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Joseph Leidy The Last Man Who Knew Everything

Biography / Memoir
By: Leonard Warren
352 pages, 29 b/w illus
Joseph Leidy
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  • Joseph Leidy ISBN: 9780300073591 Hardback Nov 1998 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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&i;`This is a very successful and long overdue biography of the brilliant but little appreciated Joseph Leidy - the prototype for a scientist in a young emerging nation.'&o; Peter Dodson, University of Pennsylvania. A leading American scientist of the mid-nineteenth century, the foremost human anatomist of his time, the first truly productive microscopist, the author of numerous groundbreaking scientific papers and books, and a devoted professor, Leidy was often referred to as the supreme consultant in questions relating to human anatomy, paleontology, protozoology, parasitology, anthropology, mineralogy, botany, and numerous other scientific fields. Here his astonishing life and accomplishments are discussed in detail and set in the social and historical context of Philadelphia and the United States in his era.

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Biography / Memoir
By: Leonard Warren
352 pages, 29 b/w illus
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