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Charles Minor
1st President of Virginia Agriculture and Mechanical College
In office
August 14, 1872 – December 10, 1879
Preceded by Position Created
Succeeded by John Lee Buchanan
Personal details
Born December 3, 1835
Hanover County, Virginia
Died July 13, 19031903-07-13 aged 67
Albemarle County, Virginia
Alma mater University of Virginia
Military service
Allegiance  Confederate States of America
Service/branch  Confederate States Army

Charles Landon Carter Minor December 3, 1835 – July 13, 1903 was the first president of the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College now known as Virginia Tech, Virginia’s new land-grant institution Minor, a native of Hanover County, Virginia, held a masters degree from the University of Virginia and had served as combat and staff officer in the Confederate Army During the Civil War, Minor served under General Stonewall Jackson and saw action at Manassas and in battles around Richmond

Prior to his appointment as president of VAMC he taught at Sewanee Episcopal Seminary in Tennessee Minor had previously spent a year as president of the Maryland Agricultural College now the University of Maryland from 1867 to 1868

Minor opened the doors to the new college on October 1, 1872 with three faculty members, none one of them a professor of agriculture or mechanics By the end of the first week 29 students were enrolled By the end of the first year 132 students were enrolled, exceeding expectations During his presidency, Minor petitioned for, and money was appropriated for the expansion of the campus beyond the one building it had at the time, the Preston and Olin building Minor also established a library during his term

During a faculty meeting, the generally easygoing Minor and hot-headed Gen James H Lane, the professor of mathematics and foreign languages with responsibility for military training, got into a fistfight Both were convicted of disorderly conduct Ultimately, Minor was removed from office due to the erosion of confidence in his administration

After his dismissal from VAMC, Minor taught at St Paul's in Baltimore, Maryland, and Episcopal High School in Alexandria, and bought Shenandoah Valley Academy, a military school in Winchester

Charles Minor married Frances Ansley Cazenove, of Alexandria, Virginia, in 1860 Together they had two children He died July 13, 1903, in Albemarle County, Virginia, at age 67

References

  1. ^ http://socialarchiveiathvirginiaedu/ark:/99166/w6j67wt1
  2. ^ http://speclibvtedu/archives/125th/pres/minorhtm
  3. ^ "The Minor Years" Retrieved 30 May 2016 
  4. ^ "Presidents of Virginia Tech" Retrieved 30 May 2016 
  5. ^ http://socialarchiveiathvirginiaedu/ark:/99166/w6j67wt1
  6. ^ "Life & Times of Virginia Tech Presidents" Office of the President of Virginia Tech Archived from the original on 2007-03-03 Retrieved 2007-04-15 
  7. ^ http://speclibvtedu/archives/125th/pres/minorhtm
  8. ^ http://socialarchiveiathvirginiaedu/ark:/99166/w6j67wt1
  9. ^ http://speclibvtedu/archives/125th/pres/minorhtm
Preceded by
George Washington Custis Lee
President of the Maryland Agricultural College
1867 – 1868
Succeeded by
Franklin Buchanan
Preceded by
No one
President of the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College
1872 – 1879
Succeeded by
John Lee Buchanan


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