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Carr, Marjorie H. (26 Mar. 1915–10 Oct. 1997), environmental activist and zoologist, was born Marjorie Harris in Boston, Massachusetts, to Charles Ellsworth Harris, a teacher, and Clara Louise Haynes. The couple wintered in Florida, eventually relocating in 1918 to a ten-acre orange grove south of Bonita Springs. Marjorie reveled in the natural beauty of rural southwest Florida, enjoying the nearby rivers and beaches while riding her beloved pony. In ...

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George, Wesley Critz (28 August 1888–29 October 1982), zoologist and social scientist, was born in Yadkin County, North Carolina, the son of Thomas Miller, a farmer, schoolteacher, and printer, and Mary Critz George. In 1900 George attended a private school established by his father in Yadkin, before the relocation of his family necessitated a move to public schools, first in Missouri and then in Elkin, North Carolina. He taught for one year at a school in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, before gaining admission to the University of North Carolina (UNC) in 1907, from which he received a master's degree in 1912 and a PhD in 1918, both in zoology....