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Text:"... Mongolian border RoyChapmanAndrews, noted American explorer, has discovered what he believes one of the most amazing fossil deposits ever revealed to human eyes. In a death trap formed by a bog of sticky..."
Date:Aug 2 1930
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... and about five other American southern Baptist missionaries stranded there. MERGER PLANS NOT ABANDONED Peiping, China W) On the shores of a dned-up inland sea near the outer Mongolian border, RoyChapman..."
Date:July 25 1930
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., Dies CARMEL. CaUf. (AP)-Dr. RoyChapmanAndrews, 76, world famous e)Qlorer and naturalist, died at Peninsula Ccnnmunity Hospital Friday night after a heart attack. Andrews, who had been living..."
Date:Mar 12 1960
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... - RoyChapmanAndrews, widely known American scientist, was barred from conducting his proposed expedition-into the Gobi Desert by the Chinese authorities today. In a communique explaining their at..."
Date:July 2 1931
Publication:Berkeley, California, United States of America
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Text:"..., Calif. (AP) — Dr. RoyChapmanAndrews, world-famed naturalist who wrote as eloquently of housecats as he did of whales and dinosaurs, is dead of a heart attack at 76. The retired former director..."
Date:Mar 12 1960
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... newspaper style, such as Lawson's "Thirty Seconds ,Over Tokyo" and Scott's "God Is . My Co-Pilot" In addition, books Of- poetry, plays, biography and 'travel help to divert in these busy days. RoyChapman..."
Date:Nov 30 1943
Publication:Berkeley, California, United States of America
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Text:"... ramni trade mark. Use ' Bayer CWas. ——— - - . R. C.. Andrews Says People Related to American Indians Mr. RoyChapmanAndrews, who is learn; ¡returning with the American Museum not necessarily cause a fire..."
Date:Jan 14 1926
Publication:Swan River, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... by decree court at The Hague in j STATE CON Thackerville, In Love County, Reported Demolished by j Twister PEKING, May Granger, paleontologist with the RoyChapmanAndrews Mongolian expedi- tion', has..."
Date:May 18 1928
Publication:Ada, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... of the country." says RoyChapmanAndrews whp will load the oxpedllion. "Long before the Chinese , arrived.' China was inhabited One of the reosona why little la known of China's, fo.ssil.s and thos^ ot itttertor..."
Date:Nov 5 1920
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... In 1900 by Prof Henry FallHeld Osborn presi dent of the museum These discoveries were made public here by RoyChapmanAndrews lead er of the Asiatic expedition and asso ciate curator of mammals of the East..."
Date:Dec 15 1923
Publication:Murphysboro, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., a spur of the southeastern Himalayas, gorals and serows are to be found, .says RoyChapmanAndrews, in Asia. And inasmuch as he tracked and killed a few j of them while leading the American i museum..."
Date:Sep 24 1918
Publication:Nappanee, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...! No cornered hero of romance ever showed more ingenuity thuu Mr. RoyChapmanAndrews showed when he ran out of motor oil on the Gobi desert. We quote Mr. Andrews' exploit ns ho narrates It ' in Natural..."
Date:Apr 28 1922
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... weeks. Chinese Want to Keep Those Fossils Peking, China, Aug. 30.-(i?)-An attempt to prevent RoyChapmanAndrews from taking out of China the 85 crates of fossils which he brought back from tho Gobi..."
Date:Aug 30 1928
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... ChapmanAndrews, Beloit, W:s, the explorer, ilonday announced abandonment of his Gobi desert 1829 expedition becuse he could not coma to an agreement: with the Chines* commission for preservation of ancient..."
Date:July 16 1929
Publication:Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... story. It is all here, for RoyChapmanAndrews has had an exciting and varied career and he tells about it n a captivatig manner. He says, 'Writing this book has been the means of re-living a wonderfully..."
Date:Sep 24 1943
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... the aboriginal tribes now said to be fast disappear- ing In China. "We know as little about somo of the living- natives as about the fossil history of the says RoyChapmanAndrews who will lead the expedition..."
Date:Nov 8 1920
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... in New York to have that honor. It happened at the Museum of Natural History. I. had gone there to interview RoyChapmanAndrews, famous explorer, who has just come back from discovering the Garden of Eden..."
Date:Jan 13 1924
Publication:Bakersfield, California, United States of America
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Text:"... under the leadership of RoyChapmanAndrews, to cease Its exploration and scientific work and to leave Mongolia territory alleging that Mr. Andrews has violated the terma ot his agreement with Mongolian..."
Date:Aug 19 1925
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"..., by the thiref Asiatic expedition of the American Museum of Natural History, RoyChapmanAndrews, leader of the expedition, disclosed in Peking to- day. I hrse primitive men bored the shells and made ornaments..."
Date:Aug 20 1925
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... Brothers factory in Detroit, where '-1 supported m this theory by such Led by RoyChapmanAndrews, five cars were being equipped for an emIaent scientist as Henry who returned from Asia a year..."
Date:July 6 1924
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
 
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