Thomas Hale Streets

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Thomas Hale Streets (November 20, 1847 – March 3, 1925) was an American naturalist. He served as a surgeon in the U.S. Navy from 1872 and retired in 1909 as the Director of the Navy Hospital in Washington, D.C..[1][2] He was a veteran of the Spanish–American War.[3] He died in 1925 of heart disease.[3] His works include Contributions to the Natural History of the Hawaiian and Fanning Islands and Lower California (1877).[4]


  1. ^ Streets, T. H. (1913): The Descendants of Thomas Hale of Delaware with an account the Jamison and Green Families
  2. ^ U.S. House of Representatives Document #728, (1907): Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the United States and of the Marine Corps to January 1, 1907
  3. ^ a b Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 84, No. 15; April 11, 1925
  4. ^ Herman ten Kate (2004). "On the California peninsula". In Pieter Hovens, William J. Orr & Louis A. Hieb. Travels and Researches in Native North America, 1882–1883. University of New Mexico Press. pp. 99–137. ISBN 978-0-8263-3281-3. 

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