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  1. Gift to the Museum from Capt. J. N. Belkin, 20th Malaria Survey Unit

    Gift to the Museum from Capt. J. N. Belkin, 20th Malaria Survey Unit

    • Date: 1945
    • Creator: Belkin, John N
    • Creator: Belkin, John N

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    Inter-American Cooperation

    • Date: April 18, 2017
    • Description: [view in Spanish][edan-image:id=siris_sic_7144,size=200,right]During construction of the Panama Canal at the start of the century, many laborers died of malaria and yellow fever. To find ways to control the diseases, North American biologists came to the isthmus of Panama. Some of these scientists were so impressed by the diversity of the natural environment that they later

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  5. Finding Aid

    SIA Acc. xx-026, United States National Museum Administrative Assistant, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1886-1932

    • Date: 1886 1886-1932
    • Creator: United States National Museum. Administrative Assistant
    • Creator: Smithsonian Institution Archives

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  7. Giovanni Battista Grassi (1854-1925)

    Giovanni Battista Grassi (1854-1925)

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    • George Herbert Hitchings (1905-1998)

      George Herbert Hitchings (1905-1998)

      • Date: 1952 11/07/1952

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    • Dr. George Robert Coatney, Surgeon General Leonard Andrew Scheele, and Dr. Daniel L. Shaw

      Dr. George Robert Coatney, Surgeon General Leonard Andrew Scheele, and Dr. Daniel L. Shaw

      • Date: 1954 12-20-1954

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    • Authority Record/EAC

      Cinchona Missions Expedition (1942-1944)

      • Date: 1942 - 1944

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    • An inspection tour of a U.S. Naval Hospital in San Diego by Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox

      An inspection tour of a U.S. Naval Hospital in San Diego by Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox

      • Creator: United States Navy

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      La Cooperación Interamericana

      • Date: May 2, 2017
      • Description: [view in English][edan-image:id=siris_sic_7144,size=200,right]A principios de este siglo, durante la construcción del Canal de Panamá, muchos trabajadores murieron de malaria y fiebre amarilla, situación que motivó la llegada de biólogos norteamericanos para combatir estas enfermedades.Esta página describe la parte Smithsonian en la conservación científica y cultural del medio

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    • Authority Record/EAC

      Krombein, Karl V.

      • Date: 1912 2005

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      SIA2008-3234

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      • Authority Record/EAC

        Gabb, William M.

        • Date: 1839 1878

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