Sparks, James (17891866)

Sparks, James, president of Harvard University, born in Connecticut; bred a carpenter, took to study, attended Harvard, where he graduated, studied theology, and became Unitarian, becoming a minister in that body, but retired from the ministry and settled in Boston; edited the North American Review; wrote and edited biographies of eminent Americans, and edited the writings of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington (17891866).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Spanheim, Friedrich
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Sparks, James
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Speke, John Banning
Spence, Joseph