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An act (Statutos, 1843] to amend an act entitled "An act (Statutes, 1851) relative
to Columbia College in the city of New York," passed March 23, 1810. (Laws
of 1852, ch. 310.) April 15, 1852. Original charter and acts of the legislature relating to the college. New York,
1854. An act to authorize the trustees of Columbia College in the city of New York to
take and hold certain real estate. (Laws of 1857, ch. 132.) March 19, 1857. An act to authorize the trustees of Colunbia College in the city of New York to
take and hold certain real estate. (Laws of 1860, ch. 51.) March 2, 1860. On the authority of these two laws the site of the college at Forty ninth street was pur
chased. An act to amend the cbarter of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the city
of New York. March 24, 1860. Chapter 111.
This gave tbe trustees the right to confer degrees directly without the intervention of the regents as formerly. Immediately succeeding this act and under its influence the
College of Physicians and Surgeons was made the medical department of Columbia. An act relative to the law school of Columbia ('o'lege. April 7, 1860. (Laws of
1860, ch. 202: statutes, 1866.) An act in relation to Columbia College in the city of New York. March 8, 1872.
(Laws of 1872, ch. 96.)
(Granting general power to hold land.) An act in relation to Columbia College in the city of New York. March 28, 1884.
(Laws of 1884, ch. 6).) An act to amend the charter of the College of Physicians and Surgeons (medical
department of Columbia College). April 17, 1885. Laws of 1885, ch. 146.) Act authorizing change of name to (olumbia University, 1896.
2. OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS.
1. Statutes of Columbia College. 2. Resolutions of the board of trustees, 1820-1868. New York, 1868. 3. Resolutions of the board of trustees, 1868-1874. New York, 1874. 4. Resolutions of the board of trustees, 1874-1879. New York, 1879. 5. Resolutions of the board of trustees, Vol. VIII, 1880-188.5. New York, 1885. 6. Resolutions of the board of trustees, Vol. IX, 1883-1889. New York. 1889. 7. Resolutions of the board of trustees. Extracts from the minutes printed
monthly to date. 8. Presidents' reports.' Annual. Printed for the co'lege. 9. Report of the board of trustees of Columbia College to the regents of the Uni
versity of the State of New York. Annnal. Printed in the regents' reports. 10. Annual report of the treasurer of Columbia College. Printed for the use of
the trustees. 11. Annual Catalogue of Columbia College (including The Register and The Cir
cular of Information). Printed for the college in this form till 1878. 12. Annual Register, 1879 to date. 13. Annual Handbook, 1879 to date.
The handbook contains each year a brief historical sketch of the college. 14. General catalogue of the officers and graduates, 1754-1888. Tenth edition.
Prepared by J. H. Van Amringe. New York, 1884. 15. Annual (Catalogue of the Coilege of Physicians and Surgeons. New York.
Printed for college. 16. Report relative to the course of instruction and discipline in ('olumbia Col.
lege. Presented to the trustees February 2, 1810. New York, 1810. 17. Report of the committee of the trustees relative to the removal of the college.
New York, 1851.
18. Report of the select committee of the legislature (New York State) appointed
to examine into the affairs of Columbia College. Albany, 1855. 19. Report of a committee of the trustees appointed to inquire into the condition
of the college. New York, 1858.
3. SEMIOFFICIAL DOCUMENTS.
1. The Founding of King's (afterwards Columbia) College, by Daniel J. Pratt.
Annals of Public Education in the State of New York. University Con
vocation. Regents' Report, 1874, pp. 715-780, 2. The Founding of the University of the State of New York, under the legisla
tive acts of 1784 and 1787, by Daniel J. Pratt. Regents' Report, 1876, pp.
671-718. 3. Annals of Public Education (resumed), by Daniel J. Pratt. Regents' Report,
1883, pp. 671-748. 4. Legislative grants and franchises enacted for the benefit of academies, etc.,
from 1786-1873. Annals of Public Education, by Daniel J. Pratt. Uni
versity Convocation, 1872, p. 205. 5. University of the State of New York Historical and Statistical Record, 1784
1884, by Franklin B. Hough. Printed by authority of legislature, Albany,
1885. 6. ('ontributions to the History of Medical Education and Medical Institutions in
the United States, 1776-1876. Special report prepared for the United States
Bureau of Education by N. S. Davis, A. M., M. D. Washington, 1877. 7. The Study of History in American Colleges and Universities, by Herbert B.
