Some Influences of the American Hookworm


Brooks, F. G. “Charles Wardell Stiles, Intrepid Scientist.”



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Brooks, F. G. “Charles Wardell Stiles, Intrepid Scientist.” BIOS 18, no. 3 (Oct., 1947): 139-169. A good portrayal of the young Stiles, shows the early religious influences that were to motivate him during the hookworm campaign, such as his gift for language, acquired from translating the Bible, a skill that allowed him to study abroad in Germany and at the Pasteur Institute.
———. “Charles Wardell Stiles."” Systematic Zoology 13, no. 4 (Dec., 1964): pp. 220-226. Another excellent and sympathetic biography, with some entertaining detail on Stile’s childhood and school days.

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