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Everett Walton Goodhue

economist

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