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James Woodrow (1828–1907)

Woodrow, James. A distinguished American Presbyterian clergyman and educator; born at Carlisle, England, May 30, 1828; died in 1907. He edited the Southern Presbyterian Review, 1861–65, and from 1865 was editor of the Southern Presbyterian. After filling several professorships in various Southern colleges, he became president of South Carolina College in 1891. He published many review articles, including: ‘Geology and its Assailants’ (1862); ‘An Examination of Certain Recent Assaults on Physical Science’ (1873); ‘A Further Examination’ (1874); etc.