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Place of Burial: Braintree, Massachusetts
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Birthplace: Barnet, Caledonia, Vermont
Death: Died in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts
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About Jennie Chamberlain Watts

Graduated from Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA in 1897. During her collegiate course, she received the Highest 2d & 4th year Honors in the History of Radcliffe. Upon her Graduation in 1897 she received A. B. Degree with Summa Cum Laude. In 1898 received A. M. Degree from Radcliffe. Thus far Miss Watts is the only Lady who had taken the highest final honors in history in Radcliffe College (1900).

Traveled Europe from 1888-1889. In 1898 she was appointed Fellow in History at the University of Wisconsin. Miss Watts wrote several valuable papers, which have been highly appreciated by competent judges of history, such as "Our Relations to the French Revolution" & " Application of the Monroe Doctrine to the Present Condition of China". She was a member of the Mary Washington Chapter, DAR of Washington DC.

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Jennie Watts's Timeline

1869
August 5, 1869
Barnet, Caledonia, Vermont
1888
1888
- 1889
Age 18
1897
1897
Age 27
Graduated from Radcliff College, A.B. and summa cum laude
1898
1898
Age 28
A.M. degree from Radcliff College
1898
Age 28
Appointed fellow in history at University of Wisconsin
1900
1900
Age 30
Braintree, Massachusetts
1941
February 13, 1941
Age 71
Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts