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Haddock, Charles B.
Curator, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, 1841; Meisel, 1841

Hadwin, Charles
Founder, Providence Franklin Society; Meisel, 1821

Hagen, Hermann August 1817-1893
b, Königsberg, East Prussia; 30 May 1817-9 Nov. 1893

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.

Calvert, P. P. 1893. Hermann August Hagen. Entomological News, vol. 4 (December), pp. 313-317. Portrait

Comstock, A. B. 1953. The Comstocks of Cornell. Ithaca, NY: Comstock Publishing Associates.

Henshaw, S. 1894. Hermann August Hagen. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 29, pp. 419-423. Portr.

Howard, L. O. 1930. History of Applied Entomology. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vol. 84.

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

Psyche, vol. 7 (February 1894), p. 35.

American Naturalist, vol. 28 (January 1894), pp. 95-96.

Hager, Albert Davis 1817-1888
b, Chester, VT; d, Chicago, IL

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 3, p.224.

Hale, Edward Everett 1822-1909
3 Apr. 1822-10 June 1909; b.,d., Boston
Education: Harvard, A.B., 1839

Writer, abolitionist, Unitarian minister, and member and historian of the Harvard Natural History Society.

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.

"The Harvard Natural History Society" in v. 2, pp. 385-388 of The Harvard book: a series of historical, biographical, and descriptive sketches, by various authors, collected and published by F.O. Vaille and H.A. Clark. 2 v. Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow, and Company, 1875. Online version.

Hall, Chauncey A.
Member, N.L.D. Society, Amherst College, 1832; Meisel, 1822

Hall, George Rogers 1820-1899
Horticultural collector; Gifford

Halle, Rev. E. E.
Chair??? Worcester Natural History Association, 1854; Meisel, 1825

Hallock, William A.
A. Eaton says that Hallock was a member of his class at Williams, 1817

Halsey, Abraham
Corresponding secretary and curator, Natural History Society of Hartford; Meisel, 1835

Hamlin, Augustus C., M.D.
Bangor; references on Togue, 1853, 1862, 1903; Kendall, 1914, Fishes of Maine

Hamlin, Charles Edward 1825-1886
b, Cambridge

Professor at Colby

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.

Boardman, S. L. 1893. Agricultural bibliography of Maine, p. 41.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 21 (1886), pp. 524-26.

Science, (1st ser.) v. 7 (1886), p. 74.

The twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans ... Ed. by Rossiter Johnson. Boston, The Biographical Soceity, 1904.

Hardy, Manly 1832-1910
b, Hampden; d, Brewer, ME; Lived mostly in Brewer; Fur buyer/shipper; Father of Fanny Hardy Eckstorm; Member, Bangor Historical Society; Contributed to Nuttall Bulletin, Auk, and especially Forest and Stream; AOU

Krohn, W. B. 2005. A fall fur-hunt from Maine to New Brunswick, Canada - the 1858 journal of Manly Hardy. Northeastern Naturalist, v. 12(4): 509-541.

Krohn, W. B., and M. R. Massaro. 2006. Fur into feathers: Manly Hardy and his collection of North American birds. Pages 117-133 IN: P. Benes (editor), New England Collectors and Collections -- The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, Annual Proceedings for 2004, Boston University, Boston, MA. 224 pp.

Manly Hardy (1832-1910): the life and writing of a Maine fur-buyer, hunter, and naturalist, compiled and introduced by William B. Krohn. (Northeast folklore, v. 38) Orono, ME: Maine Folklife Center, 2005, 343 p.

Includes biography, republished articles,and annotated bibliography. Portraits.

Beard, D. B., ed. 1942. Fading Trails: The Story of Endangered American Wildlife. NY: Macmillan. [Hardy's account of the sea mink, pp. 28-29]

Palmer, R. S. 1949. Rufus Philbrook, trapper. New England Quarterly, vol. 22, no. 4 (December), pp. 452-474. [Includes letters to Manly Hardy]

Hardy's 30-year correspondence with William Brewster is at Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ). Brewster's letters to Hardy are in Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono. Thanks to William B. Krohn for this information

Harger, Edgar Burton 1867-1946?

Blewitt, A. E. 1946. Edgar Burton Harger. Rhodora, vol. 48, no. 573 (Sept.), pp. 263-264.

Graves, Charles Burr, 1860- , 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.

Stations for some of the less usual plants of Connecticut.

Hargitt, Charles Wesley 1852-1927
b, near Lawrenceburg, Indiana; PhD, Ohio, 1890; Trustee, MBL, 1900-; Professor of Biology, Syracuse University, 1891-; Medusae and Anthozoa of Woods Hole; Hydrozoa of eastern U.S.

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

The anthozoa of the Woods Hole region. Bureau of Fisheries document, no. 788, 1914, p. 223-254, pl. xli-xliv

The Medusae of the Woods Hole region. U. S. Bureau of fisheries. Contributions from the Biological laboratory at Woods Hole, Mass. [Doc. no. 558], 1904, p. 21-79, vii col. pl.

Notes on a few Medusae new to Woods Hole. (Contr. Zool. Lab. Syracuse Univ. 1. no. 14). Biol. Bull., 1902. 4. 13-23.

Notes on the coelenterate fauna of Woods Hole. (Contr. Zool. Lab. Syracuse Univ. 1. no. 12). Amer. Nat., 1902. 36. 549-560.

Harper, Roland MacMillan

Changes in the forest area of New England in three centuries. J. Forestry, v. 16, no. 4, pp. 442-452, 1918.

Coastal plain plants in New England. Rhodora, v. 7, no. 76, pp. 69-80, 1905.

Botanizing in Worcester County in the 90's. Botany Gray Herbarium: Oversize Coll. Works H23

Further remarks on the coastal plain plants of New England, their history and distribution. Rhodora, v. 8, pp. 27-30, 1906.

Forests of Worcester county, Massachusetts. Torreya, xviii (1918), 119-120.

Cape Cod vegetation. Torreya, xxi (1921), pp. 91-98.

Harris, Amanda Bartlett 1824-1917

b,d, Warner, New Hampshire. Wrote for periodicals.

Dooryard folks; and, A winter garden. Boston, D. Lothrop, 1883, 207 p.

How we went birds’-nesting; field, wood and meadow rambles, by Amanda B. Harris. Illustrations by G.F. Barnes. Published : Boston, D. Lothrop & company, 1880, 37 p. front., plates. Reissued under title: Field, wood and meadow rambles.

Harris, D. L.
Founder, Springfield Museum of Natural History, 1859; Meisel, 1859

Harris, Thaddeus William 1795-1856
12 Nov. 1795-16 Jan. 1856

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.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 3 (1856), pp. 224-225.

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), article by L. O. H.

Dow, R. P. 1913. The work and times of Dr. Harris. Brooklyn Entomological Society Bulletin, vol. 8 (December), pp. 106-118.

Elliott, C. A. 2008. Thaddeus William Harris (1795-1856): nature, science, and society in the life of an American naturalist. Bethlehem : Lehigh University Press, 294 pp.

Essex Institute Bulletin, vol. 2, pp. 2-3, 1862

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1967. Beetles and books. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 41, no. 5 (Summer). 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, pp. 49-52.

A Family Story. No place, no publisher, 66 pp. [By one of Thaddeus William Harris' daughters]

Elliott, C. A. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 347-349.

Grote, A. R. 1889. The rise of practical entomology in America. 20th Annual Report of the Entomological Society of Ontario, pp. 75-82.

Hagan, H. A. 1881. List of papers of Dr. T. W. Harris, not mentioned in the list of his writings in the "Entomological Correspondence." Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 21 (January 26), pp. 150-152.

Harris, E. D. 1882. Memoir of Thaddeus William Harris, M. D. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, vol. 19 (May), pp. 313-322.

Higginson, T. W. Thaddeus William Harris. Pp. 192-218 in Contemporaries. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1899.

Johnson, Charles Willison, 1863-1932. 1925. Diptera of the Harris collection. Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 38. 57-99.

Mawdsley, J. R. 1993. The entomological collection of Thomas Say. Psyche, v. 100, no. (3-4), pp. 163-171. Discusses Harris's temporary possession of them.

Scudder, S. H. 1860. A chronological index to the entomological writings of Thaddeus William Harris, M.D. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 7, pp. 213-222.

Scudder, S. H. 1869. List of the writings of Thaddeus William Harris, M.D., pp. xxxviii-xlvii in Entomological Correspondence of Thaddeus William Harris, M. D. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 1.

Scudder, S. H., ed. 1891-92. Some old correspondence between Harris, Say, and Pickering. Psyche, vol. 6, pp. 57-60, 121-124, 137-141, 169-172, 185-187, 297-298, 345-346, 357-358. Letters of Harris and Charles Pickering to Thomas Say and his replies, 1823, 1825, 1834.

Unpublished letter of. Entomological News, vol. 51, p. 65.

Wade, J. S. 1926. The friendship of two old-time naturalists. Scientific Monthly, vol. 23 (August), pp. 152-160. Harris and Thoreau

Primary works

Edward Hitchcock used Harris' notes for the list of mammals in his Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts. Massachusetts, 1933, 1935.

Insects. In: Edward Hitchcock. Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts, 1933, 1935.

Scudder, S. H., ed. 1891-92. Some old correspondence between Harris and Pickering. Psyche, vol. 6, pp. 57-60, 121-124, 137-141, 169-172, 185-187, 297-298, 345-346, 357-358. [also Say??]

