Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Virginia Journal of Science
2 & 3
Like nearly all of the current subjects of instruction at the College of William and Mary, Biology naturally traces back into departments under other names. Meager as must have been the teaching during the early years in any of the fields specifically mentioned in the Charter granted in 1693 by the British sovereigns, certainly some matter within our :present field was contemplated in the listing of objects mentioned in the preamble of the Charter: " ... to the end ... that the youth may be piously educated in good letters and manners .. . to make, found and establish a certain place of universal study, or perpetual College of Divinity, Philosophy, Languages and other good Arts and Sciences ..."
Contribution (Virginia Fisheries Laboratory) ; no. 3.
Davis, Donald W., Biology at the College of William and Mary before the War Between the States (1941). Virginia Journal of Science, 2(2 & 3), 41-52.