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Adams, Herbert Baxter

Born: 1850 AD
Died: 1901 AD

1850 – Born on the 16th of April in Shutesbury, Massachusetts.

1872 – He graduated from the Amherst College.

1873 – He went to Europe and devoted three years to travel and study.

1876 – He received the degree of PhD at Heidelberg, Germany.

        – He was a fellow in history at Johns Hopkins University for two years.

1880 – He began his famous seminar in history.
1883 – He
was appointed associate professor.

         – He is credited with coining the phrase "political science".

1884 – He was the secretary of the American Historical Association at its foundation.

1901 – He died on the 30th of July.