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University of Toronto

LC control no.n 79075463
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingUniversity of Toronto
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Variant(s)U of T
Université de Toronto
Universitet Toronto
See alsoPredecessor: University of King's College (Toronto, Ont.)
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Hierarchical subordinate: University of Toronto. Library
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Other standard no.7671013
Biography/History noteIn 1849/1850 the University of King's College was secularized and changed its name to University of Toronto.
Beginning date1849?
Associated countryCanada
LocatedToronto (Ont.)
Field of activityEducation, Higher
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Found inNLC (AACR 1 & 2: University of Toronto)
LC data base, 6/21/89 (hdg.: Toronto. University)
La Naissance du roman en France, 1990: t.p. (Université de Toronto)
University of Toronto website, viewed December 23, 2002: home page (University of Toronto; U of T)
Politbi︠u︡ro i krestʹi︠a︡nstvo, 2005: t.p. (Universitet Toronto (Kanada))
Brown, R.C. Arts and Science at Toronto, ©2013: preface (The Faculty of Arts and Science -- known as the Faculty of Arts until 1960 -- is older than the University of Toronto. its origin is found in the first provincial university in Ontario, King's College, chartered in 1827 and opened in June 1843 ... . [I]n January 1850, the secular University of Toronto became the provincial university, succeeding King's College) page 7 ( ... on 1 January 1850, the University of Toronto was born)
Canadiana, via WWW, August 12, 2018 (Heading: University of King's College (Toronto, Ont.); Seen from: King's College (Toronto, Ont.); Seen from: King's College University (Toronto, Ont.) ... Note: Established 1827 in association with the Church of England; name changed 1849/50 to University of Toronto on the secularization of the College)
LAC internal file, March 5, 2019 (heading: University of Toronto; variant: Université de Toronto; University of King's College (Toronto, Ont.); name changed 1849/1850)
Wikipedia, March 26, 2020 (University of Toronto (U of T or UToronto); public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; founded by royal charter in 1827 as King's College; in 1849 the newly elected responsible government of the Province of Canada voted to rename King's College as the University of Toronto and severed the school's ties with the church)
National bib agency no.0000J4415E
Associated languageeng
Invalid LCCNn 80036743
Quality codenlc