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Man and Apes: An exposition of structural resemblances and differences bearing upon questions of affinity and origin.

Mivart, St. George

Published by New York: D. Appleton and Co., . First American edition., 1874
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Pp. vi, (2), 1-200; frontispiece plate, 61 text-figures. Publisher's original purple cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, and with borders stamped in blind on the front and read covers, beveled edges to cloth, original yellow endpapers, sm 8vo. Mivart started his career as a supporter of natural selection but later became one of its fiercest critics. Mivart tried to reconcile Darwin's theory of evolution with his religious beliefs. It is interesting to see how these viewpoints are represented in Mivart's overview of the primates. Armorial bookplate of Rowland Hazard - possibly Rowland Gibson Hazard (1801-1888) who was an American industrialist, politician, and social reformer. Cloth on spine a little sunned, light edge wear to cloth; a bright and clean copy in near fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 6102

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Title: Man and Apes: An exposition of structural ...

Publisher: New York: D. Appleton and Co., . First American edition.

Publication Date: 1874

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Natural History Books is an independent, rare book retailer operating out of Iowa City, IA. The business is owned and operated by Noriko and Russell Ciochon. We only sell books through our NHB website and other book service websites. We do not offer books for sale within the state of Iowa. We specialize in rare and hard to find books in all areas of natural history especially ornithology, herpetology, ichthyology, mammalogy, paleontology, botany, evolutionary biology and travel and exploration. Our rare and hard-to-find book section has many fine hand-colored plate books. Our latest acquisition is the ichthyology and aquarium fish collection of Ross Socolof Books of Florida. We are always buying natural history books – if you have a collection to offer, please contact us at noriko@naturalhistorybooks.com or by calling (319) 354-9088.

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Natural History Books
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