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  • Samuel Cony, Governor (1811 - 1870)
    Samuel Cony (February 27, 1811 – October 5, 1870) was an American politician, who most notably served as the 31st Governor of Maine from 1864 to 1867. Early years Cony was born in Augusta, Maine ...
  • Brig. General (USA), Cyrus Hamlin (1839 - 1867)
    ) Cyrus Hamlin (April 26, 1839 – August 28, 1867) was an attorney, politician, and a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Hamlin was born in Hampden, Maine, a suburb of Bangor. ...
  • Maj. Gen. Henry C. Merriam (USA) (1837 - 1912)
    Henry Clay Merriam (November 13, 1837 – November 12, 1912) was a United States Army general. He received the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions as a Un...
  • George A. Ramsdell, Governor (1834 - 1900)
    George Allen Ramsdell (March 11, 1834 – November 16, 1900) was an American lawyer, businessman, and Republican politician from Nashua, New Hampshire. Born in Milford, New Hampshire, he served in ...
  • Edward J. Gurney, U.S. Senator (1914 - 1996)
    Edward John Gurney (January 12, 1914 – May 14, 1996) was an American politician from Florida, where he served as a Representative and a United States Senator. He was the first Republican Senator elec...

Colby College

Colby College is a private liberal arts college located on Mayflower Hill in Waterville, Maine, USA. Founded in 1813, it is the 12th-oldest independent liberal arts college in the United States. Colby was the first all-male college in New England to accept female students in 1871.[2]

Approximately 1,800 students from more than 60 countries are enrolled annually. The college offers 54 major fields of study and 30 minors. In part because of Colby's location, more than two thirds of Colby students participate in study abroad programs. Colby College competes in the NESCAC conference and is one of the "Little Ivies".

List of Colby College alumni