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Felix Leopold Oswald (1845–1906)

Oswald, Felix Leopold. An American naturalist and miscellaneous writer; born at Namur, Belgium, in 1845; died in 1906. He graduated at Liège in 1864, and became a physician; but later abandoned the practice of medicine, and devoted himself to the study of natural history. He resided in Tennessee. His works include: ‘Summer-Land Sketches’ (1880); ‘Physical Education’ (1882); ‘The Secret of the East; or, The Origin of the Christian Religion’ (1883); ‘Days and Nights in the Tropics’ (1887).