Doubleday, Edward. 1840-42. Remarks on some North American Lepidoptera, including a communication from T. W. Harris. Entomologist, vol. 1, pp. 97-101.

Entomological Correspondence of Thaddeus William Harris, M. D., edited by S. H. Scudder. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History; 1 (1869). [Includes: Thomas Wentworth Higginson's Memoir of Thaddeus William Harris.

A report on the insects of Massachusetts, injurious to vegetation. Published agreeably to an order of the Legislature, by the Commissioners on the zoological and botanical survey of the state. Cambridge, Folsom, Wells, and Thurston, Printers to the University, 1841.

A treatise on some of the insects of New England, which are injurious to vegetation. Cambridge, J. Owen, 459 pp. 1842. [reprint of 1841 ed.]

A treatise on some of the insects of New England which are injurious to vegetation. 2d ed. Boston, Printed by White & Potter, 513 pp. 1852.

A treatise on some of the insects injurious to vegetation. 3d ed. Boston: William White, Printer to the State, 1862, 640 pp.

A treatise on some of the insects injurious to vegetation. A new ed., enlarged and improved, with additions from the author's manuscripts and original notes. Illustrated by engravings drawn from nature under the supervision of Professor Agassiz. Edited by Charles L. Flint ... Boston, Crosby and Nichols; New York, O.S. Felt, 1862. 640 pp.

List of native plants discovered growing near Boston, the present season - in a letter read before the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Hovey Mag., v. 6, pp.245-247, 1840.

Tuckerman, F. A naturalist's visit to the White Mountains in 1853: Letter of Thaddeus William Harris to Edward Tuckerman. Appalachia, vol. 14, part 3, pp. 256-261.

Report on insects and diseases injurious to vegetation, read before the American pomological society, at its session in Boston, September, 1854. Boston, 1854. LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: E.D. Gen.

Papers of Thaddeus William Harris, 1818?-1852 (inclusive). LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium, Harvard University

Harris, William Samuel

The flora of the town of Windham, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. [Windham, N.H.?]: W.S. Harris, 1892, 31 pp.

Harshburger, John William 1869-
b, Philadelphia; PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1892; Instructor-Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania, 1892-; Botany, mainly not New England, but interested in Mt. Katahdin.

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Haut, L. M. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 349-351.

Harvey, France Le Roy 1850?-1900

Boardman, S. L. 1893. Agricultural bibliography of Maine, p. 41-43.

A catalogue of the North American phenogams and vascular cryptogams in the Blake Herbarium of the Maine State College, Orono, Me., by F. Le R. H. & Fred Percy Briggs. Augusta: Kennebec Journal Print, 1893, 3 p. l., [5]-37, 13 pp. (Maine State College. Laboratory of Natural History. Bulletin. vol. I, no. 2 [pt.] I)

Notes upon Maine plants.

Harvey, Le Roy Harris ??????

A study of the physiographic ecology of Mount Ktaadn, Maine. Orono, ME: University of Maine Studies. no. 5, 1903, 50 p. illus., 5 pl. on 3 l.

A catalogue and bibliography of the Odonata (dragonflies) of Maine, with an annotated list of their collectors. Orono: University of Maine Studies no. 4 (1902), pp. 1-16.

Haskell, Benjamin
Member, N.L.D. Society, Amherst College, 1832; Meisel, 1822

Haskell, Joshua P. -1919

Shell collector, Marblehead, MA. Representative to the Massachusetts General Court

Hatch, Robert McConnell
Bishop; Clergyman nature writer; Article in New Hampshire Bird News, January, 1954; Treasury of North American Birdlore

Hathaway, Harry Sedgwick 186?-1946
b, Providence, RI; d, San Antonio, TX (at son's home); Bank cashier; Book collector; Member, Audubon Society of Rhode Island; "Providence's best birdman" Elizabeth Dickens, p. 41.; AOU????

Notes on the occurrence and nesting of certain birds in Rhode Island. Auk, v. 30, pp. 545-558, 1913.

Hatt, R.T.

Annotated list of the mammals. Pages 636-645 in The relations of mammals to the Harvard Forest. Roosevelt Wildl. Bull. 1930. 5(4):625-671.

Haven, Herbert Maurice West 1885-1949
b, Boston, MA; d, Portland, ME; hon. MS, Colby; obit, Portland Sunday Telegram, Feb. 27, 1949; Hon. MS tribute, Colby Alumnus, July, 1947; Member: American Society of Mammalogists, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Rocks and Minerals Association, Portland Society of Natural History, Maine Audubon Society, Maine Astronomical Society, Josselyn Botanical Society; Founder, Maine Mineralogical Society; AOU

Hawkes, Clarence
Hadley, MA, writer and naturalist; A Guide to the History of Massachusetts, 1988, p. 226.; Papers in Forbes Library, Northampton

Hawkes, Nathan Mortimer

In Lynn Woods with Pen and Camera. Lynn: Thomas P. Nichols, 1893, 104 pp.

Hawkins, D. C.

A list of Mollusca collected at Concord, Mass. Concord, MA: Proceedings of the Thoreau Museum of Natural History, vol. 1, p. 30.

Hawley, George B.
Secretary, Connecticut Society of Natural History, 1859-73; Meisel, 1835

Hayes, John Lord 1812-1887

Boardman, S. L. 1893. Agricultural bibliography of Maine, p. 43-44.

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

Hayward, George
Boston "physician-naturalist".

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

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1969. John Ware and the book of nature. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 43, no. 3 (Winter), pp. . 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, pp. 61-63. [Mentions Hayward]

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol.6, pp. 296-297, 1864.

Hazard, Rowland Gibson 1855-1918
b, Philadephia, PA; d, Santa Barbara, CA; Home: Peace Dale, RI; AM, Brown University; Fellow of Brown University; Member, Author's Club, London; Businessman; Book collector; Notes in Auk on RI birds; AOU

He

Headstrom, Richard 1902-
b, Cambridge, MA; CA (New Revision Series), vol. 13

The living year. NY: Washburn, 1950, 255 p. ill.

Hedge, Catherine Elliott

Wild flowers of Plymouth and vicinity, 1804-1904. Boston: G.H. Ellis Co., 1904, 46 pp. ill.

Heffenger, C. P. W. W.

A list of Coleoptera collected at Concord, Mass. Concord, MA: Proceedings of the Thoreau Museum of Natural History, vol. 1 (1911), pp. 7-10. [with J. B. Hopkins]

Heinrich, G. H.
Father of Bernd Heinrich

Holarctic elements among the Ichneumonidae of Maine. J. Wash. Acad. Sci. vol. 43 (1953), pp. 148-150.

Microsorex, Sorex palustris, and Microtus chrotorrhinus from Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 34 (1953), p. 382

Hemphill, Ashton Erastus 1849-1932
b, Acworth, NH; d, Holyoke, MA; Businessman, State legislator; Flowers; Member, Appalachian Club, Audubon Society; AOU

Henderson, Wilbur F.

A collection of nature notes, including bird studies and weather records made at North Conway, New Hampshire, during 1904-1938.

Hendricks, B.

Berkshire Birds. Boston: Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1950, 57 pp.

Henshaw, Henry Wetherbee 1850-1930
b, Cambridge, MA; d, Washington, DC; 3 Mar. 1850-1 Aug. 1930

Biographer of Willliam Brewster; Bureau of Ethnology, Biological Survey

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.

AOU

Autobiographical notes. Condor, vol. 21 (1919), pp. 102-107, 165-171, 177-181, 217-222; vol. 22 (1920), pp. 3-10, 55-60, 95-101

Glenn, J. R. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 360-362.

Henshaw, Samuel 1852-1941
b, Boston; d, Cambridge, MA; Hon AM, Harvard, 1903; Assistant in entomology, librarian, curator, Director, MCZ, 1904-; Book collector, bibliographer; Member, Boston Society of Natural History, Cambridge Entomological Club, American Society of Naturalists, American Society of Zoologists; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; AOU

Bastille, D. Q. Samuel Henshaw - as I knew him. [n.p., 1941?].

Brues, C. T. 1942. Samuel Henshaw. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, vol. 35, pp. 123-124.

Calvert, P. P. Samuel Henshaw, 1852-1941. An appreciation. Entomological News, vol. 52, pp. 241-242.

Jackson, R. T. 1941. Samuel Henshaw. Science, vol. 93, pp. 342-343.

Jackson, R. T. Samuel Henshaw (1852-1941). Fellow in Class II, Section 3, 1889.

Jackson, Robert Tracy. 1944. Samuel Henshaw (1852-1941). Fellow in Class II, Section 3, 1889. Boston. American Academy of Arts of Sciences, Vol. 75, no. 6, pp. 167-169, 1944.

Wade, J. S. and J. A. Hyslop. 1941. Obituary notice of Samuel Henshaw. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, vol. 43, pp. 108-110.

Primary works

Henshaw, Samuel, ed. Fauna of New England. Boston: Boston Society of Natural History. 1904-1925. (Boston Society of Natural History. Occasional Papers v. 7);

List of Coleoptera collected in the vicinity of Cliftondale, Mass., June 12, 1873.

Hentz, Nicholas Marcellus 1797-1856
25 July 1797-4 Nov. 1856
b, Versailles, France; d, Mariana, FL
m. Caroline Lee Whiting, children, no. unknown

Arachnids, Massachusetts Geological Survey

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.

