Carl L. Nippert
Nippert studied engineering in Karlsruhe, where he joined in 1870, the fraternity Teutonia, and in Zurich. After finishing his studies in 1874 Nippert was engineer of the German water company in Frankfurt am Main and was involved in the construction of the Black Forest Railway. In 1876 he moved to the United States to help in the construction of the plant for the World Exhibition in Philadelphia.
Nippert was a long time as a teacher (1877-1889) and Headmaster ( 1891 ) in Cincinnati operates. During this time he sat very one for the German lessons. In 1891 he passed the bar exam. Eight years later, he moved as a Republican to the Senate of Ohio, and in 1901 Probatrichter. 1902 he held the office of Lieutenant Governor of Ohio.
In the United States Nippert was a member of various German clubs and mutual benefit societies, including He was a member of the German pioneer association.
- Helge Dvorak: Biographical Dictionary of the German fraternity. Volume I, Part Volume 4, Heidelberg 2000, pp. 216-217, ISBN 3- 8253-1118 -X.
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- Deputy Governor (Ohio )
- Member of the Senate of Ohio
- Member of the Republican Party (United States)
- Fraternity (19th Century )
- Emigrants from Germany
- Born in 1852
- Died in 1904