Jerome Allen (author)

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Jerome Allen (1830–94) was an American educator and author, born in Westminster, Vermont. [1] He graduated at Amherst College in 1851, then presided over several institutions in the Western United States from 1851 to 1885.

Professor Allen's publications include:

  • Handbook of Experimental Chemistry, (1876)
  • Short Studies in English, (1886–7)
  • Mind Studies for Young Teachers, (seventh edition, 1887)
  • Temperament of Education, (1890)


  1. ^ Crowell, Edward Payson and Biscoe, Walter Stanley (1883). Biographical Record of the Alumni of Amherst College During Its First Half Century, 1821-1871. Edward Payson Crowell, Walter Stanley Biscoe. p. 245. 

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