Harvard, John

Harvard, John,

1607–38, English minister in America and first major benefactor of Harvard College, b. Southwark, England, M.A. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1635. He immigrated in 1637 to Charlestown, Mass., where he was assistant to the pastor and teaching elder of the First Church. He bequeathed £780 (half his estate) and his library of 320 volumes to the new established college at Cambridge, Mass., which was named in his honor.

Harvard, John

(1607–38) benefactor; born in London, England. He became a teaching elder in the church at Charlestown, Mass. He left half his estate—including his 400-volume library—to the college which was named after him in 1639.
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After retiring from Harvard, John assisted Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and the University of Missouri-St Louis in developing Irish studies programs by presenting them with source materials and books from his personal collections and library.
En route to Harvard, John persuaded his older brother, acting as guide, to stop at the studio of John Singleton Copley, the leading painter in America at the time.
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The creators (which include graduates of Princeton, Harvard, Johns Hopkins and other top institutions) have emphasized its ability to handle millions of transactions per second-something few other cryptocurrencies can claim to offer.
Among its members are UCLA, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Cleveland Clinic and many others nationwide.
In this reprint from 1970 aimed at sociologists, psychologists, and social scientists, the late Levine, who was a professor of health behavior at Harvard School of Public Health, and Scotch, who has taught health behavior at Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and Boston U.
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