1 edition of Records of meetings of the New York Academy of Sciences January, 1900 to December, 1900 found in the catalog.
Records of meetings of the New York Academy of Sciences January, 1900 to December, 1900
|Statement||Richard E. Dodge.|
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- Vol.13, art.7|
|Contributions||Dodge, Richard Elwood., New York Academy of Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 431-516 ;|
|Number of Pages||516|
Boston Massachusetts History [edit | edit source] Brief History [edit | edit source]. Historical Boston, then only the land of a peninsula, was a faction of the land mass it is today after massive land-fill projects of the mid- to lateth century (the rubble from the Great Boston Fire of help fill in the waterfront) and the annexing of six towns from two counties (as listed above). Vaccination had supplanted inoculation. Smallpox had disappeared as a major disease. There had been no epidemic since and between and there were but 39 deaths from the disease in Boston. And then the physicians as confident as they had been hesitant in appear in the guise of a committee of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
In April , in New York City, New York (USA), the Bureau of Forensic Ballistics was established by C. E. Waite, Major (later Colonel) Calvin H. Goddard, and Philip 0. Gravelle and John H. Fisher. The Bureau was formed to provide firearms identification services throughout the United States as few law enforcement agencies had the capability. John Lawrence LeConte (, APS ), entomologist was an active member of the American Philosophical Society and founding member of the American Entomological Society; a charter member of the National Academy of Sciences in ; surgeon and medical inspector for the U.S. Army medical corps, ; president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in ; and.
He was a member of many scientific societies both in the U.S. and abroad, including the National Academy of Sciences to which he was elected in A member of the American Physical Society from the s, he was in chairman of a committee to organize a Division of Spectroscopy. Sometime between and he moved from New York to Ridgewood, New Jersey. He was 5'" with hazel eyes and since about he was partially bald with gray hair. Thomas Elder describes his physical appearance as fat and rotund figure and implied .
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The th annual meeting was held in the New York Hilton Midtown and New York Sheraton Times Square on January 2 - 5. The theme of the meeting was "History and the Other Disciplines." The AHA was joined by 87 affiliate organizations, and distinguished scholars spoke at approximately sessions in the course of these four days.
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Hotels and Travel The annual meeting will be held at the Washington State Convention Center, the Sheraton Grand Seattle and the Hyatt Regency Seattle, on JanuaryAttendees must reserve a room through our housing service, Experient, to take advantage of the AHA’s discounted hotel rates.
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