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John M. Gillette (1866-1949) was hired as an assistant porfessor of Sociology and as an instructor in History (1907-1908) and then as a professor of Sociology (1908-1936). Gillette was active in the American Sociological Society and was offered the presidency of the University but refused (1932). Gillette published his most significant book, Rural Sociology, in 1913. He died in Grand Forks on September 24, 1949. on October 7, 1983, the Chemistry Building was renamed in his honor.
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North Dakota--Grand Forks; North Dakota
University of North Dakota
Gillette, John M. (John Morris), 1866-1949
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota