Herbert Goldsmith Squiers Edit Profile
Canandaigua Academy, Minnesota Military Academy, Maryland. Agricultural College. Graduated from the United States Artillery School, 1880.
(honorary Master of Arts, St. John’s College, New York, 1887, Doctor of Laws, 1906).
W. G. Fargo, October 11, 1881 (died 1886). Married second, Harriet Bard, d. Doctor William P. Woodcock, November 12, 1889.
Second Lieutenant 1st United States Infantry, October 12, 1877. Transferred to 7th Cavalry, August 31, 1880. Military instructor, St. John’s College, 1885-1890.
First lieutenant, 1st Cavalry, December 17, 1890. Transferred to 7th Cavalry, February 27, 1891. Resigned, November 28, 1891.
Second secretary United States Embassy, Berlin, November 15, 1894. Retired May 1897; appointed secretary legation at Peking, January 10, 1898. Chief of staff to Sir Claude MacDonald, during siege of Peking, 1900-1901, for which received thanks of British Government.
Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States to Cuba, May 1902-November 1905, resigned. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Panama, 1906-1910.
Married Helen L., d.; married second, Harriet Bard, d.