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Letters from Alabama U.S.Chiefly Relating to Natural.

Feb 14, 2006 · Letters from Alabama U.S.: Chiefly Relating to Natural The English naturalist Philip Henry Gosse 1810-88 spent nine months in 1838-9 in a small town in Alabama where he was the teacher at the local school. However, he loved the beauty of his surroundings, and the abundant wildlife, and in 1859 he published this account in the form of nineteen letters. Gosse recounts in detail his voyage from Philadelphia to Mobile, Alabama, and the environment around his new home in the hills, with vivid descriptions of the plants, animals and insects he observed there. Explore books by Philip Henry Gosse with our selection at. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £20. — Gary R. Mullen, coeditor of Philip Henry Gosse’s Letters from Alabama: Chiefly Relating to Natural History Janice Neri 1970–2016 was professor of art history at Boise State University.

Philip Henry Gosse 1859, after. Letters from Alabama: Chiefly relating to natural history. but his principal interest was natural history. Letters from Alabama is a personalized record of. I. THE EXTINCT. If it is a scene of painful interest, as surely it is to a well-constituted mind, to stand by and watch the death-struggles of one of the nobler brutes,—a dog or an elephant, for example,—to mark the failing strength, the convulsive throes, the appealing looks, the sobs and sighs, the rattling breath, the glazing eye, the stiffening limbs—how much more exciting is the. Cambridge Core - History of Ideas - Evolution and Imagination in Victorian Children's Literature - by Jessica Straley. Reprinted with revision of the parts relating to English, Arithmetic, Geography, History and Singing London:. Gosse, Philip Henry, Romance of Natural History, 2 vols., 1860–1861, 4th ed. London: James Nisbet and.

Letters from Alabama U.S.: Chiefly Relating to Natural The English naturalist Philip Henry Gosse 1810-88 spent nine months in 1838-9 in a small town in Alabama where he. Apr 01, 2012 · Born in England, Philip Henry Gosse 1810-1888 later published his Alabama experiences in Letters from Alabama,U.S.: Chiefly Relating to Natural History 1859. In addition to describing plantation life, the institution of slavery, and the frontier setting of the period, Gosse provides the finest early account of Alabama's rich natural history. They include an interesting series of papers written by Gen. James H. Baker in 1877 to 1879, chiefly relating to the resources and history of northern Minnesota; ^^His- torical iSotes and Reminiscences" of Farmington, Minn., written in 1878 and 1879, by J. H. Thurston; "Sketches and Incidents" of Stillwater, Taylor's Falls, etc., written in. Stephen Jay Gould was a renowned evolutionary biologist, paleontologist, historian of science, educator, popular science author, polymath, and an enthusiastic collector. His paper. He had ample time to study natural history and draw plants, animals, and scenes, all of which he organized into Letters from Alabama U.S., chiefly relating to Natural History 1859. In 1839 he sailed to Liverpool and during the voyage wrote Canadian Naturalist, which was published in 1840 and was well received Thwaite 2002:98–120.

Search the history of over 439 billion web pages on the Internet. Full text of "Index to a collection of Americana relating principally to Louisiana art and miscellanea, all included in the private library of. Letters from Alabama U.S.: Chiefly Relating to Natural The English naturalist Philip Henry Gosse 1810-88 spent nine months in 1838-9 in a small town in Alabama where he was the teacher at the local school. Full text of "Catalogue of a collection of books on ornithology in the library of Frederic Gallatin, Jr" See other formats. The life of Philip Henry Gosse / View Metadata. By: Gosse, Edmund,. Letters from Alabama U.S. chiefly relating to natural history. View Metadata. By: Gosse, Philip Henry,. Letters on the natural history of the insects mentioned in Shakspeare's plays: with incidental notices of.

