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

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

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

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

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

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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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