Category:John Grier Hibben

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John Grier Hibben 
American academic administrator
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Date of birth19 April 1861
Peoria
Date of death16 May 1933
Union County
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English: John Grier Hibben (April 19, 1861 – May 16, 1933) was a Presbyterian minister, a philosopher, and educator. He served as president of Princeton University from 1912–1932, succeeding Woodrow Wilson and implementing many of the reforms started by Wilson.

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