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New York: Ivison & Phinney ; Chicago: S.C. Griggs & Co., Page 41 - Geology (first edition, vol. iii.), the term "hypogene" for this purpose, derived from {IT™, under, and •ytvo/jeu, to be, or to be born ; a word implying the theory that granite, gneiss, and the other crystalline formations are alike netherformed rocks, or rocks which have not assumed their present form and structure at the surface.

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Hitchcock, A.M., Lecturer on Zoölogy and Curator of the Cabinets in. In the edition of Elementary Geology Hitchcock dropped the chart. In Hitchcock wrote an article in which he criticized Darwin’s theory of natural selection.

After his death inhis son Charles Henry Hitchcock (–) published a new edition () also without a paleontological chart.

Charles then published books and. Edward Hitchcock - consulte a biografia e bibliografia do autor de The Religion Of Geology And Its Connecte, Ichnology Of New England, Elementary Anatomy And Physiology. Edward Hitchcock () was an American geologist and the third President of Amherst College (–).

He was Professor of Chemistry and Natural History at Amherst College. from toserving as Professor of Natural Theology and Geology from until his death in Elementary Geology by Edward Hitchcock A Text-Book of Mineralogy With an Extended Treatise on Crystallography and Physical Mineralogy by Edward Salisbury Dana Stones For Building and Decoration by George P.

Merrill. Edward Hitchcock was born on in Deerfield, Massachussets, United States. He was the son of Justin and Elementary geology.

By Edward Hitchcock. and Charles H. Hitchcock. book (Hoyt) Hitchcock and was born at Deerfield, Massachussets. His ancestry was English: the first of the family, Matthias Hitchcock, came from London to Boston on the bark Susan and Ellen in May and settled in East Haven.

URL: Contents. View entire text. Hitchcock, Edward, Elementary geology / (New York: Ivison and Phinney, ), also by John Pye Smith (page images at HathiTrust) Hitchcock, Edward, Elementary geology / (New York: Ivison, Phinney & Co., ), also by Charles H.

Hitchcock (page images at HathiTrust). Charles Henry Hitchcock was an American geologist and educator. He served as an assistant state geologist of Vermont, state geologist of Maine and New Hampshire, and held the Hall Professorship of Geology and Mineralogy at Dartmouth College.

A geological textbook of sorts by old-Earth creationists Edward Hitchcock, his son Charles Henry Hitchcock, and John Pye Smith.

(Available on Google Books)The Rocks. The first section describes the physical and chemical properties and distribution and other details of the various rock layers covering the surface of our planet, or at least as it was understood in the nineteenth century.

By Edward Hitchcock and Charles H. joint author. (Charles Henry) Hitchcock. Charles Henry Hitchcock (Aug – November 5, ) was an American geologist. Life. Hitchcock was born Augin Amherst, Massachusetts. His father was Edward Hitchcock (–) who was a professor of geology and natural theology and then president of Amherst mother was Orra White Hitchcock, who illustrated much of his father's work.

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In the edition of Elementary Geology Hitchcock dropped the chart. In Hitchcock wrote an article in which he refuted Darwin’s theory of natural selection. After his death inhis son Charles Henry Hitchcock (–) published a new edition () also without a paleontological Chart. Charles then published books and.

While at Amherst, Hitchcock was commissioned to do a report on the geology, botany, and zoology of Massachusetts; the results of this and other studies brought him renown as a scientist. Hitchcock wrote many books, some of them scientific, some advocating temperance, and some demonstrating the compatibility of religion and science.

In the edition of Elementary Geology Hitchcock dropped the chart. In Hitchcock wrote an article in which he refuted Darwin’s theory of natural selection. After his death inhis son Charles Henry Hitchcock (–) published a new edition () also without a paleontological Chart.

Sir Charles Lyell, The Elements of Geology: Plesiosaurus: Edward Hitchcock and Charles H. Hitchcock, Elementary Geology: The Fossil Record: Louis Agassiz and A.

Gould, Principles of Geology: Sir Charles Lyell: Sir Charles Lyell, The Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man: James D. Dana (). Edward Hitchcock, an American geologist, died Feb. 27,at the age of Hitchcock is best known for a collection of fossil footprints that he gathered in the Connecticut River valley and housed at Amherst, Mass.

