Herald Tribune."Egyptology
At Brown he was replaced by Frederick Hesse, who was named as instructor in drawing and civil engineering, and by Rev. Henry Day, professor of natural philosophy and civil engineering from 1852 to 1854.Engineering
The Brown chapter flourished until 1854, when it ended abruptly, after a number of its members left college as a result of their involvement in the dissemination of a mock program at the junior exhibition.Fraternities
True to his vocation, Jewett turned down a college presidency and in 1854 accepted the opportunity to purchase and arrange the books needed for the new Boston Public Library.Jewett, Charles C.
The equestrian statue, a copy of the one on Capitoline Hill in Rome, was presented by Col. Robert Hale Ives Goddard 1858 on behalf of his deceased brother Moses Brown Ives Goddard 1854.Marcus Aurelius
Marcy negotiated the Canadian reciprocity treaty in 1854, sought the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands, promoted the abolition of the Danish Sound dues, urged the free navigation of international streams, and favored the annexation of Cuba if this could be accomplished without war.Marcy, William L.
Among the orators and poets have been Oliver Wendell Holmes in 1836, George William Curtis in 1854, Edward Everett Hale in 1885, and Woodrow Wilson in 1903.Phi Beta Kappa
When Henry Frieze left for the University of Michigan in 1854, the school was run by Merrick Lyon, who was in charge of the classical department, and his brother, Emory Lyon, who took over the English and mathematical department.University Grammar School
"The Elements of Moral Science" was first published in 1835, "The Elements of Political Economy" in 1837, and "The Elements of Intellectual Philosophy" in 1854.Wayland, Francis