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The role of Annie Greenly in the elucidation of the geology of Anglesey

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T. P. T. Williams
T. P. T. Williams
Gwynedd & Môn RIGS (e-mail: iss006@bangor.ac.uk)
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Published:
January 01, 2007

Abstract

Annie Greenly (née Barnard) is the great woman standing behind Edward Greenly. During his 25 years of surveying and producing the two volumes of the Memoir of Anglesey, she played a crucial role producing the index among other things. Her interaction with Greenly, first in the Highlands of Scotland and then on the Island of Anglesey, is detailed in this paper. Greenly outlived his wife by many years but he always acknowledged the debt he owed her.

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Geological Society, London, Special Publications

The Role of Women in the History of Geology

C. V. Burek
C. V. Burek
University of Chester, UK
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B. Higgs
B. Higgs
University College Cork, Ireland
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Geological Society of London
Volume
281
ISBN electronic:
9781862395299
Publication date:
January 01, 2007

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