Wilson, Charles Branch, 1861-1941Alternative names
Charles Branch Wilson (1861-1941) was born in Exeter, Maine. He received his A.B. and A.M. degrees from Colby College, Waterville, Maine, and the Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1910. While completing his A.M., Wilson worked as a tutor in Botany at Colby. In 1891, he was appointed Professor of Science at the State Normal School, Gorham, Maine. He became Professor of Natural Science at the State Normal School, Westfield, Massachusetts, in 1896 and the following year was made Professor of Biology and the Head of the Science Department. Wilson held the positions at Westfield until his retirement in 1932.
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Charles Wilson Branch was a zoologist and a teacher of high school science.
He was born in Waterville, Maine in 1861. After completing his undergraduate work at Colby College, Branch received the D. Sc. degree from Johns Hopkins in 1908. Branch was later appointed to teaching and administrative positions at preparatory schools in Massachusetts. He was the author of several scientific works, mostly resulting from his research and study of copepods. Charles Wilson Branch died in 1941.
From the description of Charles Branch Wilson papers, 1894-1896. (Johns Hopkins University). WorldCat record id: 49310162