Atkinson, G. F. 1887. Nicholas Marcellus Hentz. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, vol. 4, no. 1 (January-June), pp. 13-15. Bibliography.

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

Bongiorno, J. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 362-364.

Burgess, E. and J. H. Emerton, eds. 1875. The spiders of the United States: A collection of the archnological writings of Nicholas Marcellus Hentz. Boston Society of Natural History, Occasional Papers, vol. 2. 13, 171 pp. 20 pl. [Biographical sketch, preface, pp. 8-11; bibliography, preface, pp. 12-13]

Cobb, C. 1932. Nicholas Marcellus Hentz. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, vol. 47, pp. 47-51.

Nicholas Marcellus Hentz. University of North Carolina Record, November, 1910, Number 86, pp. 10-12. In: Scientific Investigations of the University, 1795-1910. Bibliography.

Geiser, S. W. 1956. Nicholas Marcellus Hentz (1797-1856): pioneer American arachnologist. Field & Laboratory, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 109-115.

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

Woodson, W. D. 1950. Our first "spider man." Nature Magazine, vol. 43, pp. 485-487.

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.

Araneides: The spiders. In: Edward Hitchcock's Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts, 1833, 1835.

Herrick, Edward Claudius 1811-1861 or 1862
Feb 24. 1811 - June 11, 1861
b,d, New Haven, CT
Unmarried
Classical education but did not attend college due to visual problems
Worked in bookstore, 1835-~1841
New Haven City Clerk
Worked for American Journal of Science
Yale University librarian, 1843-1858
Yale University treasurer, 1852-1861
Member, AAAS

Worked on the biology of the Hessian Fly (1832-), on egg parasites of spring cakerworm moths, on periodical cicadas. Collaborated with J. D. Dana on zoological work. Also did astronomical research.

MSS: Yale University Library, Archives and Manuscripts Division

Letters to Dana in Dana Papers, Beinecke Library, Yale.

obit AJS, 2nd ser. v. 34 (1862), pp. 159-60.

A brief preliminary account of the Hessian Fly and its parasites. AJS, v. 41 (1841), pp. 153-158.

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

American Journal of Science, ser. 2, vol. 34 (July 1862), pp. 159-160.

Porter. History of Yale College, 1879. Sketch of Edward Claudius Herrick, vol. 1, pp. 498-501, portrait.

Thatcher, T. A. 1862. Edward Claudius Herrick, librarian of Yale College. New Haven, CT: Stafford, 42 pp. Reprinted from the New Englander, October, 1862.

Herrick, Elizabeth Adela Adams (Mrs. William Henry Herrick) 1869-1923; b, Carthage, ME; d, Salem, MA; Home: Topsfield, MA; No known 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. 269].

Herrick, Francis Hobart 1858-

Rare Vermont birds. Science, v. 3, p. 216, 1884. NE???

The Home Life of Wild Birds: A New Method of the Study and Photography of Birds. Rev. ed. NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 255 pp. ["Observations were chiefly made in central New Hampshire, in the towns of Northfield and Tilton."]

Hersey, Frank Seymour 1881-1971
born: Taunton, MA, May 26, 1881; died: Newbury, VT, January 24, 1971

Assisted Arthur Cleveland Bent, 1913-1918. Tribute by Bent in Life Histories of North American Diving Birds, pp. viii-ix.

Morse, D. H. 1972. [Obituary]. Auk, v. 89, p. 940.

Hervey, Rev. Alpheus Baker 1839-1931
b, Triangle, NY; Theology Department, St. Lawrence, 1861; hon. AM, 1878, PhD, 1897; AM, Tufts, 1883; Pastor, various churches, NY, MA, ME; Cryptogamic botany, marine algae

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 10, p. 200.

Flowers of the field and forest. Boston, 1882. 154 p. illus. fol.

Flowers of the field and forest. Boston, 1882. 154 p. illus. fol.

Sea mosses, a collector's guide and an introduction to the study of marine Algae. By A.B. Hervey, A.M. Boston, S.E. Cassino, 1881. xv p., 3 ., 281 p. xx col. pl. (incl. front.) 20 cm.

Sea mosses. A collector's guide and an introduction to the study of marine Algae. By A. B. Hervey. Illustrated with twenty full-page engravings in color, from photographs of actual specimens. Boston, S. E. Cassino, 1882. xv, [4] 281 p. 20 col. plates. 20 cm.

Sprague, Isaac. Wayside flowers and ferns, from original water-color drawings. by Isaac Sprague ; descriptive text by A.B. Hervey ; with selections from the poets. Troy, N.Y. : Nims and Knight, 1887, c1886. [118] p. : 10 col. ill. ; 32 cm.

Hervey, Eliphalet Williams d. 1925

A catalogue of the plants found in New Bedford and its vicinity: arranged according to the season of their flowering. New Bedford, MA: Press of E. Anthony, 1860, 30 pp. South Dartmouth, MA: Gardon Club of Buzzards Bay, 1975, 30 p. [Facsim., originally publ. 1860].

Observations on the colors of flowers. New Bedford, MA E. Anthony & sons, incorp., printers, 1899, 105 pp.

Flora of New Bedford and the shores of Buzzards bay, with a procession of the flowers. New Bedford: E. Anthony & Sons Inc., Printers, 1891, 80 p. Rev. ed. New Bedford: E. Anthony & Sons, 1911, 137 p.

Observations on the colors of leaves. Preceded by a supplement to Observations on the colors of flowers. New Bedford, E. Anthony & sons, incorp., printers. 1901, 43 pp.

Hi

Higgeson
Plants around Salem, 17th century

Robinson, J. 1902. Concerning the plants mentioned in Young's chronicles. Rhodora, v. 4, no. 40 (April), pp. 81-82.

Higginson, Alexander Henry 1876-

Birds of New England. New England Mag., n.s., v. 26, pp. 93-101. 1902.

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth 1823-
b, Cambridge; AM, LLD, Harvard, 1869; Corresponding secretary and curator of entomology, Harvard Natural History Society, 1840-1841; Flora of Boston and vicinity

Anon. Untitled obituary. Appalachia, v. 12, no. 3 pp. 279-280.

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Outdoor Studies. l863; R. West, l973.

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Hildreth, Roger B.
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Hill, Albert Frederick 1889-

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Hill, Elizabeth Sewall

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Hill, James Haynes 1846-1922
b, China; d, New London, CT; Home: New London; Secretary, Fisher Island Sportsman's Club [Long Island?]; AOU

Hill, Thomas
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Hinckley, Mary H.

Notes on the peeping frog, Hyla pickeringii Leconte. 1884. Mem. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. iii. 1878-1894. 311-318. pl. 28.

On some differences in the mouth structure of tadpoles of the anourous batrachians found in Milton, Mass. Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 1882. 21. 307-314. pl. 5.

Hinds, Warren Elmer 1876-

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Hitchcock, Charles Henry 1836-1919
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Upham, C. 1920. Charles Henry Hitchcock. Geological Society of America Bulletin, vol. 31, pp. 64-80. Portrait

Hitchcock, Charles Henry 1836-1919
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Catalogue of the plants of New Hampshire, compiled for the Geological survey. n.p., n.d.

Hitchcock, Edward 1793-1864
b, Deerfield; d, Amherst, MA

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

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Merrill, G. P. 1906. Edward Hitchcock. U. S. National Museum Annual Report for 1904, pp. 307-315. Portrait

Popular Science Monthly, vol. 47 (September 1895), pp. 689-696.

[Obituary]. American Journal of Science, ser. 2, vol. 37, no. 110 (March 1864), pp. 302-304.

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. 33-35]

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Reminiscences of Amherst college, historical, scientific, biographical and autobiographical: also, of other and wider life experiences. (With four plates and a geological map.) Northampton, MA: Bridgman & Childs, 1863, 412 p. front. (port.) 3 pl., fold. map. "List of my publications": p. 378-391.

A catalogue of plants growing without cultivation in the vicinity of Amherst College. catalogue of plants growing without cultivation in the vicinity of Amherst College. Amherst, Published by the Junior class in that Institution; J. S. and C. Adams, and Co., 1829, 64 pp

Report on the geology, mineralogy, botany, and zoology of Massachusetts. Massachusetts. Geological Survey.Amherst, MA: Press of J. S. and C. Adams, 1833.

Reprinted separately: Catalogues of the animals and plants of Massachusetts. With a copious index.;

In his Report on the geology, mineralogy, etc. of Massachusetts, etc. 1833. pp. 543-652, 693-700.

Report on the geology, mineralogy, botany, and zoology of Massachusetts: made and published by order of the government of that state: in four parts: pt.I. Economical geology.pt.II.Topographical geology.pt .III.Scientific geology.pt. IV.Catalogues of animals and plants.With a descriptive list of the specimens of rocks and minerals collected for the government.2nd ed., cor. and enl. Massachusetts Geological Survey. Amherst: J. S. and C. Adams, 1835.

