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us: Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946



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    • us: Seton-Thompson, Ernest, 1860-1946
    • us: Thompson-Seton, Ernest, 1860-1946
    • us: Seton-Thomson, Ernest, 1860-1946
    • us: Thomson, Ernest Seton-, 1860-1946
    • us: Black Wolf, 1860-1946
    • us: Thompson, Ernest Evan, 1860-1946
    • us: Thompson, Wolf, 1860-1946
    • us: Seton, Wolf, 1860-1946
    • us: Tompson, Ernesṭ Seṭon, 1860-1946
    • us: Seṭon Tompson, Ernesṭ, 1860-1946
    • us: Seṭon-Tompson, Ė. (Ėrnest), 1860-1946
    • us: Tompson Seṭon, E. (Ernesṭ), 1860-1946
    • us: טאמפסאן, ערנעסט סעטאן
    • us: טאמפסאן-סעטאן, ערנעסט
    • us: טומפסון, סיטון
    • us: סעטאן, ערנעט טאמפסאן, 1860־1946
    • us: סעטאן, ערנעט טאמפסאן, 1860־1946
    • us: סעטאן, ערנעסט טאמפסאן
    • us: סעטאן, ערנעסט טאמפסאן, 1860־1946
    • us: סעטאן, ע. טאמפסאן, 1860־1946
    • us: תומפדון, ארנסט סטון
    • us: アーネスト.シートン, 1860-1946
    • us: アーネスト.トンプソン.シートン, 1860-1946
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    • found: Dimitrercu, Z.L. Urechiușă-sbârlită și alte povestiri ... 1929: t.p. (Ernest Seton-Thomson [in error])
    • found: Keller, B. Black Wolf, c1984: t.p. (Black Wolf; Ernest Thompson Seton) jkt. (assumed Indian name when working with the Woodcraft Indians)
    • found: His Animal heroes, 1987: t.p. (Ernest Thompson Seton) t.p. verso (known as Ernest Evan Thompson, Ernest Evan Thompson Seton, Wolf Thompson, Wolf Seton, Chief Black Wolf)
    • found: His Ḥayot-ha-bar asher yadaʻti, 1953 or 1954: t.p. (Ernesṭ Seṭon Tompson) p. 1 of cover (E. Tompson Seṭon)
    • found: Wikipedia, website viewed 30 May 2013 (Ernest Thompson Seton; born Ernest Evan Thompson and changed name to Ernest Thompson Seton in his 20's; born August 14, 1860 in South Shields, England; died Octover 23, 1946 in Seton Village, New Mexico; author, wildlife artist; founding partner of the Boy Scouts of America; formed the Woodcraft Indians in 1902; migrated to Canada in 1866; spent most of his childhood in Toronto; scholarship to study art at the Royal Academy in London, England; naturalist for Manitoba; moved to New York City; author)
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    • PS2801-PS2802
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    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-06-24: new
    • 2013-09-12: revised
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