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Cabot, James Elliot 1821-1903

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Pp. 233-246 in Carlyle's Laugh, and Other Surprises. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1909.

Cabot, James Elliot. I. Autobiographical sketch. II. Family reminiscences. III. Sedge birds. Boston, G.H. Ellis Co., printers, 1904.

Emerson, E. W. 1918. James Elliot Cabot. Pp. 260-268 in The early years of the Saturday Club, 1855-1870, ed. by Edward Waldo Emerson. Boston: NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 515 pp.

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. James Elliot Cabot: From the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, vol. XXXIX. Boston, 1904.

[Obituary]. Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, vol. 29 (1903-1904), pp. 649-655, 1904.

Simmons, N. C. 1980. Man without a Shadow: The Life and Work of James Elliot Cabot, Emerson's Biographer and Literary Executor. Princeton University Dissertation, 591 pp. DAI, vol. 41, no. 6, p. 2608-A, 8028661

Simmons, N. C. 1982. The "Autobiographical Sketch" of James Elliot Cabot. Harvard Library Bulletin, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 117-152.

Simmons, N. C. 1983. Arranging the sibylline leaves: James Elliot Cabot's work as Emerson's literary executor. Studies in the American Renaissance, 1983, pp. 335-389.

Primary works

Cabot, James Elliot. Sedge-birds. March, 1869, pp. 384-386.

Our birds, and their ways. Atlantic, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 209-216.

Papers, Harvard

Cabot, Louis
Dragonflies, MCZ

Barbour, Thomas. 1946. A naturalist's scrapbook. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 218 p.[p. 33]

Cabot, Samuel 1815-1885
b,d, Boston, MA
Sept 15, 1815-April 13, 1885
m, Hannah Lowell Jackson, nine children
Harvard College, AB 1836
Harvard Medical School MD 1839
Studied in Paris 2 years
Stephens-Catherwood expedition to Yucatan, ornithologist, 1841-42
Medical practice, 1843-85
Massachusetts General Hospital, visiting surgeon, 1853-84
Boston Children's Hospital, president

Most of Cabot's ornithological work was done before 1850, after which his medical interests absorbed most of his time. The bulk of his work dealt with Yucatan birds, but he wrote also on the rarer birds of New England.

AOU

Auk, vol. 3 (January), p. 144, 1886

Biographical dictionary of American science : the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, ed. by C. A. Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979, 360 p.

Gifford, G. E. 1963. Samuel Cabot, Jr. - "gentleman naturalist." Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 37, no. 3 (Spring), pp. 15-19? ; Reprint??

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 25.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, n.s., v. 13 (whole ser., 21), pp. 517-520, 1886. Bibliography

Cahan, Abraham 1860-1951
Connecticut birdwatcher. Writer and editor of Forverts, a New York Yiddish newspaper.

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Sorin, G. 1985. The prophetic minority: American Jewish immigrant radicals, 1880-1920. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 211 p.

Cahoon, John Cyrus 1863-1891
b, Harwich, MA; d, Collecting in Newfoundland; Professional collector and field naturalist; AOU

Allen, J. A. 1891. John C. Cahoon. Auk, v. 8, pp. 320-321.

W[ebster], F[rank] B[lake]. 1891. Horrible fate. Ornithologist and Oologist, v. 16, pp. 73-75. [about his death from fall from cliff].

Newspaper article about his death reprinted in Ornithologist and Oologist, v. 15, pp. 120-121.

References from: Barrow, Mark V., Jr. 1998. A passion for birds: American ornithology after Audubon. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 326 p. (p. 42).

Calkins, Gary Nathan1869-1943
18 Jan. 1869-4 Jan. 1943

Protozoologist at Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Call, Aubrey Brendon 1867-1901
b, Pittsfield, MA; d, Townshend, VT

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 113].

Canfield, Joseph Buckingham 1874-1924
b, Pekin, IL; d, Bridgeport, CT; Businessman

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 115].

Capen, Elwina or Elwin A.

Capen, Elwina. 1886. Oölogy of New England: A Description of the Eggs, Nests, and Breeding Habits of the Birds Known to Breed in New England, with Colored Illustrations of their Eggs. Boston: Mudge, 116 pp. 25 col. pl.

Capen, Frederick Mortimer 1872-1929
b, d, NYC; Note on Mass. bird in Auk

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 115].

Carey, John 1797-1880

Gray, A. 1880. [Obituary]. American Journal of Science, 3rd ser., vol. 19, pp. 421- Reprinted in Scientific Papers of Asa Gray, pp. 417-418.

Carleton, Cyrus 1834-1907
d, Providence, RI

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 116].

Carnegie, III, G. M.

A List of Batrachia Collected at Concord, Mass. Proceedings of the Thoreau Museum of Natural History at Middlesex School. 1 (1901): 31-32.

Carpenter, Frank
Curator, fossil insects, MCZ

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 293].

Carpenter, Horace Francis 1842-1937
b, Pawtucket; d, Edgewood, RI

Chemist, amateur conchologist and mineralogist

Published on RI mollusks

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

Who Was Who in America, 1943

Carter, Charles Moreland 1852-1922
b, Cambridge, MA; d, St. Joseph, MO; West west in 1875; Sports,man; wrote: Shooting in the Early Days (NE??); AOU

Carter, Mrs. Isabel Paddock 1871-1907
b, d, St. Johnsbury, VT; Died fortnight after marriage to Carter; Educ: Smith; Taught music; Curator, St. Johnsbury Museum; Member, Vermont Bird Club, Vermont Botanical Society; Scored bird songs contributed to Chapman's Warblers of North America; AOU

Carter, Robert 1819-1879

Carter, Robert. 1864. A summer cruise on the coast of New England. Boston: Crosby, 261 p. [First edition] ; [New ed.] Boston: Cupples and Hurd, xiv, 261 p. front. (fold. map) 1888.; Boston: Crosby and Nichols; NY: Felt, viii, 261 p. 1900.; Carter's Coast of New England; A new edition of a Summer cruise on the coast of New England. Somersworth, NH: New Hampshire Pub. Co. 219 pp. 1969. 1977

Carter, Robert.Letters from various persons, 1851-1898 (inclusive), 1851-1862(bulk).LOCATION: Houghton:b MS Am 1640

Carter, Robert.Letters from various persons, 1852-1882 (inclusive).LOCATION: Houghton:b MS Am 1921

Cartier, Jacques 1491-1557

Cook, P. L. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 140-142.

Case, George Reynolds 1840-

Catalogue of wild plants growing in Norwich and vicinity, arranged in the order of flowering for the year 1882. Norwich. 1883. pp. 12. 8vo Addenda for 1883, by W.A. Setchell.

Cash, Harry Alvin 1870-1928
b, Pawtucket; d, Providence, RI; Furrier and taxidermist; AOU

Cassino, Samuel Edson1856-1937
4 Jan. 1854-6 Nov. 1937; b, Salem, MA; Entomologist; Publisher of the Naturalists Directory

Who Was Who in America, v. 1.

Kisling, V. N., Jr. 1994. The "Naturalists' Directory" and the evolution of communication among American naturalists. Archives of Natural History, v. 21, no. 3, pp.393-406.

Castiglioni, Luigi Gomes1757-1832
3 Oct. 1757-22 Apr. 1832

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Pace, Antonio, ed. 1983. Luigi Castiglioni's Viaggio: Travels in the United States of North America, 1785-87. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 487 pp. [Natural hstory edited by Joseph and Nesta Ewan]

Staack, F. 1960. A journey into Maine. Down East, v. 6, pp. 22-25, 41, 43-46.

Ch

Chace, Fenner 1908-2004
Crustacea, MCZ

Spent most of his career at the Smithsonian Institution.

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 295].

Chadbourne, Arthur Patterson 1862-1936
b, Boston, MA; d, Washington, DC; Harvard College, 1885; Harvard Medical School, 1889; Member, Nuttall Club; Auk papers, 1886-1905; AOU

Chadbourne, Paul Ansel 1823-
b, Great Falls, NH or Berwick, ME; Williams, 1848; Professor, President,(?), Williams College; Botany; Durfee, C. 1860. History of Williams College

Appleton's cyclopædia of American biography. NY: D. Appleton and company, 1887-89, 6 v. [v. 1, pp. 562-564]. Online version in Virtual American Biographies, Virtualology.com.

Durfee, C. 1871. Williams Biographical Annals., pp. 153-154.

His herbarium was sold to Bates College and then may have gone to Harvard's Gray Herbarium with the included Chester Dewey collection. Story (p.70-71) in:

Fernald, M. L. Some early botanists of the American Philosophical Society. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 86, no. 1, pp. 63-71. Reprinted in part (pp. 7-11) in: Barbour, T. 1946. A naturalist's scrapbook. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 218 p.

Chadwick, John
Foreign shells

Dexter, R. W. 1977. The Essex County Natural History Society, 1833-1848. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 113, pp. 38-53 [mentioned p. 40].

Chamberlain, Chauncy Ward 1851-1930
b, d, Boston; Businessman; Member: Cooper Ornithological Club, Nuttall, Wilson Ornithological Club; AOU

Chamberlain, Edward Blanchard 1878-1925

Knowlton, C. H. 1925. Edward Blanchard Chamberlain. Rhodora, vol. 27, pp. 73-76.

Jones, D. A. 1925. Edward Blanchard Chamberlain. Rep. British Bryol. Soc., vol. 1, no. 3, p.181.

[Death notices]. New York Times, 4 (p. 21), 5 (p. 19), 6 (p. 17) February 1925.

American Fern Journal, vol. 17, pp. 141-142, 1927; vol. 18, p. 67, 1928.

Beals, A. T. 1925. Edward Blanchard Chamberlain. The Bryologist, vol. 28, pp. 43-50. Portrait.

Norton, A. H. 1926. Edward Blanchard Chamberlain. Maine Naturalist, vol. 5, pp. 100-105. Portrait.

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [pp. 8-9]

Primary works

New stations for Maine plants. I-II.

Chamberlain, Montague 1844-1924
b, St. John, NB; d, Boston, MA; Businessman, then assistant secretary of the Harvard Corporation & secretary of the Lawrence Scientific School; Interested in birds, 1870-1900, and Indians; Wrote on Canadian birds (especially NB), and revised edition of Nuttall; Published in Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick; AOU

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910)

T(averner), P. A. 1925. Obituary: Montague Chamberlain. Canadian Field-Naturalist v. 39, p. 20.

Champion, Merrill 1880-1963
b, Prince Edward Is.; d, Cambridge, MA; Harvard, B.S., 1902, M.D, 1906

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

Anon. Merrill E. Champion. Occasional Papers on Mollusks, 1945-1954, pp. iii. Portrait

Occasional Papers on Mollusks (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University), vol. 1, pp. 3-6. Portrait, bibliography

Champlain

Grant, C. 1950. Champlain - herpetologist. Herpetologica, vol. 3, no. 3, p. 104.

Champlain, Samuel de c1570-1635

Cook, P. L. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 149-150.

Channing, Walter
Boston physician, naturalist

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Kass, A. M. 1999. “My brother preaches, I practice”: Walter Channing, M.D., Antebellum obstetrician. Massachusetts Historical Review, v. 1, pp. 79-94.

A survey of botany in the United States. North American Review, v. 13 (1821), pp. 100-134.

Chapin, Angie Clara 1855-1937
b, Adrian; d, Ann Arbor, MI; University of Michigan, A.B. 1875; M.A. 1895; 40 years in Classics at Wellesley College

Published in Bird Lore

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 122].

Chapman, A. W.
Collected in White Mountains, ~1846

Pease, A. S. 1964. "History of Botanical Collecting in this Area" (pp. 33-40; with bibliography, pp. 41-50) in A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Cambridge: New England Botanical Club.

Chapman, Reuben A.
Founder, Springfield Museum of Natural History, 1859; Meisel 1859

Charleton, Leroy T.

Carleton, Leroy T., Henry O. Stanley & Charles E. Oak. 1896. Report of the Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game for the State of Maine for the Year 1896.

Carleton, L. T., J. W. Brackett & Edgar E. Ring. 1907. Report of the Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game for the State of Maine for the Year 1906.

Chase, Sidney 1847-1932
b, d, Nantucket; Businessman; AOU

Chesley, Charles Henry

List of plants found in Barrington and adjoining towns. Manchester Union, Jan. & Feb. 1898.

Cheney, Robert Francis 1875-1949
b, Lee; d, Southborough; M.A., Williams; Episcopal Theological Seminary, Cambridge, 1901; Rector, Southborough; Connected with St. Mark's and Fay School; A director, Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1920-1948; AOU

Chester, Webster 1876-
b, Noank, CT; A.B. (1900), ScD (1935) Colgate; A.M., Harvard, 1908; Instructor, science & math, Colby Academy, 1900-1902; Prof Biology, Colby College, 1903-; Lecturer, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1914-; Instructer, MBL, 1908; Anatomy and life history of Tottenia gemma

American Men of Science, ed. 1 (1906) and 6 (1938).

Chickering, John White, Jr. 1831-1913
b, Bolton, MA; Washington, DC; A.B. (1852), A.M. (1855), Bowdoin; President, Portland Society of Natural History, 1851; Botany Meisel, 1843

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910)

Wood, W. 1888. John White Chickering. Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History, 1888-1889, pp. 6-9.

Who Was Who in America

Childs, H. H.
Curator, Lyceum of Natural History of the Berkshire Medical Institute, Pittsfield; Meisel, 1823

Chittenden, Alfred Knight

Forest conditions of northern New Hampshire. Bulletin / Bureau of Forestry; no. 55. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Forestry, 1905.

Chivers, Arthur Houston 1880-
b, Amesbury, MA; A.M. Harvard, 1904; Instructor, Dartmouth; Ascomycetes

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910).

Chrysler, Mintin Asbury 1871-
b, Berlin, Ont.; PhD, University of Chicago, 1904; Professor, University of Maine, 1907-; Botany and plant anatomy

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910)

Churchill, Joseph Richmond 1845-
b, Dorchester, MA; Judge; Phenogamic botany; Botany in Coos County, 1889-1895; Pease, 1895

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910)

Knowlton, C. H. 1934. Joseph Richmond Churchill. Rhodora, vol. 36, no. 421 (Jan.), pp. 1-7, pl. Portrait.

Chute, A. P.
Plants in Tracy, 1858

Cl

Clapp, Cornelia M. 1849-1934
17 Mar. 1849-31 Dec. 1934

Shmurak, C. B. 1996. Cornelia M. Clapp (1849-1934) zoologist. Pp. 73-78 in Notable Women in the Life Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary, edited by B. F. Shearer and B. S. Shearer. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Librarian during early years of Marine Biological Laboratory.

