Byron Halsted

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Byron David Halsted (1852–1918) was a noted American biologist and educator.

Halsted was born at Venice, New York. He studied at Michigan State University and at Harvard (D.Sc., 1879).

In 1885, he began teaching botany at Iowa State and in 1889, he moved on to Rutgers in New Jersey.

In addition to his writings on biology and agriculture, Halsted was known for his book, Barn Plans and Outbuildings (New York: Orange Judd Co., 1894).

Halsted was an uncle of plant explorer David Fairchild who studied with him in Iowa and New Jersey.


  • This entry is based on the National Cyclopedia entry which is in the public domain.

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"Halsted, Byron David." The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography (1900). 10:123.