Reprinted separately: Catalogues of the animals and plants of Massachusetts: with a copious index. Amherst, MA: J.S. and C. Adams, 1835. 142 pp.; I. Mammalia, pp. 6-7; II. Birds, by E. Emmons pp. 8-14; III. Reptilia, by D.S.C.H. Smith pp. 14-15; IV. Fishes, by J.V.C. Smith pp. 15-18; V. Testacea: Marine shells, by T.A. Greene. pp. 18-22; List of Land and fresh water shells of Massachusetts, by J.M. Earle pp. 22-23; A Catalogue of Species, by a committee of the Boston Society of Natural History, chaired by A. Binney, pp. 24-28; VI. Crustacea, by A.A. Gould, pp. 28-30; VII. Araneides, by N.M. Hentz, pp. 30-32; VIII. Insects, by T.W. Harris, pp. 33-82; IX. Radiata, from notes by A. A. Gould, pp. 82-83; X. Catalogue of plants growing without cultivation, [by. E. Hitchock]; Index, pp. 133-142

Hitchcock, Orra White

Flynt, S., C. M. Cohen, E. C. Worman, D. D'Arienzo and R. Moorhead. 1992. Orra White Hitchcock, 1796-1863. Deerfield, MA: Deerfield Academy, 16 p. portrait, ill. (some col.)

Exhibition at Deerfield Academy, April 7 - June 9, 1991. Contents: Orra White Hitchcock's early years, by Suzanne Flynt. The history of herbaria, by Christina M. Cohen. Orra White Hitchcock's Amherst years, by Eugene C. Worman. Orra White Hitchcock's classroom drawings, by Daria D'Arienzo. Checklist.

Tyler, W. S. (William Seymour). A biographical sketch of Mrs. Orra White Hitchcock, given at her funeral, May 28, 1863. Springfield, S. Bowles & Company, Printers, 1863.

Hitchings, E. H.

A list of some of the flowers found growing naturally in the vicinity of Boston. Pp. 11-20 in Window gardening, and a list of some of the flowers found growing naturally in the vicinity of Boston .Boston: Massachusetts Horticultural Society Committee on Window Gardening, 1889, 20 p. illus. (HU, Frances Loeb Library)

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Collected in Coos County, 1858

Angelo, R. 1984. Edward S. Hoar revealed. Concord Saunterer, vol. 17, no. 1 (Mar.) pp. 9-16, 17-33. Port. Article by Mr. Angelo prints text of two letters from Hoar to Walter Deane (dated July 31, 1886 and Sept. 12, 1886) Also includes: Edward S. Hoar's conversations on Concord with Edward S. Burgess, [edited] by Marcia Moss, (p. 17-33).

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]

Hodge, Clifton Fremont 1859-
b, Janesville, WI; PhD, Johns Hopkins, 1889; Professor of Biology, Clark University, 1892- etc.; Neurophysiology, bird population dynamics, conservation, Passenger Pigeon, nature study

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Hoffmann, Ralph 1870-1932
b, Stockbridge, MA; d, California; AB, Harvard, 1890; Secondary school teacher; Member, Nuttall Club, New England Botanical Club, Cooper Ornithological Club; New England birds, Berkshire County flora; AOU

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Swanton, H. 1981. Ralph Hoffmann: unsung guide to th birds. Natural History, vol. 90, no. 11 (November), pp. 20-30.

Flora of Berkshire County, Massachusetts. Boston Society of Natural History. Proceedings, v.36 (1922), no.5, p. 171-382.

A guide to the birds of New England and eastern New York; containing a key for each season and short descriptions of over 250 species, with particular reference to their appearance in the field. Boston New York Houghton, Mifflin and company 1904. 4th ed., 1910.

Common birds. First series to accompany Audubon Bird Chart number one. Boston, Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1916.

Flora of Berkshire County, Massachusetts. Boston Society of Natural History. Proceedings, v.36, no.5. Boston, Printed for the Society

List of birds noted in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, throughout the year. Stockbridge, 1914.

Twenty-six common birds. Boston: Published by Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1899.

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Bird portraits, with descriptive text, by Ralph Hoffmann. Boston : Ginn & Company, 1901. 4 p. ., 40 p. : front., plates

Holbrook, Josiah
MA educator interested in botany

Holcomb, Irving 1855-1934
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Holden, Isaac 1832-1903

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Holder, Charles Frederick1851-1915
5 Aug. 1851-10 Oct. 1915; Son of J. B. Holder

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Kunz, G. F. Science, n.s., vol. 42, pp. 823-825, 1915.

Holder, Dr. Joseph Bassett 1824-1888
October 26, 1824 - Feb. 27, 1888
b, Lynn, MA; d, NY, NY
m, Emily Augusta Grove, one? child
Friends' School, Providence, RI, graduated
Harvard Medical Scool, attended
Medical practice, Swampscott, then Lynn (city physician), MA, 1846-
Surgeon in chief and scientific work with U. S. government engineers at Florida reef, 1859-
Health officer and surgeon, U. S. Army, at military person at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, FL, 1861?-
Fortress Monroe, VA, 1869-
American Museum of Natural History, assistant director, 1871-81
American Museum of Natural History, curator of zoology, 1881-88
Member, New York Academy of Sciences

While in Lynn prepared list of birds and plants of Essex County, MA. Became acquainted with Louis Agassiz who had a laboratory at his Nahant (near Lynn) summer home, and they dredged locally. Agassiz and S. F. Baird advised his move to Florida.

Founder, Lynn Natural History Society; Marine ecology, Invertebrates; His plants included in Tracy, 1858

AOU

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

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

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

[Obituary]. Auk, 1888, v. 5 (April), p. 220

Kelly, H. A. and W. L. Burrage. 1920. American medical biographies. Baltimore: Norman, Remington Co., 1320 pp.[p. 539]

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Hollick, Charles Arthur 1857-1933

Observations on the geology and botany of Martha's Vineyard. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 13 (1894) pp. 8-22 (Contributions from the Geological Department of Columbia College no. 15)

Botanical notes Cape Cod and Chappaquidick Island, Mass. Bull. New York Botan. Garden. 1902. 381-407. pl. 40, 41.

Discovery of a mastodon tooth and the remains of a boreal vegetation in a swamp on Staten Island, N. Y. New York : New York Academy of Sciences, 1901. p. 67-68 ; 24 cm. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 14, art. 3

Holmes, Ezekiel 1801-1865
b, Kingston, ME; AB, Brown, 1821; MD, Bowdoin, 1824; Naturalist, Maine Geological Survey; Taught at Gardiner Lyceum and Colby; Meisel, 1836

Boardman, S. L. 1893. Agricultural bibliography of Maine, p. 44-46???.

Day, Clarence Albert. Ezekiel Holmes, father of Maine agriculture. Orono, University of Maine Press (University of Maine studies, 2nd ser., no. 86), 1968. vii, 185 p. illus., facsim., ports

Agric. Maine, 1865, pp. 205-226.

Maine Board of Agriculture, 35th Annual Report for 1892. 1893. appx. pp. 44-46.

Medical and Surgical Rep. Philadelphia, vol. 12, p. 340, 1864/65

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, vol. 72, p. 268, 1865

In correspondence with T. Say. Weiss and Zeigler, p. 110

Day, C. A. 1968. Ezekiel Holmes: Father of Maine Agriculture. University of Maine Press, 185 pp.

Annual report upon the natural history and geology of the State of Maine. 2nd (1862)- [S.l.: s.n.. LOCATION: Widener: Sci 1635.22.9

Birds injurious to agriculture. LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: A-H.

Maine farmer and mechanic's advocate. New ser., vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 15, 1842) -v. 2, no. 52 (Dec. 30, 1843) = Whole no. 470-572. Winthrop, Me.: William Noyes, 1842-1843.

The New-England farmers' and mechanics' journal. Jan.-Nov. 1828. Gardiner [Me.: s.n.], 1828. LOCATION: Widener: Sci 1622.11.12

Preliminary report upon the natural history and geology of the State of Maine, ed. by E. H. & Charles H. Hitchcock. Augusta, ME: s.n., Stevens & Sayward, 1861, pp. [91]-477 : ill., map. With: Sixth annual report of the Secretary of the Maine Board of Agriculture. LOCATION: Widener: Sci 1635.22.9

Annual report upon the natural history and geology of the State of Maine, ed. by E. Holmes and Charles H. Hitchcock. [?????2nd (1862)-]

Second annual report upon the natural history and geology of the state of Maine, 1862. Augusta, ME: s.n., Stevens & Sayward), 1862, 477 p., 1 leaf of plates, ill., map. With: Seventh annual report of the Secretary of the Maine Board of Agriculture. Hitchcock, Charles H. (Charles Henry)?

Report of an exploration and survey of the territory on the Aroostook River, during the spring and autumn of 1838. Augusta: Smith & Robinson, printers to the state, 1839.

Report on the fishes of Maine, including some of the elementary principles of ichthyology. LOCATION: Widener: Harvard Depository F 5706.2 Consult Circ. Desk for HWFIAQ

Holmes, Henry
Curator, Natural History Society of Hartford; Meisel, 1835

Holyoke, Edward Augustus
Sibley, vol. 12, pp. 30-41.

Bell, W., Jr. in 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.

Brazer, J. 1829. A Discourse . . . at the Interment of Edward Augustus Holyoke.

The Holyoke Diaries, 1709-1856, ed. by George F. Dow (1911). Diary extracts, pp. 31-43.

Peirson, A. L. 1829. Memoir of Edward A. Holyoke, M.D., LL.D. Essex District Medical Society. (also in Massachusetts Medical Society, Medical Dissertations, vol. 4 (1829), pp. 185-260).

Biographical sketches of graduates of Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by John Langdon Sibley, ed. by C. K. Shipton, et al. Cambridge, MA: Charles William Sever, University Bookstore, 1873- . Vol. 12 (1962), pp. 30-41, Includes Holyoke's bibliography.

