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Fri Mar 21 17:10:47 2014 UTClccn-n871444260.00Eaton, Daniel Cady0.821.00Daniel Cady Eaton, 1834-1895 /3249940Daniel_Cady_Eatonn 871444261984506Eaton, D. C.Eaton, D. Cady 1834-1895Eaton, Daniel C.Eaton, Daniel C. 1834-1895lccn-no2008064622Watson, Sereno1826-1892lccn-n86847818Faxon, Charles Edward1846-1918illlccn-n87144418Emerton, J. H.(James Henry)1847-1930illlccn-n87145655Chapman, A. W.(Alvan Wentworth)1809-1899lccn-n87827736Hall, James1811-1898lccn-no2010068052Whitfield, R. P.(Robert Parr)1828-1910lccn-n86835864Ridgway, Robert1850-1929lccn-n96114147Hague, A.(Arnold)1840-1917lccn-n50041611Bien, Julius1826-1909lccn-n88172351Meek, F. B.(Fielding Bradford)1817-1876Eaton, Daniel Cady1834-1895Pictorial worksPeriodicalsGuidebooksCatalogs and collectionsBotanyUnited StatesFernsUnited States, WestSouthern StatesNorth AmericaDiscoveries in geographyGeologyMines and mineral resourcesBirdsNevada--Comstock LodePaleontologyNevadaEaton familyEaton, Daniel Cady,Military pensionsSelden familyAlbatross (Steamer)South America--PatagoniaGalapagos IslandsMaineAlgaeCosta Rica--Cocos IslandWild flowersQuébecCriminal courtsTravelPlantsGray, Asa,ColombiaPteridophytaMinnesotaFrenchEngelmann, George,Canals, InteroceanicPanama--Isthmus of PanamaRedfield, John Howard,FagaceaeIsoetaceaeConnecticut--New HavenPinaceaeJuncaceaeOakUniversities and colleges--FacultyBotanical specimensLiliaceaeYale UniversityVitaceaeBrewer, William Henry,Peck, Charles H.--(Charles Horton),1834189518591860186118651870187118721873187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018921893189418951896189718991900190919191954196019701971197919811995199920001719100234557.3QK125ocn007088838ocn435953132ocn45928327938847ocn000713258book18780.79Eaton, Daniel CadyThe ferns of North America. Colored figures and descriptions, with synonymy and geographical distribution, of the ferns (including the Ophioglossaceœ) of the United States of America and the British North American possessionsPictorial works37331ocn001494793book18600.88Chapman, A. WFlora of the southern United States: containing an abridged description of the flowering plants and ferns of Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida:GuidebooksFlorenwerke, USA2664ocn000424439book0.79United States Geological Exploration of the Fortieth ParallelReport of the geological exploration of the fortieth parallelPeriodicals1125ocn005993165book18710.84Watson, SerenoBotany859ocn003417724book18810.86Eaton, Daniel CadyBeautiful ferns : from original water-color drawings after nature543ocn005703150book18780.95Rothrock, Joseph TReports upon the botanical collections made in portions of Nevada, Utah, California, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, during the years 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, and 1875362ocn001895434book18820.79Eaton, Daniel CadyBeautiful ferns365ocn020387806book18840.59Eaton, Daniel CadyThe Dedham Eatons from 1635 to the fifth generation : a report read at the annual meeting of the Eaton Family Association in Boston, October 21, 1884John Eaton, with his wife, Abigail, and two children (Mary and Thomas), immigrated from England to Watertown, Massachusetts in 1635, and moved to Dedham, Massachusetts in 1637. Descendants and relatives lived in Mew England, New York, Nebraska and elsewhere332ocn003397834book19000.47Alden, John EatonEaton family of Dedham and the Powder house rock312ocn007546002book18930.79Eaton, Daniel CadyPensions314ocn018934822book18770.76Eaton, Daniel CadyCalvin Selden, of Lyme, and his children; an address delivered at a meeting of the Selden family at Fenwick Grove, Saybrook, Connecticut, August 22, 1877Thomas Selden emigrated from England to Hartford, Connecticut. Calvin Selden (1763-1820), a direct descendant in the fourth generation, married Phebe Ely in 1790 and lived in Lyme, Connecticut. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York and elsewhere202ocn012712409book18730.98Eaton, Daniel CadyList of marine algae collected near Eastport, Maine, in August and September, 1873 : in connection with the work of the U.S. Fish Commission under Prof. S.F. Baird181ocn005856299book18850.90Hervey, A. BFlowers and ferns of America : from original water-color drawings after nature by Isaac Sprague, C.E. Faxon, and J.H. Emerton181ocn007702405book18800.98Eaton, Daniel CadySystematic fern-list: a classified list of the known ferns of the United States of America, with the geographical range of the species164ocn006096590book18960.94Eaton, Daniel CadySphagna Boreali-Americana exsiccata142ocn010897727book18960.94Woolsey, Theodore SalisburyDaniel Cady Eaton; a sketch146ocn017659195book18600.96Eaton, Daniel CadyFilices Wrightianae et Fendlerianae, nempe Wrightianae Cubenses et Fendlerianae Venezuelanae (nonnullis Panamensibus, etc., ex coll. A. Schott et S. Hayes interjectis) enumeratae novaeque descriptae103ocn058672121book18610.97United StatesReport of the secretary of war, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, Lieutenant Michler's report