Albert P. Brigham

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Albert Perry Brigham


Born 1855
Perry, New York
Died 1932
Field Geology

Albert Perry Brigham, A.M. (1855-1932) was an American geologist, born at Perry, New York and educated at Colgate College, Hamilton Theological Seminary, and Harvard University.

He was ordained a Baptist minister and held pastorates at Stillwater, N. Y. (1882-85) and at Utica, N. Y. (1885-91). From 1892

Besides having been editor of the Bulletin of the American Geographical society, he was author of:

  • A Text-Book of Geology (1900)
  • Geographic Influences in American History (1903)
  • Student's Laboratory Manual of Physical geography (1904)
  • From Trail to Railway through the Appalachians (1907)
  • Commercial Geography (1910)

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