Albert David Hager (November 1, 1817 - July 29, 1888) was an American geologist, librarian, and historian. Hager was born in Chester, Vermont. In 1856, he became the Assistant Naturalist of Vermont, under Edward Hitchcock (1857 - 1861), and in 1862 accepted an appointment as State Geologist and Curator of the State Cabinet of Natural History. In this capacity, Hager served as the Vermont Commissioner for the 1867 Paris Exposition Universelle. He remained in this position until 1870, when he relocated to Missouri, becoming the State Geologist there. In 1877, Hager moved again, this time to Chicago, where he took a position as the librarian of the Chicago Historical Society. Hager died in Chicago in 1888.

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