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Following Mary Lyon’s death in 1849, Mount Holyoke continued on the course that she had set, but a combination of early leadership troubles and debt acquired during the Civil War eroded the institution’s strength. During this period, despite economic challenges, the Seminary building was expanded, several other buildings were added and more land was acquired. By the time the collegiate charter was adopted in 1888 the institution had quadrupled its holdings in land and buildings.

     
 

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This page was created by [name student] '[grad year] in History 283, Fall Semester 2003 - [e-mail]@mtholyoke.edu