DOZIER, ORION T., 1848-1925

Biography:

Physican, inventor. Born– August 18, 1848, Glenalter, Ga. Parents– Thomas Henry and Martha Stearns (Davie) Dozier. Married– Elizabeth Powers, April 30, 1874. Children– Five. Education– Atlanta Medical College, M.D., 1874. Practiced medicine in Attalla, Cherokee County, and Birmingham; Portageville, Mo.; Rome, Ga. Originated and organized the Regents of the White Shield, 1892. Invented and patented a hame for harness, a portable elevator, and a mailing machine.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 4; from National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Vol. 22; and from the files at Alabama Public Library Service.

Publication(s):

Chips and Whetstones of Verses and Prose. Birmingham, Ala.; Dispatch Printing, 1916.

Foibles of Fancy and Rhymes of the Times. Birmingham, Ala.; Dispatch Printing, 1894.

A Galaxy of Southern Heroes and Other Poems. Birmingham, Ala.; Dispatch Printing, 1905.

Just A-Thinking. Birmingham, Ala.; Dispatch Printing, 1920.

Poems and Prose of Orion T. Dozier. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Publishing Co., 1927.

Poems of Orion T. Dozier. New York; Neale, 1905.