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At one point in time the Vermillion Institute in Hayesville rivaled Oberlin, Kenyon and Denison colleges and boasted an enrollment of about 600 students, according to its website www.vermillion.institute; and was a preeminent center of higher education that trained people who became prominent in various professions. Enrollment declined during the Civil War and in 1866 the Vermillion Institute was not accepted as the site for the new Presbyterian college, which, instead, went to Wooster.
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