The inaugural address, delivered in Brunswick, September 9th, 1802

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T.B. Wait , Portland, [Me.]
McKeen, Joseph, -- 1757-1807, College presidents -- Inauguration, Eulogies --
Other titlesEulogy pronounced in Brunswick, Maine, July 18th, 1807, at the funeral of the late Rev. Joseph M"Keen
Statementby Joseph M"Keen, at his entrance on the duties of president of Bowdoin College ; with an eulogy, pronounced at his funeral / by William Jenks
ContributionsJenks, William, 1778-1866.
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p.
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Open LibraryOL15012470M

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