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Tufts University has a long and distinguished history: it has been a vital part of the greater Boston community for well over a century. The good folks at that institution's Digital Collections & Archives have brought together a "Concise Encyclopedia of Tufts History," a two-volume tome on the school's history, and historic snapshots of the Tufts homepage since 1997. The Encyclopedia is a real pip; sample entries include the College Equal Suffrage League, the tradition of "The Jam," and Israel Washburn, Jr. The real treat here is the pamphlet-style publication "High on the Hill," which discusses Tufts history and important sites, such as the celebrated Barnum Hall (named for P.T. Barnum) and the long-gone college farm.
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