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Heidelberg (Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany) (search for this): chapter 27
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, 32; at Munich, 46; description of Museum at Stuttgart, 47; of mammotNeuchatel, 199, 201, 202; first lecture at Neuchatel, 206; success as a teacher, 207, 208, 211; impulse given to science, 208; children's lectures, 208; call to Heidelberg, 211, 214, 217; declination, 214, 218; sale of collection, 216, 217, 222; threatened blindness, 218; publishing Fossil Fishes, 220, 238; marriage, 230; growing 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, 506. Hill, Thomas, 691. Hitchcoc
St. George, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
rom his journal, 304. Prescott, W. H., 458. Princeton, 416. Principles of Zoology, 466, 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; li
Humboldt, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
holera, 159; arrives in Paris, 162; homesickness, 163; Cuvier gives him his fossil fishes, 166; last interview with Cuvier, 167; embarrassments, 169, 177, 178; offer from Ferussac, 171; plans for disposing of collection, 176; curious dream, 181; Humboldt's gift, 183; first sight of sea, 189; plans for going to Neuchatel, 190, 193, 199; inducements to stay in Paris, 194, 197; birthday festival, 196; call to Neuchatel, 199, 201, 202; first lecture at Neuchatel, 206; success as a teacher, 207, 208,l 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. Glacier Bay, 723, 725; moraine, 729. Glaciers first researches, 261; renewed, 262, 287; blue bands, 292, 322; advance, 294, 352, 365; Hugi's cabin, 294; of the Aar, 298, 317, 319, 349, 357, 364, 396; in the winter, 317;
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
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, Georges, dedication to, 75; notes on Spix fishes, 108; reception of Agassiz, 164; gives material for fossil fishes, 166; last words, 168. Cyclopoma spinosum, curious dream about, 181. Cyprinus uranoscopus, 76. D. Dana, J. D., 414, 421, 436. Darwin, C., accepts glacier theory, 342; in Lake Superior, 469; on Massachusetts cirrepedia, 469; estimation of Darwinism, 647; of Agassiz, 666. Davis, Admiral, 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,
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 27
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,renewed lectures, 525; school for young ladies opened, 526, and success, 527; courses of lectures, 529; close, 530; Contributions to the Natural History of the United States projected, 533; concluded, 542, 568, 580; fiftieth birthday, 542; laboratory at Nahant, 548, 578. 581, 647, 674; invitation to Paris, 550, 552; refusal, and ronnecticut 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. Cou
Vienna (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
um at Stuttgart, 47; of mammoth, 47; at Munich, 52, 55, 67, 143; The Little Academy, 54, 67, 94, 154; Freshwater fishes of Europe, 59; desire to travel, 60, 63, 64, 68; vacation trip, 70; work on Brazilian fishes, 74; second vacation trip, 82; growing collections, 95; plans for travel with Humboldt, 99, 101, 102; doctor of philosophy, 109; at Orbe and Cudrefin, 118; death of Dr. Mayor, 118; doctor of medicine, 119, 127; new interest in medicine, 120; first work on fossil fishes, 120, 123; at Vienna, 130, 132; negotiations with Cotta, 132, 133 137; university life, 144; at home, 158; studies on cholera, 159; arrives in Paris, 162; homesickness, 163; Cuvier gives him his fossil fishes, 166; last interview with Cuvier, 167; embarrassments, 169, 177, 178; offer from Ferussac, 171; plans for disposing of collection, 176; curious dream, 181; Humboldt's gift, 183; first sight of sea, 189; plans for going to Neuchatel, 190, 193, 199; inducements to stay in Paris, 194, 197; birthday festival, 1
Barbados (Barbados) (search for this): chapter 27
640, 646. America, native races of, 581. America, South, native races of, 643. American forests, 439. Ancud, 748. Anderson, John, 767. Anderson School of Natural History, 768; opening, 771. Anthony, J. G., 679. Asterolepis, 473. Australian race, 500. Austrian custom-house officers, 87. B. Bache, A. D. , 422, 455, 458, 480, 482, 485. Bachelor's Peak, 721. Baer, 150. Bailey, Professor, 426. Baird, S. F. 424. Balanus, 469. Bancroft, George, 645. Barbados, 703. Barnard, J. M , 680. Beaumont, Elie de, aids Agassiz with a collection of fossil fishes, 176; at the Helvetic Association at Neuchatel, 264. Berlin, University of, quoted, 569. Beroids, 489. Bibb, U. S. Coast Survey steamer, 453, 671. Bibliographia Zoologica, 335. Bienne, college at, 6, 7. Bischoff, 29. Blake, J. H., 691. Bombinator obstetricans, observations on, 33, 35, 36, 41. Bonaparte, Prince of Canino, 355, 363, 378, 379. Booth, 419. Borja Bay
Geneva, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
uperior, 469; on Massachusetts cirrepedia, 469; estimation of Darwinism, 647; of Agassiz, 666. Davis, Admiral, 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. bes, James D., 320, 323, 324. Fossil Alaskan flora, 660. Fossil Arctic flora, 657, 658,659. Frazer, 419. Fremont, J. C., 439. Fuchs, 44, 150, 644. Fuegian natives, 736. G. Galapagos 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;
Penikese Island (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 27
New York, city of, 415, 425. New York, Natural History of, 427. Nicolet, C., 300. Nomenclator Zoologicus, 334, 356. Nuremberg, 73; the Durer festival, 73. Oesars, 448. Oesterreicher, 91. Oken, 44, 53, 54, 91, 102, 151, 643. Orbe, 118, 666. Ord, collection, 419. Osono, 748. Otway Bay, 741. Owen's Island, 742. P. Packard, A. S., 773. Panama, 764. Paris, Agassiz in, 162, 163, 165, 170, 175, 195. Peale, R., Museum, 419. Peirce, B., 438, 458. Penikese Island, 767; glacial marks, 774. Perty, 90. Philadelphia, 416, 423; Academy of Science, 416; American Philosophical Society, 417. Phyllotaxis, first hint at the law of, 39. Physio-philosophy, 152. Pickering, Charles, 421, 436. Playa Parda Cove, 725. Pleurotomaria, 704, 708. Poissons d'eau douce, 92. Poissons fossiles, 92. Port Famine, 719. Port San Pedro, 747. Portugal, plan for collections in, 585. Possession Bay, 715; moraine, 716. Pourtales, L. F. de, 300,
Hudson River (United States) (search for this): chapter 27
ccess, 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 dredgingO. W., 459; description of Saturday Club, 546. Hooper, Samuel, 661. Horse-backs, 622. Hospice of the Grimsel, 299, 305. Hotel des Neuchatelois, 298, 318, 332; last of, 350. Howe, Dr. S. G., on the future of the negro race, 591. Hudson River, 426. Hugi's cabin, 294, 300. Humboldt, Alexander von, projects of travel with, 99, 101, 102; kindness, 185, 187; writes to L. Coulon, 200, 217; gives form for letter to the king, 225; on succession of life, 228; on Ehrenberg's discoveries
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