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Typescript copy of Goldman's "Mexican Journal," February 17, 1892 - January 31, 1894
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Typescript copy of Goldman's "Mexican Journal," February 17, 1892 - January 31, 1894

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Contained In: Edward William Nelson and Edward Alphonso Goldman Collection, circa 1873-1946 and undated

Series: SIA RU007364

Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project : an initiative to improve access to field book content that documents natural history

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Book

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1892-1894

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Ahualulco de Mercado , Ajusco , Amecameca , Botany , Chihuahua , CitlaltŽpetl, Volc‡n , Diary , Field notes , Mammalogy , Manzanillo , Mexico , Ornithology , Pachuca de Soto , San Luis Potos’ , Tl‡lpan , Tulancingo , Xico

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Title

Typescript copy of Goldman's "Mexican Journal," February 17, 1892 - January 31, 1894

Related Titles

Contained In: Edward William Nelson and Edward Alphonso Goldman Collection, circa 1873-1946 and undated

Series: SIA RU007364

Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project : an initiative to improve access to field book content that documents natural history

By

Goldman, Edward Alphonso, 1873-1946

Type

Book

Material

Published material

Publication info

1892-1894

Notes:

This field book documents Goldman's field research and travels in Mexico between 17 February 1892 and 31 January 1894. The notes are a narrative account describing plant, mammal, bird, and reptile specimens observed and collected, routes traveled, and other observations during his trip. Goldman uses both common and scientific names to refer to specimens. Examples of frequently noted specimens include mice, rats, voles, shrews, squirrels, raccoons, and rabbits, lizards, bats, sparrows, and pine vegetation. Many more varieties of specimen are included. Goldman includes notes on how common specimen are, number of specimens taken, weather, environmental conditions, and elevations. Locations include but are not limited to Manzanillo, Ahualuleo, San Luis Potosi, Tl‡lpan, Ajusco, Amecameca, Sierra de Pachuca, Jico (Xico), Tulancingo, Mount Orizaba (currently known as CitlaltŽpetl), and Chihuahua.

Subjects

Ahualulco de Mercado , Ajusco , Amecameca , Botany , Chihuahua , CitlaltŽpetl, Volc‡n , Diary , Field notes , Mammalogy , Manzanillo , Mexico , Ornithology , Pachuca de Soto , San Luis Potos’ , Tl‡lpan , Tulancingo , Xico

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English

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.131821

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title = {Typescript copy of Goldman's "Mexican Journal," February 17, 1892 - January 31, 1894 },
copyright = {No known copyright restrictions as determined by scanning institution.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/227107},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/131821 --- This field book documents Goldman's field research and travels in Mexico between 17 February 1892 and 31 January 1894. The notes are a narrative account describing plant, mammal, bird, and reptile specimens observed and collected, routes traveled, and other observations during his trip. Goldman uses both common and scientific names to refer to specimens. Examples of frequently noted specimens include mice, rats, voles, shrews, squirrels, raccoons, and rabbits, lizards, bats, sparrows, and pine vegetation. Many more varieties of specimen are included. Goldman includes notes on how common specimen are, number of specimens taken, weather, environmental conditions, and elevations. Locations include but are not limited to Manzanillo, Ahualuleo, San Luis Potosi, Tl‡lpan, Ajusco, Amecameca, Sierra de Pachuca, Jico (Xico), Tulancingo, Mount Orizaba (currently known as CitlaltŽpetl), and Chihuahua.},
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author = {Goldman, Edward Alphonso,},
year = {1892},
pages = {68},
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TY - BOOK
TI - Typescript copy of Goldman's "Mexican Journal," February 17, 1892 - January 31, 1894
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/227107
PY - 1892
N1 - This field book documents Goldman's field research and travels in Mexico between 17 February 1892 and 31 January 1894. The notes are a narrative account describing plant, mammal, bird, and reptile specimens observed and collected, routes traveled, and other observations during his trip. Goldman uses both common and scientific names to refer to specimens. Examples of frequently noted specimens include mice, rats, voles, shrews, squirrels, raccoons, and rabbits, lizards, bats, sparrows, and pine vegetation. Many more varieties of specimen are included. Goldman includes notes on how common specimen are, number of specimens taken, weather, environmental conditions, and elevations. Locations include but are not limited to Manzanillo, Ahualuleo, San Luis Potosi, Tl‡lpan, Ajusco, Amecameca, Sierra de Pachuca, Jico (Xico), Tulancingo, Mount Orizaba (currently known as CitlaltŽpetl), and Chihuahua.
AU - Goldman, Edward Alphonso,
KW - Ahualulco de Mercado
KW - Ajusco
KW - Amecameca
KW - Botany
KW - Chihuahua
KW - CitlaltŽpetl, Volc‡n
KW - Diary
KW - Field notes
KW - Mammalogy
KW - Manzanillo
KW - Mexico
KW - Ornithology
KW - Pachuca de Soto
KW - San Luis Potos’
KW - Tl‡lpan
KW - Tulancingo
KW - Xico
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