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March 4

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Births

  • 1906 - Dorothea A. McCarthy - American psychologist, famous for her research into normal child language development. The result of her work were the McCarthy Scales of Children's Abilities which are used in child speech pathology.
  • 1835 - John Hughlings Jackson - English neurologist, known for his study of epilepsy in all forms. Jackson's epilepsy, which involves seizures on several parts of the body at the same time, was named after him.


Deaths

  • 1920 - Roswell Peter Bishop - American politician. Bishop was a member of the House of Representatives (Michigan) and a private in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He was discharged in 1862 after a wound forced the amputation of his right arm.[1]


References

  1. "Roswell Peter Bishop." NationMaster.com Encyclopedia. 2006. Accessed on march 21, 2008.