Special Papers on the History of Science - I: John Leonard Riddell

Karlem Riess


It is rare that a man combines careers in science and politics.  It is more unusual when his scientific achievements cover five distinct fields - medicine, botany, chemistry, geology, and physics.  John Leonard Riddell was such an unique individual and his place as a leader in science in the deep South during the nineteenth century has been firmly established.

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