CHARLES HENRY TURNER

CHARLES HENRY TURNER (1867–1923) was a biologist, neurologist, psychologist, and chemist who made an international reputation as a researcher in animal behavior, concentrating on bees and ants. In 1907 Dr. Turner was a delegate to the Seventh International Zoological Congress and in 1912 he became one of the few African Americans elected to membership in the Academy of Sciences of St. Louis. Dr. Turner served on the faculty of the University of Cincinnati and was head of the science department at Clark University, Atlanta, Georgia.

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