The Story of Northwestern University

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THE STORY OF NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

BY ESTELLE FRANCES WARD Author of "CHRISTOPHER MONCK, DUKE OF ALBEMARLE."

DECORATIONS BY PARK PHIPPS

"Despite the imperfections of your
betters, we leave you a great in-
heritance, for which others will one
day call you to account."
J. M. BARRIE

NEW YORK DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY 1924

-iii-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Book I - The Age of Heroes 1
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 11
  • Chapter III 17
  • Chapter IV 24
  • Chapter V 29
  • Chapter VI 31
  • Chapter VII 41
  • Chapter VIII 45
  • Chapter IX 51
  • Chapter X 59
  • Book II - The Civil War and After 71
  • Chapter I 73
  • Chapter II 79
  • Chapter III 84
  • Chapter IV 93
  • Chapter V 100
  • Chapter VI 104
  • Chapter VII 108
  • Chapter VIII 112
  • Chapter IX 118
  • Chapter X 128
  • Book III - The Voice of the Students 133
  • Chapter I 135
  • Chapter II 142
  • Chapter III 150
  • Book IV - Maxing a Modern University 157
  • Chapter I 159
  • Chapter II 165
  • Chapter III 170
  • Chapter IV 178
  • Chapter V 181
  • Chapter VI 185
  • Chapter VII 188
  • Chapter VIII 196
  • Chapter IX 203
  • Chapter X 213
  • Chapter XI 216
  • Chapter XII 224
  • Chapter XIII 227
  • Book V - The Age of the Great Deans> 233
  • Chapter I 235
  • Chapter II 244
  • Chapter III 249
  • Chapter IV 252
  • Book VI - The World War 257
  • Chapter I 259
  • Chapter II 281
  • Chapter III 284
  • Chapter IV 287
  • Book VII - Greater Northwestern 293
  • Chapter I 295
  • Chapter II - The Board of Trustims 335
  • Chapter III - Greater Northwestern 344
  • Book VIII - The Changing World 353
  • Chapter I 355
  • Chapter II 360
  • Chapter III 366
  • Chapter IV 372
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