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David I Spanagel explores the origins of American eology *AND THE CULTURE THAT HELPED GIVE IT RISE FOCUSING *the culture that helped ive it rise focusing Amos Eaton the educator and amateur scientist who founded the Rensselaer School and on DeWitt Clinton the masterful politician who led the movement for the Erie Canal DeWitt Clinton and Amos Eaton shows how a cluster of assumptions about the peculiar landscape and entrepreneurial spirit of New York came to define the "Empire StateSpanagel sheds light on a particularly innovative and fruitful period of interplay " StateSpanagel sheds light on a particularly innovative and fruitful period of interplay science politics art and literature in Ame.
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