John Ray was born in the village of Black Notley in Essex. He is said to have been born in the smithy, his father having been the village blacksmith.After studying at Braintree school, he was sent at the age of sixteen to Cambridge University: studying at Trinity College. Initially at Catharine Hall, his tutor was Daniel Duckfield, and later transferred to Trinity where his tutor was James. Cambridge local history and architecture, University of Cambridge N A6 Western art European history after 1450 Michelangelo The Artist, the Man and his Times William E. Wallace Washington University, St Louis 10 b/w illus. In this vividly written biography, William E. Wallace offers a new view of the artist. Jun 20, 2015 · Introduction. James Cuninghame 1 ca. 1665–1709 FRS is perhaps best known as the earliest European who ‘made botanical collections in China and whose rich herbarium safely arrived home’. 2 Although very little is known of his early life, he was a Scot 3 who, in 1686, was studying medicine at Leiden 4 where he was recorded as of 21 years of age, making the year of his birth ca.. Jacknis, Ira. 1991. George Hunt, Collector of Indian Specimens. In Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch. Aldona Jonaitis, ed., pp. 177–224. New York: American Museum of Natural History and Seattle: University of Washington Press. There are two undated lists of books in the Custis Papers ViHi in GW’s hand.GW made the first list before 1761 and the second not until 1763 or 1764. The first of these, hereafter referred to as list 1, is printed here; the second, List 2, will be dealt with in volume 7 of this series of the Papers.In both lists, GW gives an abbreviated title of each publication and, occasionally, the last.

Huntington Library Quarterly9 1945: 33–42. Balch 1855 Balch, Thomas. Letters and Papers Relating Chiefly to the Provincial History of Pennsylvania with Some Notices of the WritersThe Shippen Papers. Philadelphia: Crissy and Markley, Printers, 1855. Balch 1914 Balch, Thomas Willing. Louis Agassiz was born in Môtier now part of Haut-Vully in the Swiss canton of Fribourg.The son of a pastor, Agassiz was educated first at home; he then spent four years of secondary school in Bienne, entering in 1818 and completing his elementary studies in Lausanne.Agassiz studied successively at the universities of Zürich, Heidelberg, and Munich; while there, he extended his knowledge.

Apr 13, 2019 · Letters from Alabama U.S.: Chiefly Relating to Natural The English naturalist Philip Henry Gosse 1810-88 spent nine months in 1838-9 in a small town in Alabama where he was the teacher at the local school.Letters from Alabama, Chiefly Relating to Natural History, by Philip Henry Gosse. Authoritative Edition. University of Alabama Press, 2012. To Prove a Villain; the case of King Richard III. New York; Macmillan, 1964. Papers.

The collection includes correspondence, published articles, reprints, and clippings relating to Burkhardt's work on the life and work of Charles Darwin including the subjects: evolution, creationism, intelligent design, and the history of medicine. Publication info: London,Published for the Holmesdale Natural History Club, Reigate, by E. Newman[pref. 1861] Holding Institution: University of Toronto - Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library A list of the land and fresh-water shells found in the environs of London. The project provides a digital collection which reveals the hidden history of the First World War and shows how the history affected life, language and culture in Wales. The project has collected scattered and often inaccessible material in one place to create a unique digital archive of interest to researchers, students and the public in Wales. Conrad Gessner / ˈ ɡ ɛ s n ər /; Latin: Conradus Gesnerus 26 March 1516 – 13 December 1565 was a Swiss physician, naturalist, bibliographer, and philologist.Born into a poor family in Zürich, Switzerland, his father and teachers quickly realised his talents and supported him through university, where he studied classical languages, theology and medicine.

The amended charter of 1856 enacted: "The objects of said society, with the enlarged powers and duties herein provided, shall be, in addition to the collection and preservation of publica- tions, manuscripts, antiquities, curiosities, and all other things per- taining to the social, political and natural history of Minnesota, to cultivate among. His collection and sizable library of rare books formed the nucleus of the malacological collection and the rare book library of the American Museum of Natural History. This paper summarizes his life, the growth of his collection, his publications, his new taxa, and his broader role in 19th-century New York professional life.

The collection includes primarily the papers of Harry S. Gabriel including letters to his mother and fiancee, Ellen Wigsten, depicting daily life before and after the armistice, written from American training camps and the French front, his war diary October - November 1918 describing night patrols, documents relating to his military service.

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