Scientific Societies in the United States
Columbia University Press, 1958 - 297 pages
Looks at scientific societies in the United States such as the American Philosophical Society, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Smithsonian Institute, and others including municipal societies for their pursuits of many scientific branches from anthropology to zoology.
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Scientific Societies in Eighteenth Century America
National Growth 18001865
The Triumph of Specialization 18661918
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