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Everett Walton Goodhue

Everett Walton Goodhue, American economist. Fellow Royal Economic Society, England; member American Economics Association, National Geography Society, Chi Phi.

Background

  • Goodhue, Everett Walton was born on March 17, 1878 in West Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Henry Anthony and Mary Isabelle (Perkins) Goodhue.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth, 1900, A.M., 1905. Dartmouth fellow in sociology, 1900-1902, resident at South End House (social settlement), Boston. Graduate student, Cornell Univercity, 1911-1912.

    Career

    • Special lecturer in sociology, Dartmouth, 1901, 02. Teacher history and economics, Montepelier (Vermont) Methodist Seminary, 1902-1903. Instructor economics and sociology, 1903-1905, associate professor, 1905-1908, professor, 1908-1921, Colgate University.

      Acting professor economics, Cornell Univercity, 1920-1921. Professor economics, Dartmouth, 1921-1948, professor emeritus, 1948. Professor economics, Principia College after 1948.

      Christian Scientist.

    Works

    • Contributor on economic and sociological topics.

    Membership

    Fellow Royal Economic Society, England. Member American Economics Association, National Geography Society, Chi Phi.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Julia Taylor, June 27, 1911.
    • father: Henry Anthony Goodhue
    • mother: Mary Isabelle (Perkins) Goodhue
    • spouse: Mary Julia Taylor
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