Jackson, James. 1856. Letters to a Young Physician, 4th ed. (1856), pp. 19-22.

Wiswall, R. H. 1930. Dr. Edward Augustus Holyoke. Sketches about Salem People. Salem: The Club, 23 pp. 1 pl.

Dodge, E. S. The natural history department, in Handbook to the Collections of the Pabody Museum of Salem, by. E. S. Dodge and C. H. P. Copeland. Salem, MA: Peabody Museum, 1949. [Pp.47-48: 1859 letter to Andrew Oliver about the sea anemone at Nahant.]

Actinia marginata, Lesueur. J. Ac. Nat. SCi., vol. 1, p. 172; May be merely the A. mesembryanthemum of European authors.

Holyoke's manuscripts are in the Peabody-Essex Museum, Salem, Mass.

Hooker, Henrietta Edgecomb 1851-
b, Gardiner, ME; PhD, Syracuse, 1889; Professor, Mt. Holyoke, 1873-; Botany, Historical sketches of Mt. Holyoke

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Hoopes, I.

Bufo in New England. Bulletin of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 57, pp. 13-20, 1930.

Marbled salamanders from New Hampshire. Bulletin of the New England Museum of Natural History, vol. 87, pp. 16-17, 1938.

Hoover, Earl E.

Biological survey of the Androscoggin, Saco and coastal watersheds. Concord, N.H. : New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept., 1937. 160 p. : ill., graphs, map ; 31 cm. Survey report - New Hampshire Fish and Game Department; no.2

Biological survey of the Merrimack watershed. Concord, N.H. : New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept., 1938. 238 p. : ill., graphs, maps (2 fold. in pocket) ; 31 cm. Survey report - New Hampshire Fish and Game Department ; no.3

Preliminary biological survey of some New Hampshire lakes. Survey report - New Hampshire Fish and Game Department; no.1. Concord, N.H.: New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept., 1936? 77 pp.

Hopkins, Albert 1807-
Stockbridge, MA

Durfee, C. 1871. Williams Biographical Annals, pp. 147-148.

Hopkins, J. B.

A list of Coleoptera collected at Concord, Mass. Concord, MA: Proceedings of the Thoreau Museum of Natural History, vol. 1 (1911), pp. 7-10. [sr author: Heffenger, C. P. W. W.]

Hopkins, Rev. John Henry
Episcopalian Bishop of Vermont

Prepared drawing of Menobranchus maculator (Mudpuppy) for George Wyllys Benedict who sent it to J. E. Holbrook who published it in his North American Herpetology (2nd ed.). Had, as a boy of 15, colored plates for Wilson's American Ornithology. Member of the University of Vermont natural history society, 1838-39.

Barnhill, G. B. 1987. The publication of illustrated natural histories in Philadelphia, p. 83

Dann, K. T. 1987. George Wyllys Benedict and the "Proteus of the Lakes." Vermont History, v. 55, no. 1, pp. 31-40

Horner, Charlotte N. S.

Horner, Charlotte N. S. Notes on the flora of South Georgetown.[Salem. 1884.]. Bull.Essex Inst.xv:107&ff. 1884.au

Horton, J. I.
Ipswich

Dexter, R. W. 1980. An early application for a bird collecting permit (1877). Journal of Field Ornithology, v. 51, no. 3, p. 283.

Hosmer, Miss.
In or near Concord; Mushrooms; Concord River, p. 141

Hosmer, Alfred W.

[Journal, 1888-1903, in One Manuscript Volume]. MS at CFPL. (Diary of botany walks.)

List of the Wild Flowers (and Time of Blooming [1878-1902]) Found in Concord and Vicinity [in Two Manuscript Volumes]." (1878). MS at CFPL.

Hosmer, Hiram, MD
Watertown; Fisheries of Charles River; Acknowledged in Storer, 1839

Houghton, Abel
Birds

Dexter, R. W. 1977. The Essex County Natural History Society, 1833-1848. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 113, pp. 38-53 [mentioned p. 44].

Houghton, John C.
Exploring Circle, Lynn Natural History Society; Botany

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

Houston, John F.
Member, N.L.D. Society, 1832; President, Phi Beta Theta, 1832, Amherst College; Meisel, 1822

Hovey, Rev. Horace Carter 1833-
b, Rob Roy, IN; DD, Wabash, 1883; Pastor, Congregational and Presbyterian churches; Presbyterian church, Newburyport, MA, 1909-1910; Cavern fauna and flora; Archeology; General natural history

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Hovey, Sylvester

Durfee, C. 1871. Williams Biographical Annals, pp. 34-35.

Howe, Carlton Dexter
Brother of Clifton Durant Howe; Secretary, Vermont Botanical Club

Fifty common birds of Vermont. Montpellier, [1905]. 92 pp?? Circ. of Educ. Inf. no. 18, Dept. of Educ., VT

Howe, Clifton Durant 1874-1946

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. 35]

A preliminary list of the Hepaticae of Vermont. Burlington: Botanical Dept. of the University of Vermont, 1899, 10 pp. (Contributions to the botany of Vermont 3).

A preliminary list of the birds found in Vermont, by George Henry Perkins, assisted by Clifton D. Howe. New York; Albany: Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., 1901, 34 pp. Vermont Agriculture Report, 1901, v. 21, pp. 85-118.

Howe, Inez Addie 1878-1924
b, West Waterford; d, St. Johnsbury, VT; Educ: Lyndon Institute; Staff, Fairbanks Museum of Natural History, St. Johnsbury; St. Johnsbury Academy; Member, Vermont Bird and Botany Club???; Frequent contributor to the Vermonter; Reported to Forbush; AOU

Howe, Reginald Heber, Jr. 1875-1932
b, Quincy, MA; Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard, 1901; Doctorate, Sorbonne, 1912; Research student, Bussey Institute; Thoreau Museum, Middlesex School, Concord, MA, 1901-1920; Founder, Belmont Hill School, 1923

American Men of Science, ed. 4 (1927)

Duncan, R. F. 1985. The story of Belmont Hill School, 1923-1983. Belmont? MA, x, 413 p. [Earlier ed.: The story of Belmont Hill School, 1923-1973. 1973.

Fortmiller, H. C. 2003. Find the promise: Middlesex School, 1901-2001. Concord, MA: Middlesex School, 510 pp.

Prenatt, H. 1998. Belmont Hill School, 1923-1998: an anniversary album. Belmont, MA: Belmont Hill School, 179 p. Portraits.

Who's who among North American authors, v. 5, 1931/32.

Who's Who in America, 1908/1909

Johnson, C. W. 1932. Reginald Heber Howe. Bulletin of the Boston Museum of Natural History, no. 63, pp. 29-30. Portrait, list of major publications.

Primary

Henry Willey. Botanical Gazette, v. 56 (1913), pp. 502-503. Port. [Taken from account in New Bedford Standard, July 20, 1913]

A new race of Microtus pennsilvanicus. Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History, v. 2 (1901), pp. 201-202, pl. 5.

North American wood frogs. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, v. 28 (1899), pp. 369-374.

Birds

New Massachusetts Records for the Hawk and Great Gray Owls. Auk XXV (1908): 84.

Holboell's Grebe in Concord, Massachusetts. Auk XXX (1913): 267.

The birds of Massachusetts. With Glover Morrill Allen. Cambridge, MA., 154 pp. [published by subscription, 500 copies]

The birds of Rhode Island. With Edward Sturtevant. [n.p.] 1899, 111 pp., front., 5 plates.

"Every bird"; a guide to the identification of the birds of woodland, beach and ocean. Ill. by the author. Boston: B. Whidden, 1896, vii + 192. [line illus.]

On the birds' highway. Ill. by the author and Louis Agassiz Fuertes (front.). Boston: Small, Maynard, 1899, xv + 175 pp., col. front., illus., plates (photos).

Contributions to North American ornithology. Vol. 1 (Oct. 14, 1901)- . Longwood, MA?: R.H. Howe?

"Every bird;" a guide to the identification of the birds of woodland, beach and ocean. With one hundred and twenty-four line illustrations. Ill. by the author. Boston, B. Whidden, 1896, 192 pp. [New England birds].

Bird varieties along the Thames. List of the feathered visitors noted in past three years. New London, The Day, Nov. 1, 1900, p. 6.

The birds of Brookline. Brookline: A Favored Town, pp. 173-184.

Birds of Brookline, Mass. [Brookline], 1897, [2] pp..

The birds of Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline: Riverdale Press, C.A.W. Spencer, 1900. [Reprinted from The Chronicle, Brookline, March 10, 17, 24, 31; April 7; May 19, 26; June 2, 1900].

The birds of Massachusetts, by R. H. H. & G. M. Allen. Cambridge, Mass., 1901, 154 pp. LOCATION: Museum Comp Zoology: Spec. Coll. Has manuscript annotations by William Brewster. "This copy is no. 155."

The birds of Rhode Island, by R. H. H. & Edward Sturtevant. [n.p.] 1899, 111 pp, front., 5 pl.

Breeding habits of the American robin (Merula migratoria) in eastern Massachusetts. Auk, v. 15 (1898), pp. 162-167.

A new subspecies of Passerculus sandwichensis. Contributions North American Ornithology, v. 1 (1901), pp. 1-2.

