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Southern nature : scientific views of the Colonial American South.

Author: John LawsonJohn BrickellMark CatesbyWilliam StorkBernard RomansAll authors
Publisher: [Philadelphia, Pa.] : American Philosophical Society, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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Online exhibition produced by the American Philosophical Society that looks at the southeastern reaches of the European colonies in North America during the eighteenth century as a means of exploring the development of American natural historical practice. Links includes descriptions of works dating back to 1683 through 1803 by John Lawson, John Brickell, Mark Catesby, William Stork, Bernard Romans, Thomas  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Lawson; John Brickell; Mark Catesby; William Stork; Bernard Romans; Thomas Jefferson; Thomas Hutchins; Humphry Marshall; William Bartram; American Philosophical Society.
OCLC Number: 54770633
Notes: Title from opening screen viewed Mar. 18, 2004 with Internet Explorer 6.0.
Included are brief descriptions of text covering Louisiana between 1683 and 1803: Louis Hennepin, Berquin-Duvallon, and Louis Narcisse Baudry de Lozières).
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Online exhibition produced by the American Philosophical Society that looks at the southeastern reaches of the European colonies in North America during the eighteenth century as a means of exploring the development of American natural historical practice. Links includes descriptions of works dating back to 1683 through 1803 by John Lawson, John Brickell, Mark Catesby, William Stork, Bernard Romans, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Hutchins, Humphry Marshall, and William Bartram.

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