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Spacer ImagePublication 061: Thomas Jefferson and American Vertebrate Paleontology
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S.A. Bedini, 8.5 x 11-inch soft cover book, 26 pages, 17 ļ¬gures, 1985. Thomas Jefferson first became interested in fossil vertebrate remains in about 1780 while governor of Virginia. He was largely responsible for popularizing the subject and for preserving many specimens that would have otherwise been lost. Jefferson's contributions to vertebrate paleontology in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries are discussed.
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