Daniel Heath Edit Profile
He studied at Nichols Latin School at Bates College (then called the Maine State Seminary) and then attended the college until his completion of his first degree in 1864.
He then went on to attend Amherst College and graduated in 1868. Heath worked as a high school principal for two years before briefly attending Bangor Theological Seminary. After traveling through Europe for a year, Heath returned to the United States and worked for Edwin Ginn, a publisher.
Together they started a firm called Ginn & Heath. Heath then sold his interest in the company and founded D. C. Heath and Company in Boston in 1885. He died in 1908.