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201: About the Philosophical Society of Washington; See

202: Marijuana Timeline - Important Dates in History of Marijuana; See

203: Part Two: The Eugenics Movement; See

204: Spencer Baird and Ichthyology at the Smithsonian, 1850-1900: George Brown Goode; The original page, "" is no longer available; however, historical snapshots of it can be found at by searching for the above URL. For example, here is the snapshot for Feb 27, 2015.

205: Our History in Woods Hole, MA; See

206: Welcome to Woods Hole; See

207: Cold Spring Harbor: Fish Hatchery; See

208: Mammalian Genetics; William E. Castle

209: Biographical Memoir of Theodore Nicholas Gill, 1837-1914; See here.

210: NASA's First Headquarters; See

211: The twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Cosmos club of Washington, D.C.; See; Note: to download PDF, hover mouse over "EBOOK - FREE".

212: Henry Adams; Ernest Samuels; See

213: The Adamses: Henry Adams (1838-1918); See

214: Henry Adams, the Middle Years; Ernest Samuels; See

215: The Most Important Fish in the Sea; H. Bruce Franklin

216: The Men All Singing; John Frye

217: Earth Time: Exploring the Deep Past from Victorian England to the Grand Canyon; Douglas Palmer

218: The Fisherman's Problem - Ecology and Law in the California Fisheries, 1850 - 1980; Arthur F. McEvoy

219: James Van Allen; see

220: Cosmos Club Award; see

221: Members of the American Philosophical Society; see

222: Alexander Graham Bell; see

223: Charles B. Davenport; See

224: Garland E. Allen; The Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor, 1910-1940: An Essay in Institutional History; See

225: E. Carleton MacDowell; Charles Benedict Davenport, 1866-1944: A Study of Conflicting Influences; See

226: Biometrika; see

227: Board of Scientific Directors of the Eugenics Record Office; See  (mirrored here)

228: Carnegie Institution of Washington; The President's Report July 1, 1999—June 30, 2000; Mirrored here

229: The American Breeders Association To It's Parent, The Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, Greetings:; See; Letter mirrored here

230: American Breeders Magazine Vol IV No. 1 First Quarter, 1913; Presidential Address: Ninth Annual Meeting; Pg 53; See; (mirrored here)

231: Ruth C. Engs; The Progressive Era's Health Reform Movement: A Historical Dictionary; See

232: Elof Axel Carlson; The Unfit: A History Of A Bad Idea; See

233: American Breeders Association; The American Breeders Magazine, 1910 Vol 1, No. 1; See

234: C. B. Davenport; Eugenics, the Science of Human Improvement by Better Breeding; See

235: Description of the American Breeders Association (ABA); See

236: John F. Reiger; American Sportsmen and the Origin of Conservation

237: New York Food Museum; Oysters; See

238: Reginald G. Harris; The Biological Laboratory at Cold Spring Harbor; The Collecting Net; Woods Hole Mass. Saturday July 7th, 1928; See

239: Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee (1864-1940) -- A Brief Biography; See

240: About Emily Kate Newcomb Kate Wilson; See

241: American Historical Association Charter; See

242: Eugenics Organizations; See

243: Gray Brechin; Conserving The Race: Natural Aristocracies, Eugenics, and the U.S. Conservation Movement; See

244: A History of the American Eugenics Society 1921-1940; Barry Mehler; See

245: God & White Men at Yale; Yale Alumni Magazine, May/June 2012 issue; See  (mirrored here and here as a PDF.)

246: Robert Dale Owen; See

247: Robert Owen: A Biography; Frank Podmore; See or

248: New Harmony, Indiana; See,_Indiana

249: New Harmony, Indiana; See

250: Robert Barnwell Roosevelt; See

251: Robert Barnwell Roosevelt; The Game Fish of the Northern States and British Provinces; 1884 edition; Pg 231; See

252: The Encyclopedia Americana; 1920; See,_Robert_Barnwell

253: Bashford Dean; Eugene G. Blackford; Science, Vol 21; See

254: American Fisheries Society; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society; See

255: Frank L. Mott; A History of American Magazines; See

256: Franklin William Scott and Edmund Janes James; Newspapers and Periodicals of Illinois, 1814-1879; See

257: U.S. Congress; Bulletin of the International Union of the American Republics; October 1909; See

258: Charles H. Smith; Chrono-Biographical Sketch: George Perkins Marsh; See:

259: United States Fish and Wildlife Service; See

260: Michael P. Cohen; The History of the Sierra Club, 1892-1970; See

261: Donald Gibson ; Environmentalism: Ideology and Power; See

262: Mary Potter Thacher Higginson; Thomas Wentworth Higginson: The Story of His Life; See

263: The Appalachian Club; Appalachia, Vol I; See

264: Roger L. Williams; The Origins of Federal Support for Higher Education: George W. Atherton and the Land-Grant College Movement; See

265: Alfred C. True; A History of Agricultural Extension Work in the United States, 1785-1923; See

266: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; See

267: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; See

268: Alfred C. True; A History of Agricultural Extension Work in the United States, 1785-1923; See

269: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; See

270: Hubert Bradford Vickery; Thomas Burr Osborne; See

271: Benjamin Silliman; See

272: Spencer F. Baird; See

273: George Brown Goode; The Published Writings of Spencer Fullerton Baird; See:

274: Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution; See

275: Constitution and By-laws of the National Institution for the Promotion of Science, Established at Washington; See

276: Dirk J. Struik; Yankee Science in the Making; See

277: Amos Eaton; See

278: John Mason Clarke; James Hall of Albany: Geologist and Palaeontologist, 1811-1898; See

279: The Founding and Early History of the Marine Biological Laboratory; See

280: Guide to the Ross Granville Harrison Papers; See

281: Conrad Reno, Leonard Augustus Jones; Biographical: Massachusetts; See

282: Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 44; See

283: Charles D. Howell; An Unforgettable Scientist, The Life of Louis Agassiz; See

284: Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volume 38, Part 1883; See

285: John T. Cumbler; Reasonable Use: The People, the Environment, and the State, New England; See

286: Theodore Lyman; See

287: History of the Management of Trout Fisheries in Pennsylvania; See

288: Proceedings of the American Fish Culturists' Association; See

289: Proceedings of the American Fisheries Society, Volume 10, Parts 1881-1884; See

290: Daniel G. Payne; Voices in the wilderness: American nature writing and environmental politics; See

291: Christopher MacGrory Klyza, Stephen C. Trombulak; The story of Vermont: a natural and cultural history; See

292: Linonian Society; See

293: Edward C. Lain and Robert E. Gentet; A Case for the Calaveras Skull; See

294: Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson; Forbidden Archeology

295: Josiah Dwight Whitney; The Auriferous Gravels of the Sierra Nevada of California; See

296: Boston Society of Natural History; See

297: Augustus Addison Gould; Historical Memoir of the Linnaean Society of New England; See

298: Annual of the Boston Society of Natural History; See

299: Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, Vol 15; See

300: A Decade of Progress in Eugenics: Scientific Papers of the Third International Congress of Eugenics; See

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