Adolf Häckermann was the third of nine children of pastor Carl Johann Christoph Häckermann (1784–1865) and Amalia Schwarz (1797–1872). He studied philology, theology and history at the University of Greifswald and the University of Berlin . In 1843 he was promoted to Dr. phil. PhD . From 1845 until his retirement in 1878 he worked as a senior teacher at the grammar school in Greifswald .
Häckermann translated Scandinavian literature and wrote various scientific writings, some in Latin . He dedicated himself particularly to the Roman satirical poet Juvenal . He wrote more than 120 articles for the Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB).
Adolf Häckermann was married to Mathilde von Kahlden († 1892).
- D. Iunii Iuvenalis Satirarum libri V . BG Teubner, Leipzig 1851. ( digitized version )
- The Pithoean Codex Juvenals. First part . CA Koch, Greifswald 1856. ( digitized version )
- The exegesis of C. Fr. Hermann and the criticism of D. Jun. Juvenal. A refutation . CA Koch, Greifswald 1857 ( digitized version )
- New West Pomerania seals . Bamberg, Greifswald 1871
- Dr. Hermann Paldamus . An educational time picture . Separate print from Greifswalder Sunday Gazette No. 7–17, 1884
- The Bauerberg. An epic idyll , Bamberg, Greifswald 1885
- German gender book . 19th volume, Görlitz 1911, p. 65
- Hackermann, Adolf . In: Grete Grewolls: Who was who in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania? A dictionary of persons . Edition Temmen, Bremen 1995, ISBN 3-86108-282-9 , p. 172.
- Works by and about Adolf Häckermann in the German Digital Library
- Literature about Adolf Häckermann in the state bibliography MV
- Works by Adolf Häckermann in the state bibliography MV
- Heinrich Berghaus : Land book of the Duchy of Pomerania and the Principality of Rügen . Part 4, Vol. 1, W. Dietze, Anklam 1866, p. 911 ( digitized version ).
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Häckermann, Gabriel Adolf August Wilhelm (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German philologist, high school teacher and writer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 18, 1819|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Neuenkirchen|
|DATE OF DEATH||July 24, 1891|
|Place of death||Greifswald|