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Thomas Chase (1827–1892)

Chase, Thomas. An American educator and prose-writer; born in Worcester, MA, June 16, 1827; died in Providence, RI, Oct. 5, 1892. In 1855 became professor of philology and classical literature at Haverford College, near Philadelphia; in 1875 its president. In 1878 Harvard gave him the degree of LL.D. Among his publications are: ‘Hellas: her Monuments and Scenery’ (1861); an address on ‘Liberal Education: Its Aims and Methods.’