Guide to the State aid to the U.S. Land-Grant Colleges address, 1888

Collection number: UA 22/14
Size: (1 item) (.10 cu.ft.)

About the State aid to the U.S. Land-Grant Colleges address

Senator Justin S. Morrill of Vermont first introduced the idea of establishing Land-Grant Colleges to Congress in 1858. That bill was vetoed by President Buchanan. Morrill tried again and the College Land Grant was passed in 1862. This established Agricultural Colleges in 47 states.

This series consists of one pamphlet containing the address given by Congressman Justin S. Morrill in the Vermont State House of Representatives. Senator Morrill discusses his role in the creation of the Land-Grant Colleges and their success.

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Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

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Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.

Preferred Citation

State aid to the U.S. Land-Grant Colleges address, 1888, UA 22/14, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

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These records were transferred to the University Library for storage prior to the establishment of the University Archives.