Hopkins, Mark, Dd, Ll D

Hopkins, Mark, D.D., LL. D.

an eminent Congregational educator, was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, February 4, 1802. He graduated from Williams College in 1824; was a tutor there from 1825 to 1827; graduated from the Berkshire Medical College in 1829; was professor of rhetoric and moral philosophy in Williams College, 1830-36; of moral and intellectual philosophy and president from 1836 to 1872; professor of theology, 1858-72, and died June 17, 1887. He was a fellow of the American Academy, corporate member of the American Board from 1838, and president from 1857. Dr. Hopkins was the author of seventy-five different publications, including pamphlets and addresses. A complete list is to be found in the Cong. Year- book, 1888, page 28.

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