Chester College of New England
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This private, non-sectarian institution of higher education is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the New Hampshire Postsecondary Education Commission.
The tranquil setting of the campus is a conducive background for nurturing the artistic and intellectual development of the students. The low student-to-faculty ratio helps to build a strong relationship between the teachers and students.
The General Education Core curriculum integrates liberal and creative art courses and Bachelor of Arts degree programs in Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Communication Arts, Photography and Media Arts, Creative Writing, and Professional Writing. A variety of scholarships are offered for outstanding students.
The Wadleigh Library holds a perfect collection of books, periodicals, and media to support all curricular and research needs. There is a Student Success Center which offers full and part-time employment opportunities for the students.
The campus also includes five computer centers/labs, college bookstore, commuter lounge, and dining commons. All the computer centers have high-speed Internet access.
"Colonization of New England"
... 87k) is available << "William Penn and the Indians" "Colonization of New England" - Early settlers cut and saw trees and use the lumber to construct a building, possibly a warehouse for their supplies. This is the first scene painted ...
Biography of Chester Arthur
President Grant in 1871 appointed him Collector of the Port of New York. Arthur effectively marshalled the thousand Customs House employees under his supervision on behalf of Roscoe Conkling's Stalwart Republican machine. President Bush Biography ...
Bibliography from The Commercial Granites of New England
... The following Bibliography is taken directly from The Commercial Granites of New England, Bulletin 738, by T. Nelson Dale, 1923. Page 464 Page 465 Page 466 Page 467 Source: Dale, T. Nelson. The Commercial Granites of New England - Bulletin 738.