By: W Newman
320 pages, 14 halftones
Although virtually unknown today, Starkey, a chemist, was America's most widely read and celebrated scientist before Benjamin Franklin. This book is a fascinating account of a man who was much more than just a scientist, and whose writings were admired by Liebniz and Newton.
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