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Clarence Cook Little, or C.C. Little, was the sixth president of the University of Maine, serving from 1922 to 1925. Just prior to his stint as president of UMaine, he served as the president of the University of Michigan for a short period of time. He started the Jackson Lab in Bar Harbor and was a scientist, an academic and aresearcher. He was also a eugenicist.
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Semmel, Sierra, "A Little controversy: Clarence Little in our history and on our campus" (2019). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 140.