of his survey for an interoceanic ship canal near the Isthmus of Darien103ocn028459277art18920.97Rose, J. NList of plants collected by the U.S.S. Albatross in 1887-91 along the western coast of AmericaCatalogs and collections92ocn031561140book18780.98Eaton, Daniel CadyIntroduction to the study of Greek sculpture an address21ocn025742313book18951.00Setchell, William AlbertDaniel Cady Eaton, 1834-1895Bibliography12ocn177499437book1.00Wright, CharlesPapers of Charles WrightIncludes mostly materials relating to Wright's collections while on the North Pacific Expedition and the U. S. Commission in Santo Domingo. North Pacific papers include a journal; notes on plants collected during the expedition and immediately after, in Nicaragua; unpublished manuscript on plants in Japan (in Asa Gray's handwriting); and notes on Cape of Good Hope plants by William Henry Harvey. Santo Domingo papers contain draft of unpublished manuscript, 1871, "Flora Domingensis" with letter from D. C. Eaton and notes by Daniel Oliver11ocn851473711bookBrewer, William HenryCorrespondence : Brewer (William) and Engelmann (George)Records and correspondenceFolder contains original letters11ocn702153470mix1.00Farnam familyFarnam family papersHistoryCorrespondence, diaries, letterbooks, financial papers, writings, scrapbooks, and memorabilia of the Farnam family of New Haven, Connecticut, 1721-1929. The papers of Henry Farnam (1803-1883), and two of his sons, Henry Walcott Farnam (1853-1933) and William Whitman Farnam (1844-1929) form this collection. The papers of Henry Farnam include personal and professional correspondence concerning his family, life in New Haven, and the building of several canals and railroads in Connecticut and the Midwest. Materials documenting the New Haven and Northampton Company, Chicago and Rock Island Railroad, Mississippi and Missouri Valley Railroad, Northern Indiana Railroad, and Peoria and Bureau Valley Railroad is arranged here. The papers of Henry Walcott Farnam include personal and professional correspondence, financial papers, writings, subject files and scrapbooks relating to his family, life in New Haven, student and teaching experiences at Yale, membership in local, state, and national academic and reform organizations, and philanthropic activities on behalf of educational and charitable institutions. The papers of William Whitman Farnam include correspondence and topical files relating to family matters, Yale University, and New Haven Park Commission activities11ocn707101860book1.00Eaton familyEaton family collectionGenealogyObituariesRecords and correspondenceDeedsWillsConstitution and other materials relating to the Eaton Family Association; letters and cards exchanged between Virginia Eaton Chase Carver and Daniel Eaton, genealogist, with notes on the Eatons (1882-1894); letters from Elizabeth Whittier to Sally Dow (daughter of Cora Eaton); genealogical charts showing connections between the Eaton, Carver, Bernard, and Fellows families; correspondence of Silpha Eaton, Oscar G. Eaton, and other family members; deeds of Charles Eaton, Eliphalet Eaton, Nathan Doane, and others; photographs, wills, deeds, obituaries, and other papers of Sally Doane Eaton and Eliphalet Eaton; photographs, obituaries, certificates, estate papers, of Oscar Gilman Eaton and his 1st and 2nd wives, Adelaide Nichols Eaton and Marietta Lanpher McGilvery Eaton; copybook of Cora (Eaton) Dow; visiting cards; and other family papers11ocn851481113bookBrandegee, Townshend StithCorrespondence : Brandegee (Townsend) and Engelmann (George)GuidebooksRecords and correspondenceFolder contains original letters11ocn037810743book18761.00Weir, John FA statement prepared by the Director of the Yale School of Fine Arts for the use of the committee appointed by the Corporation "to confer with Mr. Eaton and the faculty of the Art school, and report."11ocn861708343bookEaton, Daniel CadyCorrespondence : Eaton (Daniel) and Engelmann (George)Records and correspondenceFolder contains original letters11ocn017641023book1895Britton, Nathaniel LordDaniel Cady Eaton11ocn040962720mix1.00Gray, AsaPapers of Asa GrayThe distinction between the two groups of papers reflects both their provenance and the way the materials have been maintained by the Gray Herbarium over the years. "Manuscript case" materials comprise mostly Gray's writings, and originally were probably a part of the Herbarium's office files. "Green box" materials are largely personal in nature, including correspondence of Jane Loring Gray and were assembled and donated to the Herbarium by her. Related material from other donors, such as Walter Deane, have also been included in this collection. The manuscript collection contains drafts of works both published and unpublished which Gray wrote for scientific and general audiences; reviews by Gray; notes for Harvard, Lowell Institute and various club lectures; account books, 1838-1891, for personal accounts and accounts with the Herbarium; and certificates, degrees and awards. "Green box" materials contain biobraphical