Sieh, ein weites Totenfeld

Author: Christian Heinrich Zeller

Zeller, Christian Heinrich, son of Christian David Zeller, Hofrath at Hohenentringen, near Tubingen, was born at Hohenentringen, March 29, 1779. He matriculated at the University of Tübingen in 1797, as a student of law. After completing his studies he chose, however, the profession of teaching. He became director of the Latin School at Zoffingen, Switzerland, in 1809, and finally removed in April, 1820; to Beuggen on the Rhine (Baden), near Basel, as director of the newly founded Institution there, meant for the education of poor children and for the training of teachers for poor children. He died at Beuggen, May 18, 1860 (Koch, vii. 188, &c). Zeller was best known as an educationist, and in con¬nection with the working of the Instituti… Go to person page >

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First Line: Sieh, ein weites Totenfeld
Author: Christian Heinrich Zeller
Language: German
Publication Date: 1862
Copyright: Public Domain

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HURSLEY

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