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  1. Chemical field lectures for agriculturists. Tr. from the German. Ed., with notes, by James E. Teschemacher.
    By: Stöckhardt, Julius Adolph, - Teschemacher, James E.
    Publication info: Cambridge [Mass.]Bartlett,1853.
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
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  2. A concise application of the principles of structural botany to horticulture, chiefly extracted from the works of Lindley, Knight, Herbert, and others, with additions and adaptations to this climate. By J. E. Teschemacher.
    By: Teschemacher, James E.
    Publication info: Boston,C. C. Little and J. Brown,1840.
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
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  3. Essay on guano; describing its properties and the best methods of its application in agriculture and horticulture; with the value of importations from different localities; founded on actual analyses, and on personal experiments upon numerous kinds of trees, vegetables, flowers, and insects, in this climate.
    By: Teschemacher, James E.
    Publication info: Boston,A.D. Phelps;1845.
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
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  4. Horticultural register, and gardener's magazine.
    By: Breck, Joseph, - Fesseden, Thomas Green, - Teschemacher, James E.
    Publication info: Boston,G. D. Barrett [etc.]
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
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