Diaries of William Brewster, 1865-1919 (inclusive)
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Brewster, William, 1851-1919
Ornithologist. Graduated from Cambridge High School in 1869. Conducted ornithological expeditions to the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Colorado, West Virginia and North Carolina mountains, South Carolina and Georgia lowlands, Florida and to Trinidad. Curator of mammals and birds, Boston Society of Natural History, from 1880 to 1887. Curator of mammals and birds, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, from 1885 to 1900. For additional biographical information see: Bird-Lore (1919) 21, pp. 277-286.
Field notebooks in which Brewster recorded observations of birds, their habitats and seasonal behavior, while traveling through New England and other areas of the United States.
Journals in which Brewster recorded observations of birds, their habitats and seasonal behavior, while traveling through New England and other areas of the United States.
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William Brewster Papers
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