Shepardson, Frank Lucius, A. M., p. o. Hamilton, principal of Colgate Academy, was born at Princeton, Me., April
10, 1861, a son of Rev. L. F. Shepardson, a Baptist minister in New Hampshire, and Maria L. (Gage) Shepardson.
Prof. Shepardson was prepared for college at the high school in Providence, R. I., and after graduating from that
institution in 1879 he entered Brown University, from which he was graduated with honors in the class of 1883.
In his junior year he was made a member of the Phi Beta Kappa, an honor conferred for the highest scholarship.
In 1884 Mr. Shepardson taught in a private school at Cumberland, and in the fall of 1885 he became instructor in
Worcester Academy. In 1887 he was elected assistant principal. He remained in the Worcester Academy until 1896,
and during 1894 and 1895 he was acting principal and in that capacity demonstrated his high abilities as an executive
as well as an educator. In 1896 Prof. Shepardson became principal of Colgate Academy, and the institution is expanding
in every way under his able direction.
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890
Madison County, NY
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