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Josiah Parsons Cooke (1827–1894)

Cooke, Josiah Parsons. A distinguished American chemist; born at Boston, Oct. 12, 1827; died at Newport, RI, Sept. 3, 1894. He was professor of chemistry at Harvard University (1850–94). Besides a number of technical works he wrote: ‘Religion and Chemistry’ (1864); ‘Scientific Culture’ (new ed. 1885); ‘The Credentials of Science the Warrant of Faith’ (1888).