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Name:  Winton U Solberg  

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Professor at the University of Illinois.

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Redeem the Time: The Puritan Sabbath in Early America (Center for the Study of the History of Liberty in America Publication, Harvard University)
ISBN: 0674751302

Harvard University Press. 1977

Book by Solberg, Winton U.

The University of Illinois, 1894-1904: THE SHAPING OF THE UNIVERSITY
ISBN: 0252025792

University of Illinois Press. 2000

The years 1894-1904 mark the tenure of Andrew S Draper as president of the University of Illinois. Draper, a superintendent of schools, presided over many crucial improvements in the university's physical plant, curricula, and other areas. This volume examines the Draper years from the perspectives of faculty, students, and administrators.

The University of Illinois 1867-1894: An Intellectual and Cultural History
ISBN: 0252724240

University of Illinois Press. 1969

The University of Illinois 1867-1894: An Intellectual and Cultural History [Hardcover]

Reforming Medical Education: The University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1880-1920
ISBN: 0252033590

University of Illinois Press. 2009

The University of Illinois College of Medicine has its origins in the 1882 opening of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago. In 1897 the College of Physicians and Surgeons became affiliated with the University of Illinois and began a relationship that endured its fair share of trials, successes, and even a few bitter fights. In this fact-filled volume, Winton U. Solberg places the early history of the University of Illinois College of Medicine in a national and international context, tracing its origins, crises, and reforms through its first tumultuous decades.

Solberg discusses the role of the College of Medicine and the city of Chicago in the historic transformation from the late nineteenth century, when Germany was the acknowledged world center of medicine and the germ theory of disease was not yet widely accepted, to 1920, by which time the United States had emerged as the leader in modern medical research and education. With meticulous scholarship and attention to detail, this volume chronicles the long and difficult struggle to achieve that goal.

The Federal Convention and the Formation of the Union

Bobbs-Merrill. 1958

Federal Convention & the Formation of TH


Cotton Mather, the Christian Philosopher, and the Classics
ISBN: 0912296909

Amer Antiquarian Society. 1987

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