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HAYNES, Henry Williamson, archaeologist, born in Bangor, Maine, 20 September, 1831. He was the son of Nathaniel Haynes, who was editor of the " Eastern Republican," one of the principal Democratic newspapers in New England during Andrew Jackson's administration. The son was graduated at Harvard in 1851, and, after teaching, studied law, and practised for several years. Subsequently he was called to fill the chair of Latin in the University of Vermont, and later he became professor of Greek in the same institution, but resigned in 1873 to devote his time to archaeology. He then sailed for Europe, where he spent six years in systematic study among the antiquities of various countries, also taking part in several international, congresses The winter of 1877-'8 he spent in Egypt seeking " for evidences of the palaeohthic age in that country The results of his investigations were presented at the International congress of anthropological sciences that was held in Paris in 1878, where he was rewarded with a medal and a diploma, and his paper was afterward published in the "Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Since his return to the United States he has resided in Boston, where he is a member of the school-board and a trustee of the public library, and has devoted much of his time to archaeology He has contributed to scientific and literary journals, and to the proceedings of learned bodies.
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