The Small College and Its Unique Functions
by P.C. Weaver - 1938
BEGINNING her history, with the facts leading up to the October, 1866 meeting on Twin Oaks Hill, when the Rev. John Robinson called together a small group of frontier Presbyterians to dedicate the oak grove for the purpose of erecting therein a higher institution which would "build sons and daughters of the community into men and women of intelligence and purpose to be leaders in their own generation," Miss Notestein traces the various economic and cultural stages through which Wooster College passed up to 1910.
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