of the College
outline of the history of Mount Holyoke College written
by Sujeong Shin of the Office of Communications in conjunction
with the staff of the College Archives.
line outlining major events in world history, women's history
and Mount Holyoke College history between 1837 and 1937.
Map of the Campus
historic map of the campus with access to information about
buildings via the map, chronologically and alphabetically.
Mount Holyoke College Bibliography
Bibliography of Publications Relating to Mount Holyoke College".
A listing of the textbooks
used from the opening of the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary
in 1837 until the granting of the collegiate charter in
1888. The list is divided
in three parts.
years, 1837/38-1878/79 (Excel file)
and College years, 1879/80-1888/89 (Excel file)
reading and preparatory studies (Excel file)
The lists were compiled
from information provided in the catalogues, which is
usually limited to the author's last name and a one or
two-word descriptive title-- for example: Olney's Trigonometry.
A red check before a title indicates a work which is not
currently owned by Mount Holyoke in a 19th-century edition.
Mount Holyoke Ghost
principal ghost stories told about the College.
of Mount Holyoke Seminary During Its First Half Century,
1837-1887", by Sarah D. (Lock) Stowe
of Mount Holyoke College written by Sarah D. Lock Stowe
digitized and available in full.
Holyoke Journal Letters
journal letters were written by several "journalists" to
members of the Mount Holyoke community who were serving
as missionaries around the world. The purpose of the letters
was to keep those members of the community up to date with
events and changes at Mount Holyoke. Lucy Lyon, Class of
1840, began the Journal Letters for Fidelia Fiske, Class
of 1842, teacher at the Seminary 1842-43, who left her teaching
post to go as a missionary to Persia. The letters continued
to be written until 1891.