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    Gilbert (born 1967 in Paris) is an American author known for the novels & Sons, The Normals, and Remote Feed, a collection of short stories.CareerHis published work includes the novels & Sons, The Norm...
  • Rebecca Gilman (1965 - d.)
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  • Rev. Adiel Sherwood (1791 - 1879)
    Find A Grave Memorial =======================================================================Adiel Sherwood, a minister and educator, initiated several changes in Georgia Baptist life, causing the miss...
  • William Dewey Cooke (1811 - 1884)
    W M Cooke was a graduate of Middlebury College, VT and went to Staunton to teach at the Institute for the Deaf and Blind. I believe he met his wife to be there. He also taught at Waynesboro ,VA and in ...


Middlebury College

Middlebury College is a private liberal arts college located in Middlebury, Vermont, in the United States. Founded in 1800, it is one of the oldest liberal arts colleges in the United States. Drawing 2,500 undergraduates from all 50 states and over 70 countries, Middlebury offers 44 majors in the arts, humanities, literature, foreign languages, social sciences, and natural sciences. Middlebury follows a 4–1–4 academic calendar, with two four-course semesters and a one-course January term.

Middlebury is the first American institution of higher education to have granted a bachelor's degree to an African-American, graduating Alexander Twilight in the class of 1823. Middlebury was also one of the first formerly all-male liberal arts colleges in New England to become a coeducational institution, following the trustees' decision in 1883 to accept women. Middlebury has an acceptance rate of 17.3% and was listed as the fourth-best liberal arts college in the U.S. in the 2014 U.S. News & World Report rankings.

In addition to its core undergraduate program, the College organizes undergraduate and graduate programs in modern languages, English literature, and writing. The Middlebury College Language Schools offer instruction in 10 languages. The Bread Loaf School of English is a summer graduate program in English literature, and the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference is one of the oldest writers' conferences in the country. The College also operates 38 C.V. Starr-Middlebury Schools Abroad in 17 countries across 5 continents. The Monterey Institute of International Studies is a graduate school of Middlebury College. The Institute enrolls graduate students in the fields of international environmental policy, international relations, international business, language teaching, and language translation and interpretation.

Middlebury's 31 varsity teams are known as the Middlebury Panthers and compete in the Division III NESCAC conference.