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Clapp, William Frederick 1880-1951
d, Boston, MA; Molluscs, MCZ, 1911-23; Collection of New England shells in MCZ.

Published in Nautilus, 1911-30

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

Clench, W. J. 1952. William F. Clapp [Obituary]. The Nautilus, 66(1): 31.

Clench, W. J. 1953. William F. Clapp. Johnsonia, 2: ii-iii.

Dexter, R. W. 1976. Dr. Victor Sterki and some of his malacological correspondence. Sterkiana, 63/64: 65-76.

Clark, Dr.
Plants included in Tracy, 1858

Clark, Anna M.

The trees of Vermont. Burlington, VT: Free Press Association, 1899, 86 pp. (Contributions to the botany of Vermont V)

The trees of Vermont. Burlington: Botanical Department of the University of Vermont, pp. [33]-86, [47] p. ill. (Contributions to the botany of Vermont 5) Reprint of the 1899 ed. published by Free Press Assoc., Burlington, as Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin no. 73, plus interleaved pages containing notes by L.R. Jones, 1899??.

Clark, Austin Hobart 1880-1954
b, Wellesley, MA; d, Washington, DC; AB, Harvard, 1903; Smithsonian Institution, 1908-; Birds, Echinoderms, Lepidoptera

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910)

Who Was Who in America

Notes on the odors of some New England butterflies.

Some unusual and interesting butterflies from eastern Massachusetts.

Three interesting butterflies from eastern Massachusetts. United States National Museum. Proceedings of the United States National Museum; v.45.

Clark, B. Preston1860-1939
Member, Cambridge Entomological Club, ~1913; Hummingbird moths; Grandson of Charles Sumner

Arbeiten über morphologische und taxonomische Entomologie aus Berlin-Dahlem, v. 6, p. 188.

Mann, W.M. Ant Hill Odyssey, p. 115

Rehn, J. A. G. 1939. Entomological News, v. 50, p. 90.

Who Was Who in America, v. 1, 1897-1942.

Clark, C.
President, Phi Beta Theta, Amherst College, 1834; Meisel, 1822

Clark, Henry James 1826-1873
22 June 1826-1 July 1873
b, Easton; d, Amherst, MA
m, Mary Young Holbrook, 8 children
University of the City of New York, AB 1848
Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard, SB 1854
Teacher, White Plains, NY, 1848-50
Assistant to Louis Agassiz. 1854-
Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard (Adjunct professor of natural history, assistant professor of zoology, 1860-65

Microscopy, anatomy, histology, morphology; animals, some plants

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Biographical dictionary of American science : the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, ed. by C. A. Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979, 360 p.

Packard, A. S., Jr. 1877. National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoir, vol. 1, pp. 317-328. Bibliography

Tuckerman, F. 1912. Science, n.s. vol. 35, no 906 (May 10), pp. 725-730.

American Journal of Science 3 ser., vol. 6, p. 160, 1873.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, n.s. vol. 1, pp. 328-330, 1874.

Clark, Howard Lee 1857-1926
5/25/1857-11/3/1926

Collected at his residence , "North Farm", north of Bristol, Rhode Island. His collection was donated after his death to the Boston Society of Natural History.

J[ohnson], C. W. 1927. The Clark collection of Lepidoptera. Bulletin of the Boston Society of Natural History, no. 45, pp. 5-6. Also in Entom. News. 1928. v. 39, pp. 23-24.

Clark, Hubert Lyman 1870-1947
b, Amherst; d, Cambridge, MA; Amherst, 1892; PhD, Johns Hopkins, 1897; Echinoderms, marine invertebrates, MCZ, 1905-; AOU

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910).

Chace, F. A. 1948. Hubert Lyman Clark: teacher and friend, January 9, 1870-July 31, 1947. Allan Hancock Pacific Exped. 8: ii-iv. Portrait

Pattee, M. 1948. Bibliography of Dr. H. L. Clark's echinoderm papers. Allan Hancock Pacific Exped. 8: v-ix.

Primary works

Butterflies of Amherst. Amherst, MA:M.A.C., 28 p. (Bulletin of Mass. Natural history. v. 1, nos. 1-2, Apr.-May, 1884).

The birds of Amherst and vicinity: including nearly the whole of Hampshire County, Massachusetts. Introduction by C. H. Fernald. Amherst, MA: J.E. Williams, Publisher, 1887. 55 pp. ; Amherst, Mass., Press of Carpenter & Morehouse, 1906. 96 pp.

"My idea of God" - faith of a naturalist ... Boston Evening Transcript. Saturday April 25, 1936.LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology:MCZ-C.

Clark, John Nathaniel 1831-1903
b,d, Saybrook, CT; Teacher, probate judge, etc.; AOU

Clark, William Smith 1826-86

Observations on the phenomena of plant life: a paper presented to the Massachusetts Board of Agriculture. Boston: Wright & Potter, 1875, 111 p. ill. (From the 22nd Annual report of the secretary of the Mass. Board of Agriculture). (Physiology)

Clarke, Cora Huidekoper 1851-
b, Meadeville, PA; Address: Boston; Caddis worms, insect galls, mosses of New England, seaweed

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910).

Clarke, Daniel Allen

The commercial forest trees of Massachusetts. How you may know them. A pocket manual. Ed. 4. Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Company, State Printers, 1916, 66 p. illus. (Massachusetts. State Forester). 1916.; Boston, Wright & Potter Printing Company, State Printers, 1908.

Clarke, Grace M.
Of Montpelior? VT

Crane, C. E. 1942. Winter in Vermont. NY: Knopf. [pp. 151-153]

Course in Bird Study.

Clarke, Samual Fessenden 1851-
b, Geneva,m IL; Professor of Natural History, Williams, 1881-; American hydroids, alligator embryology

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910).

Calder, D. R. and L. D. Stephens. 1997. The hydroid research of American naturalist Samuel F. Clarke, 1851-1928. Archives of Natural History, v. 24, pp. 19-36.

Cleaveland, Parker 1780-1858
b, Byfield, MA; Harvard, A.B., 1799

Large shell collection used by A. S. Packard, etc.

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

American Journal of Science, ser, 2., vol. 26 (Nov. 1858), pp. 448-449.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 4, pp. 226-227, 1860.

Woods, L. 1960. Parker Cleaveland. 2nd ed. Brunswick, ME, 80 pp. From: Maine Historical Society Collections, vol. 6, pp. 375-435, 1859.

Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, vol. 31, pp. 9-10, 1883

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, 1364 pp.

Clench, William James 1897-
b, Brooklyn, NY; Harvard, M.S., 1923; University of Michigan, Ph.D., 1953 ; Curator, Molluscs, MCZ, 1926-1966; Hon curator, 1966- .

Bibliography: Publications by marine biologists and malacologists. http://www.fjas.nl/clench.htm

AMSVI

Baker, H. B. 1986. Remembering Bill Clench - from Bunny Baker. Nautilus, v. 100, no. 4, pp. 153-154.

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 297].

Johnson, R. I. 2003. Molluscan taxa and bibliographies of William James Clench and Ruth Dixon Turner. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, v. 158, no. 1, pp. 1-46.

Johnson, R. I. 2006. William J. Clench and Ruth D. Turner, with a personal perspective on the Department of Mollusks, Museum of Comparative Zoology. Sporadic Papers on Mollusks, no. 3, pp. 111-166.

Kline, M. C. 1986. About Bill Clench - from Mary C. Kline. Nautilus, v. 100, no. 4, pp. 152-153.

Fresh water shells of New Hampshire. Concord, NH: New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept., [1940].

Cline, Albert Collins 1892-

The virgin upland forest of central New England; a study of old growth stands in the Pisgah mountain section of southwestern New Hampshire. Harvard forest. Bulletin no. 21. Petersham, Mass., Harvard Forest, 1942. LOCATION: Harvard Archives: HU 612.5 vol.21

Clinton, George Perkins 1867-
b, Pola?????, IL; ScD, Harvard, 1902; Botanist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Connecticut Board of Agriculture; Fungi

Co

Cobb, Nathan Augustus 1859-1932

A list of plants found growing wild within thirty miles of Amherst. Northampton, MA: S.E. Bridgman & Co., 1887, 51 p. Hampshire County

Coburn, Louise Helen 1856-

Flora of Skowhegan and vicinity. s.l. : s.n.,1920 145 leaves ; 24 cm. Carbon copy of typescript.

Trees of Coburn Park. Skowhegan, Me.: [The Independent Reporter], 1928. 73 pp.

Smith, Grace Coburn. Louise Helen Coburn as seen through her poems. Skowhegan, Me. [1928?]. 19 p. ports.

Codman, James McMaster 1862-1925
Harvard, 1894; Harvard Law School?; AOU

Coe, Wesley Roswell 1869-
b, Middlefield, CT; PhD, Yale, 1895; Professor of Biology, Yale; Comparative anatomy and embryology; American Men of Science, ed. 1 (1906)II

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

Coe, William Wellington 1842-1885
b, Madison; d, Portland, CT; Banker; Published in Forest and Stream, Ornithologist and Oologist; AOU

Coffin, Dr. Edward L.
Founder, Lynn Natural History Society

Dexter, R. W. 1962 The Lynn Natural History Society (1842-1855). Essex Institute Historical Collections 98: 175-183.

Cogswell, Joseph Green 1786-1871

Ticknor, A. E., ed. 1874. Memorial of Joseph Green Cogswell. Boston.

Appleton's cyclopædia of American biography. NY: D. Appleton and company, 1887-89, 6 v. [v. 1, p. 679]. Online version in Virtual American Biographies, Virtualology.com.

Cogswell, William
Curator, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, NH, 1841; Meisel 1841

Colburn, William Wallace -1899 at 60
b, New Boston, NH; d. Springfield, MA; Dartmouth, 1861; Teacher & principal; AOU

The Birds of the Connecticut River Valley in Massachusetts. Springfield, MA, 1891. 24 pp. [with R. O. Morris] Reprinted from Auk, 1891, p. 384????

Colburn, William W. and Robert O. Morris [1846-1925] The birds of the Connecticut valley in Massachusetts. Springfield, MA: Clark W. Bryan, printer, 1891. 24 pp.

Our friends the birds.[Springfield, 1895]. pp. [9]. Park Commissioner's report. Springfield, Mass. 1894.

Colburn, William Wallace. (and Robert O. Morris??). Our local ornithology. A complete list of birds found in the Connecticut River Valley in Massachusetts. Homestead. June 39, July 7, 14, 1888.

Cole, Leon Jacob 1877-1948
b. Allegany, NY, 1 June 1877; d. Madison, Wisc., 17 February 1948

Largely known as geneticist at the University of Wisconsin (1910-1948). Teaching fellow, Harvard (1903-1905), Division of Animal Breeding and Pathology at the Rhode Island Experiment Station (1906), instructor in zoology, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale (1907-1910). Several summers at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole. Suggested idea of bird banding (1901). Led New Haven Bird Club committee to organize a banding program, winter of 1907/08 and the following year. Initiated American Bird Banding Association.

Cole, L. J. 1922. Early history of bird banding in America. Wilson Bulletin, v. 34, pp. 108-114.

Chapman, A. B. 1990. Cole, Leon Jacob. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Supplement II, ed. by F. L. Holmes. NY: Scribner. (v. 1 of Suppl. II, v. 17 of whole series.)

Cole, Samuel W. 1796-1851 nat???

Maine Board of Agriculture, 35th Annual Report for 1892. 1893. appx. pp. 30-31. (Agricultural Bibliography of Maine)

Cole, Thomas 1779-1852
Infusoria

Dexter, R. W. 1980. Natural history at the Essex Institute, 1848-1898. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 116, pp. 21-33 [mentioned p. 22].

Memorial History of Boston, vol. 4, p. 520, 1881.

Cole, Thomas. 1853. List of infusorial objects found chiefly in the neighborhood of Salem, Mass, etc. 1853. Proc. Essex Institute. v. 1, pp. 33-48.

Collier, Priscilla L.

Botany of Cohasset. Pp. 541-552 in A Narrative History of the Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, by? E. Victor Bigelow. Boston, MA: Press of S. Usher, 1898, xviii, 561 pp. Published under the auspices of the Committee on Town History. ; Pp. 541-552 in A Narrative History of the Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, by E. Victor Bigelow. Cohasset: Committee on Town History, 2 v. 1956.; Pp. 541-552 in A narrative history of the town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, by E. Victor Bigelow. West Hanover, MA: Halliday Lithograph Corp. 1970.

Collins, Frank Shipley 1848-
b. Boston; Tufts, AM, 1910; Seaweeds, North American algae; Fellow, American Academy; American Men of Science, ed. 1 (1906)II

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Setchell, W. 1925. Albert.Frank Shipley Collins, 1848-1920. American journal of botany, XII (January), pp. 54-62.

Setchell, W. A. 1933. Frank Shipley Collins, 1848-1920. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 68, no. 13, pp. 615-618.

The marine algae of Casco Bay. Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History, v. 2 (1911), pt. 9, 257-282 p.

Collins, George L.
President, Providence Franklin Society, 1852-54; Meisel, 1821

Collins, James Franklin 1863-1940

Fernald, M. L. 1942. Incidents of field work with J. Franklin Collins. Rhodora, vol. 44, no. 520 (April), pp. 98-147. pls. Bibliography.

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [pp. 9-11]

Snell, W. H. 1942. J. Franklin Collins. Rhodora, vol. 44, no. 520 (April), pp. 93-97. Portrait.

Snell, W. H. and A. M. Waterman. 1941. James Franklin Collins. Phytopathology, vol. 31, pp. 475-477. Portrait.

Corallorhiza innata and taraxacum erythrospermum in Rhode Island. LOCATION: Botany Farlow Library: Pam LOCATION: Gray/Arnold: Fl 74.5 C 69

Some interesting Rhode Island Bogs.

Fern genera [of the flora of Rhode Island.].

Preliminary lists of New England plants. XIX.

Papers of James Franklin Collins, 1884-1935 (inclusive). LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium:

Collins, Joseph Williams 1839-1904
b, Isleboro, ME; Self-educated; Chairman, Massachusetts Fish and Game Commission, 1899- .

Linton, E. 1915. Reminiscences of the Woods Hole Laboratory of the Bureau of Fisheries, 1882-89. Science, New Series, Vol. 41, No. 1064, pp. 737-753.[p. 749-750]

Twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans. Boston: The Biographical Soceity, 1904, 10 v. [v. 2]

Who Was Who in America, vol. 1, p. 245.

