L. L. LANGSTROTH

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AmericanBorn Lorenzo Lorraine LANGSTROTH

American apiarist, clergyman and teacher, considered the "Father of American Beekeeping."

Born on December 25, 1810 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA , United States

Died on October 06, 1895 in Dayton, Ohio, USA

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L. L. Langstroth was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a youngster, he took such an extraordinary interest in observing the habits of insects that he was punished for wearing holes in the knees of his pants while learning all he could about ant life. He graduated from Yale University in 1831, and subsequently held a tutorship there in 1834-1835. After this he was pastor of various Congregational churches in Massachusetts, including the South Congregational Church in Andover, Massachusetts in May 1836.



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