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BROOKS, Kendall, educator, born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, 3 September, 1321. He was graduated at Brown in 1841, and was tutor in Columbian University, Washington, District of Columbia, in 1841-'3. He was graduated at Newton theological institute in 1845, and in the same year became pastor of a Baptist church in Eastport, Maine, where he remained till 1852. He was then appointed professor of mathematics and natural philosophy at Waterville, and in 1855 became pastor of a church in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. He edited the "National Baptist," in Philadelphia, from 1865 till 1868, and then became president of Kalamazoo College, Michigan.
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