2 edition of Microscopical observations made in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. found in the catalog.
Microscopical observations made in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
Jacob Whitman Bailey
Smithsonian institution publication 23.
|Statement||By J.W. Bailey.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to knowledge,, vol. ii, art. 8|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .S68 vol. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||s 13000009|
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Microscopical examination of soundings made by the U.S. Coast Survey off the Atlantic Coast of the U.S. (Smith-sonian Contrib. ii.) Washington, 4to. 15 pp. I pl. Bailey, J. Microscopical observations made in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
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Microscopical observations made in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. View Metadata. By: Bailey, Jacob Whitman, University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries. Acknowledgements. I thank Prof Dr R Schill (Stuttgart, Germany) for the invitation to contribute to this book and for providing Doyère’s dissertation; Dr H Dastych (Hamburg, Germany), who made some rare literature and illustrations available to me; Prof KI Jönsson, PhD (Kristianstad, Sweden), for a copy of Broca’s report; Dr R Lacher, Museum of German Enlightenment (Halberstadt, Germany Author: Hartmut Greven.
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Entry Sanitary Inspection Reports. Entry Reports Relating to Living Conditions at Army Posts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama. He afterward received command of the gun-boat “Unadilla,” and for nearly a year was with the fleet stationed off the coast of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and took part in the battle of Port Royal and in various expeditions along the coast.
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News and courier Book Presses, ), by South Carolina Bar Association (page images at HathiTrust). Trained as a botanist, Catesby travelled to Virginia inreturning to London in with an extensive collection of plants. This collection drew the attention of Sir Hans Sloane, who helped fund Catesby's second trip to Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and the Bahamas from to Microscopical Observations made in South Caro-lina, Georgia and Florida.
Smithson. Contri. Knowl. II, art. VIII, 48 pp. (3 pls.), The observations on Florida occupy pages The geological references occur on pages 16 the first relating to the limestone 4'0 miles west of Palatka, the second to a supposed infusorial stratum at.Full text of "Journal of the New-York Microscopical Society" See other formats.