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Vestiges of the natural history of creation
phrenological ideas of localised brain organs and emerging concepts of cerebral localisation. Crichton-Browne's title, The Story of the Brain, nailed his narrative colours to the mast: the complexities of brain structure were the evidence of its lengthy evolutionary history and development. He paid tribute to George Combe, comparing him to Robert Chambers and Charles Darwin. He introduced his father W.A.F. Browne as 'a phrenologist of the old school' and gave a wideranging account ofdoi:10.5962/bhl.title.104593 fatcat:uvfyb5skqbfgfm32c4splj4p7m