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Turner, Charles Henry

LC control no.n 87145036
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Personal name headingTurner, Charles Henry
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Associated countryUnited States
Birth date18670203
Death date19230214
Place of birthCincinnati (Ohio)
Place of deathChicago (Ill.)
AffiliationUniversity of Cincinnati Clark University (Atlanta, Ga.) Haines Normal and Industrial Institute University of Chicago Entomological Society of America Academy of Science of St. Louis
Profession or occupationCollege teachers Biologists
Found inLCCN 07-40593: His The homing of ants, 1907 (hdg.: Turner, Charles Henry)
Bug watching with Charles Henry Turner, 1996: CIP t.p. (Charles Henry Turner) timeline (b. 02/03/1867; d. 02/14/1923)
African American National Biography, accessed September 17, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Turner, Charles Henry; science educator, biologist; born 03 February 1867 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States; earned BS (1891) and MS (1892), University of Cincinnati; published in the Journal of Comparative Neurology (1891-1901); assistantship, University of Cincinnati (1891); professor of biology and head of the department of science and agriculture, Clark University, Atlanta, Georgia (late 1891); tenure at Clark (1893-1905); professor, Haines Normal and Industrial Institute, Augusta, Georgia (1907-1908); instructor in biology, Sumner High School, St. Louis, Missouri (1908-1923); earned PhD in Zoology, University of Chicago (1907); director of the Colored Branch, St. Louis YMCA; member of the Entomological Society of America, the Academy of Science of Illinois, and the Academy of Science of St. Louis; died 14 February 1923 in Chicago, Illinois, United States)
Associated languageeng