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John Harvard

(1607—1638) educational benefactor


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John W. Chaffee. Branches of Heaven: A History of the Imperial Clan of Sung China. (Harvard East Asian Monographs, number 183.) Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University East Asia Center; Distributed by Harvard University Press, Cambridge. 1999. Pp. xx, 441. $45.00

Multi-ethnic Japan. By John Lie. Harvard University Press, 2001. 248 pp. Cloth, $35.00

Circles and Lines: The Shape of Life in Early America. By John Demos (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2004. xi plus 98 pp. $19.95)

The Minority Rights Revolution. By John D. Skrentny. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2002. xvi, 473 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-674-00899-5.)

614.1. Tu. 4 May '79. John Taylor (Ashbourne). Address: Revd Dr Taylor Ashburn Derbyshire. Franked by Strahan. Postmarks: 5 and 6 MA. Harvard.—

278.2. Tu. 13 Oct. '72. John Taylor (Ashbourne). Address: To the Reverend Dr Taylor in Ashbourne Derbyshire. Postmark: 13 OC. Harvard.—

John Brown's Trial. By Brian McGinty. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009. 350 pp. $27.95, ISBN 978-0-674-03517-1.)

John D. Skrentny. The Minority Rights Revolution. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. 2002. Pp. xiv, 473. $35.00

John Hagan. Northern Passage: American Vietnam War Resisters in Canada. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 2001. Pp. xiii, 269. $27.95

 

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(1607–38), founder of Harvard University; son of Robert Harvard, a Londoner who in 1605 married Katherine Rogers in Stratford. They lived in Southwark near the Globe. In 1596 her father Thomas, a prosperous butcher, had rebuilt his house in the High Street, Stratford, with splendid carved-wood decorations. Now known as Harvard House, it is administered by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.

From The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.


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