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Charles Wesley Bennett (1828–1891)

Bennett, Charles Wesley. An American Methodist divine and educator; born at East Bethany, NY, July 18, 1828; died at Evanston, IL, April 17, 1891. He was principal of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary (1869–71), professor of history and logic at Syracuse University (1871–85), professor of historical theology at Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston (1885–91). He wrote ‘National Education in Italy, France, Germany, England, and Wales’ (1878); and ‘Christian Art and Archæology of the First Six Centuries’ (1888).