B. A. Burr
This catalog for the Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts for the year 1870 lists the trustees, faculty, students, and provides information about the design of the institution, conditions of admission, course of study, labor, location, farm and buildings, library, reading room, cabinet, literary society, public worship, expenses and how to defray them, a general statement on policies and the academic calendar.
Faculty members listed include Merritt C. Fernald, Samuel Johnson, Stephen F. Peckham, John Swift, Mrs. Mary L. Fernald, Calvin Cutter, Corydon B. Lakin, X. A. Willard, A. S. Packard Jr., James J. H. Gregory, and E. S. Morse.
Students listed in the junior class were: William Harvey George, George Everett Hammond, Edwin James Haskell, Heddle Hilliard, Oren Shaw Sargent, Eber Davis Thomas, Benjamin Franklin Watson, and George Osmer Weston.
Sophomore class: Joseph Eliot Payson Clark, John Jackson (noted as deceased), Samuel Lane, John Marshall Oak, Frederic Alexander Ransom, Charles Emery Reed, Frank Lamson Scribner, Marcus Peltiah Shorey (noted as deceased), and Harvey Bates Thayer.
Freshman class: Frank Pierce Burleigh, Mark Emery Burnham, Louville Curtis, Roland Curtis, Willie Herbert Gerrish, Rodney David Hunter, Wilbur Fremont Lovejoy, Samuel Campbell Moore, Charles Frederic Osgood, William Henry Reed, George Irving Trickey, Manley Hacker Whitehouse, Edward Ricker Wingate, and William Ireland Wood.
University of Maine, Office of Student Records, "Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, November, 1870" (1870). General University of Maine Publications. 4.
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