Definition of Andrew D. White
1. Noun. United States educator who in 1865 (with Ezra Cornell) founded Cornell University and served as its first president (1832-1918).
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Literary usage of Andrew D. White
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Methods of Teaching History by William Eaton Foster, Andrew Dickson White, Charles Kendall Adams, John William Burgess, Sir John Robert Seeley, Herbert Baxter Adams, Ephraim Emerton, George Sylvester Morris, Richard Theodore Ely, Albert Bushnell Hart, William Coe Collar, Joseph Thac (1883)
"BY Andrew D. White, CORNELL UNIVERSITY. THE theory and practice of historical instruction in Cornell University may be outlined as follows: — 1. ..."
2. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"1 536) BY Andrew D. White |N ANY view of modern civilization Erasmus is a leading personage, for he is one of the two great militant literary men of modern ..."
3. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"A DAY WITH Andrew D. White AT HIS HOME IN ITHACA EW men have been as helpful and useful to their fellow- men and their country in so many different ways as ..."
4. Papers of the American Historical Association by American Historical Association (1890)
"A CATECHISM OF THE REVOLUTIONARY REACTION.1 By Andrew D. White, Ex-President Cornell University. If action and reaction be equal in politics, as in physics, ..."