Mount Hope College (Maryland)

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Mount Hope College was a college located along the outer limits of Baltimore, Maryland.[1] The first president of the institution was Frederick Hall, a Presbyterian clergyman who had previously operated a school at the same location. It operated from 1833 until 1844.

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  1. ^ Steiner, Bernard O. (1894). History of Education in Maryland. 15. U.S. Government Printing Office. U.S. Bureau of Education, Circular of Information No. 2. pp. 255–256.