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Frederic Henry Sexton

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Frederic Henry Sexton (1879- )

1922 D.Sc., LL.D., Min. Engr. and Metallurgist; b. 1879; s. of William Henry Sexton. Ed. Howe High Sch., Billerica, Mass.; Cambridge English High Sch., Cambridge, Mass. Training: Massachusetts Inst. of Technology. Career: Assayer and Chemist, Carmichael Reduction Co., So. Boston, Mass., 1900; Instructor in Metallurgy, Mass. Inst. Technology, 1901-2; Research Metallurgist, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y., 1902-4; Asst. Prof. of Min. and Metallurgy, Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., 1904-7; Pres., Nova Scotia Tech. Coil., Halifax, N.S., and Director of Tech. Education for Nova Scotia, 1901 to date; Vocational Officer for Quebec and Maritime Provinces, Dept. of Soldiers' Civil Reestablishment, 1916 to date. Publ.: "Annealing of Steel Castings," Journal of Nova Scotia Min. Soc., 1906; various Articles in Tech. Magazines and Addresses before Professional Societies on Education, Rehabilitation of Maimed Soldiers, etc. Clubs: University Club of Montreal, Rotary Club of Halifax. Address: Nova Scotia Tech. Coll.

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