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Henry James Clark

Henry James Clark

American naturalist
Henry James Clark
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Intro American naturalist
Was Scientist Botanist Naturalist Zoologist
From United States of America
Type Biology Science Social science
Gender male
Birth 22 June 1826, Bristol County, USA
Death 1873, Amherst, USA (aged 46 years)
Star sign Cancer
Harvard University
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
New York University
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Henry James Clark was an American naturalist. He was born in Easton, Massachusetts, July 22, 1826; graduated at New York University 1848; became a pupil of Asa Gray at the Cambridge botanical garden; graduated at the Lawrence Scientific School at Harvard 1854; assistant to Louis Agassiz till 1863, and also for three years adjunct Professor of Zoology at the Lawrence Scientific School; Professor of Natural Sciences in Pennsylvania State College, near Bellefonte, 1866–69; Professor of Natural History in University of Kentucky, Lexington, 1869–72; Professor of Veterinary Science in Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, from 1872 until his death there July 1, 1873. He contributed to the Smithsonian publications, to the Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and to other learned periodicals. Author of Mind in Nature (Cambridge, 1863) and of the Mode of Development of Animals (New York, 1865). See A. S. Packard, Jr.'s Memoir in Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences (Washington, 1877).

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