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IN THREE VOLUMES
OF THE LEHIGH UNIVERSITY
WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM A LARGE NUMBER OF EMINENT SCIENTISTS
ILLUSTRATED BY COLORED MAPS AND ENGRAVINGS
THE NEW YORK
R 1928 L
WILLIAM HENRY CHANDLER
WILLIAM HENRY CHANDLER, Ph.D., F.C.S., Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Library, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa.; United States Commissioner to the Exposition Universelle, 1889, Paris, France; Co-editor with his brother, Prof. Charles Frederic
Chandler, Ph.D., of Columbia University, New York City, of "The American Chemist,” 1871-77.
FREDERICK MAYER BIRD,
Editor of Lippincott's Magazine
ARTHUR S. MARTIN
r to the Bulletins and Reports of the New York and Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Stations; previously Assistant Director of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station 1882–84; Instructor in Agriculture and Superintendent of the College Farm, in the University of Nebraska, 1884-88; and Deputy Director and Secretary of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station 1888-94.
Hygiene, Lehigh University, both at South Bethlehem, Pa.
and Lecturer on Hygiene, Lafayette College, Easton.
Mark's Hospital, New York City.
PROF. JULIUS NELSON.
ANTHROPOLOGY-BIOLOGY-DOMESTIC ANIMALS-ETHNOLOGY-ZOOLOGY JULIUS NELSON, Professor of Biology in Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J., and Biologist
of the New Jersey State Agricultural College Experiment Station. Author of Vertebrates of New Jersey, 1890; Reports on Oyster Culture, 1888–92; Tuberculosis, 1893–96; Syllabus of Zoology, 1893.