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Ithaca (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
n and economy, 267, 270; discourages glacial work, 267; opposes glacial theory, 268, 344, 345, 347; on works on Fossil and Freshwater fishes, 313-314; on his own works, 315; later views on glacial theory, 315; farewell words to Agassiz, 400. Humboldt, centennial, 674. Humboldt. scholarship, 676. Humboldt, William von, letter concerning his death, from his brother, 253. I. Iberians, 503. Ibicuhy, the, 687. Indian Reach, 745. Invertebrates, relations of, 488,490. Ithaca, N. Y., 672. J. Jackson, C. T., 437. Johnson, P. C., 692, 750. K. Kentucky, fishes of, 523. Kobell, 150, 643. Koch, the botanist, 72.. L. Labyrinthodon, 360. Lackawanna cove, 745. Lake Superior, excursion to, 463; glacial phenomena, 464; local geology, 465; fauna, 465. Lake Superior, Narrative of, 466. Lakes in New York, origin of, 663. Lausanne, Agassiz at the college of, 15. Lausanne, invitation to, 280. Lava bed in Albemarle island, 761. Lawrenc
San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
xiety for Museum, 676, 680; restored health, 689; Hassler expedition, 690, 749; at Talcahuana, 750; journey from Talcahuana to Santiago, 752-758; elected Foreign Associate of the Institute of France, 759; at the Galapagos islands, 759-764; at San Francisco, 764; return to Cambridge, 765; summer school projected, 766; gift of Penikese, 767; opening of school, 769; last lectures at Museum, 776; last work, 778; last lecture, 782; last visit to Museum, 782; death, 783. Agassiz, Rose Mayor, 1; syRowlet Narrows, 744. S. St. George, Gulf of, 715. Salamander, fossil, at New Haven, 414. Salt marshes, 655. Salzburg, 88; precautions concerning students, 87. San Antonio, Port of, 713. San Diego, 764. Sandy Point, 718. San Francisco, 764. San Magdalena, 718. Santiago, 758. San Vicente, 752. Sargassum, 697. Sarmiento Range, 741. Saturday Club, 546. Schelling, 53, 91, 150, 154, 643. Schimper, Karl, 28, 53, 54, 67, 92, 94, 109. Schimper, William, 82, 91,
New England (United States) (search for this): chapter 27
receives Wollaston prize, 235; views on classification and development, 239, 245; difficulties in the work on Fossil Fishes, 246, 257; first visit to England, 248; material for Fossil Fishes, 250; return to Neuchatel, 251; first relations with New England, 252; second visit to England, 259; various works, 259; receives Wollaston medal, 260; first glacial work, 260; sale of original drawings of Fossil Fishes, 262; on the Jura, 262; glacial theory announced, 263; opposition, 264, 268; invitation os islands, 759, 762. Galloupe, C. G., 773. Geneva, invitation to, 276. Geoffroy St. Hilaire's progressive theory, remarks on, 383. Gibbes, 493. Glacial marks in Scotland, 806, 309, 376; Roads of Glen Roy, 308; in Ireland, 310; in New England, 411, 413; in New York, 426; at Halifax, 445; at Brooklyn, 449; at East Boston, 449; on Lake Superior, 464; in Maine, 622; in Brazil, 633, 639; in New York, 663; in Penikese, 774; in western prairies, 664; in South America, 694, 712, 716, 722,
Carmans River (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
ian, valley of, 756. Chironectes pictus, 701. Chorocua Bay, 733. Christinat, Mr., 159, 459, 478. Civil war, 568, 570, 575, 577, 579, 591. Clark, H. J., 494, 539. Coal deposits at Lota, age of, 753. Coal mines at Sandy Point, 718. Coast range, 755. Coelenterata, Owen on the term, 575. Collections, growth of, 507; embryological, 507; appropriation for; place of storage; sale, 508. Conception Bay, 750. Concise, Parsonage of, 134. Connecticut geology, 415. Connecticut River, 413. Connor's Cove, 746. Corcovado Gulf, 746. Corcovado Peak, 746. Contributions to Natural History of the United States, 533, 536, 538, 539, 542, 553. Copley medal, 572. Coral collection, 487, 490. Cordilleras, 755. Cornell University, 662. Cotting, B. E., 444. Coulon, H., 300, 301. Coulon, L. 190, 199, 208, 215. Coutinho, Major, 632, 636. Crinoids, deep-sea and fossil, compared, 705. Ctenophorae, 489. Cudrefin, 1, 9. Curicu, 753, 756. Cuvier, Geo
Zurich (Switzerland) (search for this): chapter 27
brother on the ice, 5; goes to Bienne, 6; college of Bienne, 6, 7; vacations, 8; own sketch of plans of study at fourteen, 12; school and college note-books, 13,14; distaste for commercial life, 14; goes to Lausanne, 15; to the medical school at Zurich, 15; copies books on natural history, 16, 148; first excursion in the Alps, 16, 17; offer of adoption by a Genevese gentleman, 17, 18; goes to Heidelberg, 19; student life, 22; described in Braun's letters, 25, 27; at Carlsruhe, 30, 33; illness, ; receives the Prix Cuvier, 505; lectures at Smithsonian Institution; made regent of, 506; growth of collections, 507; their sale, 508; illness at Charleston, 508; relation of living to fossil animals, 510; return to the north, 512; invitation to Zurich, 513, and refusal, 517; circularon collecting fishes, 518, and response, 519; new house in Cambridge, 523; manner of study, 524; weekly meetings, 525; renewed lectures, 525; school for young ladies opened, 526, and success, 527; courses of lectur
