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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Harvard_University

Harvard College, around which Harvard University eventually grew, was founded in 1636 in ... With some 17,000 Puritans migrating to New England by 1636, Harvard was founded in anticipation of the need for training clergy for the new ...

www.harvard.edu/about-harvard/harvard-glance/history

The history of Harvard University, including the history of the Veritas shield, ... higher education in the United States, established in 1636 by vote of the Great and ...

www.allabouthistory.org/history-of-harvard.htm

Find out the points of their system of study. ... The history of Harvard University begins in 1630, when the Puritans settled Boston and ... Harvard was officially born in 1636 and took up John 17:3 as its first goal: “And this is life eternal, that they ...

www.celebrateboston.com/cambridge/harvard-college-founded.htm

Harvard University college was founded in 1636, just six years after Boston was ... pummeled them so outrageously that even the stern Puritans of that severe ...

www3.nd.edu/~rbarger/www7/harvard.html

Harvard College was established in 1636 by vote of the Great and General Court of ... in Puritan congregations throughout New England, the College was never ...

www.worldbook.com/blog/This-Week-in-History-Harvard-University-was-founded-in-1636

Nov 2, 2015 ... Harvard College (now Harvard University) founded, 1636 (Oct. 28). Harvard University was ... Harvard was a Puritan minister. He left half of his ...

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Sep 8, 2016 ... Harvard College was founded on September 8, 1636 to provide for the ... college would become one of the preeminent institutions of Puritan ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Harvard_University

Aug 4, 2017 ... Founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning still ... The connection to the Puritans can be seen in the fact that, for its first ...

assets.press.princeton.edu/chapters/s10320.pdf

But its first settlers found the area too cramped and left in 1636 for. Connecticut. The college was intended to uphold orthodox Puritanism, as interpreted by.