|Kelahiran||19 Mei 1795|
White's Hall, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Amerika Syarikat
|Meninggal dunia||24 Disember 1873 (umur 78)|
Baltimore, Maryland, A.S.
|Pekerjaan||Usahawan, pencipta, dermawan|
|Nilai bersih||ASD $10 juta pada saat kematiannya (anggaran 1/944 KDNK AS)|
Biro-biarawati beliau menubuhkan pelbagai institusi yang menggunakan namanya, terutamanya Hospital Johns Hopkins, dan Universiti Johns Hopkins (termasuk bahagian akademiknya seperti Sekolah Kejururawatan Johns Hopkins, Sekolah Perubatan Johns Hopkins, Sekolah Perniagaan Johns Hopkins Carey, Sekolah Kesihatan Awam Johns Hopkins Bloomberg, dan Pengajian Antarabangsa Maju Johns Hopkins).
Biografi berjudul Johns Hopkins: Sebuah Siluet yang ditulis oleh sepupunya, Helen Hopkins Thom, diterbitkan pada tahun 1929 oleh Johns Hopkins University Press.
Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]
- Klepper, Michael; Gunther, Michael (1996), The Wealthy 100: From Benjamin Franklin to Bill Gates—A Ranking of the Richest Americans, Past and Present, Secaucus, New Jersey: Carol Publishing Group, m/s. xiii, ISBN 978-0-8065-1800-8, OCLC 33818143
- "Death of Johns Hopkins", The Baltimore Sun, December 25, 1873
Pautan luar[sunting | sunting sumber]
- Hopkins Family Papers, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University
- Thom and Jacob discuss his love for his cousin and Quaker traditions
- In his 1887 memoir, Baltimore and the Nineteenth of April, 1861: A Study of the War, George William Brown cites Johns Hopkins as a wealthy Union man in Baltimore, a city with strong Confederate and Southern leanings
- In The Chronicles of Baltimore: Being a Complete History of "Baltimore Town" and Baltimore City from the Earliest Period to the Present Time published in 1874, John Thomas Scharf cited the 1873 instruction letter to the hospital trustees and a city council resolution thanking Johns Hopkins for his philanthropy. Thom's biography and New York and Maryland newspapers were sources that published parts or all of this letter
- The Institutional Records of The Johns Hopkins Hospital Colored Orphan Asylum
- Abstract Johns Hopkins Dream for a Model of its Kind: The JHH Colored Orphans Asylum", 2000 Conference International Society for the History of Medicine BY Dr. P. Reynolds
- Johns Hopkins di Find a Grave
- Graveside ceremony for Johns Hopkins
- Baltimore and the Nineteenth of April, 1861: A Study of the War, the memoir of George William Brown then the mayor of Baltimore city, later a member of the university board of trustees of the Johns Hopkins University
- The Chronicles of Baltimore: Being a Complete History of "Baltimore Town" and Baltimore City from the Earliest Period to the Present Time published in 1874 by John Thomas Scharf
- "If He Could See Us Now: Mr. Johns Hopkins' Legacy Strong University, Hospital Benefactor Turned 200 on May 19, 1995", Mike Field, the author, contradicts this statement
- Chronology, Nursing school
- The Institutional Records of The Johns Hopkins Hospital Colored Orphan
- Abstract Johns Hopkins Dream for a Model of its Kind: The JHH Colored Orphans Asylum" By Dr. P. Reynolds
- "If He Could See Us Now: Mr. Johns Hopkins' Legacy Strong University, Hospital Benefactor Turned 200 on May 19, 1995" by Mike Field a writer for the Johns Hopkins Gazette. Field, Thom, and Jacob called Johns Hopkins an abolitionist. See also The Racial Record of Johns Hopkins University in the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, No. 25, Autumn, 1999, pp. 42–43/ JSTOR
- Johns Hopkins, Maryland State Archives
- "The History of African Americans @ Johns Hopkins University" See in particular the chronology and the paper by Danton Rodriguez.