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  1. Chemical field lectures for agriculturists. Tr. from the German.
    By: Stöckhardt, Julius Adolph, - Teschemacher, James E. (James Englebert),
    Publication info: Cambridge [Mass.]Bartlett,1853.
    Holding Institution: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
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  2. A concise application of the principles of structural botany to horticulture, chiefly extracted from the works of Lindley, Knight, Herbert, and others, with additions and adaptations to this climate.
    By: Teschemacher, James E. (James Englebert),
    Publication info: Boston,C. C. Little and J. Brown,1840.
    Holding Institution: Multiple institutions
    BHL Collections: Library of Congress
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  3. Essay on guano; describing its properties and the best methods of its application in agriculture and horticulture; with the value of importations from different localities; founded on actual analyses, and on personal experiments upon numerous kinds of trees, vegetables, flowers, and insects, in this climate.
    By: Teschemacher, James E. (James Englebert),
    Publication info: Boston,A.D. Phelps;1845.
    Holding Institution: Library of Congress
    BHL Collections: Library of Congress
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  4. Horticultural register, and gardener's magazine.
    By: Breck, Joseph, - Fesseden, Thomas Green, - Teschemacher, James E. (James Englebert),
    Publication info: Boston,G. D. Barrett [etc.]
    Holding Institution: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
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