1858 – Born on the 6th of April in Providence, Rhode Island.
1878 – Bennett graduated from Brown University.
1879-1881 – He taught in secondary schools in Florida, New York.
1885-1889 – Also taught shcools in Nebraska.
1881-1882 – He studied at Harvard.
1889 – Became professor of Latin in the University of Wisconsin.
1891 – Professor of classical philology at Brown University.
1892 – Teached Latin at Cornell University.
1894-1897 – Edited Tacitus’s Dialogus de Oratoribus, and Ciceros De Senectute and De Amicitia.
1895 – His Latin Grammar is the first successful attempt in America to adopt the method of the brief, scholarly Schulgrammatik.
1900-1907 – He wrote, with George P. Bristol, The Teaching of Greek and Latin in Secondary Schools, and The Latin Language, and with William Alexander Hammond translated The Characters of
1902 – Wrote the book, Theophrastus.
1921 – He died on the 2nd of May in Rhode Island.