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ANDREWS, Ebenezer Baldwin, geologist, born in Danbury, Connecticut, 29 April 1821; died in Lancaster, Ohio, 14 August 1880. He was educated at Williams College and then at Marietta College, where he was graduated in 1842. Then, after graduation at Princeton theological seminary m 1844, he became pastor of the Congregational Church in Housatonic Massachusetts, 1846-'50, and from 1850 to 1851 he had charge of a parish in New Britain, Connecticut From 1851 to 1869 he was professor of geology in Marietta College, and then became assistant geologist to the Ohio state survey. He contributed papers on geological subjects to the "American Journal of Science," and the record of his work is given in the annual reports of the Ohio survey. He was also the author of a textbook on " Elementary Geology" (Cincinnati, 1878). In 1870 he was made LL.D. by Marietta College.
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