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  1. Pierre Samuel du Pont (/ d uː ˈ p ɒ n t /; January 15, 1870 – April 4, 1954) was an American entrepreneur, businessman, philanthropist and member of the prominent du Pont family. He was president of DuPont from 1915 to 1919, and served on its board of directors until 1940.

  2. 1870–1954: Pierre S. du PontPierre S. du Pont was born in 1870 in a DuPont Company house overlooking the Brandywine Creek just north of Wilmington, Delaware. His early years were influenced by the area’s natural beauty and by the du Pont family’s long tradition of gardening.

  3. Pierre du Pont was born December 14, 1739, the son of Samuel du Pont and Anne Alexandrine de Montchanin. His father was a watchmaker and French Protestant, or Huguenot. His mother was a descendant of an impoverished minor noble family from Burgundy. Du Pont married Nicole-Charlotte Marie-Louise le Dée de Rencourt in 1766, also of a minor noble ...

  4. Pierre du Pont was born in 1870. His early years were influenced by the area’s natural beauty and by the du Pont family’s long tradition of gardening. But not even Pierre himself could have predicted that he would someday become one of the country’s most influential gardeners.

  5. Pierre du Pont, with Raskob's help, established new recordkeeping and monitoring methods that were copied by many other companies. After Coleman du Pont became involved in other businesses, Pierre du Pont became president of the firm in 1915, an office he held until he became chairman of the board in 1919.

  6. Le pont de pierre modifia la configuration de Bordeaux en lui faisant prendre possession, en 1865, du quartier de La Bastide situé sur la rive droite où la ville allait pouvoir s'étendre et implanter de nouvelles installations portuaires.

  7. Le fonctionnement et la structure du Cours du Pont de Pierre permettent de prendre en considération les besoins de chaque enfant en s’appuyant sur une bienveillance, une présence, une écoute sans rien lâcher pour réouvrir le champ des possibles.

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