Academic tree: From Germany, France and Switzerland to the U.S.
Paul Milgrom was my thesis advisor. By looking up the Mathematics Genealogy Project,
I was able to figure out where the line of advising links leads to.
Here it is, with doctoral degree (university, date), when known. (Note that Klein, Dirichelet and Poisson had two thesis advisors.)
P Milgrom (1948  ) Stanford, 1979 

 

R Wilson (1937  ) Harvard, 1963 

  
H Raiffa (1924  ) Michigan, 1952 

  
A H Copeland (1898  1970) Harvard, 1926 

  
O D Kellogg (1878 
1932) Göttingen, 1902 

  
D Hilbert (1862  1943) Königsberg, 1885 

  
C L F Lindemann (1852  1939) Nürnberg, 1873 

  
C F C Klein (1849  1925) Bonn, 1868 

    
J Plücker (1801  1868) Marburg, 1823 
R O S Lipschitz ( 1832  1903) Berlin, 1853 

    
C L Gerling (1788  1864) Göttingen, 1812 
G P L Dirichlet (1805  1859) Bonn (honoris causa), 1827 

      
C F Gauss (1777  1855) Helmstedt, 1799 
S D Poisson (1781  1840) École Polytechnique, 1800 
JB J Fourier (1768  1830) École Normale Supérieure 

      
J L Lagrange (1736  1813) Torino, 1754 
PS Laplace (1781  1840) Caen 
J L Lagrange (1736  1813) Torino, 1754 

    
L Euler (1707  1783) Basel, 1726 
J R d'Alambert (1717  1783) (no formal degree) 

  
Johann Bernoulli (1667  1748) Basel 1690, 1694 

  
Jacob Bernoulli (1655  1705) Basel 1676 