Union College - Garnet Yearbook (Schenectady, NY)

 - Class of 1934

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REV. SHELIJON JACKSON was horn in 1834. After studying at Glens Falls Acadeiny and at Hayesville lnstitute, he entered Union as a sopho- more in the class of 1855. Upon graduation, he entered Princeton 'liheological Seminary and was otdained hy fir. Nott in 1858. At the conclusion ol' many years work among the frontiersmen and Indians in the west, Ilr. ,laclcson lmegan work in Alaska where he was appointed United States General Agent of Education. He performed a great service to all northern people when he in- troduced into Alaska the domesticated reindeer of Siberia. VY-rwbmill ff. ell if Q. E A 23 Q Sw N : S S i R XX ,,,,ffp1u' 'lui -W DR. NOTT was born at Ashford, Connecticut, in 1773. I-le was graduated from Brown Uni- versity in 1795. Before coming' to Union as its president in IHO4, llr. Nott was a clergyinan in :Xlhany. On his arrival at Union, Rev. Nott found the college financially embarrassed, but succeeded in placing it on a sound footing. flur- ing the tirst decade of his presidency, the enroll- ment increased tive-fold. Dr. Nott was a great leader and teacher, being friendly and congenial, yet always keeping strict discipline. llis death in 1866 brought to a close the longest and most successful presidency of Ynion College. J-.. .-.. Q .-,1 , gc ......- M-.w.1,,.........m.-..i.n.,,K .a.m..rw.....f--..u:..mm aim:-tc!-fran.-Q -:.-.Qnwnfwv sa - . . .Q . .11 f.-:,n1.L-f.,1x...uU-1-..:1,1::..u:1.zx-ie-1,-H..-..m.t.:sAf.,m.1.w, F' R 1 -"ff-T"-"f"E"1"-f " -"'-l1-l"-iT::r-,4a-.ua4v-ses.v:- --24.,-,,g,,,:Y--, - , -4- 74,777 "1 a is ,ww it ,cf - -f ' - s- e- Z-'---ml-fe----M-:1-fMf--H-- t it" P if res ' f 1. 0 A 'Q'-pig Ilya -J: 4:43 ' '.1..-1-A-L1 ff seg 'sr - .--aw 1- ...... . , ,. . .. , , . .. . . 121- as il 1 1 f-J-'lr 7. - ,. , .,. ,,., . ...,. 4 -- ez, -nal, , - ..,1., ., :1 gage- , - wig I-t to wif 4 J wwfw sc? :W gi.. if ,. n, ,ffm M., it-'XFX-T?i',TA 55:51 :l?.T79?' 1 "':i"' AWG? ' -. "" - ' SV. i' 35? 2 "5iu'."-LINE' 'G +1 T3 - ' ka 1, - f 6. . . ... , ,ii , i Qt'-4 . QL' sill-.tit 1Fl':A:,1qlft,.,:5.f,-.Egg gba 5gQg?isf4 :.fk,e -lgw iflr ha d Q,I:Z,u aug Hg , nv ,G my 1 . -. - ,if: - '-tt, , .gy . , 1 lil f . f . . Z! Blissful' vrfrn 1.11. 1.-if...-.1 u ,j.u!T,LLL ,:qiw kg. , Ny.. ,A - W , 354 i , an ' Q' 'Q PH-TBUS-swf-wzuaf-1: . . ,,, -: ' 8-E 'll gl 5 Elly " - Hg S, "3 ,P -ll. ,gs-fa. 211 514 ill gl HA ga tl ls F, fig a lf.: lil '- t. ti 111. til? 551,55 El tj 'i .li F3 lt I' ll: 'Sic 17 I . t ai lf E 1 5? if tl E i - 'if' t' my

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ROBliR'l' TOQMBS, horn in Georgia in ISIC, spent some time at Franklin College, and gradu- ated from Union in 1828. In 1830 he entered the ' TA liar, and from that time ou his rise in the politi- A Y X cal field was rapid, attaining senatorship in 1853. E Ile was a Southern Wfhig, and upon the seces- xl 2 sion of Georgia from the 'Union in 1861, he with- ' I- sg, drew from the senate to land the southern cause. wi Qi' ,. l-le was a candidate for president of the Con- .l J M, lederacy, and his bravery won him much dis- l f tinetion in the battles of Bull Run and .-Xntietam. Z ,!419Xm? K? After the Civil XVar, he refused to take al- W6, 5.1 legianee to the 'United States, and lived tl1e rest Q'+,y,..?" 4 i ol his life as a citizen of Georgia, hut not of the J United States. 1 S ll . I! Qf .y If - , f ,1 iiizllllf . UI X Cgxlf , , , ' ' -I -49 i l i WN '77' if 7 X X I in X '- l 'Vg 4'Nm. .i ' X ' I ' lx Wiiiiillli W Z 1 Zi X .M -Q, . ...i Cl-ll2S'l'liR ALAN JXRrl'lrlUR, born in lfairlield, Vermont, Octoher 5, 1830, entered Union as a Sophomore in 1845, and was graduated at the age of eighteen a Phi Beta Kappa man. He ae- eepted the nomination as vice-president in 1880, and ou President Garlields assassination in 1801, he took the oath of olliee as President. His ae- Cession to the presidency created apprehensions, tor he was reputed to be a lactionist and a spoilsman, but in his inaugural address he stated his profound desire to administer his ollice in a spirit sans factional animosity. From this policy he never deviated till his death on Novemlier IS, 1886. Vi-1503 .-.C5REGGfei33 'Ui WQOD ri-- 13824 . 5 .HOFFMAN '462 4? l'l'l . as Q- , ov- Q .tote



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