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Athern Park Daggett

educator

Athern Park Daggett, American educator. Member American Society International Law (executive council 1940-1943), American, N.E. (Executive Committee 1953-1954, president 1956-1957) political science associations, Congressional Christian Conference Maine (president 1946-1947), Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Daggett, Athern Park was born on January 10, 1904 in Springfield, Missouri, United States. Son of William Athern and Evelina (Park) Daggett.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Bowdoin College, 1925. A.M. Harvard, 1928, Doctor of Philosophy., 1931.

Career

Instr English, Lafayette College, 1925-1927. Summer faculty U. Maine, 1930. Instructor governor Bowdoin College, 1930-1931, 32-34, assistant professor, 1934-1940, associate professor, 1940-1946, professor 1946-1973, William Nelson Cromwell professor constitutional, international law and government, 1951-1973, acting president of college, 1967-1968.

Instructor political science Dartmouth College, 1931-1932. Adjunct Professor political science Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, 1932. Visiting professor polit science Brown U., 1948-1949.

Summer faculty Columbia, 1953. Trustee Bangor Theological Seminary.

Membership

Member American Society International Law (executive council 1940-1943), American, N.E. (Executive Committee 1953-1954, president 1956-1957) political science associations, Congressional Christian Conference Maine (president 1946-1947), Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Catherine Jordan Travis, September 4 1936. Children: William, Ellen (Mistress.

father:
William Athern Daggett

mother:
Evelina (Park) Daggett

spouse:
Catherine Jordan Travis

children:
William Daggett

Ellen (Mrs Daggett