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Founded in 1882, the Colorado Scientific Society promotes knowledge, the understanding of science, and its application to human needs, focusing primarily on earth science, but welcoming members with interests in all fields of science.
W. Cross - H. Beeger - S. F. Emmons - J. B. Grant - Rev. H. M. Hart
R. Pearce - N. P. Hill - A. H. Low - P. H. Van Diest - A. Von Schulz - W. F. Hillebrand - An. Eilers
Samuel Franklin Emmons
Founders of the Colorado Scientific Society
“The following named persons were unanimously chosen as officers for the
“The following named persons were unanimously chosen as officers for the first year:
President—Samuel Franklin Emmons “It was further agreed that the
association should be called
“It was further agreed that the association should be calledThe Colorado Scientific Society, and the following named persons, all residents of Denver, were enrolled as members:
History of the
Colorado Scientific Society 1882-2002 by Edwin B. Eckel, p. 8.