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John M. Greene -- Journal entry, July 1861 (footnote to page 34)

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Footnote to page 34 -- When I say "Miss Smith was pleased with what has been done" I mean she was pleased that something had been done. What had been done was better than nothing. I wanted a Women's College and she wanted it, but I could find no prominent educator in New England who [?] it. Presidents of colleges to whom I wrote warned me against the danger as well as the absurdity of my idea that young women should have a college in which they [?] [?] advantages for [?] [?] to what young men have.
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