Chauncey Samuel Boucher

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Chauncey Samuel Boucher (14 June 1886–13 August 1955) was an American academic and historian.

Boucher was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Chauncey Watson Boucher and Elizabeth Celstea Van Loon. He was a professor of history at University of Chicago; President of University of West Virginia; and chancellor of University of Nebraska. He died at Petoskey, Emmet, Michigan in 1955, aged 69.