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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8175 9393
Name: 
Dewar, Douglas
Dates: 
1875-1957
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Daglish, Eric Fitch (1892-1966)
Davies, L. Merson (1890-1960))
Davies, Lewis Merson
Finn, Frank (1868-1932)
Garret, H. L. O. (1881-1941)
Garret, Herbert Leonard Offley (1881-1941)
Haldane, J.B.S. (1892-1964)
Haldane, John Burdon Sanderson (1892-1964)
Haldane, John Burdon Sanderson (1892-1964))
Lunn, Arnold (1888-1974))
Shelton, Henry Stanley (1876-?))
Wolfe, Jackson
Wright, R. G.
Yeats, G. A. Levett
Titles: 
Beasts of an Indian village; a popular account of the commoner back-boned animals of an Indian village
bird calendar for Northern India, A
Birds at the nest
birds of India., The
Birds of the Indian hills
Birds of the plains
Bombay ducks, 1896:
Bombay ducks; an account of some of the every-day birds and beasts found in a naturalist's Eldorado
Bygone days in India
Common birds of India
Difficulties of the evolution theory
ducks of India: their habits, breeding grounds and migrations; together with other useful information for the sportsman and observer., The
Game birds
Glimpses of Indian birds
hand-book to the English pre-mutiny records in the government record rooms of the United provinces of Agra and Oudh., A
Himalayan and Kashmiri birds, being a key to the birds commonly seen in summer in the Himalayas & Kashmir
In the days of the Company
Indian bird life; or, The struggle for existence of birds in India
Indian birds; being a key to the common birds of the plains of India.
Is evolution a myth? A debate between Douglas Dewar and L. Merson Davies for the Evolution Protest Movement, and J.B.S. Haldane for the Rationalist Press Association ltd.
Is evolution a myth? : a debate between Douglas Dewar, I. Merson Davies, and prof. J.B.S. Haldane
Is evolution proved? : a debate between Douglas Dewar and H. S. Shelton
Jungle folk : Indian natural history sketches
law relating to estate duty, with notes on legacy, succession and other death duties., The
making of species, The
Man: a special creation
reply to Mr. F.W. Buckler's The political theory of the Indian mutiny, A
transformist illusion, The
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