Frederick T. Haneman

Frederick T. Haneman (born 1863; date of death unknown) was an American author, known for being a main contributor to the Jewish Encyclopedia.[1]

Haneman lived and worked in Brooklyn, New York. While writing article for the Jewish Encyclopedia, he was a Managing Editor of The New York Journal.[2] He also wrote the American Jewish Yearbook.[3] and was a main contributor to the New International Encyclopedia on the subject of toxicology.[4]


  1. Singer, Isadore (1905). William Popper, ed. The Jewish Encyclopedia. Vol X. New York and London: Funk and Wagnalls Company.
  2. "Special Department Editors". Retrieved 2009-01-31.
  3. Litoff, Judy Barrett; Judith McDonnell (1994). European Immigrant Women in the United States: A Biographical Dictionary. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 0-8240-5306-0.
  4. New International Encyclopedia (2 ed.). Dodd, Mead. 1916.

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