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I. C. White

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Nov 01, 1848

I. C. White was born in Monongalia County

1867

I. C. White became one of the first 6 students to enter the Agricultural College of West Virginia (WVU)

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Dec 26, 1872

I.C. White earned an undergraduate degree at Agricultural College of West Virginia (WVU)

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1875

I.C. White earned a masters degree at WVU

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1876

I.C. White began working for the Pennsylvania Geological Survey

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1877

I.C. White returned to WVU to teach geology

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1884

I.C. White began working for the U.S. Geological Survey

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1885

I.C. White wrote an article in Science asserting his rediscovery of the anticlinal theory in the location of oil and gas

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1897

I. C. White began serving as first director of the West Virginia G&ES

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1907

I. C. White advocated for legislation establishing the U.S. Bureau of Mines

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1908

I.C. White wrote an extensive report on the coal resources of Brazil

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1919

I. C. White received an honorary law degree from WVU

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Nov 25, 1927

I. C. White died in Baltimore


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