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How to know the wild flowers : a guide to the names, haunts, and habits of our common wild flowers /

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Book

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Publication info

New York :C. Scribner,1895.

Edition

Rev. and enl. ed.

Subjects

Identification , Northeastern States , Wild flowers

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.104510

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Title

How to know the wild flowers : a guide to the names, haunts, and habits of our common wild flowers /

By

Parsons, Frances Theodora, 1861-1952

Genre

Book

Material Type

Published material

Publication info

New York :C. Scribner,1895.

Edition

Rev. and enl. ed.

Notes:

Includes indexes.

Considered the first field guide to American wild flowers when first published in 1893, this revised and enlarged edition contains 156 plates and provides botanical details and lore for nearly five hundred flowering plants personally observed by the author in parts of New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and in the vicinity of Washington, D.C., along with a few found outside this range and east of Chicago. The listings are grouped by color of flower.

Subjects

Identification , Northeastern States , Wild flowers

Call Number

QK118 .P38 1895

Language

English

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LCCN: 04014613
OCLC: 4705617

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.104510

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PB - C. Scribner,
CY - New York :
PY - 1895
ET - Rev. and enl. ed.
N1 - Includes indexes. --- Considered the first field guide to American wild flowers when first published in 1893, this revised and enlarged edition contains 156 plates and provides botanical details and lore for nearly five hundred flowering plants personally observed by the author in parts of New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and in the vicinity of Washington, D.C., along with a few found outside this range and east of Chicago. The listings are grouped by color of flower.
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