Mary W. Chapin

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Mary W. Chapin
3rd President of Mount Holyoke College (Acting Principal and Principal)
In office
Preceded by Mary C. Whitman
Succeeded by Sophia D. Stoddard
Personal details
Born 1820
Died 1889
Alma mater Mount Holyoke College (Mount Holyoke Female Seminary)
Profession Professor

Mary W. Chapin (1820–1889) was an American educator who served as the third president (referred to at that time as "acting principal" and "principal"[1]) of Mount Holyoke College (then Mount Holyoke Female Seminary) from 1850–1852 and Principal from 1852-1865. She graduated from Mount Holyoke in 1841 and taught there for seven years before becoming Head.

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