Collins, W. O.
President, Phi Beta Theta, Amherst College, 1833; Meisel, 1822

Coman, Dale Rex 1906-

The endless adventure. Chicago: H. Regnery Co. 1972, 185 pp. Reprinted: Camden, ME: Down East, 1972, 205 pp.

Mammals, reptiles and amphibians of Mount Desert Island, Maine. 3rd ed. Bar Harbor, ME: Island Wide Printing, 1987, 47 pp. Ill. by author and W.W. Frazier.

The native mammals, reptiles and amphibians of Mount Desert Island, Me. Bar Harbor, ME: Parkman Press, 1981, 30 pp.

The native mammals, reptiles and amphibians of Mount Desert Island, Maine. S.l., 1972, 32 pp.

Pleasant River. NY: W.W. Norton 1966 , 169 pp. Reprinted: Camden, ME: Down East Magazine, 1976.

About the Pleasant River valley, Washington County, ME

Comey, Arthur Coleman, 1904-1950??

Schriftgiesser, Karl.Skiing up Mt. Katahdin's ice and snow to its peak, Arthur Comey reaches Maine's highest summit by stiff alpine climbing - the first time the wintry slopes have thus been conquered. LOCATION: Loeb Design:ACC VF NAB 3636g25 Mai

A partial list of the summer birds of Holderness, New Hampshire. Wilson Bulletin, vol. 16 (1905), nos. 5-9.

Summer birds of New Hampshire, a partial list of the summer birds of Holderness, New Hampshire. [1904].

Papers of Arthur Coleman Comey, 1904-1950 (inclusive).LOCATION: Loeb Design:

Comstock, John L.
Founding member, Connecticut Society of Natural History (1845), Secretary, 1857-58; Meisel, 1835

Conant, Dr. Thomas
2nd president, Cape Ann Scientific and Literary Association

Dexter, R. W. 1973. The scientific period of the Cape Ann Scientific and Literary Association and its successors, 1873-1952. Essex Institute Historical Collections, vol. 109, no. 2, pp. 165-174.

Cook, Caleb 1836-1880
b,d, Salem, MA

Zool. Anz. 3 Jahrg. p. 528. 1880.

Dexter, R. W. 1970. Peabody Academy's Caleb Cook, the devoted. Biologist, vol. 52, pp. 112-119. Bibliography

Dexter, R. W. 1979. More on Caleb Cook's expedition to Zanzibar, 1860-1865. Biologist 61(1): 11-15.

Dexter, R. W. 1980. Natural history at the Essex Institute, 1848-1898. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 116, pp. 21-33 [mentioned p. 24].

Cook, Harold Oatman

The forests of Worcester County: the results of a forest survey of the fifty-nine towns in the county and a study of their lumber industry. Boston: Wright & Potter, state printers, 1917. LOCATION: Botany Arboretum JP: Tbac C77 31045 LOCATION: Loeb Design: VF NAC 7630

Cook, L. G.

Starlings of Amherst, Massachusetts. Bird Lore, vol. 12 (1910), p. 78.

Cook, Mabel Priscilla

A list of plants seen on the island of Monhegan, Maine, June 20-25, Rhodora, vol. 3 pp. 187-190. 1901.

Cooke, Phineas
Curator, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, 1841; Meisel, 1841

Cooley, Dennis 1787-1860

Beal, W. J. 1901. Report of the Michigan Academy of Science for 1900, vol. 2, p. 108. Portrait.

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [pp. 11-12]

Floral calendar for the years 1815, 16, 17, 18, and 19; kept at Deerfield, Mass. ... one hundred miles from the sea coast. American Journal of Science, vol. 2 (1820), no. 1, p. 254.

Cooley, George Ralph 1896-1986

Howard, R. A. 1987. George Ralph Cooley (1896-1986). Taxon, v. 36, no. 3, pp. 696-698.

Howard, R. A. 1987. Some botanical reminiscence of George Ralph Cooley, 1896-1986. Journal of the Arnold Arboretum, v. 68, no. 4, pp. 471-478.

Howard, Richard Alden. George R. Cooley's plant collecting trips. MS LOCATION: Botany Arnold (Cambr.):QK61.H69 1987x

Coolidge, Harold Jefferson 1904-1985

Assistant curator of mammals, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, 1929-1946; Associate in mammalogy at Harvard from 1946-70.
Executive director, Pacific Science Board, National Academy of Sciences, 1946-70.
Honorary president of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), 1972- .
Mainly a primatologist

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 312].

Cevasco, G. A. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 166-168.

A tribute to Harold Jefferson Coolidge. The Environmentalist, v. 5, no. 2, (June, 1985), pp. 83-84

Papers of Harold Jefferson Coolidge, 1904-1985 (inclusive)
Finding aid available in repository
73.8 cubic feet in 223 containers
Location: Harvard Archives

Cooper, Gerald P.?

A biological survey of 31 lakes & ponds of the upper Saco River & Sebago Lake drainage systems in Maine. A report. [Augusta] Maine: Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Game, 1939, 147 p. illus. plates, tables, diagrs (part fold). (Maine. Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Game. Fish survey report no. 2)

A biological survey of the waters of York County, and the southern part of Cumberland County, Maine. [Augusta] Maine, 1939, 58 p. illus. fold. chart, tables 2. (Maine. Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Game. Fish survey report no. 1)

Cooper, Joseph.

Letter ... on the Hession Fly and the early white wheat. Mass. Soc. Promoting Agri. Papers, 1799, pp. 26-28.

Copeland, Manton 1881-
b. Brunswick, ME; PhD Harvard 08; Biology, Bowdoin, 1908-; Ecology of birds and mammals; article on mammals with Alton Pope, 1917; Norton, Mammals of Portland

Published in Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

Dexter, R. W. 1986. Two centuries of naturalists on Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 122, no. 3, 246-258 [mentioned p. 255].

Notes on Maine mammals. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, vol. 30 (1917), pp. 159-160.

Notes on the mammals of Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 25:157-162.

The saga of Cape Ann, by Melvin T. Copeland & Elliott C. Rogers. Freeport, Me., Bond Wheelwright Co., 1960.

Cornelius, Elias 1794-1832

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 5, p. 431.

Correa de Serra, Joseph Francisco 1750-1823
b, Serpa; d, Caldas, Portugal; Member of the Friday Evening Club in Boston; [Putnam, J.J. Memoir of Dr. James Jackson]

Appleton's cyclopædia of American biography. NY: D. Appleton and company, 1887-89, 6 v. [v. 1, p. 746]. Online version in Virtual American Biographies, Virtualology.com.

Davis, R. B. 1993. The Abbé Correa in America, 1812-1820. New preface by Gordon S. Wood, new afterward by L. Bourdon. Providence, RI: Gavea-Brown., 375 pp. Reprint of Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 45, no. 2, 1955.

Cory, Charles Barney 1857-1921
Lawrence Scientific School; 31 Jan. 1857-29 July 1921; b. Boston; d. Chicago?; AOU

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Chapman, F. M. 1933. [anecdotes], pp. 53-55 in Autobiography of a Bird-Lover. NY: D. Appleton-Century

A naturalist in the Magdalen Islands. Ill. by the author. Boston, 1878, iv + 93 pp., front., plate, figs.

How to know the ducks, geese and swans of North America. Ill. by Edward Knobel. Boston: Little, Brown, 1897, 95 pp., front, figs.

The birds of eastern North America, Part I, Water birds, Part II, Land birds Chicago: Field Columbian Museum, 1899, ix + 142 pp., front, figs.; ix + pp.131-387, front., figs. Also: 1900.

Catalogue of the birds of the Americas and adjacent islands. With Charles E. Hellmayr and Boardman Conover. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History (Zoological Series, vol. XIII), 1918-1949. In 15 installments.

Coues, Elliott 1842-1899
b, Portsmouth, NH; d, Baltimore, MD; Columbia, M.D., 1863, Ph.D., 1869

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

Brodhead, M. J. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 173-175.

Who Was Who in America

A list of the birds of New England. Salem, MA: Essex Institute, 1868. (reprinted from: Catalogue of the birds of North America contained in the museum of the Essex Institute; with which is incorporated a list of the birds of New

Catalogue of the birds of North America contained in the Museum of the Essex Institute; with which is incorporated A List of the Birds of New England. With brief Critical and Field Notes. [Salem?, Mass., 1868].

Counce, B. W.
Report of Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries of State of Maine, 1891; Kendall, 1914. Fishes of Maine

Courtis, Ambrose S. 1798-1836

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Memoir, p. 26-27.

Couthouy, Joseph Pitty 1808-1864
Boston, MA; d, Louisiana (in battle); Member, Boston Society of Natural History; Gifford-Storer

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

Dall, W.H. 1888. Some American conchologists. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, v. 4, pp. 95-134.

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Memoir, pp. 134-135.

Bartlett, H. H. 1940. Reports of Wilkes Expedition. Gould's "Molluscs and Shells" vol. XII. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 82, no. 5, pp. 650-655.

Geiser, S.W. 1957. Joseph Pitty Couthouy (1808-64) in Texas. Field & Laboratory, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 99-104. [chronology of his life, p. 104]

Johnson, R. I. 1946. Joseph Pitty Couthouy - a bibliography and catalogue of his species. Occasional Papers on Molluscs, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, vol. 1, no. 5, pp. 33-40. Bibliography.

Couthouy, Joseph Pitty. Descriptions of new species of Mollusca and shells, with remarks on several polypi, &c. found in Massachusetts Bay. Charlestown [Mass.]: Aurora Press, 1838.

Cr

Cram, William Everett 1871-

Little beasts of field & wood. Boston, Small, Maynard and Company, 1899, 261 p.
2d ed., 1901.

More little beasts of field and wood. Boston : Small, Maynard, 1912, 303 p.

The winter birds of New England. New England Magazine, vol. 13 (1896), pp. 547-554.

Crane, J.

Mammals of Hampshire County, Massachusetts. Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 12 (1931), pp. 267-273.

Crosby, Dixi
Curator, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, NH, 1841; Meisel, 1841

Cross, Albert Ashley 1877-1940
b,d, Huntington, MA; Pharmacy; Reported to Forbush; AOU

Crotch, G. R.

Cruickshank, A. D.

Summer birds of Lincoln County, Maine. NY: National Audubon Society, 1950, 51 pp.

Cu

Cudworth, Warren Handell 1877-1927
b, Freetown, MA; d. Norwood, MA; Proof reader, Classicist; Book collector; No publications

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 154].

Cummings, Prof Clara Eaton 1855-1906
b, Plymouth, NY; Botany, Wellesley, 1879-1906; Lichens

American Men of Science, ed. 1 (1906).

[Obituary]. The Bryologist, vol. 10, pp. 33-34, 1907.

Fink, B. 1907. A memoir of Clara E. Cummings. The Bryologist, vol. 10, pp. 37-41. Portrait.

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [pp. 12-13]

Riddle, L. W. 1912. An enumeration of lichens collected by Clara Eaton Cummings in Jamaica-I. Mycologia, v.4:3, p.125-140.

Cummings, Emma Gertrude 1856-1940
b, Cambridge; d, Westfield, MA; also lived in Brookline; Educ: Boston Art School; Baby Pathfinder to the Birds; Brookline Trees, a map of the important trees of Brookline; Botany; AOU; obit. Auk, v. 60, pp. 316-317, 1943

Brookline's trees; a history of the Committee for planting trees of Brookline, Massachusetts and a record of some of its trees. Brookline, MA: The Brookline historical society and the Committee for planting trees, 1938. 97 pp. pl. Includes "The hurricane of September 21, 1938", by Daniel G. Lacey, pp. 85-88.

Trees in Brookline, Massachusetts, by F. C. Prince and E. G. C. Boston, MA: Macullar Parker Co., c1900. 8 p., [1] leaf of plates : col. folded map ; 19 cm.

Trees in Brookline, Massachusetts: map and index, by F. C. Prince and E. G. C. Boston, Geo[rge] H. Walker and Co. c1900. 8 + 1 p. (folded) maps.

Cummings, Morton Everett 1876-1949
b, Malone, NY; d, Reading, MA; Harvard, 1898; Harvard Medical School, 1901; President, Brookline Bird Club; Member: Nuttall Club, National Audubon Society, Audubon Society of Massachusetts, Audubon Society of Florida; AOU

Curtis, Mrs. Alice
Gave slide-illustrated wildflower lectures in the 1920-30s on Cape Ann.

Dexter, R. W. 1986. Two centuries of naturalists on Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 122, no. 3, 246-258.

Curtis, Charles Pelham 1860-1948
b, Winchester; d, Ipswich, MA; Educ: Paris, Cambridge; Lawyer & financier; "Patronal interest"; AOU

Cushing, Caleb

Cutler, Manasseh 1742-1823
13 May 1742 - 28 July 1823
b, Killingly, CT; d, Hamilton, MA
m, Mary Balch, 1766, at least 4 children
Yale College, A.B. 1765
Dedham, MA, teacher, 1766?
Merchant, Martha's Vineyard, 1766-69 (during this time admitted to practice as attorney)
Dedham, MA, studied theology, 1769-70
Ipswich Hamlet (from 178?, Hamilton), minister, 1771-1823
Practiced medicine, 1779-
Ran private school, 1782- (lasted over 25 years)
Army chaplain, 1775, 1776, 1778
Ohio Company, director, 1787 (Spent 1788-89 in Ohio)
Massachusetts General Court, member, 1800
U. S. congressman, 1800-1804

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Biographical dictionary of American science : the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, ed. by C. A. Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979, 360 p.

Blazier, George Jordan, ed. 1963. The Cutler collection of letters and documents, 1748-1925; letters and other memorabilia of Manasseh Cutler, 1742-1823, Ephraim Cutler, 1767-1853, William Parker Cutler, 1812-1889, Julia Perkins Cutler, 1814 -1904, and their relatives and associates, gathered and preserved by Mary Dawes Beach, cataloged by Mary Louise Otto. Marietta, OH: Marietta College, 102 pp.

Castiglioni, Luigi. Luigi Castiglioni's Viaggio = Travels in the United States of North America, 1785-87. 1st ed. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1983.
LOCATION: Widener: WID-LC E164.C3513 1983

Cutler, Manasseh. 1888. Life, Journals, and Correspondence of Rev. Manasseh Cutler, LL. D. 2 v. Cincinnati, R. Clarke & Co; Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 1987.

Dawes, C. Burr. Manasseh Cutler: Forefather of American botany and American botanical gardens. Columbus, Ohio Historical Center, 1972.

Dawes, Charles Gates. The Manesseh Cutler collection; comprising some ten thousand tenis, letters, diaries, journals, etc. 1762-1819. Moline, Desaulniers & co., n.d.

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Essex Institute Bulletin, vol. 12, pp. 88-89, 1881.

