Knox College, University of Toronto

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The formation of Knox's College emerged from the disruption of the Church of Scotland and the separation of the Free Church in 1844. It was a literary and theological department until the change in the constitution of the University in 1849.

Incorporated 22 July 1858

Became a college of the Canadian Presbyterian Church in 1861

Right to grant degrees in Divinity 1881

Affiliation with the University of Toronto 1885
Federation with the University of Toronto 1890

Alexander, W.J., Langton, H.H., Macallum, A.B., University of Toronto. (1906). The University of Toronto and its Colleges, 1827-1906. Toronto: The University Library, Pub. by the librarian.

Fraser, Brian J. Church, college, and clergy: a history of theological education at Know College, Toronto, 1844-1994. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1994,_university_of_toronto.htm

Robert Wallace, 'Reminiscences of Student Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago, and the Origin of Two Presbyterian Colleges' in Knox College Monthly, 16 (August 1893), 201.