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Lindeman, Eduard Christianlocked

(09 May 1885–13 April 1953)
  • James Wallace

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Lindeman, Eduard Christian (09 May 1885–13 April 1953), educator and writer, was born in St. Clair, Michigan, the son of Frederick Lindeman, a laborer, and Frederecka Johanna Von Piper. Lindeman’s parents died when he was young, and he worked as a manual laborer until the age of twenty-two, when he entered Michigan Agricultural College. He graduated in 1911, and the next year he married Hazel Charlotte Taft, the daughter of one of his professors; they had four daughters....

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