Humphrey, J. E. 1898. Manasseh Cutler. American Naturalist, vol. 32, no. 374, pp. 75-80.

Kennedy, G. G. 1916. Some historical data regarding the Sweet Bay and its station on Cape Ann. Rhodora, vol. 18, no. 214 (October), pp. 205-212.

Lawson, R. M. 2002. Passaconaway's realm: Captain John Evans and the exploration of Mount Washington. Hanover: University Press of New England, 157 p.

Manasseh Cutler, in Sibley's Harvard Graduates, edited by Clifford K. Shipton, vol. 16 (1972), pp. 138-154. Portrait

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 3.

Newcomer, L. N. 1960. Manasseh Cutler's writings: a note on editorial practice. Mississippi Valley Historical Review, vol. 47, no. 1 (June), pp. 88-101.

Peabody, A. P. 1887. Manasseh Cutler. New Englander and Yale Review, April, pp. 319-334.

Peck, T. W. & K. D. Wilkinson. 1950. William Withering of Birmingham, 250 pp., 52 pls.

Pulsifer, J. G. The Cutlers of Hamilton. Essex Institute Historical Collections, vol. 107, no. 4 (Oct. 1971), pp. 334-408, 1 pl.

Short, J. E. 1988. Essex County leaders and the Ordinance of 1787: A fresh look. Essex Institute Historical Collections, v. 124, no. 2, pp. 102-124.

Venturella, , K. M. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 184-186.

Waterman, L. & G. Waterman. 1984. Reverends, soldiers, and scientists: The Belknap-Cutler ascent of Mount Washington, 1784. Appalachia, (Summer 1984), pp. 41-52.

Primary works

Journal, 1788. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 14-15.

On the sea anemones of Swallow House or Cave in the rocks at Nahant, near Lynn, Mass. PPAN

Linne, Carl von, 1707-1778. Genera plantarum : eorumque characteres naturales secundum numerum, figuram, situm, et proportionem omnium fructificationis partium Editio novissima. Viennae : typis J. Thomae nob. de Trattnern, 1767 [4], xix, [1], 580, [44] p. ; 21 cm. (8vo) Library's copy has bookplate of the Boston Society of Natural History. Library's copy has mss. inscriptions of D. H. Storer and Manasseh

Cutler. Linne, Carl von, 1707-1778. Caroli a Linne, Genera plantarum : eorumque characteres naturales secundum numerum, figuram, situm, et proportionem omnium fructificationis partium. Editio octava post Reichardianam secunda prioribus longe auctior atque emendatior / curante Christiano Dan. Schreber. Francofurti ad Moenum : Varrentrappii et Wenneri, 1789 [i]-xxxii, [1]-872 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo) Copy formerly belonging to Manassah Cutler, with his signature and 13 p. of botanical notes.

Papers, 1712 1886 1 narrow box. A small collection of papers of Manasseh Cutler, clergyman, physician, congressman, and co-founder of the Ohio Company. Cutler's papers include deeds to lands in Ipswich and Hamilton, Mass., legal papers, a small amount of correspondence, a ms. almanac for the year 1764, and a small notebook containing a classification of animals. Also included is some correspondence of Cutler's son Temple Cutler, mostly in regard to the Ohio Company. Also, a few ms. reports of the Ohio Company in the 1830s, and the estate inventory of Rufus Putnam Cutler.

The Manasseh Cutler collection, 1762-1819. 1762 1819 76 v. (on 9 microfilm reels) : negative ; 35 mm. + 1 index guide (26 l. ; 28 cm.) From 76 volumes of approximately 10,000 leaves of manuscript material, including letters, diaries, journals, sermons, astronomical papers, etc. Microfilm. Evanstan, Ill. : Northwestern University, 1984. Inventory

Papers, 1776-1822. 1776 1822 3 boxes ; 1 1/2 linear ft. Botanical notebooks, manuscripts, and printed matter. Inventory in the repository. Ulrich, Dennis Nicholas. Manasseh Cutler: early American scientist. A thesis ... for the degree of Master of Arts, Department of History. Oxford, O., Miami University, 1974 127 l., typed.

Book of Astronomical Recreations, Salem, Mass. [n.p.] 1973 269 l. Two reels. [Reel 2, Natural history, Misc. documents] Microfilm of ms. in James Duncan Phillips Library, Essex Institute, Salem, Massachusetts. Essex Institute. James Duncan Phillips Library. Astronomical recreations. Natural history notebooks.

Extracts from an old unpublished journal. Hours at Home, Sept. 1868, pp. 455-465.

Selections from a note book of Manasseh Cutler, entitled "A description of the animals in North America taken from actual observations". Essex Institute Bulletin, vol. 29, pp. 120-127, 1897.

An account of some of the vegetable productions naturally growing in this part of America. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 1, pp. 396-493, 1784. Reprinted in Bulletin of the Lloyd Library of Botany, Pharmacy and Materia Medica, no. 7. Reproduction series, no. 4. Cincinnati, OH: J. U. & C. G. Lloyd, 1903. [Preface, 8 pp., portrait]

An account of some of the vegetable productions naturally growing in this part of America, botaniclly arranged. Columbian Magazine, v. 1 (1787), 431-

Observations on a singular natural production, in which one part appears to be a plant and the other an insect, accompanied with a specimen. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 3, pt. 1, pp. 161-164, 1 pl., 1809.

List of trees and plants. In: Belknap's History of New Hampshire.

Botanical papers of Manasseh Cutler, 1782-1808 (bulk). LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium: Access to qualified researchers by appointment only. Available on microfilm (1 reel, 35mm.) to institutions and qualified scholars from Gray Herbarium Library.

Cutting, Hiram Adolphus 1832-92

Catalogue of the birds of Vermont.

The forests of Vermont, sugar maple industry, experimental farm work, cattle diseases, etc., etc. Montpelier, Vermont Watchman & State Journal Press, 1886. 180 pp. LOCATION: Botany Arboretum JP: Tbac C98 f 27677

Da

Dale, Samuel

A letter ... to Sir Hans Sloane ... containing descriptions of the mosse-deer of New England, and a sort of stag in Virginia, with some remarks relating to Mr. Ray's description of the flying squirrel of America. Phil. Trans. 39 (1738): 384-389. Abstr. in Abridg. ed. 1809, 8: 102-105; 1747 ed. 9: 78, 84-87.

Dale, Thomas Nelson 1845-
b, NY, NY; hon. AM, Williams, 1896; Williams, 1893-1901; USGS 1885-; Geologist; Botanist?

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

Dall, William Healey,1845-1927
21 Aug. 1845-27 Mar. 1927

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Bartsch, P., H. A. Rehder and B. E. Shields. 1946. A bibliography and short biographical sketch of William Healey Dall. Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 104, no. 15, 96 pp. Port.

Boss, Kenneth J., Joseph Rosewater and Florence A. Ruhoff. 1968. The zoological taxa of William Healey Dall. United States National Museum. Bulletin no. 287, 427 p.

Herron, E. A. 1958. First scientist of Alaska: William Healey Dall, born August 21, 1845--died March 27, 1927. NY: J. Messner, 192 p.

Nautilus, 1927. V. 41.

Parker G. H. 1950. A vacation portrait of the American naturalist W. H. Dall. American Naturalist, v. 84 (816): 221-224.

Reproduces a portrait painted of Dall during one of the summer vacations he habitually spent at the Half-Way House at Jaffrey, NH.

Woodring, W. P. 1958. William Healey Dall, August 21, 1845-March 27, 1927. National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Biographical memoirs, v. 31, 4th memoir, p. [92]-113. Port.

Dame, Lorin Low 1838-1903
Morss, C. H. 1903. Lorin Low Dame, 1838-1903. Medford Historical Register, v. 6, no. 2 (April), pp. 25-38. Port. frontis.

Collins, F. S. 1903. Lorin Low Dame. Rhodora, v. 5, no. 53, pp. 121-123. Portrait.

Manuscript notes used as foundation for flora of Middlesex County, Massachusetts. v. 1. Polypetalae -- v. 2. Gamopetalae and Apetalae -- v. 3. Gymnosperms and Endogens -- v. 4. Cryptogams -- v. 5. Names omitted from printed list, by L. L. Dame and F. S. Collins.

Flora of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, by L. L. Dame and F. S. Collins. Malden: Middlesex Institute, 1888, 19, 3-9, 201 p. double map.

Handbook of the trees of New England, with ranges throughout the United States and Canada, by Lorin L. Dame and Henry Brooks; plates from original drawings by Elizabeth Gleason Bigelow. Boston, Ginn, 1901, xvii,196 pp.; Boston, Ginn & company. 1904, xv, 196 p. plates. 19 cm.; With a new table of changes in nomenclature by E.S. NY: Dover Publications [1972] xx, 196 p.

Typical elms and other trees of Massachusetts. Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1890. LOCATION: Botany Farlow Library: + D157t LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium: Fol. 3 D18 LOCATION: Houghton: For 1522.5* LOCATION: Loeb Design: oversize NAB 2177 D18

Damsell, Benjamin F. 1854-1911
Amesbury

Allen, G. M. 1913. An Essex County ornithologist. Auk, vol. 30, no. 1 (January), pp. 19-29.

Dana, James Dwight1813-1895
12 Feb. 1813-14 Apr. 1895; Crustacea, Zoophytes

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

McNamara, P. J. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 189-191.

Rodgers, J., ed. 1997. James Dwight Dana: A special issue in honor of James Dwight Dana. American Journal of Science, v. 297, no. 3, pp. 273- .

Dana, James Freeman 1793-1827

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements), article by N., L. C.

Dana, Mrs. Otis
Shells

Dexter, R. W. 1986. Two centuries of naturalists on Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 122, no. 3, 246-258 [mentioned p. 257].

Dana, Mrs. William Starr see Parsons, Frances Theodora

Darling, Nancy 1862-1932

Plants of Hartland, Vermont. St. Albans?: Charles S. Forbes?, Vermonter, 1905 or 1913? p. [44]-50.

Davenport, Elizabeth Braxton 1845-1934
b, Philadelphia, PA; d, Brattleboro, VT; Married A. C. Davenport of Sunderland, VT, in 1862; Member:AAAS, American Fern Society, American Museum of Natural History, Biological Society of Washington, Green Mountain Club, National Association of Audubon Societies, Torrey Botanical Club, Vermont Botanical Club

P., T. S. 1935. [Obituary]. Auk, vol. 52 (July), p. 355.

Birds of Windham and Bennington Counties. Burlington: Vermont Bird Club Bulletin no. 2 (1907), pp. 5-14.

Davenport, George Edward 1833-1907 or 08
b, Boston; Educ: Boston schools; School Committee, Medford, 1892-; American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, New England Botanical Club, Torrey Botanical Club; Ferns

American Men of Science, ed. 1 (1906).

Collins, F. S. 1908. George Edward Davenport. Rhodora, vol. 10, no. 109 (Jan.), pp. 1-9. Portrait, bibliography.

Weatherby, C. A. 1924. Another Davenport fern herbarium. Rhodora, vol. 26, no. 303 (March), pp. 49-55.

Primary works

Catalogue of North American ferns in the herbarium, presented to the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. 1875. 3 pp.

Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns north of Mexico. Salem. 1879. pp. 42.

Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns, north of Mexico : Massachusetts Horticulturel Society, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. : with names of donors and collectors, localities,geographical range, critical notes ... [S.l.] : Published by the author, 1879. 42 p.

Catalogue of the Davenport Herbarium. Supplement. 1883. pp. [43]-50.

Davenport, Dr. Herman E.
1st president, Cape Ann Scientific and Literary Association; Dexter, 1973

Davis, Mrs. Abby L.
Cape Ann Seaweeds
Also interested in land plants with her daughter Mrs. Mabel Barker.
Records published by A. B. Hervey and F. S. Collins.
Specimens in Peabody Academy of Science and Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical Association. Richardson, Dr. Dorothy. in prep. (1986).

Dexter, R. W. 1986. Two centuries of naturalists on Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 122, no. 3, 246-258 [mentioned p. 249].

Davis, Charles Abbott

Insects of Rhode Island [Coleoptera]. not paged. 1901.

A Check List of the Copeoptera of Rhode Island, U.S.A.. 2nd ed. 47 pp.

The Unios of New England. Providence, RI: Roger Williams Park Museum Bulletin no. 12. 1905. [10] pp.

Insects of Rhode Island. Providence, RI: S.N., 1901, 43 lvs.

Instructions for collecting and mounting insects. And a check-list of the Coleoptera of the state of Rhode Island, U.S.A. 2d ed. Providence, Pilgrim Press, 1902.; 3rd ed. 1904, 47 pp. Roger Williams Park Bulletin no. 1.

Check-list of the birds of Rhode Island. Ed. 2. Providence, Roger Williams Park Monograph no. 14. 1907, 8 pp.

Davis, Isaac
Founder, Worcester Lyceum of Natural History; Meisel, 1825

Davis, Hon. Judge John 1761-1847

The Athenaeum Centenary. Boston: Boston Athenaeum, 1907, portrait facing p. 32.

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements), article by K., H. W. H.

Kerber, Science in the Early Republic, p. 266-267. As Harvard UG, Davis was a member of the expedition to Penobscot Bay, passing through British lines by permission.

Gannett, E. S. 1847. A good old age: a sermon occasioned by the death of Hon. John Davis, L.L.D. ... Boston: William Crosby and H. Nichols, 42 pp. (appendix only)

Convers, F. Memoir of Hon. John Davis, L.L.D. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 3 ser., vol. 10. Separately published in 1848.

An address to the Linnaean Society of New England at the first Anniversary meeting at the Boston Athenaeum, June 14, 1815. North American Review, v. 1, no. 3, p. 316

Circa 1820 Judge Davis found Drosera tenuifolia in Plymouth and gave it to Prof. Peck for his herbarium. Bigelow, 1840, p. 131.

Davis, Susan Loring 1842-1913
b, Millbury; d, Newton, MA; Wife of Walter Rockwood Davis

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 162].

Davis, Walter Rockwood 1849-1907
b, New Ipswich, NH; Newton, MA; Business; Husband of Susan Loring Davis; Member, Appalachian Mountain Club

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 162].

Dawson, J. W.
Collected in Coos County, 1861

Pease, A. S. 1964. "History of Botanical Collecting in this Area" (pp. 33-40; with bibliography, pp. 41-50) in A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Cambridge: New England Botanical Club. [p. 35]

Day, Chester Sessions 1867-1944
b, Roxbury; d, Boston; Businessman & sportsman; Member: Algonquin Club, Brookline Country Club; AOU

Day, Mary A.
Librarian of Gray Herbarium in 1918

Robinson, B. L. 1924. Miss Day. Rhodora, vol. 26, no. 303 (March), pp. 41-47. Portrait.

