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The Resource American women afield : writings by pioneering women naturalists, edited by Marcia Myers Bonta

American women afield : writings by pioneering women naturalists, edited by Marcia Myers Bonta

Label
American women afield : writings by pioneering women naturalists
Title
American women afield
Title remainder
writings by pioneering women naturalists
Statement of responsibility
edited by Marcia Myers Bonta
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
508.73
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
QH45.2
LC item number
.B66 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Louise Lindsey Merrick natural environment series
Series volume
no. 20
Label
American women afield : writings by pioneering women naturalists, edited by Marcia Myers Bonta
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 247-248
Contents
  • Susan Fenimore Cooper: Summer -- Graceanna Lewis: Birds and their friends -- Mary Treat: Plants that eat animals -- Martha Maxwell: From on the plains and among the peaks -- Annie Trumbull Slosson: Experiences of a collector collecting on Biscayne Bay, part II --Katharine Dooris Sharp: The woman botanist -- Althea Sherman: The home life of the chimney swift, Down with the house wren boxes -- Elizabeth Gifford Peckham: Communal life, Ammophila and her caterpillars -- Alice Eastwood: Letter: May 7, 1906 in Portu Bodega -- Florence Merriam Bailey: Ruffed grouse, partridge; Long-billed marsh wren; Camping under the stars -- Anna Botsford Comstock: a dweller in tents --
  • Cordelia Stanwood: The hermit thrush: the voice of the northern woods -- Agnes Chase: Eastern Brazil through an agrostologist's spectacles -- Ynes Mexia: Camping on the equator; Three thousand miles up the Amazon -- Mary Sophie Young: Mary S. Young's Journal of Botanical explorations in Trans-Pecos, Texas, August-September, 1914 -- Edith Clements: Ecology and World War I -- Edith Patch: Marooned in a potato field -- Ann Haven Morgan: Mayflies; Fresh-water sponges in winter -- Margaret Morse Nice: The Awakening; On watching an ovenbird's nest; The Grandchildren of UNO and 4M. -- Nellie Harris Rau: Behavior of pompilid wasps --
  • Amelia Laskey: Watching a Carolina Wren's nest -- Caroline Dormon: Camping in the Kisatchie Wold -- E. Lucy Braun: the forest of Lynn Fork of leatherwood -- Ruth Harris Thomas: From Crip, come home -- Rachel Carson: Sea pansies, Basket starfish, The other road
Control code
30780033
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvi, 248 p.
Isbn
9780890966341
Isbn Type
(paper)
Lccn
94003664
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Purchased, 1997. With dust jacket.
Other physical details
ill.
Label
American women afield : writings by pioneering women naturalists, edited by Marcia Myers Bonta
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 247-248
Contents
  • Susan Fenimore Cooper: Summer -- Graceanna Lewis: Birds and their friends -- Mary Treat: Plants that eat animals -- Martha Maxwell: From on the plains and among the peaks -- Annie Trumbull Slosson: Experiences of a collector collecting on Biscayne Bay, part II --Katharine Dooris Sharp: The woman botanist -- Althea Sherman: The home life of the chimney swift, Down with the house wren boxes -- Elizabeth Gifford Peckham: Communal life, Ammophila and her caterpillars -- Alice Eastwood: Letter: May 7, 1906 in Portu Bodega -- Florence Merriam Bailey: Ruffed grouse, partridge; Long-billed marsh wren; Camping under the stars -- Anna Botsford Comstock: a dweller in tents --
  • Cordelia Stanwood: The hermit thrush: the voice of the northern woods -- Agnes Chase: Eastern Brazil through an agrostologist's spectacles -- Ynes Mexia: Camping on the equator; Three thousand miles up the Amazon -- Mary Sophie Young: Mary S. Young's Journal of Botanical explorations in Trans-Pecos, Texas, August-September, 1914 -- Edith Clements: Ecology and World War I -- Edith Patch: Marooned in a potato field -- Ann Haven Morgan: Mayflies; Fresh-water sponges in winter -- Margaret Morse Nice: The Awakening; On watching an ovenbird's nest; The Grandchildren of UNO and 4M. -- Nellie Harris Rau: Behavior of pompilid wasps --
  • Amelia Laskey: Watching a Carolina Wren's nest -- Caroline Dormon: Camping in the Kisatchie Wold -- E. Lucy Braun: the forest of Lynn Fork of leatherwood -- Ruth Harris Thomas: From Crip, come home -- Rachel Carson: Sea pansies, Basket starfish, The other road
Control code
30780033
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvi, 248 p.
Isbn
9780890966341
Isbn Type
(paper)
Lccn
94003664
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Purchased, 1997. With dust jacket.
Other physical details
ill.

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