Danforth, Stuart T. (Stuart Taylor), 1900-1938

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Biographical History

Stuart Taylor Danforth (1900-1938) received his bachelor's degree from Rutgers in 1921, and his master's from Cornell in 1925. He spent a year being an instructor in Biology at Temple University. He then went on to teach zoology and entomology at University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez until his early death in 1938. He constantly studied and collected birds and insects, and specialized on the food birds eat in Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica, and the Lesser Antilles.

Source

  • Library of Congress. NACO. Control Number: no2004098194
  • http://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/bpp/Observer%20Bios/Stuart%20Danforth.pdf

Related entities

University of Puerto Rico (Mayagüez Campus): He taught zoology and entomology at University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez until his early death in 1938.

Birth Date

1900

Death Date

1938

Topic

  • Animals
  • Birds

Form/Genre

Personal name

Occupation

Ornithologists