Ingersoll, J. C.

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Biographical History

J. C. Ingersoll was a naturalist who collected birds and mammals throughout the United States including North Carolina and Florida in 1895. Ingersoll also assisted Samuel N. Rhoads on a mammal collecting trip in Pennsylvania and throughout the southern Alleghenies from September 24 to December 20, 1896. Collecting was done at locations including, Tuscarora, Juniata County; Huntingdon County; Blair County; Cambria County; and Summit Mills, Somerset County.


Rhoads, Samuel N. (1903). The mammals of Pennsylvania and New Jersey: A biographic, historic and descriptive account of the furred animals of land and sea, both living and extinct, known to have existed in these states. Retrieved from




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