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Charles Conrad Abbott (1843–1919)

Abbott, Charles Conrad. An American writer on archæology and natural history; born at Trenton, NJ, 1843; died in 1919. He discovered palæolithic human remains in the Delaware valley, and showed the likelihood of the early existence of the Eskimo race as far south as New Jersey. His principal works are: ‘Primitive Industry’ (1881); ‘A Naturalist’s Rambles about Home’ (1884); ‘Cyclopædia of Natural History’ (1886); ‘Upland and Meadow’ (1886); ‘Wasteland Wanderings’ (1887); ‘Rambles of an Idler.’