John Frederick Duggar
Director of the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service:
1914-1920.

Born:
Norwood Plantation, Marengo County, Ala., August 24, 1868
Died:
Salter Farm, Lee County, Ala., December 25, 1945.

Education:
BS (Agriculture) 1887, Mississippi A&M College
MS (Agriculture) 1888, Mississippi A&M College
Other Graduate Work:
George Washington University,
Cornell University,
University of Colorado

Career Resume:
Assistant Professor, Agriculture, Texas A&M, 1887-1889.
Manager, Callaway Plantation (Snowdon, Ala.), 1890.
Assistant Director, South Carolina Experiment Station, 1890-1892.
School Principal, Shannon, Miss., 1892.
Editor, Field Crop Section, "Experiment Station Record," USDA, 1893-1895.
Assistant Professor, Agriculture, Alabama A&M (now Auburn University), 1896-1903.
Director, Alabama Experiment Station, 1903-1921.
Director, ACES, 1914-1920.
Research Professor, Farm Management, API, 1921-1945.
Visting Professor of Agronomy, UC-Davis, 1922-1924.