Andrew Dickson White Biography

Andrew D. White (November 7, 1832–November 4, 1918) taught for a number of years at the University of Michigan, later serving as the first president of Cornell University. He was also the author of History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom and Paper Money Inflation in France.


Methods of teaching history. By A. D. White, W. F. Allen, C. K. Adams, John W. Burgess, J. R. Seeley, H. B. Adams, E. Emerton, G. S. Morris, R. T. Ely, A. B. Hart, W. C. Collar, J. T. Clarke, W. E. Foster, and others. 2d ed., entirely recast and rewritten. Boston, Ginn, Heath and company, 1885.

Paper-money inflation in France; how it came, what it brought, and how it ended. New York, D. Appleton, 1876.

The warfare of science. By Andrew Dickson White. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1876.

A history of the warfare of science with theology in Christendom. by Andrew Dickson White. New York, D. Appleton & Company, 1896; Abridged for the modern reader, with a pref. and epilogue by Bruce Mazlish. New York, Free Press, 1965; Reprint two volumes in one, Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1993

"The Constitution and American education," N.p., Itahaca, N.Y., 1887.

European schools of history and politics. By Andrew D. White. Baltimore, N. Murray, Publication agent, Johns Hopkins University, 1887; New York, Johnson Reprint Corp., 1973.

Education in political science: an address delivered in the Academy of Music, Baltimore, on the third anniversary of the Johns Hopkins University, February 22, 1879, by Hon. Andrew D. White. Baltimore: Printed by J. Murphy, 1879.

Seven great statesmen in the warfare of humanity with unreason. By Andrew Dickson White. New York, The Century Co., 1910.

Fiat money inflation in France; how it came, what it brought and how it ended. By Andrew Dickson White. New York, London, D. Appleton-Century company, incorporated, 1933. Reprint with a forward by Henry Hazlitt. San Francisco, Calif.: Cato Institute, c1980.

Selected chapters from the Autobiography of Andrew D. White. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press, 1939.