Louis Pasteur

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A chemist and biologist, born in dole, department of Jura, France, Dec. 27, 1822; died Sept. 28, 1895. He is known most famously for his demonstrations supporting the germ theory of disease and his vaccinations, most notably the first vaccine against rabies.




B. P. Holst The Teachers' and Pupils' Cyclopaedia (Kansas City: The Bufton Book Company, 1909)


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