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Last NameAgassiz    
Given NameJean Louis Rodolphe     
alt. NamesJ. L. R. A. ; Louis Agassiz ;     
Marriage1: Cecilia Braun (1809-1848) in 1833 ; 2: Elizabeth Cabot Agassiz (1822-1907) née Cary naturalist/teacher in 1850    
Children3. Alexander Emanuel Agassiz (1835-1910) ; Ida Olympe Frederika (1837-1xxx) ; Pauline (18xx-1xxx)    
Year born1807 in Môtier-en-Vuly, Haut-Vully, Fribourg    
Year died1873    
Place of deathCambridge, Massachusetts    
Father's occupationparson Agassiz (1xxx-1xxx)    
RelativesRose (1xxx-1xxx) (mother) ; Cécile (1xxx-1xxx) (sister) ; Olympe (1xxx-1xxx) (sister) ; Auguste (1xxx-1xxx) (brother) ; ...    
Educationmedicine at universities of Zurich, Heidelberg, Munich, and Erlangen    
Country of ActivitySwitzerland    
Worked forLouis Agassiz: Hist. nat. poissons d'eau douce (1845) ; Recherches sur les poissons fossiles (1833-45) ; Karl Christoph Vogt: Anatomie des Salmones (1845) ;    
PatronageAlexander von Humboldt ; Georges Cuvier ; Lord Francis Egerton ; British Association ;    
Collaboratorslithographer Sonrel ; lithographer Nicolet ; lithographer Cazenave ; botanist and traveller Johann Baptist von Spix ; Eduard Desor ; Amanz Gressly ; artist Carl Vogt ; artist Joseph Dinkel ; artist Cecile Braun ; artist Cécile S. Agassiz ; artist Rödler ;    
Techniquesgeological, paleontological, ichthylological, and zoological drawing, also petrified fish painting    
Sample(s)https://archive.org/stream/anatomiedessalmo00agas#page/n5/mode/2up ; http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/26715#page/9/mode/1up ;    
Archival sourcesInstitut de Géologie Université de Neuchatel ;    
Published sourcesNissen: Zoolog. Buchillustration 1969/78 ; Marcou: Life of J. L. R. A. 2011; Davidson 2008: 48 ;    
otherFurther Places of Activity: the USA and France. Further Relatives: Henry Lee Higginson philanthropist (1834-1919) (son-in-law) ; merchant Quincy Adams Shaw (1825-1908).    

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