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Joseph M. Bachelor

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Cornell College

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Cornell College

600 1St St. W

Mount Vernon, Iowa,52314

United States

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Set on a wooded hilltop overlooking scenic Mount Vernon, Iowa, Cornell College is a private, four-year liberal arts college offering students an extraordinary array of opportunities— in the classroom, on campus, and around the world. At Cornell, you'll focus ...more

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Joseph M. Bachelor Joseph Morris Bachelor also known as Joseph Morris (born May 17, 1889 near Sharonville, Ohio, died December 5, 1947 in Hamilton, Ohio) was an American author, poet, editor and educator. Bachelor was educated at Miami University (A.B., 1911) and Harvard University (A.M. 1912). After teaching English at Cornell College in Iowa (1913-1917), he worked as an editor for the Century Company in New York City where he was definitiions editor of The New Century Dictionary in two volumes. He returned in 1927 to teach at his alma mater, Miami University where he remained until his death in 1947. He was a popular and rigorous professor teaching Shakespeare and a course he developed called "Words. Upon his death, he bequeathed over 400 acres of woodland and streams, including Harker's Run, to Miami University. The land is today known as the Bachelor Wildlife and Game Reserve. He collaboarated with other professors on at least ten English textbooks and edited a series of poetry collections (under his pen name Joseph Morris) in collaboration with St. Clair Adams which included poems by Bachelor and Adams.


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Joseph M. Bachelor Joseph Morris Bachelor also known as Joseph Morris (born May 17, 1889 near Sharonville, Ohio, died December 5, 1947 in Hamilton, Ohio) was an American author, poet, editor and educator. Bachelor was educated at Miami University (A.B., 1911) and Harvard University (A.M. 1912). After teaching English at Cornell College in Iowa (1913-1917), he worked as an editor for the Century Company in New York City where he was definitiions editor of The New Century Dictionary in two volumes. He returned in 1927 to teach at his alma mater, Miami University where he remained until his death in 1947. He was a popular and rigorous professor teaching Shakespeare and a course he developed called "Words. Upon his death, he bequeathed over 400 acres of woodland and streams, including Harker's Run, to Miami University. The land is today known as the Bachelor Wildlife and Game Reserve. He collaboarated with other professors on at least ten English textbooks and edited a series of poetry collections (under his pen name Joseph Morris) in collaboration with St. Clair Adams which included poems by Bachelor and Adams.


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Joseph M. Bachelor Joseph Morris Bachelor also known as Joseph Morris (born May 17, 1889 near Sharonville, Ohio, died December 5, 1947 in Hamilton, Ohio) was an American author, poet, editor and educator. Bachelor was educated at Miami University (A.B., 1911) and Harvard University (A.M. 1912). After teaching English at Cornell College in Iowa (1913-1917), he worked as an editor for the Century Company in New York City where he was definitiions editor of The New Century Dictionary in two volumes. He returned in 1927 to teach at his alma mater, Miami University where he remained until his death in 1947. He was a popular and rigorous professor teaching Shakespeare and a course he developed called "Words. Upon his death, he bequeathed over 400 acres of woodland and streams, including Harker's Run, to Miami University. The land is today known as the Bachelor Wildlife and Game Reserve. He collaboarated with other professors on at least ten English textbooks and edited a series of poetry collections (under his pen name Joseph Morris) in collaboration with St. Clair Adams which included poems by Bachelor and Adams.


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Joseph M. Bachelor View full biography Joseph M. Bachelor Joseph Morris Bachelor also known as Joseph Morris (born May 17, 1889 near Sharonville, Ohio, died December 5, 1947 in Hamilton, Ohio) was an American author, poet, editor and educator. Bachelor was educated at Miami University (A.B., 1911) and Harvard University (A.M. 1912). After teaching English at Cornell College in Iowa (1913-1917), he worked as an editor for the Century Company in New York City where he was definitiions editor of The New Century Dictionary in two volumes. He returned in 1927 to teach at his alma mater, Miami University where he remained until his death in 1947. He was a popular and rigorous professor teaching Shakespeare and a course he developed called "Words. Upon his death, he bequeathed over 400 acres of woodland and streams, including Harker's Run, to Miami University. The land is today known as the Bachelor Wildlife and Game Reserve. He collaboarated with other professors on at least ten English textbooks and edited a series of poetry collections (under his pen name Joseph Morris) in collaboration with St. Clair Adams which included poems by Bachelor and Adams.


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Click here to Add a link or Submit a book about: Joseph M. Bachelor Joseph M. Bachelor Bachelor was educated at Miami University (A.B., 1911) and Harvard University (A.M. 1912). After teaching English at Cornell College in Iowa (1913-1917), he worked as an editor for the Century Company in New York City where he was definitiions editor of The New Century Dictionary in two volumes. He returned in 1927 to teach at his alma mater, Miami University where he remained until his death in 1947. He was a popular and rigorous professor teaching Shakespeare and a course he developed called "Words. Upon his death, he bequeathed over 400 acres of woodland and streams, including Harker's Run, to Miami University. The land is today known as the Bachelor Wildlife and Game Reserve. He collaboarated with other professors on at least ten English textbooks and edited a series of poetry collections (under his pen name Joseph Morris) in collaboration with St. Clair Adams which included poems by Bachelor and Adams. Works by Joseph M. Bachelor at Project Gutenberg


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