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Silas Laurence Loomis

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Silas Laurence Loomis (1822–1896) was an American scientist, educator, and inventor. Biography Loomis was born in Coventry, Connecticut on May 22, 1822. He graduated from Wesleyan University in 1844 and earned a degree in medicine from Georgetown University in 1856. Previous to his study at Wesleyan, Loomis had taught at Holliston Academy, in Massachusetts; after graduating from college, he was principal of Western Academy in Washington, D.C., and subsequently became professor of physiology at Georgetown. He was astronomer to the United States Coast Survey in 1857, and instructor in mathematics to naval cadets in 1860. From 1861 to 1867, he was professor of chemistry and toxicology at Georgetown, subsequently serving as dean at Howard University until 1869. From 1862 to 1863, he was a surgeon on General George B. McClellan's staff. Later, Loomis invented a process for producing a textile fabric from palmetto, a method for utilizing ores of chromium,
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