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-Paul Chadbourne served as the second president of Massachusetts Agricultural College.  With [[people:s:stockbridge_levi|Levi Stockbridge]] and [[people:g:goodell_henry_h|Henry Goodell]], he has the distinction of having been named president twice.+Paul Chadbourne served as the second president of Massachusetts Agricultural College.  With [[s:stockbridge_levi|Levi Stockbridge]] and [[g:goodell_henry_h|Henry Goodell]], he has the distinction of having been named president twice.
Chadbourne was born in North Berwick, Maine. After graduating from Williams College and teaching for several years, he joined the faculty of Williams College as Professor of Chemistry, Botany, and Natural History in 1883.  Interested in politics, Chadbourne served in the Massachusetts Senate in 1865 as a member of the new Republican party.  He was appointed to the state Board of Agriculture, where he met several of the founders of the college. Chadbourne was born in North Berwick, Maine. After graduating from Williams College and teaching for several years, he joined the faculty of Williams College as Professor of Chemistry, Botany, and Natural History in 1883.  Interested in politics, Chadbourne served in the Massachusetts Senate in 1865 as a member of the new Republican party.  He was appointed to the state Board of Agriculture, where he met several of the founders of the college.
-His first term began in 1866, with a vigorous push for the construction of buildings for the campus, including [[buildings:s:southcollege|South College]] and College Hall.  Chadbourne’s term also saw the development of the college’s first curriculum.  But he resigned due to ill health before the college opened to admit its first class of students.+His first term began in 1866, with a vigorous push for the construction of buildings for the campus, including [[s:south_college|South College]] and College Hall.  Chadbourne’s term also saw the development of the college’s first curriculum.  But he resigned due to ill health before the college opened to admit its first class of students.
He later accepted the position of President and Professor of Metaphysics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison from 1867 to 1870.  Two years later he returned to Williams College to assume the duties of president there until 1881. He later accepted the position of President and Professor of Metaphysics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison from 1867 to 1870.  Two years later he returned to Williams College to assume the duties of president there until 1881.
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