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Stuhlmann, Franz

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Personal name headingStuhlmann, Franz
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Variant(s)Stuhlmann, Franz Ludwig
Associated countryGermany
Associated placeTanzania Zanzibar Egypt Mozambique India Indonesia Algeria Tunisia
Birth date1863-10-29
Death date1928-11-19
Place of birthHamburg (Germany)
Field of activityGermany--Colonies--Africa--Discovery and exploration Natural history
AffiliationHamburgisches Welt-Wirtschafts-Archiv (1919-1970)
Biologisch-Landwirtschaftliches Institut in Amani
Profession or occupationColonial administrators Explorers Naturalists Zoologists Plant collectors
Found inMit Emin Pascha ins Herz von Afrika
Franz Stuhlmann (1863-1928), 2008: title page (Zoologe und Afrikaforscher. Überbringer einzelner Nachrichten über Ruanda. Chef der Abteilung für Landeskultur und Landesvermessung beim Kaiserlichen Gouvernement von Deutsch-Ostafrika. Zuletzt Direktor des Hamburgischen Weltwirtschafts-Archivs)
Wikipedia, Sep. 1, 2017 (Franz Stuhlmann; German naturalist, zoologist, and explorer; born 29 October 1863, Hamburg; doctorate in natural sciences, concentration zoology, Freiburg; employed at Zoological Institute of Wurzburg in 1887; left the next year for East Africa, on the first of a long series of voyages/expeditions; during Arab revolt in 1890 he entered the German corps of defense, wounded at Lembula; after recovery he joined the expedition of Emin Pasha to the lake region, reached the coast in July 1892 at Bagamoya, returned to Germany with cartographic material and collections; another trip to German East Africa, 1893-1894, under government order; secretary of the Colonial Institute in Hamburg, 1908-1910; died 19 November 1928 following surgery for cancer)
JSTOR Global Plants, viewed Sep. 1, 2017 (Stuhlmann, Franz Ludwig (1863-1928); German colonial administrator and naturalist; arrived in Egypt in early 1888, continued to Zanzibar, then Mozambique; after leaving the Emin Pasha expedition he reached the coast with more than 4,300 plants, deposited in Berlin, many destroyed by Dahlem botanic garden bombing in World War II; administrative role based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, land surveying and agricultural policy, continued natural history collecting; in 1901-1903 he studied agricultural research methods in India and Dutch East Indies, then made director of research station at Amani Institut, 320 km north of Dar es Salaam, became renowned center for tropical agricultural research under his leadership; while there he authored papers on botany, geography, and colonial economics; due to ill health he returned to Hamburg in 1908 as general secretary, Central Office of the Colonial Institut; founded and directed the Hamburgischen Welt-Wirtschafts-Archiv; visited Algeria and Tunisia in 1911 and 1913)
Associated languageger