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Henry Christopher McCook (1837–1911)

McCook, Henry Christopher. An American clergyman, naturalist, and miscellaneous writer; born in New Lisbon, OH, July 3, 1837; died in 1911. He was vice-president of the American Entomological Society, and of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia; and author of ‘The Mound-Making Ants of the Alleghanies’ (1877); ‘The Natural History of the Agricultural Ant of Texas’ (1880); ‘Tenants of an Old Farm’ (1884); ‘The Gospel in Nature’ (1887); and ‘American Spiders and their Spinning-Work’ (1888); ‘Nature’s Craftsmen’ (1907).