1712 Will of Francis West of North Kingstown, Rhode Island 1724
This intercollegiate site is the official forum for discussion between individuals affiliated with the Little Ivies (NESCAC).
The Little Ivies are a group of highly selective and academically competitive liberal arts colleges and universities in New England and New York. The schools compete against each other in the New England Small Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and participate in various academic exchanges. The colleges are often compared to the Ivy League but are generally smaller in size and faculty place a higher emphasis on teaching. The schools are sometimes even called the "Little Ivy League" or "Hidden Ivies." Official Little Ivies include:
- Amherst College (1821)
- Bates College (1855)
- Bowdoin College (1794)
- Colby College (1813)
- Connecticut College (1911)
- Hamilton College (1812)
- Middlebury College (1800)
- Trinity College (1823)
- Tufts University (1852)
- Wesleyan University (1831)
- Williams College (1793)
Free papers from NESCAC and other University students: French Revolution, Manifest Destiny in the American West, Benjamin Franklin Autobiography, Philosophy of Science, French Revolution 2, Philosophy of Art, Property Law Outline, Contracts Law Outline, Civil Procedure Outline, Constitutional Outline, Criminal Law Outline, Torts Law Outline
Other New England related pages: Benjamin Bates, Batesies in the Civil War, Prominent Rhode Islanders, (part two) Boston Top Ten, Maine Civil War hero, Bates College Students in 1857, Bates College Students in 1858, Roger Williams sites, General William West, Francis West Will 1724, Colonel West to General Sullivan 1778, College Notes from 1893 on American Colleges, 17th Century RI structures, John Quincy Adams 1833 Train Wreck, and 17th Century Boston sites.
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