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Shurtleff, Roswell, 1773-1861

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1773 - 1861

Roswell Shurtleff was born on August 29, 1773, in Ellington, Connecticut. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1799. From 1800 to 1804, Shurtleff was a tutor at the College, after which he began his study of divinity. After being ordained an evangelist in 1810, Shurtleff became the pastor of the Congregational Church at Dartmouth College, as well as College librarian. He began teaching at the College as professor of moral philosophy and political economy in 1827, a position he held until 1838, when he became professor emeritus. Shurtleff died on February 4, 1861, in Hanover, NH.

Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:

Roswell Shurtleff letter

Mss 804517
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Identifier: Mss 804517
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Roswell Shurtleff letter

Mss 804303
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Identifier: Mss 804303
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Roswell Shurtleff letter

Mss 807551
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Identifier: Mss 807551
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Roswell Shurtleff letter

Mss 807567.1
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Identifier: Mss 807567.1
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Roswell Shurtleff letter

Mss 807605
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Identifier: Mss 807605
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Roswell Shurtleff letter

Mss 808140
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Identifier: Mss 808140
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Roswell Shurtleff memoranda

Mss 806900
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Identifier: Mss 806900
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Roswell Shurtleff memorandum

Mss 810429
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Identifier: Mss 810429
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Roswell Shurtleff memorandum

Mss 810431
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Identifier: Mss 810431
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Roswell Shurtleff memorandum

Mss 811302
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Identifier: Mss 811302
Scope and Contents Roswell Shurtleff memorandum of Bixby's statement of his (Bixby's) conversation with President Wheelock, Preceptor Mann and Tutor Mack concerning a subscription for Bixby's education.