Biographical Dictionary of American Educators - Vol. 3

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APPENDIX B:
STATE OF MAJOR SERVICE

ALABAMA
Abercrombie, John William
Battle, Archibald John
Carmichael, Oliver Cromwell
Councill, William Hooper
Curry, Jabez Lamar Monroe
Garland, Landon Cabell
Haynes, Benjamin Rudolph
Jewett, Milo Parker
Johnson, Marietta Louise Pierce
Moton, Robert Russa
Paterson, William Burns
Perry, William Flake
Petrie, George
Pinney, Norman
Powers, James Knox
Snavely, Guy Everett
Thach, Charles Coleman
Tutwiler, Henry
Tutwiler, Julia Strudwick
Washington, Booker Taliaferro

ALASKA
Bunnell, Charles Ernest
Henderson, Lester Dale
Jackson, Sheldon
Wagner, Jonathan Howard

ARIZONA
Atkinson, Alfred
Case, Charles Orlando
Fitz-Gerald, John Driscoll, II
Gammage, Grady
Hendrix, Herman Elert
Safford, Anson Peacely-Killen

ARKANSAS
Corbin, Joseph Carter
Doyne, John James
Gates, Noah Putnam
Hill, Daniel Harvey
Shinn, Josiah Hazen
Smith, Thomas

CALIFORNIA
Almack, John Conrad
Barnes, Earl
Brownell, William Arthur
Burk, Frederic Lister
Cajori, Florian
Campbell, Douglas Houghton
Cassidy, Rosalind
Cooper, Sarah Brown Ingersoll
Cubberly, Elwood Patterson
Dorsey, Susan Almira Miller
Durant, Henry
Eells, Walter Crosby
Espinosa, Aurelio Macedonio
Fairclough, Henry Rushton
Frye, Alexis Everett
Gayley, Charles Mills
Hanna, Paul Robert
Hayakawa, Samuel Ichiye
Hedrick, Earle Raymond
Hetherington, Clark Wilson
Hilgard, Ernest Ropriequet
Hills, Elijah Clarence
Howison, George Holmes
Hunt, Thomas Forsyth
Immel, Ray Keeslar
Jordan, David Starr
Kefauver, Grayson Neikirk
Kelley, Truman Lee
Keppel, Mark
Kerr, Clark
Keyes, Charles Henry
Lange, Alexis Frederick

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Biographical Dictionary of American Educators - Vol. 3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Biographical Dictionary of American Educators 1069
  • R 1071
  • S 1135
  • T 1264
  • T 1318
  • T 1319
  • T 1332
  • T 1456
  • Appendix A - Place of Birth 1461
  • Appendix B - State of Major Service 1500
  • Appendix C - Field of Work 1521
  • Appendix D - Chronology of Birth Years 1546
  • Appendix - Important Dates in American Education 1569
  • Index 1573
  • About the Editor 1667
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