Correspondence : Brewer (William) and Engelmann (George)
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Correspondence : Brewer (William) and Engelmann (George), 1863-1880.

By

Brewer, William Henry, 1828-1910

Genre

Book

Publication info

Notes:

Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from William Henry Brewer, for 1863-1880. The correspondence relates to employment by the State Geological Society. Effects of altitude and temperature on growing plants. Publication of Flora of California and Botany of the Western U. S. including requests for help from Engelmann with the plants he is most expert with. Work in Microscopic Fungi "rusts, smuts, mildew, etc." Ephedra used as a tea by prospectors and for medicinal properties.

Folder contains original letters.

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(Albert), , (Charles Christopher), , (Charles Lewis), , (Henry Nicholas), , (Josiah Dwight), , 1805-1886 , 1809-1884 , 1810-1888 , 1813-1887 , 1819-1896 , 1821-1886 , 1821-1890 , 1823-1890 , 1827-1910 , 1828-1910 , 1831-1897 , 1834-1895 , Abies , Agave , Anderson, Charles L , Bolander, Henry N , Boott, William, , Botanical specimens , Brewer, William Henry, , Cactaceae , California , Callitrichaceae , Callitriche , Coniferae , Convolvulaceae , Correspondence , Cupressaceae , Cupressus macrocarpa , Cuscuta , Eaton, Daniel Cady, , Engelmann, George, , Ephedra , Ephedraceae , Fagaceae , Fungi , Gabb, William M , Geological Survey of California , Gray, Asa, , Growth (Plants) , Hillebrand, William, , Isoetaceae , Isoetes , Juncaceae , Juncus , Juniperus , Kellogg, A , Letters , Liliaceae , Loranthaceae , Nuphar , Nymphaeaceae , Oenothera , Onagraceae , Parry, C. C , Picea , Pinus , Plant ecology , Quercus , Receipts (Acknowledgments) , Sequoia (Genus) , Thurber, George, , Utilization , Vitaceae , Vitis , Whitney, J. D , Yucca

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Engelmann Papers, Missouri Botanical Garden

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Archives Collection 1 RG 4/1/5/1

Language

English

Identifiers:

OCLC: 851473711

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@book{bhl135035,
title = {Correspondence : Brewer (William) and Engelmann (George), 1863-1880. },
volume = {Brewer to Engelmann, 1863-1880},
copyright = {Permission to digitize granted by rights holder},
url = {http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/135035},
note = {http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/67421 --- Incoming correspondence to George Engelmann from William Henry Brewer, for 1863-1880. The correspondence relates to employment by the State Geological Society. Effects of altitude and temperature on growing plants. Publication of Flora of California and Botany of the Western U. S. including requests for help from Engelmann with the plants he is most expert with. Work in Microscopic Fungi "rusts, smuts, mildew, etc." Ephedra used as a tea by prospectors and for medicinal properties. --- Folder contains original letters.},
publisher = {},
author = {Brewer, William Henry,},
year = {1863-1880},
pages = {191},
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