|President of Amherst College|
|Preceded by||Zephaniah Swift Moore|
|Succeeded by||Edward Hitchcock|
March 26, 1779|
West Simsbury, Connecticut
|Died||April 3, 1861
Heman Humphrey (March 26, 1779 – April 3, 1861) was born in Hartford County, Conn. He graduated from Yale University with an A.M. in 1805. Humphrey was a 19th-century American author and clergyman who served as 2nd president of Amherst College for 22 years. He was ordained a Congregational minister on March 16, 1807. He pastored in Fairfield, Conn., 1807-1817, and Pittsfield, Mass., 1817-1823. Humphrey was influential in the nineteenth-century temperance movement and typical of the early proponents of prohibition. (Hugins, Walter (ed.), The Reform Impulse, 1825–1850). Columbia, SC 1972. He was the father of U.S. Representative James Humphrey.
- Humphrey, Rev. Heman, D.D (1854). THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE. Reed, Hull & Peirson, Pittsfield. p. 32. Url
-  Amherst College Archives & Special Collections
-  Heman Humphrey and John R. Rice on Revival Praying
-  William Stearns, President (amherstiana.org)
-  Heman Humphrey, President (amherstiana.org)
- "Heman Humphrey Sermons". Amherst College Archives and Special Collections Amherst, MA. Retrieved 1 June 2012.
Zephaniah Swift Moore
|President of Amherst College
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