John Clum Journalist

John clum

John Philip Clum was an Indian agent for the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in the Arizona Territory. He implemented a limited form of self-government on the reservation that was so successful that other reservations were closed and their residents moved to San Carlos. Clum later became the first mayor of Tombstone, Arizona Territory, after its incorporation in 1881. He also founded the still-operating The Tombstone Epitaph on May 1, 1880. He later served in various postal service positions across the United States. John Clum (September 1, 1851 – May 2, 1932) was born on a farm near Claverack, New York, USA. His parents were William Henry and Elizabeth van Deusen Clum; he had five brothers and three sisters. In September, 1867, he entered the Hudson River Institute (later known as Claverack College), a military academy in Claverack, New York. He also attended religious services at the Dutch Reformed Church. In September, 1870, enrolled at Rutgers College. He obtained a classical education, studying among other subjects Latin, Greek, Mathematics (including algebra), Natural History (including physiology) and Rhetoric. He was a member of Rutgers' football team.

Personal details

Date of birth
September 1st, 1851
United States of America
Date of death
May 2nd, 1932 at age of 80
Place of death
Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Dutch Reformed Church
Places lived
Fairbanks , Alaska
pop. 32,324 (2013)
Tucson , Arizona
pop. 526,116 (2013)




1. Rutgers University Colleges/University

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey /ˈrʌtɡərz/, usually referred to as Rutgers University or just Rutgers, is the largest institution for higher education in New Jersey, United States. It was originally chartered as Queen's College in 1766. It is the eighth-oldest college in the United States and one of the nine Colonial colleges founded before the American Revolution. Rutgers was originally a private university affiliated with the Dutch Reformed Church and admitted only male students, but evolved into a coeducational public research university. Rutgers is one of only two colonial colleges that later became public universities, the other being The College of William and Mary.

Institution info

Type Public school
2012. 635 mil. $
Institution colors
November 10th, 1766
57 US Highway 1, 08901 - New Brunswick, New Jersey
2012. 43,967
2012. 14,821
Acceptance rate
2012. 60.9 %
Local tuition
2013. 10.7 K $
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