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Clergyman , educator

Samuel Phillips Newman, American clergyman, educator.

Background

Newman, Samuel Phillips was born on June 6, 1797 in Andover, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Review Mark and Sarah (Phillips) Newman.

Education

Graduated from Harvard, 1816. Attended Andover Theological Seminary, 1818.

Career

Tutor, Bowdoin College, 1818, professor Greek and Latin, 1819, professor rhetoric and oratory, 1824, lecturer civil polity and political economy, 1824-1839, acting president, 1830-1833. Became head newly established State Normal School, Barre, Massachusetts, 1839. Author: A Practical System of Rhetoric or the Principals and Rules of Style (textbook), 1827.

Elements of Political Economy, 1835.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A Practical System of Rhetoric or the Principals and Rules of Style (textbook), 1827. Elements of Political Economy, 1835.

Connections

Married Caroline Kent, May 31, 1821, 5 daughters.

father:
Review Mark Newman

mother:
Sarah (Phillips) Newman

spouse:
Caroline Kent