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HINSDALE, Burke Aaron, educator, born in Wadsworth, Ohio, 31 March, 1837. He was educated at Hiram college, where he was a pupil of James A. Garfield, and entering the ministry of the Christian church, was pastor successively in Solon and Cleveland, Ohio. In 1869-'70 he was professor of history and English literature in Hiram college, succeeding to its presidency in 1870, and holding office until 1882. He was then superintendent of public schools in Cleveland until 1886. He has published "Genuineness and Authenticity of the Gospels "(Cincinnati, 1870); "Jewish Christian Church" (1878): " Ecclesiastical Traditions" (1879); "Republican Text Book" (New York, 1880); "Garfield and Education" (Boston, 1881); "Schools and Studies" (1884); and edited " The Life and Works of James A. Garfield " (1882-'5).
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