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Hanna, Alfred Jackson, 1893-1978

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    • Hanna, A. J. (Alfred Jackson), 1893-1978
    • Hanna, Fred, 1893-1978
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1893-05-05
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1978-03-13
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        • Organization: (naf) Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.)
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Tampa (Fla.)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Winter Park (Fla.)
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  • Sources

    • found: The founding of Rollins college, c1935:title page (A.J. Hanna)
    • found: Fort Maitland, 1936:title page (Alfred Jackson Hanna)
    • found: LC data base, 7/14/88(hdg.: Hanna, Alfred Jackson, 1893- ; usage: A.J. Hanna; Alfred Jackson Hanna)
    • found: His Flight into oblivion, 1999:CIP t.p. (A.J. Hanna) introd. (Alfred J. "Fred" Hanna; d. Mar. 13, 1978)
    • found: Sudoc [ABES], France via VIAF, Feb. 7, 2020(born: 1893; died: 1978; preferred: Hanna, Alfred Jackson, 1893-1978; field of activity: Murat, Achille, (1801-1847; Prince).; related: Rae, John.) -
    • found: National Library of the Netherlands via VIAF, Feb. 7, 2020(identifier: 0000000081858519; preferred: Hanna, Alfred Jackson, 1893-1978; country: Verenigde Staten; field of activity: Saint Johns River (Fla.), Mexico, Foreign relations, 1861-1867., U.S, Foreign relations, 1861-1865., Mexico, History, European Intervention, 1861-1867., Murat, Achille, 1801- 1847.; variant: Hanna, A.J.; Hanna, Alfr.J.; related: Hanna, Kathryn Abbey (Kathryn Trimmer Abbey), 1895-; note: Info Jan Noorlandt januari 2016 bron: A leading scholar on Florida history and specialist in Latin American affairs, Prof. A. J. Hanna had been associated with Rollins for more than six decades, likely the longest among all faculty members of the college community. ... Born in Tampa on May 5, 1893, Alfred Jackson Hanna was the son of Josiah Calvin Hanna and Sarah Jackson Hanna. He was descended from a family of pioneers who settled in the Citrus County in 1840, before Florida was admitted to the Union. ... Hanna attended the Eastman School and worked briefly in New York before enrolling at Rollins College in 1914. ... By 1938 Hanna had reached the rank of full professor and ten years later, he was named the first endowed chair of Weddell Professor of American History at Rollins, a title he held until his retirement in 1969. ... His first major book, Flight into Oblivion (Johnson Publishing, 1938), was a well-researched and exciting tale of the flight of the Confederate Cabinet after the Southern defeat at the end of American Civil War. ... Hanna's second major work, A Prince in Their Midist, was published by the University of Oklahoma Press in 1946. ... Hanna's last major book also represented his most ambitious scholarly effort. Along with his wife Kathryn, Hanna spent over a quarter of a century researching and writing an account of Napoleon III's ... When Hanna past away in 1978, it had been specially requested that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the Rollins College Book-A-Year fund ...) -
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