Silas Belden Dutcher
|New York State Superintendent of Public Works|
January 15, 1880 – February 13, 1883
|Appointed by||Alonzo Barton Cornell|
|Preceded by||Benjamin S. W. Clark|
|Succeeded by||James H. Shanahan|
|Born||July 12, 1829|
Springfield, New York
|Died||February 10, 1909 (aged 79)|
Brooklyn, New York
Rebecca Jacobs Alwaise
He was born on July 12, 1829 in Springfield, New York. Dutcher attended the Cazenovia Academy. He served as the New York State Superintendent of Public Works from 1880 to 1883. He died on February 10, 1909 in Brooklyn, New York.
- "S. B. Dutcher Dead On Wedding Jubilee. Brooklyn Banker Stricken with Paralysis as Family Plans Fiftieth Anniversary. Came Up From The Farm. Made His Way as Teacher, Railroad Workman, Business Man, and Politician. Held Many Offices". New York Times. February 11, 1909. Retrieved 2011-05-03.
On the golden anniversary of his wedding, for the celebration of which preparations had been made, Silas B. Dutcher, Brooklyn's foremost citizens, died yesterday at his home, 196 New York Avenue. ...Cite has empty unknown parameter:
- "Silas Belden Dutcher". Prominent and progressive Americans. New York Tribune. 1904.
Mr. Dutcher's parents were Parcefor Carr Dutcher and Johanna Low Frinck. ... Silas Beiden Dutcher was born in Springfield, Otsego County, New York, on July 12, 1829. He attended the public schools of his native town, and for a short time the Cazenovia Academy. From sixteen to twenty-two he taught school during the winter months, working on his father's farm in the summers. From 1851 to 1855 he was employed in the building and operation of the railroad running between Elmira and Niagara Falls. ...Cite has empty unknown parameter: