Bucknell University

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Bucknell University

(bŭknĕl`), at Lewisburg, Pa.; coeducational; founded 1846 as the Univ. of Lewisburg. Its present name was adopted in 1886. Bucknell has a college of arts and sciences and a college of engineering.
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Born in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania (December 31, 1853); transferred to West Point in his second year at Lewisburg University (now Bucknell); graduated from West Point and commissioned in the 1st Artillery (1875); instructor at West Point (1876-1880) and promoted 1st lieutenant (July 1880); adjutant at the artillery school, Fort Monroe, Virginia (1884-1885), and then taught military science at the Naval War College (1885-1888); aide-de-camp to John M.