Asa Mahan

Asa Mahan (; November 9, 1799April 4, 1889) was a U.S. Congregational clergyman and educator and the first president of both the Oberlin Collegiate Institute (later Oberlin College) and Adrian College. He described himself as "a religious teacher and an instructor of youth". Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1866
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1876
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1984
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1975
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1876
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1845
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1883
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1882
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1962
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 1870
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    by Mahan, Asa, 1799-1889
    Published 2015
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