325; the chalet of Meril, 325; the Aletsch, 326; the Col of Rotthal, 327; the peak, 329; the descent, 330, 331; zoological work, 333; various publications, 333; unity in work, 336; on glaciers, 337-347; Fossil Fishes, 348; gifts from the king of Prussia, 349, 379; plans for visiting the United States, 355, 377; microscopic study of fossil fishes, 359; critical point, 361; publishes Fossil Fishes, 366; not an evolutionist, 371; belief in a Creator, 372, 890, 396; fish skeletons, 374; plan of cre in New York, 663; in Penikese, 774; in western prairies, 664; in South America, 694, 712, 716, 722, 729, 735. Glacial submarine dykes, 448. Glacial phenomena, 439, 445-447, 574; lectures on, 430, 774. Glacial work, gift from king of of Prussia toward, 349; Systeme glaciaire, published, 399. Glacial theory, 263, 296; opposition from Buch, 264; from Humboldt, 268, 344, 345, 347; Studer's acceptance of, 295; √Čtudes sur les glaciers, published, 295; Humboldt's later views, 315. Glac
West Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
890, 396; fish skeletons, 374; plan of creation, 388-396; last visit to glacier, 897; receives Monthyon prize, 398; publishes Systeme Glaciaire, 398; sails for America, 400; arrives in Boston, 401; lectures, 402, 403, 444; their success, 404, 406, 431, 444: visit to New Haven, 408, 409, 413; impressions, 409, 432, 434; American hospitality, 410; Mercantile Library Association, 411; New York, 415, 425; Princeton, 415; Philadelphia, 416; American scientific men, 419, 436; Hudson River, 426; West Point, 426; Albany, 427; lectures on glaciers, 430; American forests, 439; erratic phenomena, 439; medusae and polyps, 440; plans for travel, 441; at East Boston, 442; first birthday in America, 445; on the Bibb, 453; first dredging, 455; leaves Prussian service, 456; professor at Harvard, 457; removes to Cambridge, 457; death of his wife, 461; begins a collection, 462; excursion to Lake Superior, 463, 466; Principles of Zoology published, 466; second marriage, 477; arrival of his children, 478;
Emaus (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
6, 467. R. Radiates, relations of, 488, 490. Ramsay, Prof., 574. Ravenel, St. Julian, 509. Redfield, 415. Rhizocrinus, 704. Rickley, Mr., director at college at Bienne, 8, 14. Ringseis, 90. Rivers, American, origin of, 663. Rogers, H., 437. Rogers, W. B., 411, 437, 468. Rosenlaui, glacier of the, 305, 317, 318. Roththal, Col of, 327. Rowlet Narrows, 744. S. St. George, Gulf of, 715. Salamander, fossil, at New Haven, 414. Salt marshes, 655. Salzburg, 88; precautions concerning students, 87. San Antonio, Port of, 713. San Diego, 764. Sandy Point, 718. San Francisco, 764. San Magdalena, 718. Santiago, 758. San Vicente, 752. Sargassum, 697. Sarmiento Range, 741. Saturday Club, 546. Schelling, 53, 91, 150, 154, 643. Schimper, Karl, 28, 53, 54, 67, 92, 94, 109. Schimper, William, 82, 91, 107. Schinz, Prof., 16, 77, 147; library and collection, 16. School for young ladies opened, 526; success, 527; lectures at,
Eden Harbor (Washington, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
miral, 454, 458. Deep-sea dredgings, 671, 672, 690-704, 715. Deep-sea fauna, 707. De Kay, 436. De la hive, A., invites Agassiz to Geneva, 276. Desor, 282, 287, 300, 317, 320, 324, 332, 442, 446, 448, 450. Dinkel, Joseph, 92, 137, 141, 174, 177, 189, 250, 287. Dinkel, his description of Agassiz, 93. Dollinger, 45, 52, 54, 90, 150. Dravton, 422. Drift-hills, 654. E. Easter fete, 10, 11. Echinarachnius parma, 489. Echinoderms, relation to medusa, 489. Eden Harbor, 745. Egerton, Lord, Francis, buys original drawings, 262. 311. Egerton, Sir, Philip, 232, 249, 251, 262, 562. Elizabeth islands, 718. Embryonic and specific development, 490. Emerson, R. W., 459, 525, 619, 621. Emperor of Brazil, 625, 632, 634, 637, 640. England, first visit to, 248; generosity of naturalists, 250; second visit to, 306. English Narrows, 745. Enniskillen, Lord, 251, 562. Equality of races, 604. Escher von der Linth, 320, 332. Esslingen, 48.
Grindelwald (Switzerland) (search for this): chapter 27
ation of crevasses, 353; sundials, 355; topographical survey, 355; stratification of neve , 357; new work, 364. Glaciers in Strait of Magellan, 720, 721, 723, 733, 742, 744, 746, 747, 751, 756. Glen Roy, roads of, 308. Goeppingen, 49. Gould, A. A., 436, 466. Gray, Asa, 415, 421, 437, 458, 643. Gray, Francis C., 534; leaves a sum to found a Museum of Comparative Zoology, 559. Gray, William, 559. Greenough, H., 561. Gressly, A., 653. Griffith, Dr., collection of, 419. Grindelwald, 305. Gruithuisen, 44. Guvot, Arnold, 290, 291, 460, 478, 773; on Agassaiz's views, 372. H. Hagen, H. A., 679. 684. Haldeman, S. S., 423, 436. Hall, J., 437. Harbor deposits, 649, 654, 650, 651, 655. Hare, 419. Harvard University, 457, 617, 619, 621. Hassler expedition, 690, 692, 697. Heath, 320, 324. Heer, Oswald, 514, 657. Heidelberg, arrival at, 19; rambles in vicinity of, 19, 20; student life at, 22, 23, 26, 148; invitation to, 211. Henry, Joseph, 416
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