Julian Tenison Woods 1832-1889 : the interaction of science and religion
Julian Tenison Woods died in Sydney on 7 October 1889. The various scientific societies lamented the loss of one of their most prolific contributors and eulogised his achievements. Newspapers and journals noted his passing and one obituarist predicted: if young Australia possess any aspirations beyond the development of brawn and the deification of sport, [then the memory of Woods], should shine for many a year to come like a fixed firmamental star secure in the esteem of us all! Yet...[Show more]
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