Nebraska Authors

Earl Emmet Lackey

Born 1878-05-01 Arlington, OH (USA)

Places Lived

Blue Hill, NE
Syracuse, NE
Wayne, NE
Lincoln, NE: 1924

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Text books

Education

Graduated, 1904, Peru State Teachers College, Peru, NE
BA, 1911, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
MA, 1920, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
PhD, 1930, Columbia University, New York, NY

Occupation

Public School Teacher:1897-1901
Public Schools Superintendent: 1904-1910
Professor of Geography and Agriculture: 1911-1924
United States Army: 1918-1919
Associate Professor of Geography

Places Worked

Saline County Schools: 1897-1901
Blue Springs Public Schools Superintendent: 1904-1906
Syracuse Public Schools Superintendent: 1906-1910
Wayne State Teacher's College: 1911-1924
University of Nebraska: 1924-

Associations

Nebraska Writers Guild

Bibliography

Studies in the Principles of Geography. 1920.
A Scale of Measuring the Ability of Children in Geography. 1927.

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