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Chapter 3: college days at Bowdoin; United States Military Academy After rising every day except Sundays for three weeks at four o'clock and continuing work un
that time commenced during the last week in September.
Soon after reaching Bowdoin, before I was fairly settled in my college room in the south end of North Hall ecame fast friends and always exchanged confidences.
During the first term at Bowdoin we were, I may say, broken in to systematic study.
The daily routine embraced ol wages and from my mother's economy and self-denial paid all the expenses at Bowdoin which, including my preparatory course, cost a sum in the neighborhood of $1,1 e a high stand.
By diligent study I was able to pass all my examinations at Bowdoin and secure my proper degree at graduation, though it was impossible for me to in hand at the door.
The present beautiful chapel is not the one I found at Bowdoin in 1846, but is a new one, handsomely constructed, which, for a time, answered