Founded only two years after the end of the Civil War, Atlanta's Morehouse College to this day remains one of the few traditional men's colleges in the United States. Originally dedicated to an all-black student body that was focused on studying the ministry and education, today the school welcomes students of all races to a full range of liberal-arts studies. The extraordinary history of the school was first explored in 1917's *History of Morehouse College, * written by the then-dean of the college. From its founding and early presidents to the roster of illustrious alumni and their work through the early years of the 20th century, this is an important document of African-American history, and includes the school's original charter and lists of students and graduates from 1871 through 1916. African-American author and educator BENJAMIN GRIFFITH BRAWLEY (1882-1939) wrote extensively on black culture.Student Rochester Theological Seminary, Rochester, N. Y. Haynes, James C, Ac, 1900. Insurance, 419 ... Haynes, William H., A.B., 1915; A.B., University of Chicago, 1916. Probation ... Pullman Car Service, Kansas City, Mo. Hogan, Peter F.
|Title||:||History of Morehouse College|
|Publisher||:||Cosimo, Inc. - 2009-01-01|