George Elliott Howard

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George Elliott Howard, Ph.D. (1849–1928) was an American educator and author, born at Saratoga, New York.

He graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1876, studied in Europe at the universities of Munich and Paris (1876–1878), and was professor of history in the University of Nebraska from 1879 to 1891, and professor at Stanford from 1891 to 1901.

Professor Howard lectured at Cornell University (1902) and at the University of Chicago (1903–1904), then returned to the University of Nebraska.

Publications[edit]

  • Local Constitutional History of the United States (1889)
  • The Evolution of the University (1890)
  • The King's Peace and the Local Peace Magistracy (1891)
  • History of Matrimonial Institutions (three volumes, 1904)
  • Preliminaries of the Revolution (1905)
  • Social Control and Function of the Family (1906)
  • General Sociology (1907)
  • The Family and Marriage (1914)
Preceded by
George E. Vincent
President of the American Sociological Association
1916–1917
Succeeded by
Charles H. Cooley