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Losing Track of Time
On September 2, 1752, it was the day before September 14! In England and all its colonies around the world, September 2 was the last day ever used in the Julian calendar. The next day was scheduled forward by eleven … Continue reading
Channelling Mother Nature
On September 1, 1854, American scientific illustrator, conservationist, and educator Anna Botsford Comstock was born. She mastered wood engraving to illustrate articles on insects written by her husband, John Henry Comstock, an entomologist who taught at Cornell. She illustrated many … Continue reading