De

Deane, George Clement 1854-1930
b,d, Cambridge; Member: Nuttall; AOU

Deane, Ruthven -1834
d, Chicago; AOU

The marsh and sooty terns in Maine, and other birds rare to the state. [Cambridge, 1880].

Deane, Samuel 1733-1814

Maine Board of Agriculture, 35th Annual Report for 1892. 1893. appx. pp. 10-11. (Agricultural Bibliography of Maine)

The New-England Farmer, or, Georgical dictionary: containing a compendious account of the ways and methods in which the most important art of husbandry, in all its various branches, is, or may be practised to the greatest advantage in this country. Worcester, MA: I. Thomas, 1790, 335 pp.; 2nd ed. 1797, 397 pp; 3rd ed. Boston, 1822, 532 pp.

Deane, Walter 1848-1930
b, Boston; d, Cambridge; Harvard College, 1870; Private school teacher; Assistant to Brewster, 1897-1908; Summered in Shelburne & Whitefield, NH, 1880-1930; President, New England Botanical Club, 1908-1911; Secretary, Old Cambridge Shakespeare Association, 1883-1925; Botany, ornithology; AOU

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

A[llen], G. M. 1930. [Obituary]. Auk, vol. 47 (October), pp. 601-602.

Pease, A. S. 1964. "History of Botanical Collecting in this Area" (pp. 33-40; with bibliography, pp. 41-50) in A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Cambridge: New England Botanical Club.

Robinson, Benjamin Lincoln. Botanical legacies of Walter Deane. Science, lxxii:459. 1930.

Weatherby, C. A. 1933. Walter Deane. Rhodora, vol. 35, no. 411 (March), pp. 69-80, portrait facing p. 69.

Primary works

Flora of the Blue Hills, Middlesex Fells, Stony Brook and Beaver Brook reservations, of the Metropolitan Park Commission, Massachusetts. Preliminary ed. 1896. Boston, C. M. Barrows, 1896. Reservation fold. map laid in. [Blue Hills; Essex County; Middlesex County]

Spare our wild flowers: an address delivered before the Society for the Protection of Native Plants, at Boston, Massachusetts, May 7, 1910. Society for the Protection of Native Plants leaflet; no. 19. [Boston, Mass.?]: The Society, [1910?].

Papers of Walter Deane, 1881-1929 (bulk). LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium: Access to qualified researchers by appointment only.

Dearborn, General Henry Alexander Scammell 1783-1851
Collected in Maine; Kendall, Fishes of Maine, p. 104; Associate member: Linnaean Society of New England; Collector of the Port of Boston; Founding president, Massachusetts Horticultural Society.

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 9, p. 323.

Article, Mass. Agricultural Repository and Journal, VI, p.272. [ref in Harris, 1862, p. 104]

Dearborn, Ned 1865-

A Preliminary List of the Birds of Belknap and Merrimack Counties, New Hampshire, with Notes. Durham, NH: New Hampshire College, 1898, 34 pp.

The birds of Durham and vicinity. An account of the birds known to have been found within twenty miles of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mehanic Arts. Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the mechanic arts. 6. Appendix. Thesis (D.Sc.)--New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. 121 pp. LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: A-D

Deichmann, Dr. Elizabeth
MCZ

Assistant for the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries. Moved to the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University in 1931 (curator (1942-1961) and curator emeritus (1961-1975). Worked on octocorals and holothurians.

Barbour, Thomas. 1946. A naturalist's scrapbook. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 218 p.[p. 47]

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Dempsey, J. H.

A list of the Araneida collected at Concord, Mass. Proceedings of the Thoreau Museum of Natural History, vol. 1 (1915), pp. 42-43.

Denslow, W. W.
Collected in Coos County, 1861

Pease, A. S. 1964. "History of Botanical Collecting in this Area" (pp. 33-40; with bibliography, pp. 41-50) in A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Cambridge: New England Botanical Club. [p. 35]

Denton, Sherman Foote

As nature shows them; moths and butterflies of the United States, east of the Rocky Mountains. Boston, B. Whidden, 1900.
LOCATION: Hilles: 595.7 4 Library has: v. 1-2

As nature shows them: moths and butterflies of the United States, east of the Rocky Mountains: with over 400 photographic illustrations in the text and many transfers of species from life. Boston: J.B. Millet, c1900.
LOCATION: Houghton: *44W-1592
LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: Microfiche Microfiche.

Denton, S. W.
Pages from a Naturalist's Diary. Wellesley, MA: Privately printed, 1949, 375 pp.; Bird collector (1880s) in California, Australia, New Guinea; Later, curator of birds at MCZ with Brewster

Hunter, Ethel Ambler. 1970. The remarkable Dentons of Wellesley, Massachusetts. New England Galaxy, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 3-14. Naturalists and lepidopterists, 1883-1910.

Denys, Nicolas 1598-1688

Redmond, T. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 203-204 .

Dewey, Chester 1784-1867
25 Oct. 1784-15 Dec. 1867; b, Sheffield, MA; d, Rochester, NY
m. Sarah Dewey, 1810, 5 children
m. Olivia Hart Pomeroy, 1825, 10 children
Educ. Williams, 1806
Berkshire Congretionalist Association, licensed to preach, 1807
Pastor, West Stockbridge, Tyringham, MA, 1807-08
Williams, 1808-27, tutor, then professor of mathematics and natural philosophy
Berkshire Gymnasium [a boy's high school], Pittsfield, MA, Principal, 1827-36
High School, later known as Collegiate Institute, Rochester, NY, 1836-50
University of Rochester, appointed at its founding as first professor of chemistry and natural sciences, 1850-1861, retirement as professor emeritus
Berkshire Medical Institution, lecturer on chemistry and medical botany, 1822-
Medical School, Woodstock, VT, lecturer on chemistry, 1842-49

Dewey was by vocation an educator. He developed laboratory teaching in physics and chemistry amd collections of plants and minerals for the Williams College museum. His studies of the sedges (Carices), published as "Caricography" in the American Journal of Science between 1824-66, was the product of his leisure hours. Asa Gray classed Dewey with John Torrey and Schweinitz in laying "the foundation and insured the popularity of the Sedges in this county." Dewey never drew together his work on sedges, although he did produce the treatment of sedges in Alphonso Wood's Class-Book of Botany (1845). In 1837 he was asked to prepare the herbaceous plants for the Massachusetts Zoological and Botanical Survey (1840). It is unclear whether Dewey's botanical intersts predated Amos Eaton's 1817 stay at Williams.

His herbarium came to Harvard's Gray Herbarium from Williams by way of Bates College. Story (p.70-71) in:

Fernald, M. L. Some early botanists of the American Philosophical Society. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 86, no. 1, pp. 63-71. Reprinted in part (pp. 7-11) in: Barbour, T. 1946. A naturalist's scrapbook. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 218 p.

Meisel

AB DAA TCBDNA Who Was Who in America

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

Appleton's cyclopædia of American biography. NY: D. Appleton and company, 1887-89, 6 v. Online version in Virtual American Biographies, Virtualology.com.

Biographical dictionary of American science : the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, ed. by C. A. Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979, 360 p.

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, 1364 pp.

Makers of North American Botany

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 6.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 8, pp. 25-26, 1868.

Gray, A. 1868. [Obituary]. American Journal of Science, 2 ser., vol. 45, p. 122-123, Scientific Papers of Asa Gray, pp. 345-346.

Durfee, C. 1871. Williams Biographical Annals, pp. 139-142.

Beckwith, F. 1912. Early botanists of Rochester and vicinity and the botanical section. Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science; vol. 5, pp. 41-42.

Anderson, M. B. 1868? Sketch of the life of Professor Chester Dewey, D.D., LL.D., late professor of chemistry and natural history in the University of Rochester. Proceedings of the University Convocation, held at Albany, N. Y., August 4th, 5th and 6th, 1868 pp. 121-132. Reprinted in Smithsonian Institution Annual Report for 1870, 1872, pp. 231-240.

Seelye, C. W. 1896. A memorial sketch of Chester Dewey, M.D., D.D. Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science; vol. 3, pp. 182-185.

His bibliography in:

Catalogue of Scientific Papers, 1800-1900. (London: Royal Society of London, 1867-1925, v. 2, 7).

A general view of the county (197 pp.). Part I of Field, David Dudley, ed. A history of the county of Berkshire, Massachusetts, in two parts. Pittsfield, Printed by S. W. Bush, 1829, 468 pp There is a 42 pp. catalog of plants..

Dewey, Chester. Report on the herbaceous flowering plants of Massachusetts, arranged according to the natural orders of Lindley, and Illustrated chiefly by popular descriptions of their character, properties, and uses. Cambridge: Folsom, Wells, and Thurston, Printers to the University, 1840.

Massachusetts. Zoological and Botanical Survey. Reports on the herbaceous plants and on the quadrupeds of Massachusetts. Cambridge, Folsom, Wells, and Thurston, Printers, 1840.

His MSS: University of Rochester (NUCMC)

Dexter, Simon Newton -1901
d, Seaconnet (Pt.??), near Providence, RI; Sportsman-naturalist; Accompanied L. Agassiz to Brazil, 1865; AOU

Dexter, Rev. Smith Owen

Trips with Charles Raven; "An Old Friend in a New World" in Charles E. Raven's Museings and Memories. London: Martin Hopkinson, 1931, pp. 75-90.

The birds of Westport. MS volumes at Westport, Mass. Library at Westport Point. LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: Houghton deposit MCZ 258 Many pages omitted. Library has: 2 v.

Di

Dickens, Elizabeth 1877-1963

Clement, R. C. 1959. Bird lady. Yankee (January). Printed (fully?) in Whitman.

Oldham, N. B. 1963. Providence Journal, 18 June. Printed (fully?) in Whitman.

Whitman, H. S. 1982. Elizabeth Dickens: The Bird Lady of Block Island. Cornwall, CT: Still Pond Press, 64 pp.

Wood, C. 1978. Rhode Island Audubon Report, Feb, March, April.

Dickinson, Emily 1830-1886.

Emily Dickinson's herbarium. A facsimile ed. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2006, 207 p.

Facsimile of a dried plant collection assembled by the young Emily Dickinson, with interpretive essays, catalog and index of plant specimens.

Dickson, Frederick Stoever 1850-1925

And the Wilderness blossomed. Philadelphia: H. W. Fisher & Company, 1901. 283 pp. On Norinamentook Is, Insley Lake, ME

Dimmock, George 1852-
b, Springfield, MA; A.B. Harvard, 1877; Ph.D. Leipzig, 1881; Private research, 1882-; Entomology: anatomy and early stages; Psyche, v. 37, p. 299. Portrait

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

Dix, Miss. D.

Gave T. W. Harris specimens included in Harris' list in Edward Hitchcock's Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts, 1833, 1835.

Do

Dodge, E. S.

Dodge, Pickering
Curator, Essex County Natural History Society, Salem, Mass.

Dexter, R. W. 1977. The Essex County Natural History Society, 1833-1848. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 113, pp. 38-53 [mentioned p. 43].

Dodge, Raynal, 1844-

The ferns and fern allies of New England. Binghamton, N.Y., W.N. Clute & Co., 1896, 51, front.

Dole, E. J.

Vermont Botanical Club. Burlington. The flora of Vermont An annotated list of the ferns and seed plants of the state of Vermont. Ed. by E. J. Dole. 3d rev. ed. Burlington, Vt., Free press printing co., 1937, 353 pp. For First ed. see Brainerd, E. etc. For Second ed. see Eggleston, George etc.

Donohue, James
Report, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries, 1909; Kendall, 1914. Fishes of Maine

Douglass, William c1691-1752
1691?-21 October 1752
b, Gifford, Haddington County, Scotland; d, Boston, MA
Unmarried
Medical study: Edinburgh, Leyden, Paris
University of Utrecht, M.D. 1712
Travel in West Indies, 1717?
Medical practice, Boston, 1718-52

Biographical dictionary of American science : the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, ed. by C. A. Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979, 360 p.

Bullock, C. J. 1897. The life and writings of William Douglass. Economic Studies, v. 2, pp. 265-290.

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Muse, R. 1948. William Douglass, Man of the American Enlightenment. Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University.

Weaver, G. H. 1921. The life and writings of William Douglass, M.D. Bulletin of the Society of Medical History of Chicago, v. 11, pp. 229-259.

Sparks, Jared, ed. 1854. Letters from Dr. William Douglass to Cadwallader Colden of New York. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, ser. 4, v. 2, pp. 164-189.

A summary, historical and political, of the first planting, progressive improvements, and present state of the British settlements in North -America; with some transient accounts of the bordering French and Spanish Settlements. Boston: Rogers and Fowle, 1747-52.

Dr

Draper, Wallace Sherwin 1851-1925
b,d, Wayland, MA; No publications; AOU

Drew, Elaine Martin (Mrs Howard Albert Drew) 1886-1952
b, Chattanooga, TN; d, Barre, VT; Attended Barnard College and Teachers College; Vice-president, Vermont Bird Club; Member, Granite City Garden Club (Barre), Green Mountain Club, Massachusetts Audubon Society, National Association of Audubon Societies, Northeastern Bird-Banding Association

Drew, Gilman Arthur 1868-
b, Newton, IA; Ph.D., Hopkins, 1898; Professor of Biology, Maine, 1900-; Instructor or Assistant director, Woods Hole, 1901-; Molluscs: habits, anatomy, physiology

Drew, Mrs. Howard P.
Bird bander; Of Barre, VT

Crane, C. E. 1942. Winter in Vermont. NY: Knopf. [p. 153]

Driggs, Alfred Waldo 1875-

Notes on the flora of Hartford, Litchfield and Tolland counties. Sept. 1. 1900, 12mo pp.[4]. Jan.1. 1901. 8vo pp.[4]. LOCATION: Botany Gray/Arnold: Fl 74.6 D83 x

Notes on the flora of Connecticut. Second series. Connecticut school document, no. 12, 1902 = whole number 219. Hartford: State Board of Education, 1902. 20 pp.

Drowne, F. P.

The reptiles and batrachians of Rhode Island. Roger Williams Park Museum Monograph, vol. 15, pp. 1-24, 1905.

Drowne, Solomon 1753-1834

Bailey, W. W. 1908. A forgotten botanical garden. American Botanist, vol. 14, pp. 41-43. [spelled Droune]

Gillingham, H. E. 1924. Dr. Solomon Drowne. Pennsylvania Magazine of History, v. 48, pp. 227-250.
Includes letters written while physician in Revolutionary army

Drury, William H.

