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The woods and by-ways of New England.

Author: Wilson Flagg
Publisher: Boston, J.R. Osgood and Company, 1872.
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Flagg, Wilson, 1805-1884.
Woods and by-ways of New England.
Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co., 1872
(OCoLC)441938015
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Wilson Flagg
OCLC Number: 1591409
Description: xviii, 442 pages frontispiece, plates 21 cm
Contents: Domestic scenery of New England. --
The primitive forest. --
The ash. --
Animals of the primitive forest. --
The azalea, or swamp honeysuckle. --
The Canadian rhodora. --
The pastoral and romantic. --
The willow. --
Rotation and distribution. --
The weeping willow. --
Vernal wood-scenery. --
The horse-chestnut. --
The catalpa. --
Forms and expression of trees. --
The lilac. --
The barberry. --
The Missouri currant. --
The ceanothus, or Jersey tea. --
Foliage. --
The tupelo. --
The hornbeam. --
The hop hornbeam. --
Insecurity of our forests. --
Orchard trees. --
Wayside shrubbery. --
The American elm. --
The English elm. --
Odors of vegetation. --
The cherry-tree. --
The dreary and desolate. --
The snowy mespilus. --
The chokeberry. --
The mountain ash. --
Relations of trees to water. --
The linden tree. --
Old orchards. --
The kalmia. --
Motions of trees. --
The tulip-tree. --
The magnolia. --
The picturesque. --
The locust. --
Relations of trees to the atmosphere. --
The holly. --
The spiræa. --
The hardhack. --
The hawthorn. --
Summer wood-scenery. --
The oak. --
Trees in assemblages. --
The white oak and other species. --
Homeliness of nature. --
The laurel. --
Clipped hedge-row. --
Trees as electric agents. --
The ground laurel. --
The bearberry. --
The checkerberry. --
Lily-ponds. --
The beech. --
The rustic lane and woodside. --
The chestnut. --
The sentiment of antiquity. --
The hickory. --
Relations of trees to temperature. --
The butternut. --
The black walnut. --
The whortleberry pasture. --
The hazel. --
The button-bush. --
The clethra. --
A summer night in the woods. --
The western plane. --
Beauty in nature. --
The myrtle. --
Relation of trees to the soil. --
The viburnum. --
Autumn woods. --
The cornel. --
Mountains. --
The sumach. --
The elder. --
Rudeness and simplicity. --
The heath. --
The andromeda. --
Trees for shade and salubrity. --
The rose. --
Wood-paths. --
The maple. --
The dark plains. --
The red maple. --
Seclusion and freedom. --
The white birch. --
The canoe birch. --
Relations of trees to birds and insects. --
The black or cherry birch. --
The yellow birch. --
The red birch. --
The Indian summer. --
The poplar. --
Sounds from trees. --
The Lombardy poplar. --
The trout-stream. --
The aspen. --
Relations of trees to poetry and fable. --
The alder. --
The witch-hazel. --
The ailantus. --
Spontaneity. --
Burning-bushes. --
The buckthorn. --
The privet. --
Wood-scenery in winter. --
The larch. --
The hemlock. --
Fine woods. --
The fir. --
Grandeur and sublimity. --
The spruce. --
Relations of trees to ornament. --
The northern cypress. --
The southern cypress. --
Thoreau. --
The juniper. --
The arbor-vitæ. --
The yew. --
Rural life in New England. --
The white pine. --
Agricultural progress. --
The pitch pine. --
Forest conservatories. The chestnut. --
The sentiment of antiquity. --
The hickory. --
Relations of trees to temperature. --
The butternut. --
The black walnut. --
The whortleberry pasture. --
The hazel. --
The button-bush. --
The clethra. --
A summer night in the woods. --
The western plane. --
Beauty in nature. --
The myrtle. --
Relation of trees to the soil. --
The viburnum. --
Autumn woods. --
The cornel. --
Mountains. --
The sumach. --
The elder. --
Rudeness and simplicity. --
The heath. --
The andromeda. --
Trees for shade and salubrity. --
The rose. --
Wood-paths. --
The maple. --
The dark plains. --
The red maple. --
Seclusion and freedom. --
The white birch. --
The canoe birch. --
Relations of trees to birds and insects. --
The black or cherry birch. --
The yellow birch. --
The red birch. --
The Indian summer. --
The poplar. --
Sounds from trees. --
The Lombardy poplar. --
The trout-stream. --
The aspen. --
Relations of trees to poetry and fable. --
The alder. --
The witch-hazel. --
The ailantus. --
Spontaneity. --
Burning-bushes. --
The buckthorn. --
The privet. --
Wood-scenery in winter. --
The larch. --
The hemlock. --
Fine woods. --
The fir. --
Grandeur and sublimity. --
The spruce. --
Relations of trees to ornament. --
The northern cypress. --
The southern cypress. --
Thoreau. --
The juniper. --
The arbor-vitæ. --
The yew. --
Rural life in New England. --
The white pine. --
Agricultural progress. --
The pitch pine. --
Forest conservatories.
Responsibility: By Wilson Flagg.

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