A North American faunal index to the "Ornithologist" and "Oologist". Part 1-4. Contributions North American Ornithology, v. 1 (1901-04), pp. 3-4, 33-38, 45-51, 59-61.

On the bird's highway. Boston, Small, Maynard & Company, 1899, 15, 174 pp.

On the birds' highway. Boston, Sherman, French & Company, 1907, 175 pp, col. front., pls.

Out-of-door studies. A ramble for winter birds. Boston Evening Transcript, December 14, 1895, [1 p.].

A partial list of birds of Waldo and Knox Counties. Bangor, Journal of the Maine Ornithological Society, v. 2 (1900), pp. 28-32.

A review of Prof. George H. Perkins' "A preliminary list of the birds found in Vermont" Contributions to North American ornithology; v. 2 (1902), pp. 5-23. [Includes list of birds found in Vermont, pp. 8-22]

A revised list of the birds of Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline Chronicle, May 31; June 7, 14, 21, 28; July 5, 12, 19, 1902.

Sir Charles Blagden, earliest of Rhode Island ornithologists. American Naturalist, v. 39 (1905), pp. 397-404.

A supplement to The birds of Rhode Island, by R. H. H. & Edward Sturtevant. Middletown, R.I.: [s.n.], 1903, 24 pp.

Notes on Rhode Island ornithology. Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. [1900])-v. 3, no. 4 (Oct. [1902]). Brookline, Mass.: R.H. Howe, Jr., 1900-02. Edited by R.H. Howe, Jr.

How the birds arrive. Boston Evening Transcript, April, 1897, [1] p.

A list of the birds of Bristol. Rhode Island, and adjacent localities. Bristol Phoenix, April 10, 1896.

Insects

Manual of the Odonata of New England. Concord, MA: Thoreau Museum of Natural History at Middlesex School (Memoir, no. 2), 1917-20 [i.e. 1921], 115, 14 pp., illus. (incl. maps), fold. plates [issued in 6 [i.e. 8] parts].

A new dragonfly from New England. Occasional Papers, Boston Society of Natural History, v. 5 (1922), pp. 19-20.

The Odonata of Concord, Massachusetts. Entomological News, v. 30 (1919), pp. 10-14.

Odonata of the Franconia region, New Hampshire. Canadian Entomologist, v. 51 (1919), pp. 9-15.

The distribution of New England Odonata. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, v. 36 (1921), pp. 105-133.

Manual of the Odonata of New England. Memoir of the Thoreau Museum of Natural History; II. Concord, Mass.: Thoreau Museum of Natural History, 1917-1920 [i.e. 1921].

Lichens

N. American lichens and the genus Usnea worldwide

Aspects of New England lichens. Plant World, v. 11 (1908), pp. 45-55.

The foliaceous and fruticose lichens of Concord, Massachusetts with keys to all New England species. Proc. Thoreau Museum of Natural History, Concord, v. 1 (1913-15), pp. 27-29, 30-32, 37-40. LOCATION: Botany Farlow Library: H858 v.3 (1)

Lichens of Mount Katahdin, Maine. Bryologist, v. 16 (1913), pp. 33-36, pl. 3.

Lichens of Mount Monadnock, New Hampshire. American Naturalist, v. 40 (1906), pp. 661-665.

Lichens of the Mount Monadnock region, N.H. Bryologist, v. 11 (1908), pp. 35-38.

Lichens of the Mount Monadnock region, N.H., no.5. Bryologist, v. 13 (1910), pp. 119-121.

Preliminary notes on the genus Usnea, as represented in New England. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, v. 36 (1909), pp. 309-327, pl. 21-23.

Some additions to the flora of Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Bryologist, v. 9 (1906), pp. 81-82.

Some lichens of Mt. Watatic, Massachusetts. Bryologist, v. 9 (1906), pp. 46-48.

Common and conspicuous lichens of New England: a fieldbook for beginners, by R. H. H. & Marion Appleton Howe. 5 pts. Boston: W.B. Clarke, 1906-1908.

A monograph of the Usneaceae of the United States and Canada. 2 pt. Memoir of the Thoreau Museum of Natural History. Concord, MA: Thoreau Museum of Natural History, 1914, 25, 36 pp.

Thoreau, the lichenist. Sound Beach, CT: The Agassiz Association Guide to Nature, v. 5, no. 1, pp.17-20, May 1912.

Howell, Arthur Holmes

A preliminary list of the summer birds of Mount Mansfield, Vermont. 1901. Auk, v. 18, pp. 337-347 Not NE

Howes, Paul Griswold 1892-

Backyard exploration, Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1927, 211 pp. front., illus., plates. 1935 xvi p., 211 p. Animals within a 5 mi. radius of Stamford, CT

Howland, John Snowdon -1885
d, Newport, RI; Oologist

Hoyt, William Henry 1855-1929
b, Stamford, CT; d, Palatka, FL (Winter home); Home: Stamford; Artist and ornithologist; Studied Cape Cod with Bristol Branting Club at Monomoy

Hu

Hubbard, Henry Guernsey 1850-1899
b,d, Detroit, MI

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

Schwarz, E. A., L. O. Howard and O. F. Cook. 1901. Henry Guernsey Hubbard. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, vol. 4, pp. 350-360.

Smith, J. B. 1899. Henry Guernsey Hubbard. Entomological News, vol. 10, pp. 80-82.

Hubbard, Oliver P.
Curator, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, NH, 1841; Meisel, 1841

Humphrey, Edward Goss 1855-1934
b, St. Johnsbury, VT; d, Somerville, MA

Blake, J. H. 1935. The Nautilus, vol. 48, p. 103.

Humphrey, James Ellis 1861-1897

Amherst trees. An aid to their study. Amherst, Mass., Carpenter & Morehouse, 1892. 78 p. 19 cm. "Based on a series of eleven papers ... which originally appeared in the issues of the Amherst Record from May 4th to July 13th, 1892" -Prefatory note.

Botany and botanists in New England. New England magazine, v. 14 (1896), pp. 29-44.

Hunt, Chreswell J.

August birds of Lake Sebago, Maine. Wilson Bulletin, n.s., vol. 14 (1907), pp. 16-19.

Hunt, David
Vice-president, Lyceum of Natural History of the Berkshire Medical Institute, Pittsfield; Meisel, 1823

Hunt, Ebenezer
Danvers; Quadrupeds

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

Hunt, G.
Collected in Coos County, 1840; Member, Providence Franklin Society, 1840s; Botany; Meisel, 1821

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]

Hunt, William Simpson 1842-1920

Bulletin of the Essex County Ornithological Club of Massachusetts, vol. 2, no. 1 (Dec. 1920), p. 54. (under Bubier)

Huntington, Asahel
President, Essex Institute

Dexter, R. W. 1980. Natural history at the Essex Institute, 1848-1898. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 116, pp. 21-33 [mentioned p. 25].

Huntington, J. H.
Portrait: Bent, A. H. 1911. Bibliography of the White Mountains, opposite p. 87; Collected in the White Mountains, 1870s

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.

Huntington, John Higginson
Molluscs, MCZ

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

Hutchings, William Henry Bradfield 1896-1961
b, N. Chili, NY; d, Springstead Farm, Somers, CT

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.

Hutchinson, Ethel Priscilla 1895-1966

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. 36-37]

Hy

Hyatt, Alpheus 1838-1902
b, Washington, DC; d, Cambridge, MA; 5 Apr. 1838-15 Jan. 1902
Education: Harvard, B.S., 1862

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.

Brooks, W. K. 1909. Memoir of Alpheus Hyatt, 1838-1902. Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 6, pp. 311-325.

Crosby, W. O. 1903. Geological Society of America Bulletin, vol. 14, pp. 504-512. Bibliography

Dall, W. H. 1902. Alpheus Hyatt. Popular Science Monthly, pp. 439-441. Portrait.

Dexter, R. W. 1952. The Annisquam laboratory of Alpheus Hyatt. Scientific Monthly, v. 74, pp. 112-116.

Dexter, R. W. 1973. Historical aspects of Alpheus Hyatt's work on fossil cephalopods. Malacological Review, 6(1): 38-40.

Dexter, R. W. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 389-391.

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

Haber, F. C. 1951. Sidelights on American science as revealed in the Hyatt Autograph Collection. Maryland Historical Magazine, v. 46(4), pp. 233-256.

Henshaw, S. 1902. Alpheus Hyatt. Science, n.s., vol. 15, pp. 300-302.

Jackson, R. T. 1913. Alpheus Hyatt and his principles of research. American Naturalist, vol. 47, pp. 195-205.

Mayer, A. G. 1911. Alpheus Hyatt. Popular Science Monthly, vol. 78 (February), pp. 129-146.

Packard, A. S, Jr. 1903. Alpheus Hyatt. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 38, pp. 715-727.

Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Science, vol. 5 (1905), pp. 389-391.

Tarr, R. S. 1885. Popular Science Monthly, vol. 28 (December), pp. 261-267. Portrait.

Memorial of Professor Alpheus Hyatt. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 30, no. 4 (June, 1902), pp. 413-433. [addresses by E. S. Morse, A. S. Packard, W. Warren, A. C. Boyden, F. W. Putnam]

Hyde, Lucius L.
Springfield Museum of Natural History; Birds; Meisel, 1859

Hyland, Fay 1900-

Check-list of the vascular plants of Maine, by Eugene Cecil Ogden, Ferdinand Henry Steinmetz, & F. H. Orono, ME: Josselyn Botanical Society of Maine, 1948, 69 p. Rev. ed. Orono, ME: Josselyn Botanical Society Bulletin no.8, 1966, 71p.