Graham, F. Jr. 1993. Drury's legacy. American Birds, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 44-47. Portrait.

Nisbet, I. C. T. 1996. In memoriam: William H. Drury, 1921-1992. Auk, vol. 113, no. 4 (October), pp. 930-933. Portrait

Du

Dudley, Paul 1675-1751

Biographical dictionary of American science : the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, ed. by C. A. Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979, 360 p.

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 7, p. 175.

Sibley, vol. 4, pp. 42-54

Lord, E. 1892-93. Harvard's youngest? NEM vol. 7, pp. 639-648.

Primary works

An essay on the natural history of whales, with a particular account of the ambergreese, found in the sperma caeti whale. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. 33: 256-69 pl., 1725. Abstr. in Abridg. ed. 1734, 7: 424-431, pl.; 1809 ed. 7: 78-84.

A description of the moose deer in America. Phil. Trans. 31: 165-168, 1723. Abstr. in Abridg. ed. 1734, 7: 447-449; 1809 ed. 6: 515-517.

An account of the poyson-tree in New England. Phil. Trans. 31: 145-146, 1723. Abstr. in Abridg. ed. 1734, 6(2): 307-308; 1809 ed. 6: 507-508.

An account of the rattlesnake. Phil. Trans. 32: 292-295, 1723. Abstr. in Abridg. ed. 1734, 7: 410-412; 1809 ed. 6: 642-643.

An account of a method lately found out in New England for discovering where the bees hive in the woods in order to get their honey. Phil. Trans. 31: 148-150, 1723. Abstr. in Abridg. ed. 1734, 7: 403-407; 1809 ed. 6: 508-509..

Observations on some of the plants in New England with remarkable instances of the nature and power of vegetation. Phil. Trans. 33: 194-200, 1724.

Sherard, William. 1723. A further account of the same tree. Phil. Trans. 31: 147-148. Abstr. in 1809 ed. 6: 508-509; also in 1734 ed. 6(2): 308-309. under Dudley

Duncan, William H.
Curator, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, NH, 1841; Meisel, 1841

Dunham, Elizabeth M. 1872-1966

The Townsman, Wellesley, MA, 24 November 1966, p. 7.

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Durfee, Owen 1863-1933
b, NYC; d, Fall River, MA; Educ: Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1884; Business; Member: Nuttall, BSNH; AOU

Dutcher, Col. Basil Hicks 1871-1922
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Dutton, D. Lewis 1883-1929

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Dwyer, J.

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Eames, Edwin Hubert

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Earle, John Milton 1794-1874
b, Leicester; d, Worcester, MA

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Eastman, Sara Chandler 1838-1926
b, North Conway, NH; Portland, ME; School teacher; Reporter to Biological Survey; Member: Audubon Club

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 182].

Eaton, Alvah Augustus -1908

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Eaton, Amos 1776-1842
17 May 1776 - 10 May 1842
b, Chatham; d, Troy, NY
Williams College, B.A. 1797
Attended Yale University, 1815-1817
m, Polly Thomas, Sally Cady, Alice Bradley, Alice Johnson; 10 children
Teacher
Lawyer and land agent, Catskill, NY, 1802-1810
Prison for alleged fraud, Greenwich Jail, NY, 1810-1815?
Traveling lecturer, eastern NY and western MA, 1817-18??
Castleton Medical Academy, professor, 1820-21
Rensselaer School, later Rensselaer Institute, professor, 1824-1842

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

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McAllister, Ethel M. 1941. Amos Eaton, scientist and educator, 1776-1842. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 587 pp.

Dictionary of scientific biography, ed. by C. C. Gillispie. 18 v. NY: Scribner, 1970-1990.

Durfee, Calvin. 1860. A sketch of the life and services of the late Professor Amos Eaton. Boston: A. Williams and Co.

Merrill, E. D. 1946. The Amos Eaton Herbarium. Rhodora, vol. 48, no. 573 (Sept.), pp. 201-205. [at Yale University].

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Eaton, Daniel Cady 1834-1895
12 September 1834 - 29 June 1895
b, Fort Gratiot (now part of Port Huron), MI; d, New Haven, CT
m, Caroline Ketcham, 1866, 3 children
Yale College, B.A. 1857
Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard College, B.S. 1860
U.S. Army Commissary Dept., clerk and inspector of stores, 1861-64
Yale University, professor of botany, 1864-95

Grandson of Amos; Prepared ferns for Gray's Manual; Also marine algae and local flora; Collected in Coos County, 1858

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Eaton, George Francis 1872-
b, New Haven; Educ: Yale, Ph.D. 1898; Osteology, Paleontology

American Men of Science, ed. 2 (1910).

Eaton, John Wilkins 1901-1945
b, Boston; d, Portland, OR; No publications; AOU

Eaton, Richard Jefferson

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The spontaneous flora of an old house-lot in eastern Massachusetts. Rhodora. Vol. 60 (1958), no. 711, pp. [61]-73 [Lincoln, MA].

A flora of Concord: an account of the flowering plants, ferns, and fern-allies known to have occurred without cultivation in Concord, Massachusetts from Thoreau's time to the present day. Cambridge: Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, 1974, xiii, 236 p. ill. (Museum of Comparative Zoology Special Publication no. 4)

A few noteworthy plants from southern Vermont. Lancaster, Pa.: New England Botanical Club, Inc., 1932. LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: MCZ-G.

Lemna minor as an aggressive weed in the Sudbury River Richard J. Eaton. [Lancaster, Pa.: New England Botanical Club, Inc.], 1947. LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium: MH24 Ea 8

Eaton, Warren Francis 1900-1936

Summer birds of Vermont, particularly of the "Long Trail" through the Green Mountains. Joint Bulletin of the Vermont Botanical and Bird Clubs, vol. 11 (1926), pp. 53-63.

Eaton, Walter Prichard 1878-

Barn doors and byways. Ill. by Walter King Stone. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1913, xii + 300 pp. front, illus., plates (part col.).

Green trails and upland pastures. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page, 1917, xii + 303 pp., col. front., col. plates.

In Berkshire fields. Ill. by Walter King Stone. NY & London: Harper & Brothers, 1920, 4 + vii-xiii + 312 pp., col. front., illus (part col.), plates (part col).

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Eaton, Warren Francis 1900-1936
b, Weston, MA; Montclair, NJ; Educ: Harvard, 1922; Business; Moved to NYC c1924, to NJ, 1927; Fieldwork in Green Mountains; Member: Green Mountain Club, Linnaean Society of New York; Montclair Bird Club, New Jersey Field Ornithology Club, New Jersey Ornithological Society, Nuttall Club; AOU

Ec

Eckstorm, Fannie Pearson Hardy 1865-1946
18 June 1865 - 31 December 1946
b,d, Brewer, ME
Smith College, 1888
m, Rev. Jacob A. Eckstorm, 2 children
Brewer School superintendent, 1889-91
D.C. Heath, Boston, reader of manuscripts on scientific subjects, 1891-92

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

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Chapter on Maine Indians. Pp. 110-113 in The Maine Book, by Henry F. Dunnock. Augusta, 1920, 338 pp.

Ring, E. 1953. Fannie Hardy Eckstorm: Maine woods historian. New England Quarterly, vol. 26, pp. 45-64.

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Edwards, Vinal N. 1840-1919

Born in Woods Hole March 19, 1840, died April 5, 1919, both in Woods Hole. Collector for the U.S. Fish Commission.

See VINAL N. EDWARDS.

Galtsoff, P. S. 1962. The story of the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Biological Laboratoy, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Circular 145, 121 p. [pp. 13, 16-17, portrait, fig. 7 (p. 15)]

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Eggleston, Willard Webster 1863
Botany in Coos County, 1898-1901

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Addenda to the Flora of Vermont, by W. W. E. and Ezra Brainerd. Rhodora v. 6 (1904): 137-144.

Vermont plants, 1901. Rutland, VT: W.W. Eggleston, [4] p. (Includes: Mt. Washington plants).

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Ekblaw, Walter Elmer 1882-1949
b, Rantoul, IL; d, Grafton, MA; Clark University, Ph.D., 1926; Department of Geology, Clark University; Managing editor, Economic Geology; Founder/first president, Forbush Bird Club, Worcester, MA; Director/secretary, Worcester Natural History Society; Director, Massachusetts Audubon Society; Column in Worcester Sunday Telegram; AOU

El

Eldredge, Arthur Stuart 1860-1919
b, West Roxbury; d, South Lincoln; Farmed in Lincoln; had ranch in Texas; Knew Forbush

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 187].

Eliot, Charles 1859-1897
b, Cambridge, MA, d, Brookline, MA; 1 Nov. 1859-25 Mar. 1897

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Eliot, C. W. Charles Eliot: Landscape Architect, A Lover of Nature and of his Kind, Who Trained Himself for a New Profession, Practised it Happily and Through it Wrought Much Good. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1902.

Eliot, Jared

Thomas, H. 1958. The doctors Jared of Connecticut: Jared Eliot, Jared Potter, Jared Kirtland. Hamden, CT: Shoe String Press, 76 pp.

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Eliot, Samuel Atkins, Jr.
Northampton; AOU

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Ely, J. W. C.
President, 1854-55, Providence Franklin Society; Meisel, 1821

Em

Emerson, C. B.
Collected in White Mountains, 1819

Pease, A. S. 1964. "History of Botanical Collecting in this Area" (pp. 33-40; with bibliography, pp. 41-50) in A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Cambridge: New England Botanical Club. [p. 35]

Emerson, C. C.

Edward Hitchcock included birds from Emerson's report to the Boston Society of Natural History in his Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts. Massachusetts, 1835.

Emerson, George B. 1797-1881
b, Wells, ME; d, Newton, MA; Harvard, B.A., 1817

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp. [Seila emersoni named in honor by C. B. Adams]

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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 16 (1881), pp. 427-429.

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Memoir, pp. 235-237. Portrait.

Hay, I. 1994. George Barrell Emerson and the establishment of the Arnold Arboretum Arnoldia (Jamaica Plain). 54(3), pp. 12-21.

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Emerton, James Henry 1847-1930
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Emmons, Ebenezer 1799-1863
May 16, 1799-Oct. 1, 1863
b, Middlefield, MA; d, Brunswick County, NC
Williams College, AB 1818
Studied at Albany Medical College
Renssalaer School, graduated 1826
m, Maria Cone, 3(+) children
Lecturer in chemistry, Albany Medical College
Medical practice, 1827- , Cester and Willkiasmtown, MA
Lecturer in chemistry, Williams College, 1828-34
Professor of natural history, Williams College, 1833-59
Junior professor of chemistry, Renssalaeir Institute, 1830
Lecturer at Castleton (Vermont) Medical School
Geologist, New York Natural History Survey, 1836-1842
Custodian, New York state collections, 1842-51.
Professor of chemistry, Albany Medical College, 1838-51
North Carolina state geologist, 1851-59
Professor of geology and mineralogy, Williams College, 1859-1863

Although known primarily for his geological work in New York and North Carolina, Emmons contributed sections on mammals to the Massachusetts Geological Survey, 1833, revised edition, 1835
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Youmans, W. J. 1896. Pioneers of Science in America, pp. 347-355. Portrait.

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White, A. P. 1888. "Danvers." in History of Essex County, Massachusetts, ed. by. D. Hamilton Hurd. Philadelphia, PA: A. W. Lewis, 2 vols. [Samuel P. Fowler, vol. 1, pp. 553-556, portrait facing p. 553]

Catalogue of the Valuable Library of Samuel P. Fowler, esq., of Danvers, forming a very valuable collection of works relating to the history of America and England, early voyages and travels, ornithology and botany, treatises relating to witchcraft, and a choice selection of English standard books ... To be sold by auction ... April 27, 28, 29, 1887 ... Charles F. Libbie & co. Auctioneers. Boston: C. F. Libbie, Jr., printer, 1887, 120 pp.

Cope, E. D. "Bufo lentiginosus fowleri Putnam." Pp. 279- 281 in The Batrachia of North America. U.S. National Museum Bulletin 34. [Includes letter by. Fowler to F. W. Putnam, pp. 280-281.]

Memoir of Samuel Page Fowler. New-England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 46 (1892), pp. 339-345.

The Samuel Fowler House Our Second Acquisition. Bulletin of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, vol. 3, no. 1 (ser. no. 6), pp. 2-6, cover photo. [Built 1809, SPF's father's house, Danversport, side door on Liberty St]

Stickney, M. A. 1883. The Fowler Family: A Genealogical Memoir... Salem, MA: the Author. Pp. 190-193, portrait facing p. 190.

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Yankee Farmer, July 18, 1840

New England Farmer, June 2, 1841

Fox, William Henry 1857-1921
b,d, Washington, DC; Attended Sheffield Scientific School; MD Columbian (now George Washington) University; President, Yale Society of Natural History; Summer trips to New Hampshire and Tennessee, 1878-1887; Entomology; AOU

Fr

Francis, Nathaniel Atwood 1859-1921
b, Brookline; d, Boston; Harvard Law School; Member, Nuttall; Egg collecting trips to Texas, 1919-1921 with J. M. Priour; Kennard, F. H. Wilson Bull. v. 48, pp. 284-289; AOU

Franklin, Henry James 1883-1958
b, Guilford, VT; Buzzards Bay, MA; Massachusetts Agricultural College, Ph.D., 1908; Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, 1910-; Cranberry insects, Thysanoptera, Collembola

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

Mallis, Arnold. 1971. American Entomologists. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 549 p.

Tomlinson, W. E., Jr. and A. I. Bourne. 1958. Henry James Franklin. Journal of Economic Entomology, vol. 51, pp. 564-565.

Frazer, Marston Abbott 1860-1925
b, Watertown; d, Boston? MA; Name changed to Abbott M. Frazer, 1876-88; Member, Nuttall; Collected for Brewster and Cory; Records in Brewster's Birds of Cambridge; Prominent citizen of Brookline; Dealer in natural history objects and furrier; Notes in Nuttall Bulletin, one in Auk; AOU

Freeman, Miss Harriett Elizabeth 1847-1930
b, Boston; d, Newton, MA; Lived in Union Park for over 65 years; Botany, mineralogy, forestry, wildlife conservation; AOU

French, Charles Ephraim 1867-1932
b, Berkeley; d, Lowell, MA; Educ: University of maryland; Physician in Lowell for over 30 years

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 217].

