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United States (United States) (search for this): entry webber-samuel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Cambridge (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry webber-samuel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Byfield (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry webber-samuel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Frances E. Willard (search for this): entry webber-samuel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Sir Richard Webster (search for this): entry webber-samuel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
July 17th, 1810 AD (search for this): entry webber-samuel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
Webber, Samuel 1759-1810 Educator; born in Byfield, Mass., in 1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; a1759; graduated at Harvard College in 1784; entered the ministry; and became a tutor in Harvard in 1787; was Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy there in 1789-1804, and then became president. He was one of the commissioners appointed to settle the boundary-line between the United States and the British provinces; vicepresident of the American Academy; author of System of Mathematics; Eulogy On President Willard; and reviser of Jedidiah Morse's American universal geography. He died in Cambridge, Mass., July 17, 1810. Webster, Daniel
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