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Other Authors Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931.
Thomson, J. Arthur 1861-1933.
Jennings, H. S. 1868-1947.
Parker, George Howard, 1864-1955.
MacBride, Ernest William, 1866-1940.
Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952.
Scott, William Berryman, 1858-1947.
Bather, Francis Arthur, 1863-1934.
Gregory, J. W. 1864-1932.
Woodward, Arthur Smith, 1864-1944.
Gager, C. Stuart 1872-1943.
Berry, Edward Wilber, b. 1875.
Poulton, Edward Bagnall, 1856-1943.
Shipley, A. E. 1861-1927.
Wheeler, William Morton, 1865-1937.
Loomis, Frederic Brewster, b. 1873.
Watson, David Meredith Seares, 1886-
Lull, Richard Swann, 1867-
Gregory, William K. 1876-
Holmes, Samuel J. 1868-1964.
Smith, G. Elliot 1871-1937.
Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975.
Morgan, C. Lloyd 1852-1936.
Newman, Horatio Hackett, b. 1875.
Subjects Evolution.
Description xx p., 1 ?., 392 p. front., illus., plates, diagrs. 23 cm.
Notes --Evolution of the bird, by D.M.S. Watson.--Connecting and missing links in the ascent to man, by R.S. Lull.--The lineage of man, by W.K. Gregory.--The human side of apes, by S.J. Holmes.--The evolution of the brain, by G.E. Smith.--Progress shown in evolution, by J.S. Huxley.--Mind in evolution, by C.L. Morgan.--Cumulative evidence for evolution, by H.H. Newman.
"References" at end of each essay.
Contents Foreword, by H.F. Osborn.--Introduction, by Sir C.S. Sherrington.--Evolution--its meaning, by D.S. Jordan.--Why we must be evolutionists, by J.A. Thomson.--Can we see evolution occurring? by H.S. Jennings.--Vestigial organs, by G.H. Parker.--Evolution as shown by the development of the individual organism, by E.W. MacBride.--Embryology and evolution, by E.G. Conklin.--The geographical distribution of animals, by W.B. Scott.--The record of the rocks, by F.A. Bather.--The nature of species, by J.W. Gregory.--The progression of life on earth, by Sir A.S. Woodward.--The evolution of plants, by C.S. Gager.--The story told by fossil plants, by E.W. Berry.--Butterflies and moths as evidence of evolution, by E.B. Poulton.--Evolution of the bee and the beehive, by Sir A.E. Shipley.--The evolution of ants, by W.M. Wheeler.--The evolution of the horse and the elephant, by F.B. Loomis.
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