The 19th Century: John C. Calhoun and Cassius Clay
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for the Study of Southern Culture. With the outbreak of the Civil War
he returned to New York becoming President of Columbia College in 1864.
In addition to his contributions to Columbia, he was instrumental in the
founding of the National Academy of Science.
Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard (1809-1889) b. in Sheffield, Massachusetts, Class of 1828