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Boston, E.P. Guild & Co., Life and career. Hosea Ballou was born in Richmond, New Hampshire, to a family of Huguenot origin. The family claimed to be of Anglo-Norman heritage. The son of Maturin Ballou, a Baptist minister, Hosea Hosea Ballou was self-educated, and devoted himself early on to the ministry.
In he converted to Universalism, and in became pastor of a congregation in Dana, : ApRichmond, New Hampshire. Full text of "Hosea Ballou, 2d, D. D., first president of Tufts college: his origin, life, and letters" See other formats.
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History of Tufts College, The Founding of the College. CHAPTER SECOND: PRESIDENT BALLOU'S ADMINISTRATION CHAPTER THIRD:PRESIDENT MINER CHAPTER SIXTH:THE MEDICAL SCHOOL. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF LETTERS. HOSEA BALLOU, 2D, D.D. Ballou, Hosea, A voice to Universalists / (Boston: J.M.
Usher, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Ballou, Hosea,comp: The Universalist hymn-book: a new collection of Psalms and hymns, for the use of Universalist societies. (Boston, Munroe and Francis, ), also by Edward Turner (page images at HathiTrust) Ballou, Hosea,comp: The Universalists' hymn-book:.
Having been one of the biggest influences in the establishment of the College, Hosea Ballou 2d became the first President of Tufts College in He was its first professor of History and Intellectual Philosophy.
It would be thirty years after his death before another professor at Tufts was able to match his scholarly and teaching ability in. The Ballou Family The Ballou family of New England produced some of the most well-known and distinguished American Universalists, including Hosea Ballou, the leading theologian and evangelist of early 19th-century Universalism; Hosea Ballou 2d, Universalist historian and first president of Tufts University; and Adin Ballou, a significant theorist of pacifism and the founder of the Hopedale.
In the divinity school was organized. The first president was the Rev. Hosea Ballou, 2d, D. D., who died inand was succeeded by the Rev.
Alonzo A. Miner, D. D., LL. Miner resigned inand was succeeded by the Rev. Elmer Hewitt Capen. In the college department there are two parallel courses of four years each.
Hosea Starr Ballou wrote a biography of Hosea Ballou, 2d, the first president of Tufts College, and many addresses. Rev. Elmer H.
Capen, president of Tufts College from topublished many articles and sermons, a tribute to John Boyle O'Reilly, wrote a history of Tufts College and of Universalism for the ‘Encyclopaedia Britannica. Browse any ebooks by genre Nonfiction.
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We are based in Sydney, Australia and ship all over the world. Buy your books and related items online with Booktopia and we will take care of you. Hosea Ballou II was an American Universalist minister and the first president of Tufts University from to Ballou was named after his uncle and went by the name "Hosea Ballou 2d.
" Publishers, friends, editors, Tufts University staff, and others generally followed this example. On AugHosea Ballou, 2d was inaugurated as President of Tufts College. He would also serve there as Professor of History and Professor of Intellectual Philosophy until his death in Always over-exerting himself, and increasingly ill, Hosea passed away calmly in the President’s House at Tufts on Monday, In July,the Rev.
Thomas J. Sawyer, D.D., was elected president of the College. But he declined to accept the office on the terms prescribed, and in May,the Rev. Hosea Ballou, 2d, D.D., was chosen to the office, which he filled until his death in May, A bookbinder by trade, he was persuaded in his early manhood to fit himself for the ministry and studied under the direction of Hosea Ballou, 2d, D.D.
He was ordained at Boston, June 9,and had his first pastorate at Barre, Mass. Subsequent settlements were at Hingham, New Bedford, Chicopee, Shelburne Falls, Southbridge and Sturbridge.
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He received an LL.D. from Tufts College in He was a trustee of Bellevue Medical College and Hospital and a member of the State Historical Society, the beneficent society called Order of Odd Fellows, and the prestigious Century Club, composed of "authors, artists, and amateurs of.
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"Augustine was a great and good man," wrote the Universalist minister Hosea Ballou 2nd, later the first president of Tufts University, in "Yet he was the father of the present orthodox system of total depravity, irresistible grace, and sovereign, partial election.".
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Hosea Ballou, the first president of Tufts College, had marked out a course of theological study, and to this Mr. Goodrich devoted over three years. Besides this he taught school for ten months.
Late inhowever, he accepted an invitation from the First Universalist parish in Haverhill, Mass. The eldest son of Mr. Ballou, Rev. Hosea Faxon Ballou, was born in Dana, Mass., April 4,and died in Wilmington, Vt., At the age of thirty he became desirous of entering the ministry, but hesitated from anxiety as to the support of his growing family.
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Mussey, ), by Hosea Ballou, Edward Turner, and Edward Turner (page images at. Presidential Move By Helene Ragovin will begin a leave of absence from Tufts to head to Yerevan to become president of the American University of Armenia (AUA).
AUA taught its first classes on Septemthe same day Armenia declared its independence from the Soviet Union. In an interesting twist, the original AUA building had. Tufts or Barnard. thesky 10 replies 3 threads New Member.
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A Man of Firsts. COVID GUIDANCE: For the first African-American tenure-track faculty member hired at Tufts, and the first African-American president of the City College of New York. Today he is a senior associate at the New England Resource Center for Higher Education, based at UMass-Boston, where he continues to be a voice for.Ballou had conferred upon him by Tufts College the honorary degree of LL.D.
in [Overlay: engraved portrait of L. W. Ballou and son Henry L. Ballou] p. Henry Latimer BALLOU, the son of Latimer and Sarah A. Ballou, was born in Cambridge, Mass., October 14th,and removed with his parents to Woonsocket the following year.Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos and David Kaplan have been named Distinguished Professors, an appointment reserved for senior faculty members who have made exceptional contributions to their disciplines, their students and the university as teachers and scholars who exemplify the best of Tufts.
Linda Abriola, who stepped down as dean of the School of Engineering in June.