Addresses of J.H. Carlisle
AC 8 .C3x
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James Henry Carlisle was the third president of Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C. from 1875 to 1902. Born in Winnsboro, S.C. on May 4, 1825, Carlisle graduated from South Carolina College in 1842. He became professor of mathematics and astronomy at the newly established Wofford in 1854. He died October 21 1909. J. H. Carlisle, Jr. was born August 22, 1863 on Wofford's campus. He was a teacher and dealt in real estate. He died February 27, 1940
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Addresses of J. H. Carlisle consists of 18 speeches and addresses delivered by James Henry Carlisle, third president of Wofford College located in Spartanburg, S.C. Prof. Carlisle's son, J. H. Carlisle, Jr. compiled and edited the collection in 1910. The topics include Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mathematics, Education, and Madame DeStael. Please see the attached Table of Contents to see the titles of the addresses.
Winthrop purchased the volume in May 1911
The State Company
Wofford College, Speeches, 19th century Education
Education | History | Religion | Speech and Rhetorical Studies
Carlisle, James Henry and Carlisle, J. H. Jr., "Addresses of J.H. Carlisle" (1910). Rare Books. 10.