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EVERETT, Charles Carroll, theologian, born in Brunswick, Maine, in June 1829. He was graduated at Bowdoin in 1850, studied some time in the University of Berlin, Germany, and after his return was librarian and for two years tutor, and then for two years professor of modern languages, at Bowdoin. He then entered Harvard Divinity School, and was graduated in 1859. For the next ten years he was pastor of the Independent Congregational Church in Bangor, Maine, which post he resigned in 1869 to accept the Bussey professorship of theology in Harvard University. In 1878 he became also dean of the theological faculty, he has published, besides pamphlets and reviews, " The Science of Thought" (Boston, 11869); a discourse commemorative of Leonard Woods (1879); "Religions before Christianity," a Sunday school manual (Boston, 1883); and " Fichte's Science of Knowledge, a Critical Exposition" (Chicago, 1884).
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