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Cantabrigia (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry harvard-john
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
Charlestown, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry harvard-john
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638. Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 163
Southwark (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry harvard-john
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry harvard-john
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
November, 1607 AD (search for this): entry harvard-john
Harvard, John 1607-1638 Philanthropist and founder of Harvard College; born in Southwark, England, in November, 1607; graduated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1635; emigrated to Massachusetts, where he was made a freeman, in 1637, and in Charlestown became a preacher of the Gospel. He bequeathed one-half of £ 1,500 for the founding of a college, and also left to the institution his library of 320 volumes. He died in Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 14, 1638
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