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John Cassin (1813–1869)

Cassin, John. An American ornithologist; born near Chester, PA, Sept. 6, 1813; died in Philadelphia, Jan. 10, 1869. Among his more important works may be named: ‘Mammalogy and Ornithology of the Wilkes Exploring Expedition’; ‘Ornithology of Perry’s Expedition to Japan’; etc.