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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Morgan, Anne Eugenia Felicia 1845- (search)
Morgan, Anne Eugenia Felicia 1845- Educator; born in Oberlin, O., Oct. 3, 1845; was graduated at Oberlin College in 1866; studied philosophy in Germany in 1872-74; and, returning to the United States, was instructor of languages at Oberlin College in 1875-76, and instructor of Greek and Latin in Vassar in 1877-78. In the latter year she became Professor of Philosophy in Wellesley College. In 1897 she invented a game called Bellecycle, which in order to play requires a practical application of experimental psychology. Her publications include Scripture studies on the origin and destiny of man; and The White Lady, a plan for the study of comparative literature.