Woolsey, Theodore Dwight, Dd, Lld
Woolsey, Theodore Dwight, D.D., LL.D.
an eminent educator, was born in New York city, October 31, 1801; graduated from Yale College in 1820, and. attended Princeton Theological Seminary in 1821-23; was tutor at Yale College, 1823-25; student in Europe, 1827-30; was professor of Greek language and literature in Yale College, 1831-51; president in 1846-71; and thereafter resided at New Haven until his death, July 1, 1889. Dr. Woolsey was a fellow of the American Academy, and a corporate member of the A.B.C.F.M., 1859-68. He published, among other works, an Introduction to the Study of International Law, which has so far had five editions: — Political Science (2 volumes): and Communism and Socialism.