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Dickinson College holds annual commencement ceremonies

Old West, Dickinson College, circa 1845
Dickinson College, at its annual commencement ceremonies, grants baccalaureate degrees to twenty members of the class of 1849.  One of the graduates, Moncure Daniel Conway of Falmouth, Virginia, will become a vocal and active abolitionist in the coming years. (By James Gerencser)
Source Citation: 
Commencement Program, July 12, 1849, Archives and Special Collections, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA.


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