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Lee, Everett S., 1917-2007

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    • Everett Spurgeon
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        • Organization: University of Georgia. Dept. of Sociology
    • Has Affiliation

        • Affiliation End: 2005
        • Organization: University of Georgia. Gerontology Center
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Southern Regional Demographic Group
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Southern Demographic Association
    • Birth Place

        Rains, S.C.
    • Death Place

        Atlanta, Ga.
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        • Earlier Established Forms

          • Lee, Everett Spurgeon
        • Sources

          • found: Malzberg, B. Migration and mental disease, 1956:title page (Everett S. Lee) page iv (staff, University of Pennsylvania)
          • found: Population estimates, 1982:title page (Everett S. Lee) page 248 (Professor of Sociology at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia)
          • found: The Southern sociologist, 2007:volume 39, number 1, page 18 (Everett S. Lee; born December 31, 1917 in Rains, South Carolina; died March 16, 2007 in Atlanta; married Anne on August 4, 1950; received his Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees from the University of Pennsylvania; his life was devoted to teaching and research; he spent many years in the Sociology Department at the University of Georgia; after retirement, he remained at the University's Gerontology Center until 2005; he was a very prolific author but is probably best known for "The Turner Thesis Revisited;" he was instrumental in the founding of the Southern Regional Demographic Group in 1973, which later became the Southern Demographic Association (SDA); he was a highly respected scholar who contributed much to the world of sociology and, in particular, demography)
          • found:, via WWW, August 17, 2012(Everett Spurgeon Lee; Everett S. Lee; born December 31, 1917 in Rains, South Carolina; died March 16, 2007)
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          • 1979-07-30: new
          • 2012-08-22: revised
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