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First annual catalogue of Judson University, Judsonia, White Country, Arkansas. 1875-76

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Nevins & Myers, Book Printers , Columbus
Christian universities and colleges, Catalogs, Faculty, Students, Curricula, Directories, Judson University (Judsonia,
ContributionsEspy, Thomas Benton, 1837-1881
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p. ;
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1875-76 book editor William Ewing Orr. His description of the storm is the most vivid first-person account written. Following is an excerpt from "That’s Judsonia," a book published in by Orr, who later served two terms as president of the White County Historical Society.

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Judson College is the fifth oldest women’s college in the United States. It was founded by members of Siloam Baptist Church in in Marion, Alabama at a time when formal education for women was rare.

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