This Biography is about one of the best Educator Noah Webster including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Noah Webster|
|Real Name||Noah Webster|
|Profession||Editors, Linguists, Educators|
|Nick Name||Noah Webster Jr.|
|Personal Life of Noah Webster|
|Born on||16 October 1758|
|Died At Age||84|
|Born in||West Hartford|
|Died on||28 May 1843|
|Place of death||New Haven|
|Family Background of Noah Webster|
|Father||Noah Webster, Sr.|
|Siblings||Mercy, Abraham, Jerusha, , Charles|
|Children||Emily Schotten Webster, Frances Julianna Webster, Harriet Webster, Mary Webster, William Greenleaf Webster, Eliza Steele Greenleaf Webster, Henry Bradford Greenleaf Webster, Louisa Greenleaf Webster|
|Education||Yale University (1778), MA, Yale University (1781),|
|Personal Fact of Noah Webster|
|Noah Webster became one of the most distinguished lexicographers in the United States of America after he published The American Speller, which also came to be known as The Blue-Backed Speller. He was extremely obsessive about words, grammar and punctuation, which he put together in, perhaps, the most popular spelling books and dictionaries ever created at the time. Webster revealed very early on the requirement for American-English manuals, which lacked during his time.
Thus, he went on to pen some of the most prominent spelling and grammar books which are even used in modern times, one of which is An American Dictionary of the English Languag. He was, for half a century, among the most powerful and the most dynamic literary menfolk in the United States. Apart from being a lexicographer, he was also a well-known teacher, political writer, editor and author and was fondly known as the Father of American Scholarship and Education.
Notwithstanding great milestones in the field of education, he also battled for patent laws, a sturdy centralized government, common education and also supported the abolition of slavery. Amid fighting for these causes, he wrote several textbooks, revised fortnightlies and founded the Amherst College. At the time of his demise, he was already an American icon and hero.