Correspondence : Douglas (Robert) and Engelmann (George)
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Correspondence : Douglas (Robert) and Engelmann (George), 1878-1880.

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Douglas, Robert, 1813-1897

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Book

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Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from Robert Douglas, for 1878-1880. The correspondence relates to experiments in adaptability of various evergreens to Kansas and other dry climates with a comparison of seeds from Colorado and Pacific Northwest. C. S. Sargent questions Siler's judgment and integrity. Discussion of Barney's pamphlet on the merits of catalpa for the West. Seed and plant collections for European markets.

Folder contains original letters.

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(Alexis Randolph), , (Andrew Lafayette), , (Charles Christopher), , (James Harris), , (James Thomas), , (John Albert), , (John Aston), , (Thompson Clarke), , (William Eliot), , 1802-1863 , 1802-1886 , 1809-1884 , 1812-1883 , 1813-1897 , 1819-1909 , 1821-1909 , 1822-1908 , 1823-1890 , 1824-1897 , 1824-1898 , 1826-1901 , 1831-1885 , 1832-1925 , 1841-1927 , 1843-1925 , Abies , Adaptation , Allen, J. T , Barnes, W. E , Barney, E. E , Bignoniaceae , Bolle, Carl August, , Botany, Economic , Brandegee, Townshend Stith, , Catalpa , Colorado , Correspondence , Douglas, Robert, , Engelmann, George, , Europe , Evergreens , Johnson, George William, , Juniperus , Kennicott, J. A , Letters , Masters, J. H , Maxwell, T. C , Meehan, Thomas, , Northwest, Pacific , Parry, C. C , Picea , Pinaceae , Plants , Sargent, Charles Sprague, , Seeds , Siler, A. L , Warder, J. A , West (U.S.) , Whitney, A. R

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Engelmann Papers, Missouri Botanical Garden

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Archives Collection 1 RG 4/1/5/1

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English

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OCLC: 858976418

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title = {Correspondence : Douglas (Robert) and Engelmann (George), 1878-1880. },
volume = {Douglas to Engelmann, 1878-1880},
copyright = {Permission to digitize granted by rights holder},
url = {http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/137424},
note = {http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/69086 --- Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from Robert Douglas, for 1878-1880. The correspondence relates to experiments in adaptability of various evergreens to Kansas and other dry climates with a comparison of seeds from Colorado and Pacific Northwest. C. S. Sargent questions Siler's judgment and integrity. Discussion of Barney's pamphlet on the merits of catalpa for the West. Seed and plant collections for European markets. --- Folder contains original letters.},
publisher = {},
author = {Douglas, Robert,},
year = {1878-1880},
pages = {44},
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