Streator, Clark P.

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Biographical History

Clark P. Streator (1866 - 1952) worked in the fields of mammalogy and ornithology. He worked for the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois; and took part in expedition work to British Columbia for the American Museum of Natural History; and and worked for the US Biological Survey, 1890 - 1899. While working for the Biological Survey, he collected across much of the United States. His field work is documented in the division of Mammals, National Museum of Natural History.


Schantz, Viola S. (1953). Clark P. Streator (1866 to 1952). Journal of Mammalogy, 33 (3), 414.

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