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The reminiscences of James Burrill Angell.

by James Burrill Angell

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Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Angell, James Burrill, 1829-1916.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of the 1911 ed.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE664.A55 A6 1971
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 258 p.
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4467653M
    ISBN 100836957229
    LC Control Number79152970
    OCLC/WorldCa140404

    James Burrill Angell () ~ Inducted James Burrill Angell had a remarkably diverse career-- Brown University graduate, professor of languages, newspaper editor, university president, and diplomat. He is best known as the longest-serving president of the University of Michigan where he aspired to provide an 'uncommon education for. James Burrill was born in Providence on Ap He graduated from Brown University where he studied law. He served as Attorney General for RI from - He was a member of the State House of Representatives from - He was chief justice of the state supreme court in

    Angell, James (Rowland) (–) educator, psychologist; born in Burlington, Vt. (son of James Burrill Angell). Influenced by such teachers as John Dewey and William James, he completed his graduate studies in Europe and spent a year () as instructor in psychology at the University of Minnesota before going to the University of Chicago where he was a faculty . The Reminiscences of James Burrill Angell Angell, James Burrill NY: Longmans, Gree President of the University of Michigan for 38 years and a “man of national affairs”. Angell, James Burrill ().

    Angell, James Rowland. WORKS BY ANGELL. SUPPLEMENTARY BIBLIOGRAPHY. James Rowland Angell (–), psychologist, educational administrator, and public-service counselor, came from New England stock. His father, James Burrill Angell, a direct descendant of Thomas Angell, who went to Rhode Island in with Roger Williams, was at various times .   Adjective []. affable (comparative more affable, superlative most affable). Receiving others kindly and conversing with them in a free and friendly manner; friendly, courteous, sociable. James Burrill Angell, The Reminiscences Of James Burrill Angell, chapter ix "Mission To The Ottoman Empire" Furthermore, I may say, that the Sultan was .


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Under his energetic leadership, Michigan gained prominence as an elite public mater: Brown University. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Angell, James Burrill, Reminiscences of James Burrill Angell. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., Excerpt from The Reminiscences of James Burrill Angell Many of my friends can bear witness that it is not without a certain reluctance that I have prepared this volume of Rem iniscences for publication.

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They were remotely related. I am the oldest of eight children, two of whom died in infancy. I am the lineal descendant, of the seventh. James Burrill Angell, (born Jan. 7,Scituate, R.I., U.S.—died April 1,Ann Arbor, Mich.), educator and diplomat who elevated the University of Michigan to academic prominence during his 38 years as its president.

Angell graduated in from Brown University, Providence, R.I., and was professor of modern languages and literature there from to   The Reminiscences Of James Burrill Angell/ChapterIV.

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xiv (i), pp, preface, self-portrait, list of b&w illustrations, I. President Angell Meets the Students; II. The Angell Stock Takes Root in America; III. From Providence to Scituate; IV. The Five Tavern Generations; V. The Famous Angell Tavern; VI.

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The Reminiscences of James Burrill Angell by Angell, James Burrill. $ Free shipping. The Colors of Time (NoDust) by Seller Rating: % positive. James Rowland Angell, (born May 8,Burlington, Vt., U.S.—died March 4,Hamden, Conn.), psychologist and university president who rebuilt and reorganized Yale University in the s and ’30s.

A son of educator James Burrill Angell, the young Angell studied psychology at the University of Michigan under John Dewey, at Harvard University. James Rowland Angell (/ ˈ eɪ n dʒ əl /; May 8, – March 4, ) was an American psychologist and served as the President of Yale University between and His father, James Burrill Angell (–), was president of the University of Vermont from to and then the University of Michigan from to Born: May 8,Burlington, Vermont.

JAMES BURRILL ANGELL was born at Scituate, Rhode Island, January 7,in direct descent from Thomas Angell, who accompanied Roger Williams on his expulsion from the Massachusetts Colony in He was prepared for college at the University Grammar School, Providence, entered Brown University inand was graduated with the highest.

came to Angell, but he will be remembered in psychology pri-marily for his championship of biological functionalism and for his administrative genius in aiding the growth of the science.

Angell was born, the youngest of three children, in Burling-ton, Vermont, on May 8,the son of James Burrill Angell and Sarah Caswell Size: KB. James Burrill Angell (jāmz bûr´əl ān´jəl), –, American educator, editor, and diplomat, b. Scituate, R.I., grad. Brown,and studied abroad.

He became professor of modern languages at Brown. Resigning inhe served as editor of the Providence Journal. Later, as president of the Univ. of Vermont (–71) and of the Univ. of Michigan (–), Angell became. Angell corresponded with a wide range of educators, diplomats, and politicians.

Two folders of note, titled "Miscellaneous" and "Regarding death of Sarah Angell" contain letters to James from local organizations and university departments offering. James Burrill Angell had heard about chapel at Michigan even before he got to Ann Arbor in the summer of He’d just left the presidency of the University of Vermont to take over at U-M, though only after he played hard-to-get for more than a year; he finally said yes when the Regents agreed to his demand for an annual salary of $4, James Burrill Angell (January 7, – April 1, ) was an American educator, academic administrator, and is best known for being the longest-serving president of the University of Michigan (–).

Under his leadership Michigan gained prominence as an elite public university. Today, he is often cited by Michigan administrators for providing the vision of.

Angell, James Burrill (jāmz bûr`əl ān`jəl), –, American educator, editor, and diplomat, b. Scituate, R.I., grad. Brown,and studied abroad.

He. The reminiscences of James Burrill Angell A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents - Section 4 (of 4) of Volume 1: James Madison Canal Reminiscences: Recollections Of Travel In The Old Days On The James River And Kanawha Canal.James Burrill Angell (–) State of Residence: Michigan.

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary (China) Appointed: April 9, Presentation of Credentials: Aug Termination of Mission: Left post on October 4, Commissioned to China.James, John Angell, The life and letters of John Angell James: including an unfinished autobiography /, also by T.

S. James, ed. by R. W. Dale (page images at HathiTrust) James, John Angell, The life of the Rev. Richard Knill, of St. Petersburg: being selections from his reminescences, journals, and correspondence.