Edward Salisbury Dana, the Dean of American mineralogists, died on June sixteenth, 1935, at his home in New Haven. In order to appreciate properly his position and influence one must consider briefly the history of his family. The following dates are significant ones, not only in the family records, but in the annals of American science.

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