December 5, 1870, Brooklyn, New York.

McWhood received his early education in Newark, New Jersey. He graduated from Columbia University, New York City in 1893, continuing there until 1898 as a graduate student and fellow in psychology, studying under McDowell. From 1897 he assisted McDowell and in 1904-10 was an adjunct professor. He also taught at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York (1902-07); Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, New Jersey (1907-16); the National Park Seminary, Washington, DC (1910-13); and Newark High School (1913-18). In 1918, he became a professor at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. He also conducted choruses, orchestras, and operatic performances. his works include cantatas, a light opera, and many songs and instrumental pieces.

  1. All People of the Earth
  1. Hymn of Nations