STEWART, Caroline Taylor. Miss. Memphis Tenn. 18?? — 19??. U.S. Linguist. Studies at Kansas State University (A.B. 1892), University of Michigan (A.M. 1895) and Bryn Mawr. Further studies of Germanics in Germany. Ph.D. 1901 Berlin. From 1905 Assistant Professor of Germanics at University of Missouri, where she taught many years (still there in 1925).
Publications: Diss. Grammatische Darstellung der Sprache des St. Paules Glossar zu Lukas. 1901.
– “The Origin of the Names of the Numerals”, BB 30, 1906, 223-265 & 330f. (Sanskrit and IE); other writing on Germanic linguistics.
– The Origin of the werewolf superstition. 42 p. Columbia Mo. 1909.
Sources: Woman’s who’s who of America, 1914-15, 782 (en.wikisource.org/wiki/Page:Woman%27s_who%27s_who_of_America,_1914-15.djvu/770); stray notes in Internet.
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