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Albion Woodbury Small

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(1854–1926) Albion Small was born in 11 May 1854 in Buckfield, Maine, to Albion K. P. Small and Thankful Lincoln (Woodbury) Small. Determined to follow his father into the ...

Small, Albion Woodbury

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The Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers

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Current Version:
2010
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Philosophy
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..., Albion Woodbury ( 1854–1926 ) Albion Small was born in 11 May 1854 in Buckfield, Maine, to Albion K. P. Small and Thankful Lincoln (Woodbury) Small. Determined to follow his father into the ministry, he received his BA at Colby College in 1876 . He then went to Newton Theological Seminary in Massachusetts, graduating as a Baptist minister in 1879 . In the same year, Small decided to go to Germany to study for his masters degree in social sciences at the universities of Berlin and Leipzig. While in Germany, he was influenced by the social economists...

Albion Woodbury Small

Albion Woodbury Small  

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(1854–1926)Albion Small was born in 11 May 1854 in Buckfield, Maine, to Albion K. P. Small and Thankful Lincoln (Woodbury) Small. Determined to follow his father into the ministry ...
Richard Theodore Ely

Richard Theodore Ely  

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(1854–1943)Richard T. Ely was born on 13 April 1854 in Ripley, New York, and died on 4 October 1943 in Old Lyme, Connecticut. He grew up in Fredonia in ...
George Sylvester Counts

George Sylvester Counts  

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(1889–1974)George S. Counts was born on 9 December 1889 near Baldwin City, Kansas. He received his BA in 1911 at Baker University and taught in high schools for two ...
Roscoe Pound

Roscoe Pound  

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(1870–1964)US legal scholar and influential Dean of Harvard Law School, widely considered the ‘Dean of American jurisprudence’. See also legal realism; profession.
Emily Greene Balch

Emily Greene Balch  

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(1867–1961)Balch was an American sociologist who pioneered the concept of role and the use of statistical techniques in sociology. She carried out important comparative analyses of immigrant life in ...
Chicago School

Chicago School  

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A name applied to sociologists at the University of Chicago's Department of Sociology in the first half of the 20th century (especially the 1920s and 1930s), whose pioneering and often qualitative ...
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The Grove Encyclopedia of Materials and Techniques in Art

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2008
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...of the image. The unexposed gelatin remained soft and could be washed away, leaving a relief of the hardened gelatin on the printing plate. The plate is similar to but less durable than a line block. (b) Woodburytype. In this photo-relief method, patented by Walter Bentley Woodbury ( 1834–85 ) in 1866–7 , pigmented light-sensitive gelatin is spread on to a glass plate and exposed under a negative. The gelatin film is separated and left to contract; the dark areas forming the image remain proportionally thicker than the light ones. Using a hydraulic...

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Green's Dictionary of Slang

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2011
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...1771) —— The Minor (London 1760) —— Works 2 vols. (London 1799) Footman, David Pig and Pepper (London 1936) [London 1990] Forbes, Gordon Goodbye to Some (New York 1961)[London 1963] Forbes, William Dominie Deposed (Edinburgh 1785) Ford, Clyde W. Deuce's Wild (Woodbury, MN 2006) Ford, Corey Coconut Oil (New York 1931) Ford, Ford Maddox Man Could Stand Up (London 1926) Ford, John Fancies (printed London 1638) —— Lady's Trial (printed London 1639) —— 'Tis Pity She's A Whore (printed London 1633) Ford, Sewell Odd Numbers (London...

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