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Greenough White (1863–1901)

White, Greenough. An American educator and Episcopal clergyman; born in Massachusetts, 1863; died on July 2, 1901. He was professor of literature and of ecclesiastical history at the University of the South, Sewanee, TN, 1885–94. He wrote: ‘Sketch of the Philosophy of American Literature’; ‘The Rise of Papal Supremacy’; ‘Outline of the Rise of the Philosophy of English Literature.’