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Arthur Burnham Woodford

Arthur Burnham Woodford, American economist. member Patriotic League, American Institute Civics.

Background

  • Woodford, Arthur Burnham was born on October 7, 1861 in Winsted, Connecticut, United States. Son of John and Laura (Burnham) Woodford.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Philosophy, Sheffield Scientific School (Yale), 1881. Post-graduate work, University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins, Ecole des Sciences Politiques, Paris, University of Berlin, 1881-1885. A.M., Indiana University, 1886.

      Doctor of Philisophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1891.

    Career

    • Of Labor, 1885; professor Indiana University, 1885-1889, Wharton School of Finance, University of Pennsylvania, 1891-1892, School of Social Economics, 1892-1896. Lecturer New York University, 1895-1898. Instructor, 1897-1906, rector, 1906-1916, Hopkins Grammar School Life member American Economics Association.

      Member Patriotic League, American Institute Civics.

    Works

    • Author: The Economic Primer, 1895. Contributor to economics journals.

    Membership

    Member Patriotic League, American Institute Civics. Clubs: Graduate, Country (New Haven).

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Cornelia Bowditch, of New Haven, Connecticut, August 19, 1885. Children: Francis B., Burnham B., Esther B., Margaret B. Special agent unites states department.
    • father: John Woodford
    • mother: Laura (Burnham) Woodford
    • spouse: Margaret Cornelia Bowditch
    • children: Francis B. Woodford
    • Burnham B. Woodford
    • Esther B. Woodford
    • Margaret B. Special agent United States Dept Woodford
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