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  1. Eliot House is one of twelve residential houses for upperclassmen at Harvard University and one of the seven original houses at the College. Opened in 1931, the house was named after Charles William Eliot, who served as president of the university for forty years (1869–1909).

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    Eliot House is one of twelve undergraduate residential Houses at Harvard University. It is one of the seven original houses at the college. Opened in 1931, the house was named after Charles William Eliot, who served as president of the university for forty years (1869–1909).

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  3. History of Eliot House. Eliot House is one of the 12 upperclassmen houses at Harvard, named after Charles Eliot, who served as president of the university for forty years and was responsible for some pretty great changes — like the introduction of the elective system and the construction of the Harvard Stadium, the Phillips Brooks House, and ...

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    Eliot House is one of the twelve residential houses for upperclassmen on Harvard’s campus. Named after Charles William Eliot, Harvard University President from 1896-1909, Eliot house first opened its doors to students in 1931.

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  5. 22 de set. de 2011 · Date September 22, 2011. Named in honor of Charles William Eliot, president of Harvard from 1869 to 1909, Eliot House was opened in 1931. It was one of the original seven Houses at the College following the plan by Eliot’s successor, Abbot Lawrence Lowell, to “revitalize education and revive egalitarianism at Harvard College.”.

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  6. 19 de abr. de 2012 · For Eliot, rowing was one of the true honorable sports. (Tennis was the other.) And at Eliot House, the river House named for Harvard’s longest-serving president, crew is king. The Eliot House courtyard graciously opens out onto the Charles and the boathouse.