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Henry Barnard (1811–1900)

Barnard, Henry. A prominent American educator; born at Hartford, CT, Jan. 24, 1811; died there, July 5, 1900. He was president of the University of Wisconsin (1856–59) and St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD (1865–66); founded the American Journal of Education (1855); was United States Commissioner of Education (1867–70). Among his numerous writings may be named: ‘Hints and Methods for Teachers’ (1857); ‘Pestalozzi and Pestalozzianism’ (1861); ‘German Educational Reformers’ (1862).