Ticknor, George

Ticknor, George, American man of letters, born in Boston; studied in various European cities, where he was received in the best literary circles, and of which he has left in his journal interesting impressions; held the professorship of French and Spanish in Harvard University for a number of years; published in 1849 his “History of Spanish Literature,” the standard work on the subject; also wrote lives of Lafayette and Prescott, &c. (1791-1871).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Tickell, Thomas * Ticonderoga
Tian-Shan
Tiber
Tiberius
Tibert, Sir
Tibet
Tibullus, Albius
Tichborne
Ticino
Ticino
Tickell, Thomas
Ticknor, George
Ticonderoga
Tieck, Ludwig
Tientsin
Tierra del Fuego
Tiers État
Tiflis
Tigris
Tilbury Fort
Tillotson, John Robert
Tilly, Johann Tserklaes, Count of