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Annie Trumbull Slosson

American entomologist and writer (1838-1926)

1838   -   1926

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Hartford Female Seminary
occupation: zoologist, short story writer, entomologist, scientific collector, writer

Annie Trumbull Slosson (May 18, 1838 – October 4, 1926) was an American author and entomologist. As a writer of fiction, Slosson was most noted for her short stories, written in the style of American literary regionalism, emphasizing the local color of New England. As an entomologist, Slosson is noted for identifying previously unknown species and for popularizing entomological aspects of natural history.
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