French, Daniel Chester 1850-1931
b, Exeter, NH; d, Stockbridge, MA; Sculptor; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Member, American Academy of Arts and Letters; AOU

French, Mrs. Sarah E. 1816-1901

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [p. 26]

Waltham, MA, Daily Free Press-Tribune, 12 January 1901

Friend, Roger Boynton 1896-1962
b, Hyde Park, MA

Mallis, Arnold. 1971. American Entomologists. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 549 p.

Turner, N. 1962. Roger B. Friend. Journal of Economic Entomology, vol. 55, p. 422.

Frost, Charles Christopher 1805-1880
b,d, Brattleboro, VT; Shoemaker, Brattleboro, VT

Cabot, M. R., ed. 1921. Annals of Brattleboro, 1681-1895. Brattleboro, VT: E. L. Hildreth & Co., vol. 1. Charles C. Frost - The Learned Shoemaker, pp. 476-479.

Davenport, E. B. 1904. Recollections of Charles Christopher Frost. Rhodora, vol. 6, no. 62 (Feb.), pp. 25-27. Portrait.

Dudley, W. R. 1886. Charles Christopher Frost. Journal of Mycology, vol. 2 (October), pp. 114-118.

Eggleston, W. W. 1926. The early botanists of the Green Mountains, with an account of C. C. Frost's visit to Mt. Mansfield and Smuggler's Notch, August 12, 1851. Joint Bulletin Vermont Bot. Bird Club, vol. 11, pp. 19-28.

Halling, R. 1983. Charles Frost, Boletologist from Brattleboro. Bulletin of the Boston Mycological Club, vol. 38, no. 3 (October), pp. 7-9. Portrait.

Halling, R. E. 1983. Boletes described by Charles C. Frost. Mycologia, vol. 75, no. 1, pp. 70-92.

Jones, L. R. 1902. The Pringle and Frost herbaria at the University of Vermont. Rhodora, vol. 4, no. 45 (September), pp. 171-174.

Murrill, W. A. 1908. Notes on the life and work of Charles C. Frost. Torreya, vol. 8 (August), pp. 197-200.

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [pp. 26-28]

Fu

Fuertes, Louis Agassiz

Portraits of New England birds. [Boston] The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1932.

Fuller, Charles Anthony 1839-1906
b, East Corinth, ME; d, Brookline, MA; Businessman; President, Brookline Thursday Club

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 220].

Fuller, Dr. Charles B.
Cabinet-keeper, Portland Society of Natural History, 1862; Meisel, 1843; Author of anonymous articles on fossil walrus [Norton, A.H. 1930. Mammals of Portland]; Norton Auk obit

Winkley, W. H. 1893. Charles B. Fuller. Nautilus, vol.7 (September), p. 58.

Fuller, Henry Corbin 1839-1942
b, Worcester, MA; d, New Haven, CT; Educ: Worcester Polytechnic; Chemistry; USAA etc.; Member, Washington Biologists' Field Club; Baird Ornithological Club; Washington Academy of Sciences; Cosmos Club ; Chemical societies; AOU

Fuller, Timothy Otis 1845-1916
b,d, Needham; Businessman; Needham and White Mountains; Botany in Coos County, 1883-1900 [ AOU

Pease, A. S. 1964. "History of Botanical Collecting in this Area" (pp. 33-40; with bibliography, pp. 41-50) in A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Cambridge: New England Botanical Club.

Furbish, Catherine (Kate) 1834-1931
b, Exeter, NH; d, Brunswick, ME; 19 May 1834-6 Dec. 1931

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

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Keeney, L. B. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 293-294.

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Schwarten, L. 1971. Furbish, Kate, May 19, 1834 - December 6, 1931. Notable American Women, 3 vols., 1 vol. suppl. (1980). Cambridge: Harvard University Press, vol. 1, pp. 686-687.

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Ganong, William Francis 1864-
b, St. John, NB; AB, AM, New Brunswick, 1884, 1886; AB, Harvard, 1887; PhD Munich, 1894; Instructor in Botany, Harvard, 1889-93; Professor and director of the Botanic Garden, Smith College, 1894-; Morphology and physiology , natural history of New Brunswick

MSS: Field journals, New Brunswick Museum, St. John.

Bell, J. & G. Whiteford. 1979. Exploring New Brunswick with W. F. Ganong. Canadian Geographic, vol. 99, no. 1 (August/September), pp. 38-43.

Cittadino, E. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 299-301.

Mitcham, Allison. Three remarkable maritimers. Hantsport, N.S.: Lancelot Press, 1985, 139 pp. Ganong 98-128; bibl.136-139.

Webster, J. C., ed. 1942. William Francis Ganong Memorial. St. John: New Brunswick Museum. Bibliography, pp. 19-31.

Gardiner, Edward Gardiner 1854-1907
BS, MIT, 1882; PhD, Leipzig, 1884; Biology instructor, MIT, 1885-1892; Turbellaria

American Men of Science, ed. 1 (1906).

Garman, Philip 1891-1972

Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, CT. Worked on Odonates, mites, Oriental Peach Moth.

American Men of Science, 5th ed., 1933.

Obit: Journal of Economic Entomology, v. 65, pp. 1533-1534.

Osborn, H. 1952. A Brief History of Entomology: Including Time of Demosthenes and Aristotle to Modern Times with Over Five Hundred Portraits. Columbus: Spahr & Glenn, 303 p.

The Odonata or dragonflies of Connecticut. Guide to the insects of Connecticut, pt. V. Hartford, Printed for the State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1927, 331 pp.

Garman, Samuel 1843-1927

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [pp. 137-139].

Barbour, T. and D. S. Jordan. 1928. Samuel Garman, 1843-1927. Science, v. 67, no. 1731, pp. 232-233.

Summers, A. P. and T. J. Koob. 1997. A biographical sketch of Samuel Walton Garman. Pp. l-lxvi in The Plagiostomia: Sharks, skates, and rays, by Samuel Garman. Los Angeles, CA: Benthic Press, 515 p., 75 pl.

A bibliography of Samuel Walton Garman, by A. P. Summers on pp. lxvii-lxxii. Reprint, original in Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, v. 36, 1913.

Summers, A. P., K. E. Hartel, and T. J. Koob. 1999. Agassiz, German, Albatross, and the Collection of Deep-sea Fishes. Marine Fisheries Review, vol. 61, Issue 4, pp. 58-68.

1. Massachusetts carp. 2. The river trout. 3. New England saibling. From the Twenty-fifth annual report of the Commissioners of inland fisheries of Massachusetts. Boston, Wright & Potter print. co., 1890 [1891]. pp. 32-42.

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Gerould, John Hiram 1868-
b, Stoddard, NH; PhD, Harvard, 1895; Instructor-Professor, Dartmouth, 1895-; Holothurian morphology; Sipunculids of east coast of North Ameria; Heredity and variation in butterflies

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

Gerritson, Walter 1861-1959
b, Reading; d, Waltham, MA

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [p. 28]

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Gibson, William Hamilton 1850-1896

Adams, J. C. 1901. William Hamilton Gibson; artist--naturalist—author. NY: London G. P. Putnam's sons, 275 p. front., pl., port.

Adams, J. C. 1902. Gibson, the artist-naturalist of Connecticut. Connecticut Magazine, vol. 7 (Dec.), pp. 340-355

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Warren, W. L. 1957. William Hamilton Gibson: An appreciation. Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, vol. 22, no. 3 (July), pp. 65-73.

Blossom hosts and insect guests; how the heath family, the bluets, the figworts, the orchids and similar wild flowers welcome the bee, the fly, the wasp, the moth and other faithful insects. ed. by Eleanor E. Davie; ill. by the author. NY: Newson, 1901, 197 pp., incl. front.

Camp life in the woods and the tricks of trapping and trap making; containing comprehensive hints on camp shelter, log huts, bark shanties, woodland beds and bedding, boat and canoe building and valuable suggestions on trappers' food, etc. Ill. by the author. NY: Harper & brothers, 1881, 300 pp., front., plates

Eye spy; afield with nature among flowers and animate things. Ill. by the author. NY: Harper & brothers, 1897, 264 pp., front. (port.), illus.

Happy hunting-grounds; a tribute to the woods and fields. Ill. by the author. NY: Harper & brothers, 1887, 202 pp., front., illus.

Highways and byways; or, Saunterings in New England. NY: Harper & brothers, 1883, 157 pp., front, illus. Also 1901.

My studio neighbors. Ill. by the author. NY and London: Harper & brothers, 1898, 245 pp., front., illus.

Our edible toadstools and mushrooms and how to distinguish them; a selection of thirty native food varieties, easily recognizable by their marked individualities, with simple rules for the identification of poisonous species, by W. Hamilton Gibson. With thirty colored plates, and fifty-seven other illustrations by the author. Ill. by the author. NY: Harper & brothers,1895, 337 pp., illus, xxxvii pl. (29 col) col. front. Also 1903 (NY & London)

Our native orchids; a series of drawings from nature of all the species found in the northeastern United States. With descriptive text elaborated from the author's notes, by Helena Leeming Jelliffe. NY: Doubleday, Page & co., 1905, 158 pp., illus, plates. Part of plates printed on both sides.

Pastoral days, or, Memories of a New England year. NY: Harper & brothers, 1881, 153 pp., illus. Also 1908

Secrets out of doors. NY & London: Harper & brothers, 1913, 134 pp., front. (port.), illus. Selections from the author's writings.

Sharp eyes: a rambler's calender of fifty-two weeks among insects, birds, and flowers. Ill. by the author. NY: Harper & brothers, 1892, 322 pp. front, illus.

Strolls by starlight and sunshine. Ill. by the author, NY: Harper & brothers,, 1891, ??? pp. front.

Gilbert, Robert A. 1870-1942
b, Natural Bridge, VA; d, Cambridge, MA; Came to Massachusetts at 16; Assistant to William Brewster (1895-1919), after Brewster's death worked at MCZ; AOU

Mitchell, J. H. 2008. Gilbert, Robert Alexander, v.3, pp. 499-500 in The African American national biography, H. L. Gates, Jr. and E. Brooks-Higginbotham, eds. 8 v. NY: Oxford University Press, 2008.

Mitchell, John Hanson. 2005. Looking for Mr. Gilbert: the reimagined life of an African American. Washington, DC: Shoemaker & Hoard : Distributed by Publishers Group West, 278 p.

Gill, Theodore 1837-1914
21 Mar. 1837-25 Sept. 1914

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

State ichthyology of Massachusetts. Science, 1904, v. 20, pp. 321-338.

Girard, Charles Frédéric 1822-1895)
9 Mar. 1822-29 Jan. 1895; b, Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin, d, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Goode, G. B. 1891. The Published Writings of Dr. Charles Girard. Bulletin of the United States National Museum v. 41.

Jackson, J. R. and W. C. Kimler. 1999. Taxonomy and the personal equation: The historical fates of Charles Girard and Louis Agassiz. Journal of the History of Biology, v. 32, no. 3, pp. 509-555.

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Goldsmith, William Gleason 1832-1910

Moore, A. H. 1910. William Gleason Goldsmith. Rhodora, vol. 12, no. 144 (Dec.), pp. 227-228.

Goodale, Alfred Shepard 1876-1951

Knowlton, C. H. 1951. Alfred Shepard Goodale. Rhodora, vol. 53, no. 631 (July), pp. 183.

A check list of Pteridophyta (fern-worts) occurring in the Connecticut river watershed in Massachusetts. Amherst? MA, 6 numb. l, 1932.

A check list of Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta (Fern -allies and seed-plants) occurring in the Connecticut River watershed in Massachusetts. [Amherst?] 1929.

A check list of the Gymnospermae (Conifers): occurring in the Connecticut River watershed in Massachusetts. [s.l.: s.n.], 1935.

Goodale, George Lincoln 1839-1923
b, Saco, ME; 3 Aug. 1839-12 Apr. 1923
EDUCATION: AB, Amherst, 1860; MD Harvard, 1863
Professor of Materia Medica and Natural Science, Bowdoin, 1869-72; Instructor-Professor, Harvard, 1872-; Economic Botany; Collected in Coos County, 1859

American Journal of Science, ser. 5, vol. 6, (September), pp. 275-276.

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Bailey, L. H. 1923. George Lincoln Goodale. Rhodora, vol. 25, no. 296 (August), pp. 117-120. Portrait.

Boardman, S. L. 1893. Agricultural bibliography of Maine, pp. 38-???? .

Pease, A. S. 1964. "History of Botanical Collecting in this Area" (pp. 33-40; with bibliography, pp. 41-50) in A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Cambridge: New England Botanical Club. [p. 35]

Popular Science Monthly, vol. 39 (September), pp. 691-694, 1891. Portrait.

Botanical Gazette, vol. 78 (1924), p. 453. Portrait

Harvard Graduates Magazine, vol. 32, pp. 54-59, 1923. Portrait

Ames, O. 1925. George Lincoln Goodale. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 59 (January), pp. 640-644.

Robinson, B. L. 1926. George Lincoln Goodale. National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoirs, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 1-19. Portrait, bibliography, compiled by Robert Tracy Jackson

Trelease, W. 1923. Science, n.s., vol. 57 (June 8), pp. 654-656

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Portland Catalog of Maine Plants. Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History, vol. 1, pp. 37-63, 127-133, 1862-63.

A catalogue of the flowering plants of Maine. [Portland, 1862.].

The Portland catalogue of Maine plants, by G. L. Goodale and Rev. Joseph Blake. Portland: Transcript Print, 1868, 1862, 12 pp. (Reprinted, with omission of localities and separation of introduced species, from the Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History, 1862-69, v. 1, p. 37-63, 127-138.

The Portland catalogue of Maine plants, adapted for marking desiderata in exchange of specimens &c. Portland, 1868.

Goode, George Brown

Lindsay, C. G. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 314-316.

A list of fishes of Essex County, including those of Massachusetts Bay according to the latest results of the work of the U.S. fish commission. Bulletin of the Essex Institute (Salem MA), vol. XI, 38 pp. 1879.

Goodwin, George Gilbert

The mammals of Connecticut. Connecticut. State Geological and Natural History Survey. Bulletin no. 53. State of Connecticut. Public document no. 47. Hartford, Printed by the State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1935, 221 pp. Not NE???

Big game animals in the northeastern United States. J. Mamm. 17 (1936): 48-50.

Gordon, Clarence Everett 1876-
b, Clinton, MA; PhD, Columbia, 1910; Assistant Professor of Zoology and Geology, Massachusetts College, 1910-; Geology and zoology, mainly geology?

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921).

The otter in Massachusetts. Science, n.s., vol. 28 (1908), pp. 772-775.

Gould, Augustus Addison 1805-1866
New Ipswich, NH; d, Boston, MA; 23 Apr. 1805-15 Sept. 1866
EDUCATION: Harvard, A.B., 1821, M.D., 1825

Gave T. W. Harris specimens included in Harris' list in Edward Hitchcock's Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts, 1833, 1835.

