James Hammond Trumbull (December 20, 1821 – August 5, 1897) was an American scholar and philologist. He was born in Stonington, Connecticut. He studied at Tracy's Academy in Norwich and at Yale University from 1838, but ill-health prevented his graduation, he was enrolled in 1850 and received an honorary LLD in 1871. He settled in Hartford and was assistant-secretary of state of Connecticut in 1847-1852, Connecticut state librarian in 1854, assistant-secretary again in 1858-1861, and (Republican) Secretary of the State in 1861-1866. He was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1855. He was a prominent member of the Connecticut Historical Society, of which he was president from 1863 to 1889. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1872. He died in Hartford.

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  • James Hammond Trumbull (December 20, 1821 – August 5, 1897) was an American scholar and philologist. He was born in Stonington, Connecticut. He studied at Tracy's Academy in Norwich and at Yale University from 1838, but ill-health prevented his graduation, he was enrolled in 1850 and received an honorary LLD in 1871. He settled in Hartford and was assistant-secretary of state of Connecticut in 1847-1852, Connecticut state librarian in 1854, assistant-secretary again in 1858-1861, and (Republican) Secretary of the State in 1861-1866. He was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1855. He was a prominent member of the Connecticut Historical Society, of which he was president from 1863 to 1889. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1872. He died in Hartford. His works include a number about the history of Connecticut, such as Historical Notes on some Provisions of the Connecticut Statutes (1860–1861) and The True Blue Laws of Connecticut (1876). His studies of Native American dialects led to The Composition of Indian Geographical Names (1870), The Best Methods of Studying the Indian Languages (1871), Indian Names of Places in Connecticut (1881) and other similar works. One of his brothers was the author Henry Clay Trumbull, and one of his sisters was the author and entomologist Annie Trumbull Slosson. The standard author abbreviation Trumbull is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name. (en)
  • James Hammond Trumbull (Stonington, Connecticut, 20 de diciembre de 1821 - Hartford, 5 de agosto de 1897), erudito y filólogo estadounidense. En 1838 comenzó sus estudios en la Academia Tracy de la Universidad Yale; como no se pudo graduar por problemas de salud, en 1871 se le confirió un LLD honorífico. Se estableció en Hartford donde ocupó varios cargos: secretario asistente de Estado en 1847-1852 y nuevamente en 1858-1861, bibliotecario en 1854, y Secretario del Estado de Connecticut en 1861-1866 por el Partido Republicano. Fue un miembro destacado de la Sociedad de Historia de Connecticut, que presidió en 1863-1889. En 1872 accede a la Academia Nacional de Ciencias de Estados Unidos. Escribió numerosas obras de historia. También fue un experto en el estudio de idiomas nativos estadounidenses. Fue hermano del autor Henry Clay Trumbull y de la entomóloga Annie Trumbull Slosson (es)
  • James Hammond Trumbull (* 20. Dezember 1821 in Stonington, Connecticut; † 5. August 1897 in Hartford, Connecticut) war ein US-amerikanischer Historiker und Sprachwissenschaftler. Er beschäftigte sich hauptsächlich mit der frühen Geschichte der Kolonie Connecticut und mit den indigenen amerikanischen Sprachen. (de)
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  • James Hammond Trumbull (* 20. Dezember 1821 in Stonington, Connecticut; † 5. August 1897 in Hartford, Connecticut) war ein US-amerikanischer Historiker und Sprachwissenschaftler. Er beschäftigte sich hauptsächlich mit der frühen Geschichte der Kolonie Connecticut und mit den indigenen amerikanischen Sprachen. (de)
  • James Hammond Trumbull (December 20, 1821 – August 5, 1897) was an American scholar and philologist. He was born in Stonington, Connecticut. He studied at Tracy's Academy in Norwich and at Yale University from 1838, but ill-health prevented his graduation, he was enrolled in 1850 and received an honorary LLD in 1871. He settled in Hartford and was assistant-secretary of state of Connecticut in 1847-1852, Connecticut state librarian in 1854, assistant-secretary again in 1858-1861, and (Republican) Secretary of the State in 1861-1866. He was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1855. He was a prominent member of the Connecticut Historical Society, of which he was president from 1863 to 1889. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1872. He died in Hartford. (en)
  • James Hammond Trumbull (Stonington, Connecticut, 20 de diciembre de 1821 - Hartford, 5 de agosto de 1897), erudito y filólogo estadounidense. En 1838 comenzó sus estudios en la Academia Tracy de la Universidad Yale; como no se pudo graduar por problemas de salud, en 1871 se le confirió un LLD honorífico. Se estableció en Hartford donde ocupó varios cargos: secretario asistente de Estado en 1847-1852 y nuevamente en 1858-1861, bibliotecario en 1854, y Secretario del Estado de Connecticut en 1861-1866 por el Partido Republicano. Fue un miembro destacado de la Sociedad de Historia de Connecticut, que presidió en 1863-1889. En 1872 accede a la Academia Nacional de Ciencias de Estados Unidos. (es)
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