Colgate University faculty: Nathaniel Schmidt, Peter Ochs, Anne Sexton, John S. Allen, Albert Levitt, George Barton Cutten, Peter Balakian

 
9781155171036: Colgate University faculty: Nathaniel Schmidt, Peter Ochs, Anne Sexton, John S. Allen, Albert Levitt, George Barton Cutten, Peter Balakian
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Nathaniel Schmidt, Peter Ochs, Anne Sexton, John S. Allen, Albert Levitt, George Barton Cutten, Peter Balakian, Wande Abimbola, Meredith Jung-En Woo, Briton C. Busch, Shannon Boyd-Bailey McCune, Joscelyn Godwin, Ellery Huntington, Sr., George Estabrooks, Marvin Wachman, Bernhard Anderson, Jack N. Rakove, DeWitt Godfrey, Daniel Little, Anthony Aveni, Charles Franklin Phillips, Fred S. Keller, Charles H. Trout, Graham Russell Gao Hodges, Gary Urton, A. Rees Clark. Excerpt: Nathaniel Schmidt (May 22, 1862 - 1939) of Ithaca, New York was a Swedish American Baptist minister, Progressive democrat, educator and orientalist. Schmidt was born at Hudiksvall Municipality, in the historical province of Hälsingland, Gävleborg County, Sweden. His parents were Lars Peter Anderson and Fredericka Wilhelmina Schmidt. Taking his mother's name upon adult emancipation, Professor Schmidt married Miss Ellen Alfvén, of Stockholm, Sweden on September 26, 1887. She was the daughter of Anders Alfvén and Charlotta Christina Axelson Puke. Professor and Mrs. Schmidt's daughter, Dagmar A. Schmidt , Cornell Class of 1918, (Mrs. Oliver S. Wright, b. 1896), lived in Rockville Center, Maryland, at the time of the Professor's death (1939). Professor Schmidt was an avid rower, swimmer and hiker. He lived on Ithaca's Six Mile Creek. He received his primary and secondary education at the Hudiksvall Gymnasium ,graduating in 1882. He studied scientific and linguistic studies at the University of Stockholm from 1882 to 1884. In the summer of 1884 he emigrated to the United States and entered Hamilton Theological Seminary (Colgate University), from which he took his master of arts in 1887. In 1887 Schmidt received his master of arts from Colgate University, the same year he took a degree from Hamilton Theological Seminary. During 1896, he studied Ethiopic an...

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