Edward Hitchcock used Gould's notes for the lists of Crustacea and Radiata in his Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts. Massachusetts, 1933, 1935.

Abbott, R. T. 1973. American Malacologists: A National Register of Professional and Amateur Malacologists and Private Shell Collectors and Biographies of Early American Mollusk Workers between 1618 and 1900 Falls Church, VA: American Malacologists, 494 pp.

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American Journal of Science, 2 ser., vol. 42 (1866), pp. 434-435.

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Appel, T. A. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 318-320.

Bartlett, H. H. 1940. Gould's "Molluscs and Shells", Vol. XII, pp. 650-655 in The reports of the Wilkes Expedition, and the work of the specialists in science. Pp. 601-705 in Centenary. Wilkes Exploring Expedition of the U. S. Navy, 1838-1842, and Symposium on American Polar Exploration. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 82, no. 5, pp. 519-947.

Bigelow, J. 1866. Transactions of the Suffolk County Medical Society.

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Bouvé, T. T. 1880. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Memoir, pp. 111-116. Portrait.

Dall, W.H. 1888. Some American conchologists. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, v. 4, pp. 95-134 (pp. 120-122).

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements), article by F.C.B.

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Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1965. The forgotten man in the ether controversy. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 40, no. 2 (Winter). Reprinted in Medicine and Science in Early America, Being the Collected Essays of George Edmund Gifford, Jr., 1930-1981. Friends of George E. Gifford, Jr., 1982, 38-43.

Johnson, R.I. 1964. The Recent Mollusca of Augustus Addison Gould. U.S. National Museum Bulletin, vol. 239, 182 pp., pl. 1-45.

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, pp. 483-484

Medical and Surgical Repository, Philadelphia, vol. 15, p. 268, 1866

Nasheville Journal of Medicine and Surgery, n.s., vol. 1, p. 488, 1866.

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Report on the Invertebrata of Massachusetts. 2d ed., comprising the Mollusca. By Augustus A. Gould, M. D. Ed. by W. G. Binney. Boston: Wright and Potter, state printers, 1870.

Historical memoir of the Linnaean Society of New England; being an epitome of its records. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 9 (1863), pp. 335-340.

Notice of the origin, progress and present condition of the Boston Society of Natural History. American Quarterly Register, vol. 14 (1842), pp. 2- ?????????

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Notes on American land shells and other miscellaneous conchological contributions ... Burlington, N.J., Printed for the author, 1874-LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: Spec. Coll. Author's ms. letter tipped in.Library has: v. 1-2 (1874-1876)

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Principles of zoology. Part I. Comparative physiology. by L. Agassiz and A.A. Gould. Boston: , 1848. Also: 2nd. ed., 1855

The naturalist's library, containing scientific and popular descriptions of man, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, and insects... Boston, 1849, 400 engravings.

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Gould, Edwin W.

Report of the Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries, 191-192.

Gould, John M.
Curator, Portland Society of Natural History, 1862; Meisel, 1843; Norton, Auk obit

Gould, Thomas B.
Collected with Kendall, pp. 170-175; Kendall, 1914, Fishes of Maine

Grabau, A. W.; Marine invertebrates; Dexter, 1961, "Salem Day," p. 60

Zoology: marine invertebrates. In: Grabau, Amadeus W. & J. E. Woodman, eds. 1898. Guide to localities illustrating the geology, marine zoology, and botany of the vicinity of Boston. Boston: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 100 pp.

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Graves, Charles Burr 1860-

Graves, Charles Burr, Edwin Hubert Eames ... Charles Humphrey Bissell, Luman Andrews, Edgar Burton Harger ... and Charles Alfred Weatherby ... committee of the Connecticut Botanical Society. 1910. Catalogue of the flowering plants and ferns of Connecticut growing without cultivation.. 23 cm. (Connecticut. Geological and Natural History Survey. Bulletin no. 14; (State of Connecticut.Public document no. 47). 569 pp.

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Catalogue of the flowering plants and ferns of Connecticut. Additions. series 2. Rhodora,xxiv:111-121. 1922.

Graves, Frances Manwaring Miner (Mrs. Charles Burr Graves) 1863-
b,d, New London, CT; Attended Smith College; Member, Connecticut Botanical Society, National Association of Audubon Societies, Audubon Society of Connecticut; Botany; AOU

Gray, Arthur F. 1855-1944

Johnson, R. I. 2002. Arthur Fairfield Gray (1855-1944), his malacological contributions. Occasional papers on mollusks (Dept. of Mollusks, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University), v. 6, no. 80, pp. 135-147.

Discusses occurrence of Littorina littorea in New England, Science News, April 15, 1879.

Gray, Asa 1810-1888
18 Nov. 1810-30 Jan. 1888

List of the writings of Dr. Asa Gray. American Journal of Science, ser. 3, vol. 36, appendix, pp. 3-42, 1888.

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Biographical dictionary of American science : the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, ed. by C. A. Elliott. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979, 360 p.

Dana, J. D. 1889. A memoir of Asa Gray. Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution, 81 pp. Bibliography

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Dictionary of scientific biography, ed. by C. C. Gillispie. 18 v. NY: Scribner, 1970-1990.

Dupree, A.H. 1959. Asa Gray, 1810-1888. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 505 pp.

Emerson, E. W. 1927. Asa Gray. Pp. 59-68 in Later Years of the Saturday Club, 1870-1920, ed. by M. A. De Wolfe Howe. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 427 p. Portrait

Farlow, W. G. 1895. Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 3, 19, pp. 161-175.

Keeney, L. B. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 324-325.

Primary works

A Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States, from New England to Wisconsin and South to Ohio and Pennsylvania Inclusive, (the Mosses and Liverworts by Wm. S. Sullivant,) Arranged According to the Natural System. Boston: J. Munroe, 1848.

Genera florae Americae boreali-orientalis illustrata. The genera of plants of the United States illustrated by figures and analyses from nature, by Isaac Sprague, superintended and with descriptions, etc., by Asa Gray. 2 vols. 1848-49, 186 plates.

A manual of the botany of the northern United States from New England to Wisconsin and south to Ohio and Pennsylvania inclusive (the mosses and liverworts by Wm. S. Sullivant), arranged according to the natural system. Boston & Cambridge, 1848, lxxii + 710 pp. Later editions. 1856, 1859, 1863, 1867,

Field, forest, and garden botany. A simple introductiion to the common plants of the United States east of the Mississippi, both wild and cultivated. NY, 1868, 386 pp. 2nd. rev. issue, 1870. [bound with the Lessons, this constitutes the School and Field-book of botany

Gray, Francis Calley 1790-1856

Member, Friday Evening Club [Stone, Boston Learned Societies, p. 191]

Cohn, M. B. 1986. Francis Calley Gray and Art Collecting for America. Cambridge: Harvard University Art Museums, 344 pp. [Portrait frontispiece]

The Athenaeum Centenary. Boston: Boston Athenaeum, 1907, portrait facing p. 94.

Collins, Loreen Patricia. "The whalebeater of the waters": a study of the New England sea-serpent. Thesis (A.B., submitted for honors)--Harvard University,1982.

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements).

Linnaean Society of New England. Report of a Committee of the Linnaean Society of New England, Relative to a Large Marine Animal, Supposed to be a Serpent, Seen near Cape Ann, Massachusetts, in August 1817. Boston, Cummings and Hilliard, 1817.

Discourse delivered before the American institute of instruction, at the opening of their third course of lectures, August 23, 1832. Boston, Carter, Hendee, 1832. LOCATION: Gutman Education: Archives Room, Harvard University.

Gray, William
Curator, MCZ; Meisel

Grayce, Robert
Plants; Dexter, 1986, Two centuries, p. 257

Green, Dr. John
Founder, Worcester Lyceum of Natural History; Meisel, 1825

Greene, Benjamin D. 1793-1862
Tewksbury

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 7, pp. 509.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 6 (1866), pp. 132-133.

Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 9 (1863), pp. 174-176. Bibliography.

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Memoir, pp. 88-91.

Gray, A. 1863. American Journal of Science, 2 ser, vol. 35, p. 449-450. Reprinted in Scientific Papers of Asa Gray, pp.310-311.

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1972. Proper Bostonian botanist. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 46, no. 5 (May-June), pp. 75-77.

The Centennial Celebration of the Wednesday Evening Club. Boston: J. Wilson, 1878, 145 pp. [Dr. Benjamin Daniel Greene, pp. 59-60]

Greene, John Singleton Copley
Half-brother of B. D. Greene; Botany; Graustein, Nuttall, p. 225

Gave T. W. Harris specimens included in Harris' list in Edward Hitchcock's Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts, 1833, 1835.

Greene, Thomas A.
Curator , Lyceum Society, organized in 1828; Chairman, School Committee, visited the schools, 1844-1847; Among the very early members of the Dialectic Society, a debating club founded in 1811.

Ricketson, D. 1858. The History of New Bedford. New Bedford: The author, 412 pp. [T. A. Greene, pp. 325-327]

A Descriptive and Biographical Record of Bristol County. 1890. With the assistance of Alanson Borden. Boston History Publishers, 2 vols.

Contributed MS notes to Edward Hitchcock's Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts (1833, 1835) on plants found near New Bedford and on Nantucket.

List of the Marine Shells of Massachusetts. In: Edward Hitchcock's Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts, 1833, 1835.

Greenleaf, Moses 1777-1834 Nat???

Maine Board of Agriculture, 35th Annual Report for 1892. 1893. appx. pp. 5-10. (Agricultural Bibliography of Maine, by S. L. Boardman)

Greenway, James C., Jr.
Birds, ; MCZ

Greenwood, Francis William Pitt 1797-1843

Appleton's cyclopædia of American biography. NY: D. Appleton and company, 1887-89, 6 v. [v. 2, p. 757-758]. Online version in Virtual American Biographies, Virtualology.com.

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Memoir, pp. 40-41.

Frothingham, N. L 1845. Recollections of Rev. F. W. P. Greenwood. Boston: James Monroe & Co.

Two volumes of his sermons, Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 2, 274 [Stone, Learned, p. 410]

Greenwood, Helen Evangeline 1872-1953
b, Holden; d, Worcester, MA

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [p. 28-30]

Grinnell, William T.
Founder, President (1821-36), Providence Franklin Society; Mineralogy?; Meisel, 1821

Griscom, Ludlow 1890-1959
17 June 1890-28 May 1959

American National Biography, ed. by J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes. NY: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 v. plus 2 supplements. Online version available.

Baker, J. H. 1959. Ludlow Griscom - the man. Audubon Magazine, vol. 61, no. 5, pp. 200-201, 213, 238-240.

Davis, W. E. 1994. Dean of the Birdwatchers: A Biography of Ludlow Griscom. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press.

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements), suppl. 6, article by K. B. Sterling.

Kastner, J. 1986. A world of watchers. NY: Knopf, 241 p.

Peterson, R. T. 1965. In memoriam: Ludlow Griscom. Auk, vol. 82 (October), pp. 598-605. Portrait, bibliography of major works.

Peterson, Roger. 1960. The era of Ludlow Griscom. Audubon Magazine, May-June, pp. 102-103, 131, 146, 148.

Peterson, R. T. 2006. Memories of Ludlow Griscom. Pp. 216-221 in All things reconsidered : my birding adventures. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 354 p. From Bird-Watcher’s Digest, Jan/Feb. 1992.

Walton, R. K. 1984. Birds of the Sudbury River Valley: an historical perspective. Lincoln, MA: Massachusetts Audubon Society, 220 p.

Includes description of Griscom's work in Concord area and extracts from his unpublished journals.

Primary works

Audubon's Birds of America. Introduction and descriptive captions by Ludlow Griscom. Popular ed. New York, Macmillan Co., 1950, 320 p., 288 col. pl.

Birds of the New York City region. With the cooperation of the Linnean Society of New York. NY: American Museum of Natural History (Handbook series, no. 9), 1923, 400 pp., Illus, VI col. pl. (incl. front.) fold. map

The birds of Dutchess county, New York, from records compiled by Maunsell S. Crosby. NY: Linnean Society of New York (Transactions, v. 3), 1933, 184 pp., front. (port. group)

Modern bird study. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1945, x + 190 pp., front., illus. (maps), plates, diagrs.

The birds of Nantucket. With Edith V. Folger. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1948, 156 pp., illus., map (New England Bird Studies, 1).

The birds of Concord; a study in population trends. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1949, 340 pp., illus., maps (New England Bird Studies, 2).

The birds of Massachusetts; an annotated and revised check list. With Dorothy E. Snyder. Salem, MA: Peabody Museum, 1955, xiii + 295 pp., map on lining papers. Corrigenda slip inserted.

Birds of Martha's Vineyard, with an annotated check list. With Guy Emerson. Martha's Vineyard, Privately Printed , 1959, 164 pp., illus.

The warblers of America; a popular account of the wood warblers as they occur in the Western Hemisphere. With Alexander Sprunt, Jr. et al. Ill. by John Henry Dick. NY: Devin-Adair, 1957, xii + 356 pp. illus., col. plates, maps. Rev. ed. 1979.

His personal papers are in the Phillips Library, Peabody-Essex Museum, Salem, MA

Gross, W. A. O.

Faculty: Bowdoin

Expert on Leach's Petrals

Cruickshank, Bird Islands Down East, p. 34

Grote, Augustus Radcliffe

List of a collection of Lepidoptera Heterocera, taken near Williamstown, Mass. Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. 3 (1864): 92-96. Who from?????

An illustrated essay on the Noctuidae of North America; with "A colony of butterflies." London: J. Van Voorst, 1882.

Grout, Abel Joel 1867-1947

Flowers, S. 1947. A visit with Dr. Grout. The Bryologist, vol. 50, pp. 208-212.

Haring, I. M. 1947. Abel Joel Grout - Vermonter and bryologist. Journal of the New York Botanical Garden, vol. 48, pp. 163-165. Portrait.

Reid, A. M. M. 1987. Pioneer New England bryologists : a prosopography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University (Occasional papers of the Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, no. 19), 71 pp. [p. 30-33]

Steere, W. C. 1948. Abel Joel Grout (1867-1947). The Bryologist, vol. 51, pp. 201-212. Bibliography.

Primary works

Supplement to the list of mosses growing in the state of Vermont. Burlington, VT: Botanical Dept. of the University of Vermont, 1898, pp. [41-44] (Contributions to the botany of Vermont 4).

A botanist's day on Mt. Washington. 1899. The Plant World, vol. 2 (1899), no. 7, (April), 116-118pp.

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