Frank Charles Schrader

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Frank Charles Schrader (October 6, 1860 – April 1944) was an American geologist, mineralogist, and entomologist. Born in Sterling, Illinois he received degrees from the University of Kansas (BS and MS) and Harvard University (BA and MA), before teaching at Harvard. Schrader was one of the first Federal geologists to explore Alaska. Associated with the United States Geological Survey, and did research in several other states, including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, and New Mexico.[1]

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  1. ^ Schaller, Waldemar T. "MEMORIAL OF FRANK CHARLES SCHRADER" (PDF). Mineralogical Society of America.