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Robert Gordon Wasson (September 22, 1898 – December 23, 1986) was an American author, amateur ethnomycologist, and Vice President for Public Relations at J.P. Morgan & Co. In the course of independent research, Wasson made contributions to the fields of ethnobotany, botany, and anthropology. Several of his ...


Wasson (c. 1730 – c. 1790s) was an Ojibwa chief during the siege of Fort Detroit in Pontiac's War. Wasson led around 200 warriors, who joined Pontiac's forces on May 31, 1763, remaining as part of the siege until it was abandoned in the autumn. On July 4, 1763, Wasson killed captive Captain Donald Campbell, in revenge ...


Wasson-ECE specializes in configuring and modifying new or existing gas chromatographs exclusively from Agilent Technologies to become guaranteed, turn-key analytical systems.


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Wasson originates from cornwall meaning, "whats on?"


John Wasson, President and COO, has been with ICF since 1987. He provides day-to-day leadership of the company's operating groups in the execution of strategies for client relationships, business growth, and development and recruiting. He holds a M.S. in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of ...


The Tina & R.Gordon Wasson Ethnomycological Collection Archives. Tina and Gordon Wasson. Researchers may consult materials from the archives only by appointment or written request. Send inquiries to botref@oeb.harvard.edu. Please allow 2-3 business days for the processing of written and e-mailed requests.


Sam Wasson is a fabulous social historian because he finds meaning in situations and stories that would otherwise be forgotten if he didn't sleuth them out, lovingly. —Hilton Als, The New Yorker Wasson is a canny chronicler of old Hollywood and its outsize personalities... More than that, he understands that style matters, ...


While this is her first “grown-up” house, Erin Wasson talks about it as if she's a little kid on a sugar high. She's excited: “I love the big beams and doorways!” She's giddy: “I finally have a place to host my family for the weekend.” She's in awe: “You can get lost in this house—wherever you go there's a sense of privacy.