Adams. Ph. D. Bureau of Education. Circular of Information No. 2.
1887. 8. History of Federal and State Aid to Higher Education in the United States,
by Frank W. Blackmar, Ph. D. Bureau of Education. Circular of Infor. mation No. 1. 1890.
1. An Historical Sketch of Columbia College in the City of New York, by Nathaniel
F. Moore, president. New York. Printed for the college, 1846, 2. The First Century of Columbia College, by Alfred Jones. New York, 1863. 3. An Historical Sketch of Columbia College in the City of New York, 1754-1876,
by J. Howard Van Amringe. New York, 1976. 4. History of the (o lege of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department of
Columbia College, by John Call Dalton, M. D., president. New York, 1888.
5. ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES.
Appleton's American ('yclopædia, Vol. V', p. 118.
6. MAGAZINE ARTICLES.
1. The National Quarterly Review, vol. 15, p. 303, Columbia College," by E. I.
- Appleton's Journal, Vol. ). p...).
5. Harper's Magazine, vol. 69: p. 715, Kings ('ollege; p. 813, Columbia College. 6. The New England Magazine, Vol. II, p. 362, “ ('olumbia College," by J. H.
Van Amringe. 7. The Cosmopolitan, Vol. VIII, p. 265, " Columbia ('ollege," by H. H. Boyesen. 8. Knickerbocker Magazine, vol. 61, p. 170, " The first century of Columbia
College." 9. The Nation, vol. 50, p. 369, “ Columbia as a university." 10. Magazine of American History, vol. 25, p. 249, “ Distinguished sons of Colum
bia," by President Seth Low, LL.D. 11. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 43, p. 311, - Colum
bia College alumni who have held official positions," by R. H. Green.
(Incomplete.) 12. The Library Journal, Vol. II, p. 70, " The library of Columbia College," by
Beverly N. Betts, librarian. 13. The l'niversity Quarterly, Vol. III, p. 41, “ The library of Columbia College "
by W. A. Jones, librarian. 14. The American Naturalist, vol. 13, p. 502, " The geological inuseum of Colum
bia,“ by I. C. Russell. 15. The International Review, vol. 12, p. 346, - Political science at Columbia ('ol
lege." by John W. Burgess, LL. D. 16. American Architect, vol. 24, p. 251, "Architectural education at ( olumbia College."
7. ADDRESSES, PAMPHLETS, ETC.
Statement of facts relative to the Elgin Botanic Garden, by David Hosack, M. D.
New York, 1811. Francis, J. W. Address on the life of R. R. Livingston, de ivered on the anni.
versary of the Philolexian Society of (olumbia ('ollege. 1831. Account of the celebration of the first semicentennial anniversary of the incor
poration of Columbia ('ollege by the legislature of New York, with the ora
ti n and poem de.ivered on the occasion. 1837. Testimonials presented to the trustees of Columbia College in behalf of Wolcott
.Gibhs. (andi late for the professorship of natural and experimental
philosophy and chemistry. 1151. Ruggles, S. B. Duty of Columbia College to the cominunity, and its right to
excinde l'nitarians from its professorship of physical science, considered by
one of its trustees. 155. Ogden, G. M. Defense of Columbia College from the attack of Ruggles. 1854. Addresses of the newly appointed professors, with an introduction by W. Betts.
18. Dwight, T. W. Inaugural addresses of Dwight and G. P. Marsh in Columbia
College. 1939. **Our Alma Mater Fifty Years Ago." An oration delivered before the Alumni
Association March 11, 1961, by Judge Blatchford. Proceedings at the inanguration of Frederick A. P. Barnard as president of
olumbia ('ollege. 1864. Centennial address by Hon. John Jay, New York. 1976. Procterlings at the installation of Seth Low as president of Columbia College in
the city of New York. 90. To 11. trustees of Columbia ('ollege Correspondence of J. D. Van Buren and the
president concerning the appointment of F. R. Van Buren as valedictorian. Four American universities - Harvard, Yale, Princeton. (Columbia Columbia by
Brander Matthews 1495.