CURRIE, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1885-1968

Biography:

High school principal, university professor. Born– March 22, 1885, Jasonville, Ind. Parents– Lawrence and Martha Mitten Currie. Married– Rose Blanche Bryan, December 28, 1918. Children– Five. Education– Indiana University, A.B., 1908, A.M., 1911, Ph.D., 1924. Served as principal in Indiana schools; instructor at the University of Wyoming, 1913-1915; Hendrix College, Conway, Ark.; taught at Birmingham-Southern College, 1920-1939; Millsaps College, 1939-1946; Louisiana College, 1946-1961; Whitworth College in Mississippi, 1961-. Died December 4, 1968.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 7 and from Dictionary of American Scholars, 1969.

Publication(s):

Breezes from Helicon. Dallas; Story Book Press, 1950.

Collected Poems.  New York: Exposition Press, 1954.

Essentials of General and Scientific Latin. Boston; Chapman, 1945.

The Military Discipline of the Romans From the Founding of the City to the Close of the Republic. Bloomington, Ind.; Graduate Council, Indiana University, 1928.