Jonas Gilman Clark

Jonas Gilman Clark (February 1, 1815 – May 23, 1900) was an American businessman, and the founder of Clark University. He started his business career in Massachusetts, before moving to California in the 1850s. He had a successful entrepreneurial career. He moved to Worcester in 1878, and founded Clark University in that city in 1887. Provided by Wikipedia

by Clark, Jonas
Published 1768
Printed by Kneeland and Adams, and sold by Nicholas Bowes, opposite to the Brick Meeting-House in Corn-Hill

by Clark, Jonas
Published 1762
Printed by D. and J. Kneeland, opposite to the prison in Queen-Street

by Clark, Jonas
Published 1781
Printed by J. Gill, in Court-Street, and B. Edes and Sons, in State-Street

by Clark, Jonas
Published 1799
printed by John Prentiss - Keene, (Newhampshire.)

by Cushing, Jacob
Published 1793
Printed in Boston, 1793. By Thomas and John Fleet
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by Kirkland, John Thornton
Published 1800
Printed by William Hilliard
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