Log In

Jesse Thomas Sanders Edit Profile


Jesse Thomas Sanders, American economist. Member American Farm Economics Association, United World Federalists, United Nations Association Former.


Sanders, Jesse Thomas was born on February 26, 1889 in Duncanville, Texas, United States. Son of William Nathaniel and Martha Elizabeth (Garner) Sanders.


Bachelor of Arts, Oklahoma U., 1915. A.M., George Peabody College, 1917. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Wisconsin, 1925.


Head rural education Alabama State Normal School, Moundville, 1916-1917, head department rural education Louisiana State Normal College, 1918. Associate agricultural economist unites states department of Agriculture, headquarters Washington, 1919-1924. Professor agricultural economics and head department agricultural economics, Oklahoma A. and M. College, 1925-1936.

Assistant regional director, region 8, resettlement administration, unites states department of Agriculture, headquarters Dallas, 1936-1939. Senior agricultural economist Bureau Agricultural Economics, 1939-1942. Principal economics farm mach. branch War Food Administration, 1942-1944.

Chief analysis branch agricultural rehabilitation division U.N.R.R.A., 1944-1947. Consultant land classification for Burmese Government, 1951. Legislative counsel The National Grange, 1947-1954.

Agricultural consultant Cooperative American Relief Everywhere, Inc., 1954-1956. Agricultural economist Department of Agriculture, Washington, 1957-1960. Economic consultant, from 1960.

Special economic investigator and advisory to Oklahoma Corporation Commision on railway rate cases, 1925-1930. Special economics investigator for unites states department of Agriculture and State Department in evaluation of smelter damage in international dispute between Canada and United States, 1930-1938. In charge special research project on world wheat and cotton situation, under director Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1931-1932.


The longing for holiness is not about wanting to be 'holier than thou'. It is about wanting the love of God to permeate all of our life, and for that love to be shown through our lives to other people.


When seeking to address certain political issues, the Church must engage with other denominations to understand their views and needs.


The strongest feature of Methodism is that ordinary people play a major role in the running of the Church.


Member American Farm Economics Association, United World Federalists, United Nations Association Former.


Married Margaret Boylin, July 26, 1917. Children: Mildred Virginia (Mistress Donald Goldthorpe), Thomas Gerald, Martha Elizabeth (Mistress Byrd Keating Dozier).

William Nathaniel Sanders

Martha Elizabeth (Garner) Sanders

Margaret Boylin

Mildred Virginia Sanders (Mistress Donald Goldthorpe)

Thomas Gerald Sanders

Martha Elizabeth Sanders (Mistress Byrd Keating Dozier)