In

Ingalls, Charles Edward 1851-1917
b,d, East Templeton, MA; Businessman; Publications: Forest and Stream; Auk; American Bird Magazine; Philadelphia Weekly Pr; Gardner Journal; AOU

A provisional list of the mammals, reptiles and fishes of northern Worcester County, Massachusetts. n.p. n.d. Gardner Journal, Sept. 8, 1904, 4 pp.

Birds of Templeton and the adjoining towns. Gardner News, 1889. June 1.

Isham, Charles Bradley 1863-1951
b, New York City; d, Hyannis, MA; 2 articles in Auk, 1902; New England??; AOU

Ives, Benjamin Hale 1806-1837
Dexter, 1980, p. 23

Dexter, R. W. 1980. Natural history at the Essex Institute, 1848-1898. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 116, pp. 21-33 [mentioned p. 23].

Essex Institute Proceedings, vol. 2 (1862), pp. 25-26.

Ives, Eli 1779-1861
7 February 1778 - 8 October 1861
Yale University, AB, 1799, A.M., 1811;

Physician, botanist and professor at Yale College. Born in New Haven, CT, of Levi Ives, physician, and Lydia (Augur) Ives. After graduating from Yale in 1799, during fifteen months as rector at Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, he began the study of medicine with his father and with Dr. Eneas Munson, a notable botanist. He then went to Philadelphia to attend the lectures of Barton, Rush, and Wistar at the University of Pennsylvania. Returning to New Haven in 1802, he began his own practice and joined the Connecticut Medical Society, which granted him an honorary M.D. in 1811. He married Maria Beers in1805 and had five children. He had a major part in the founding of the Yale Medical School in 1813 and became its first professor of materia medica and botany, with Eneas Munson. In 1829 he shifted to the chair of theory and practice of medicine, then back to materia medica and botany in 1852, retiring a year later, and professor emeritus until his death. He served in the 1820 convention that compiled the Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America and was president of the second (1830) convention.

Ives was known for his thorough knowledge of local medicinal plants which be often prescribed and for his interest in horticulture. He published lists of New Haven plants in Timothy Dwight's 1811 Statistical Account of the City of New Haven (320 species) and in Baldwin's Annals of Yale College, 1831 and 1838, with William Tully and Melines C. Leavenworth (1156 species). Ives described the mudwort, Limosella subulata, which he discovered in Connecticut estuaries; H. N. Fenn and M. C. Leavenworth had also found it in New Haven. Ives established a botanical garden in association with the Medical School, but it had to be abandoned due to lack of support. Amos Eaton studied with Ives during Eaton's 1810-??? sojourn at Yale.

1817. Botanical description of the Tillaea connata and Limosella subulata. Transactions of the Physico-Medical Society of New York, vol. 1, pp. 439-442, 1 pl.

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American Journal of Science, ser. 2, vol. 32 (November 1861), p. 455.

American Medical Times, vol. 3 (1861), p. 361.

Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography. 6 vols. Ed. by J. G. Wilson & J. Fiske. NY: D. Appleton, 1888-89 Online version in Virtual American Biographies, Virtualology.com.

Bierring, W. L. 1947. Eli Ives, M.D. Pp. in Morris Fishbein, History of the American Medical Association 1847 to 1947. Saunders. Portrait, autograph.

Blummer, G. 1932. Eli Ives: practitioner, teacher and botanist. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, vol. 4, pp. 649-663.

Bronson, H. 1867. Biographical notice of Professor Eli Ives, M.D. New Haven, CT: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 12 pp. Portrait. [Reprinted from Proceedings of the Connecticut Medical Society, ser. 2, vol. 2 (1867), pp. 311-320] (vol. 1, p. 67 (appendix)????)

Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal, vol. 2, p. 382, 1863

Burget, G. C. 1966. Eli Ives of New Haven and Yale. Yale Medicine, vol. 2 (Winter), pp. 18-21; and Connectcut Medicine, vol. 31, no. 7 (July 1967), pp. 509-512.

Dexter, F. B. 1911. Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College, vol. 5. NY: H. Holt. [Eli Ives, pp. 358-362]

Dictionary of American biography. (NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1928-95. 20 v. + 10 Supplements). Article by H. T. -S.

Drake, Francis S. Dictionary of American biography, including men of the time ... and a supplement. Boston: Houghton; Osgood, 1879

Dutton, S. W. S. 1861. An Address at the Funeral of Eli Ives, M.D., October 10th, 1861. New Haven, CT: Thomas J. Stafford, 20 pp. [Reprinted from the New Englander, October, 1861

Greene, Nicholas M. "Eli Ives and the medical use of ether prior to 1846". J. Hist. Med. 1960, 15: 297-299.

Massey, R.U. "Eli Ives, 1779-1861" Connecticut Medicine 1992 May, 56(5): 269.

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 12.

Pearson, Howard A. "Lectures on the diseases of children by Eli Ives, MD, of Yale and New Haven: America's first academic pediatrician". Pediatrics. 1986 May, 77(5):680-6.

Pearson, Howard A. Lectures on the diseases of children by Eli Ives, M.D.: professor of materia medica ... the Medical Institution of Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut, 1813-1852. New Haven: Yale University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics, 1985.

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, pp. 634-635

Thoms, H. 1960. Eli Ives, 1779-1861, Class of 1799. Pp. 140-143 in Doctors of Yale College, 1702-1815, and the Founding of the Medical Institution. Hamden, CT: Shoe String Press, 199 pp. Portrait.

Catalogue of the phenogamous plants and the ferns growing without cultivation, within five miles of Yale College, Ct. New Haven. 1831.

Botanical description of the Tillaea connata and Limosella subulata. Transactions of the Physico-Medical Society of New York, vol. 1 (1817), pp. 439-442, 1 pl.

Observations on a species of Limosella, recently discovered inthe United States. American Journal of Science

Ives, John M.
Salem

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

Ja

Jack, John George

Trees and other woody plants found in the Harvard Forest, Petersham, Massachusetts. Bulletin of the Harvard Forestry Club, vol. 1, 1911. pp. 10-26.

Jackson, Charles Thomas 1805-1880
21 June 1805-28 Aug. 1880; b, Plymouth; d, Somerville, MA or in ME

Aldrich, M. L. 1981. Charles Thomas Jackson's geological surveys in New England, 1836-1844. Northeastern Geology, vol. 3, no. 1

American Journal of Science, ser. 3, vol. 20 (1880), pp. 351-352.

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.

Bouvé, T. T. 1883. Charles Thomas Jackson. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 21, pp. 40-47.

Boardman, S. L. 1893. Agricultural Bibliography of Maine, pp. 48-49.

Hineline, M. 1988. Charles Thomas Jackson and the first geological survey of Maine, 1836-1838. Studies in Maine Geology (Maine Geological Survey), vol. 1, pp. 1-16. Portrait.

Popular Science Monthly, vol. 19 (July 1881), pp. 404-407.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 14 (1881), pp. 430-432. Portrait

Woodworth, J. B. 1897. Charles Thomas Jackson. Amer. Geologist. vol. 20, pp. 69-110. pl. 4. Bibliography, p. 87-110, Portrait.

Jackson, Hall

Estes, J.W. 1979. Hall Jackson and the Purple Foxglove. Reviews: Historian, 1981, vol. 43, p. 585; American Scientist, 1980, vol. 68, p. 714.

Jackson, John Bernard Swett 1806-1879

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 14 (1879), pp. 344-352.

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. J. B. S. Jackson. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Memoir, pp. 199-201.

Bouvé, T. T. 1881. Remarks on the late J. B. S. Jackson. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 20, pp. 124-128.

Jackson, Joseph 1847-1924

Additions to the flora of Worcester county, Massachusetts. Worcester, MA: Natural History Society, iv (1927), 49, [6] p.

Catalogue of the phaenogamous and vascular cryptogamous plants of Worcester County, Massachusetts. Worcester Natural History Society, 48 pp. 2d ed., rev. and enl. Worcester: Franklin P. Rice, 1883, 76 p. ill.

Through glade and mead; a contribution to local natural history. Worcester, MA: Putnam, Davis and company, 1894, xii p., 1 l., 332 p. front., pl. (Appendix A. Flora of Worcester County. A catalogue of the phaenogamous and vascular cryptogamous plants of Worcester County, Massachusetts. 2d ed., rev. and enl. 1894; Appendix B. The trees and shrubs of Worcester County)

A catalogue of the flowering plants and ferns of Worcester County, Massachusetts. 3d ed. rev. and enl. Worcester Natural History Society, 1909, 102p., illus.,

Flora of Worcester County, Massachusetts. Worcester. 1883. Ed.2. Worcester. 1894

James, Edwin 1797-1861
27 Aug. 1797-28 Oct. 1861

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.

James, Edwin. 1821. "Catalogue of plants." Pp. 26-38 in Statistical account of the town of Middlebury in the state of Vermont. Part first. by Frederick Hall. Boston: Printed by Sewell Phelps, [3], 4-38 p. Also in Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, ser. 2, v.9 (1822), pp. 123-158 (James, pp. 146-158).

James, L. R.