Hitchcock thought they were the footprints of extinct birds, although we now know they were made by Triassic dinosaurs. Edward Hitchcock was an old-earth creationist from the 's.

A pastor as well as a geological surveyor, Hitchcock's equal passions for theology and geology were clearly on display in his work The Religion of Geology and its Connected Sciences (), a series of lectures arguing for the harmonization of "revelation" (the Bible) with recent discoveries in geology.

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Edward Hitchcock (24 May – 27 Feb ) was an American geologist and the third President of Amherst College (–). In he was ordained as a Congregationalist pastor and served as pastor of the Congregational Church in Conway, Massachusetts, Elements of geology: a text-book for colleges and for the general reader - Kindle edition by Leconte, Joseph.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Elements of geology: a text-book for colleges and for the general reader. popular text Elementary Geology published as sole author between andand with his geologist son Charles H.

() between and Elementary Geology was very influential in its day and was perhaps the best summary of Hitchcock's views. Hitchcock. Hitchcock might have disagreed with Owen about the maker of the footprints, but there was one stance that the men shared: an opposition to evolution.

In his Elementary Geology, Hitchcock included a foldout Paleontological Chart showing nonevolutionary trees mapped to geologic time.

But Hitchcock was, in the end, no biblical literalist. This paper began as a chance discovery of the 8th edition () of Hitchcock’s Elementary Geology at Wahrenbrock’s Book House, San Diego some 10 years ago.

It was a shock to see in this volume a foldout showing the “tree of life” in a geological and paleontological context fully seven years before Darwin’s Origin of Species, nine years before Bronn’s “tree of life,” 14 years. The following are Edward Hitchcock’s principal works: Geology of the Connecticut Valley (); Catalogue of Plants growing without cultivation in the vicinity of Amherst (); Reports on the Geology of Massachusetts (–); Elementary Geology (; ed.

2, ; and later ed. with C. Hitchcock, ); Fossil Footmarks in the United States (); Outline of the Geology of the. Elementary Geology, p. Amherst: Adams. Reprinted many times, with major revisions in,and Charles H.

Hitchcock (AC ) born. Emily Hitchcock born. Edward Hitchcock assumes the presidency of Amherst College; family moves to the President's House on South Pleasant St., next to Morgan Hall.

This led to a publication of a book the volcanoes of Hawaii. Hitchcock was a founder of the Geological Society of America, and in vice-president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He left a collection of botanical specimens to the University of North Carolina Herbarium. Works.

Elementary Geology (, with E. Basically, Hitchcock founded what he often called “ichnology,” or (in his own words) “the science of tracks,” though the term itself was “proposed by Dr.

[William] Buckland” (Edward Hitchcock and Charles H. Hitchcock, Elementary Geology, edition, pp. HITCHCOCK, hĭch'kŏk, Charles Henry, American geologist: t, Mass., 23 Aug. He was a son of Edward Hitchcock, geologist (q.v.)He was graduated from Amherst College inwas assistant State geologist of Vermont inState geologist of Maine.

Charles H. Hitchcock has added a note on the final page requesting a book on preserving animals so that they can "stuff a rat from Deerfield." Orra White Hitchcock letter to Edward Hitchcock.

Lacking any better hypotheses, Hitchcock prominently featured his avian interpretation of the three-toed tracks in his book The Ichnology of. Edward Hitchcock and Charles Henry Hitchcock.

Hitchcock, Edward, and Charles H. Hitchcock. ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY. New edition, remodeled, mostly rewritten, with several new chapters, and brought up to the present state of the science. THE ELEMENTARY SPELLING-BOOK.

FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. University Series.Edward Hitchcock, Science and the Bible. By Nancy Pick ’ I t is a stunning title for a book: The Religion of Geology. In it, Amherst College’s third president, Edward Hitchcock, laid out the synthesis he was famous for in the s, a blend of hard science and Jesus Christ.The following are Edward Hitchcock's principal works: Geology of the Connecticut Valley (); Catalogue of Plants growing without cultivation in the vicinity of Amherst (); Reports on the Geology of Massachusetts (); Elementary Geology (; ed.

2, ; and later ed. with C. H. Hitchcock, ); Fossil Footmarks in the United.

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