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Elmer Henry Cutts

educator

Elmer Henry Cutts, American educator. Decorated Purple Heart. Served as sergeant, A.U.S., World World War World War II; Member International Relations.

Background

Cutts, Elmer Henry was born on March 15, 1908 in Silvercliff, Colorado, United States. Son of Elmer Henry and Alice Florence (Tyler) Cutts.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Washington, 1929, Master of Arts, 1932. Doctor of Philosophy., Harvard, 1940.

Career

1 daughter, Lorna Jean. Assistant oriental studies U. Washington, 1932-1935, associate, 1936-1937. Instructor history Cambridge (Massachusetts) Junior College, 1940-1941.

Assistant professor of history Northeastern U., 1941-1946, associate professor, acting head department history and government, 1946-1947, professor and chairman department of history, since 1947, Fulbright lecturer Andhra University, India, 1958-1959. Visiting professor Portland State College, summer 1955. Exchange professor State College Washington, summer 1956.

Trustee, secretary board Cambridge Junior College.

Works

  • Author: Basic Bibliography of Indic Studies, 1939. History of the 74th American Automobile Association Brigade, 1946. World History before Christ, 1951.

    Introduction to the Rise of Modern Democracy, 1955.

Membership

Served as sergeant, A.U.S., World World War World War II. Member International Relations.

Connections

Married Amelia Eugenia Simaton, September 24, 1933.

father:
Elmer Henry Cutts

mother:
Alice Florence (Tyler) Cutts

spouse:
Amelia Eugenia Simaton