Vermont Botanical Club. Brainerd, Ezra, L. R. James, and W. W. Eggleston. Flora of Vermont; a list of the fern and seed plants growing without cultivation. Contributions to the botany of Vermont, VIII. Burlington, Free press association, 1900, 113 pp. (Extracted from 20th Vermont Agricultural Report) LOCATION: Widener: Sci 1644.2

James, Thomas Potts 1803-1882
1 Sept. 1803-22 Feb. 1882

Druggist in Philadephia; moved to Cambridge in 1869. His Manual of the Mosses of North America finished by Sereno Watson

Collected in Coos County, 1858.

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.

Humphrey, J. E. 1896. Botany and botanists in New England. New England Magazine, v. 14, pp. 29-44 (p. 42).

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]

Sayre, G. 1984. Thomas Potts James: a bio-bibliography. Cryptogamie, Bryol. Lichénol, vol. 5, no. 1-2, pp. 51-62.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 17 (1882), PP. 405-406.

Harshberger, J. 1899. Botanists of Philadelphia [James, pp. 186-187]

Rothrock, J. T. 1883. Thomas Potts James. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 20, pp. 293-297.

Gray, A. 1889. Scientific Papers of Asa Gray, vol. 2, pp. 419-420

Gray, Asa. Biographical notice [of T.P. James.]. Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts & Sci. XVII. 1881-82.

James, William 1842-1910

James accompanied Louis Agassiz on his trip to Brazil.

Brazil through the eyes of William James : letters, diaries, and drawings, 1865-1866, ed. by M. H. P.T. Machado ; translated by J. M. Monteiro. Bilingual ed. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, 2006, 230 p.

Jarvis, Charles

Torrey, R. E. and E. L. Davis. 1953. The old Massachusetts herbarium. Rhodora, v. 55, pp. 7-13.

Jarvis, Edward

The autobiography of Edward Jarvis (1803-1884), ed. with an introduction by Rosalba Davico. Medical history, Supplement no. 12.

Traditions and Reminiscences of Concord, Massachusetts, 1779-1878, ed. by S. Chapin, introduction by R. A. Gross. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1993. [Addenda to Shattuck's History of Concord, p. 14, on Jarvis' botanical studies].

Grob, G. N. 1978. Edward Jarvis and the Medical World of Nineteenth-Century America. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Torrey, R. E. and E. L. Davis. 1953. The old Massachusetts herbarium. Rhodora, v. 55, pp. 7-13.

Jarvis, Rev. Samuel Farmar
President, Natural History Society of Hartford; Meisel, 1835

Je

Jeffries, Dr. John Amory 1859-1892
b, Milton; d, Boston, MA; MD, Harvard Medical School, 1884; Boston physician; Started with field work, shifted to more anatomy/embryology.; AOU

Jeffries, William Augustus 1856-1948
b, Boston, MA; d, Milton, MA; Harvard Medical School, 1875; Boston businessman, brother of John Amory Jeffries; Much field work near family summer home in Swampscott.; Collection in MCZ; AOU

Jenks, Charles William 1848-1929
b, Boston; d, Bedford(?); Harvard, 1871; Business, then farming; Botany, agriculture and horticulture, mammals; Member: New England Botanical Club, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston Society of Natural History, University Club of Boston, Appalachian Mountain Club, Concord Antiquarian Club ; AOU

Robinson, B. L. 1923. Emily Francis Fletcher. Rhodora, vol. 24, no. 297 (Sept.), 149-150. mentioned

Jenks, John Whipple Potter 1819-1894
b, West Boylston, MA; d, Providence, RI; Brown University, 1838; Principal, Pierce Academy, Middleboro, 1842-1891; Brown University Museum, Chairman of Agriculture, 1891-; AOU

Collected turtle eggs for Louis Agassiz as recounted in:
Sharp, D.L. 1916. Turtle Eggs for Agassiz. Atlantic Classics, First Series. Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, pp. 23-44.

Jenney, Charles Francis 1860-1923
b, Middleboro; d, Boston, MA; Boston University Law School, 1883; Lecturer, Boston University Law School; Judge, Superior and Supreme Court of Massachusetts; Lived mainly in Hyde Park; Director, Massachusetts Audubon Society; Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Nuttall Club, New England Botanical Club, Boston Society of Natural History, Wilson Ornithological Society, Cooper Ornithological Club, American Fern Society; Large library; AOU

Jesup, Henry Griswold

Henry Griswold Jesup. Rhodora, v. 5, no. 55 (July 1903), p. 191.

Poole, J. P. 1960. Professor Jesup's herbarium; an important aid to student and teacher is the little known botanical collection honoring the late Henry Griswold Jesup. Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, (March), 31-33, 40-41 pp. Portraits. LOCATION: Botany Gray/Arnold

Report of the Forestry Commission of New Hampshire. June session, 1885. Concord, P.B. Cogswell, 1885.

A catalogue of the flowering plants and higher cryptogams found within thirty miles of Hanover, N.H., including a few cultived species, to which is appended a list of vertebrate animals of the same region. N.P. 1891. 91 pp.

A preliminary catalogue of the flowering plants and higher cryptogams growing without cultivation within thirty miles of Hanover, N.H., to which is appended a list of the vertebrates of the same region [pp. 53-74]. Hanover, N.H., 1882. LOCATION: Botany Arnold (Cambr.):Fl 74.2 J49 188244612

Catalogue of the more common plants to be found within twelve miles of Hanover, N.H. during April, May and June, both native and introduced.Hanover, 1879, 14 pp. LOCATION: Botany Gray/Arnold:Fl 74.2 J49

Edward Jessup of West Farms, Westchester Co., New York, and his descendants: with an introduction and an appendix, the latter containing records of other American families of the name with some additional memoranda. Cambridge , Mass.: Priv. print. for the author by J. Wilson, 1887. LOCATION: Widener:US 42158.1

Letters to Henry Griswold Jesup, 1859-1895 (inclusive). LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium:

Report of the Forestry Commission of New Hampshire. June session, 1885.Concord, P.B. Cogswell, 1885, 105 pp. LOCATION: Biological Labs:5260 N42

Jewett, Charles Coffin 1816-1868 Nat??

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 8 (1868), pp. 14-15.

Jo

Job, Herbert Keightley 1864-1933
b, Boston, MA; Delmar, NY; AB, Harvard, 1888; Hartford Theological Seminary, 1891; Congregational minister, North Middleboro, MA, 1891-1898, Kent, CT, 1898-1908; State Ornithologist of Connecticut, 1908; Went south, SC, VA, 1926; AOU

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Photo, Graham, Audubon Ark, p. 56

Notes on some of the winter birds of Massachusetts.

The sport of bird-study; a book for young or active people. New York, The Outing publishing company, 1908.

Herbert Keightley Job Collection, Watkinson Library, Raether Library and Information Technology Center, Trinity College Library, Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Consists of correspondence, notebooks and glass plate photographs. Inventory.

Jodrey, Judge Lawrence

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].

Johnson, Charles Willison 1863-1932
b, Morris Plains, NJ; d, Brookline, MA

Curator, Museum, Wagner Free Institute, Philadelphia, 1888-1903; Curator, Boston Society of Natural History, 1903-1932; Associate editor, Nautilus, 1890-; Molluscs, Diptera

Diptera went to MCZ

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. 3 (1921)

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Entomological News, vol. 39, p. 257. Diptera

Gray, A. F. 1933. Charles Willison Johnson, 1863-1932. Nautilus, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 129-134. Portrait.

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Portrait, Nautilus, vol. 46, no. 3, 1933.

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Schick, M. 1950. Charles W. Johnson, 1863-1932. Min. Conch. Club. S. Californis, vol. 98 (March), pp. 5-6.

Fauna of New England: 13. List of the mollusca. Boston Society of Natural History. Occasional papers; v. 7, pt. 13. Boston: Boston Society of Natural History, 1915.

A list of the insect fauna of Nantucket, Massachusetts. Publications of the Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association; v. III, no. 2. Nantucket, Mass.: [s.n.], 1930.

Johnson, Duncan Starr

Coker, W. C. 1937. Professor Duncan Starr Johnson. Science, vol. 86, no. 2240, 7 p.

Littoral vegetation on a headland of Mt. Desert Island, Maine. Botanical contribution no. 87, [97, 101] from the Johns Hopkins University. Lancaster, Pa.: Lancaster Press, [1928?]. Not NE

Johnson, Grace Pettis

Birds of Springfield, Massachusetts, and vicinity. [Springfield]: Springfield Museum of Natural History, 1911. 16 pp. Museum of natural history, Springfield, Mass., Bulletin, no. 5. 7th ed. Springfield, Mass., The Robert O. Morris fund, Museum of natural history, 1946. 56 pp.

Historical sketch: Museum of Natural History, 1859-1909. Springfield, MA: The City Library Association, Springfield, Mass, 1910. 58 pp. 10 plates, ports.

Johnson, Jonathan
Nahant, Acknowledged in Storer, 1839

Johnston, John
Corresponding secretary, Cuvieran or Natural History Society of Wesleyan University, Middleton, CT; Minerals?; Meisel, 1836

Johnson, Lorenzo Nickerson

Notes on the flora of southwestern Connecticut.

Jolly, William H.

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

Jones, Clinton Mellen

Field notes on Connecticut birds. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa studies in natural history ... Vol.XIII (1931), no.4, 40 pp. (New series no.200)

Jones, F. M.

The Lepidoptera of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard Islands, Massachusetts. Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association Publications 4 (1943), 217 pp. (with C. P. