“It may be fairly claimed that vertebrate paleontology has been the most important single factor in the rise and popularization of natural history museums. This is perhaps its greatest contribution to the social, as opposed to the scientific, history of America” (Simpson 1942, 157).
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Simpson, G.G. (1942). The Beginnings of Vertebrate Paleontology in North Ameirca. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 86:130-188.