It has not been the purpose of the author to write a history of the University of Michigan. Several predecessors in this field have done their work so well that another book entirely historical in character might seem superfluous. Rather it is the aim of this volume to furnish a survey--sketching broadly the development of the University, and dwelling upon incidents and personalities that contribute movement to the narrative.
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