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Tag: Franklin Pierce

  • This Week in Princeton History for July 17-23

    This Week in Princeton History for July 17-23

    In this week’s installment of our recurring series, fears of violence turn out to be unwarranted, a student is bewildered by the behavior of the locals during a visit from the U.S. President, and more. July 20, 1867—Physician George McCulloch McGill, Class of 1858, dies alone of cholera by the side of the road, having…