information such as an autobiographical manuscript, travel journals, 1838-1839, other individuals' reminiscences of Gray and clippings, correspondence with family members, colleagues and scientific societies and serveral notebooks containing descriptions of specimens in various herbaria, mostly in Europe. Correspondence documents the lifestyle of upperclass Bostonians, and provides insights into faculty activities at Harvard as well as describing certain events such as the Wilkes Expedition11ocn052821773art1999Eaton, Daniel CadyBiography11ocn857932744mixCurtiss, Allen HiramCorrespondence : Curtiss (Allen) and Engelmann (George)CatalogsRecords and correspondenceFolder contains original letters11ocn702179370mix1.00Fitch, AsaAsa Fitch papersHistoryTwenty-one diaries, 1821-1879, of Asa Fitch, scientist and entomologist. The diaries reflect in considerable detail Fitch's life and thoughts from early adolescence through his education at the Rensselaer School in Troy, New York and the Vermont Academy of Medicine in Castleton, his career as a scientist and state entomologist in New York, and his retirement. Also included are papers and genealogical materials relating to other members of the Fitch family11ocn858976386bookDavenport, Geo. ECorrespondence : Davenport (George) and Engelmann (George)Catalogs and collectionsGuidebooksRecords and correspondenceFolder contains original letters11ocn702204754mix1.00Brewer, William HenryWilliam Henry Brewer papersCorrespondence, diaries, notebooks, lectures, articles, essays, genealogical materials, photographs and other papers of William Henry Brewer, scientist, teacher, and writer12ocn177498829book1.00Palmer, EdwardField notes of Edward PalmerConsists of brief lists of Palmer's plants and more extensive field notes for his plants. Includes two segments of notes: one set for Acapulco plants collected in 1894-1895 and one set for plants from the state of Durango, Mexico, 1896. Also notes by Asa Gray and Daniel Eaton regarding Palmer's collections11ocn843780383mixGray, AsaCorrespondence : Gray (Asa) and Engelmann (George)GuidebooksRecords and correspondenceClassificationFolder contains original letters11ocn071071841mix1.00Bessey, Charles EPapersHistoryArchivesSourcesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, letterpress books, notes, speeches, articles, photographs, records of the University of Nebraska Dept. of Botany, and other papers relating chiefly to botany, land-grant colleges, agricultural education, conservation, forestry, the development of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Bessey's associations with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Botanical Society of America, and the Society for the Promotion of Agricultural Science. Correspondents include Spencer F. Baird, Ernst Bessey, Frederick Clement, Edward D. Cope, John Coulter, Daniel Cady Eaton, William Gilson Farlow, Bernhard Fernow, Asa Gray, Byron D. Halsted, Conway MacMillan, Albert Michelson, Edward W. Morley, Edward S. Morse, Louis H. Pammel, Charles Horton Peck, Gifford Pinchot, Per Axel Rydberg, Charles V. Riley, Roscoe Pound, Adonijah S. Welsh, and Newton H. Winchell11ocn269373185book1.00Davenport, Geo. EPapers of George Edward DavenportContains mostly correspondence between Davenport and other amateur and professional botanists; about one quarter of the 340 correspondents are women. Subject matter is almost entirely botanical, and deals especially with ferns. Also includes seven drafts for articles which were never published, and photographs of ferns, including an album depicting Davenport's herbarium specimens and portraits of Davenport11ocn702154081mix1.00Williams, S. WellsSamuel Wells Williams family papersHistoryBiographyDictionariesRecords and correspondenceThe papers include correspondence (comprising over half of the collection), journals, manuscripts of Samuel Wells Williams's Syllabic Dictionary of the Chinese Language, and an annotated copy of the 1848 edition of his The Middle Kingdom, themes and lecture notes by Frederick Wells Williams, diaries, newspaper clippings, articles on China, maps, and pictures. The bulk of the correspondence relates to S. W. Williams, missionary, diplomat, and sinologue. The period between 1845 and 1855 has extensive correspondence with missionaries and with James Dwight Dana and Matthew C. Perry, whom Williams accompanied on his mission to open Japan and on his return visit in 1854. Williams's letters to friends and family comment on progress made and their reception in Japan. In 1856 Williams became secretary and interpreter to the American Legation in China and many of the letters refer to Chinese problems of the following twenty years. His correspondents include, in addition to Dana and Perry, Anson Burlingame, Hamilton Fish, Asa Gray, Frederick Low, William Bradford Reed, and William Henry Seward. The remaining correspondence covers the period 1885 to 1939, encompassing the correspondence of F. W. Williams, Yale professor, and Wayland Wells Williams, writerFri Mar 21 15:55:04 EDT 2014batch27996