Henry Bryant (pictured here), along with Henry Stratton, dreamed of building a chain of business colleges across the United States. They correctly surmised that the expansion of business enterprises during the second half of the nineteenth century necessitated a good business education for young men entering the work force. Henry Bryant supervised the courses of study and in 1863, they founded the Bryant and Stratton National Business College in Providence, Rhode Island.
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