Madison, Wisconsin: David T. Dickson, State Printer, 1850. 8vo, disbound (lacks front wrapper; plain rear wrapper present), 42 pages, unopened. Some staining and general browning; a little wear; old light vertical crease; a good, sound copy. Item #12336
The first chancellor of the University of Wisconsin delivers his inaugural address on the grand role of the university in the education of the new state, touching in part on the importance of its hybrid mission as a university and a normal school. AII (Wisconsin 1850-1854) 24.