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Mitchill, Samuel L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831

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Personal name headingMitchill, Samuel L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831
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Variant(s)Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831
Gentleman residing in this city, 1764-1831
M, 1764-1831
Mitchell, Samuel L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831
Mitchill, Saml. L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831
Mitchill, S. L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831
Birth date17640820
Death date18310907
Place of birthHempstead, N.Y.
Place of deathNew York, N.Y.
Field of activityMedicine Law Chemistry Botany Natural history Politics
AffiliationUnited States. Congress
United States. Congress. Senate
University of Edinburgh
Columbia College (New York, N.Y.)
Lyceum of Natural History (New York, N.Y.)
Rutgers Medical School
Profession or occupationSenator Representative Professor
Found inHis A discourse on the character and service of Thomas Jefferson ... 1982: t.p. (Samuel L. Mitchill)
LC data base, 3/8/84 (hdg.: Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831; usage: Samuel L. Mitchill)
His The picture of New-York, 1807: t.p. (a gentleman residing in this city)
Halkett & Laing (The picture of New York is by Samuel Mitchill)
His Generic names for the country and people of the United States of America, 1803: t.p. (M.)
The Anthon transcript, ca. 1990: p. 333 (Samuel L. Mitchell)
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson). Message from the President of the United States, to both houses of Congress, at the commencement of the session, 1803: inscr. (Saml. L. Mitchill, Washington, Oct. 17)
Cowdrey, S. Oration delivered before the Tammany Society or Columbian Order, 1803: inscr. (Doct. S.L. Mitchill)
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, viewed via the WWW January 31, 2013 (MITCHILL, Samuel Latham, a Representative and a Senator from New York; born in Hempstead, Nassau County, N.Y., August 20, 1764; studied medicine and graduated from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1786; returned to the United States, studied law and was admitted to the bar; professor of chemistry, botany, and natural history in Columbia College 1792-1801; one of the founders and vice president of Rutgers Medical School; died in New York City September 7, 1831.)
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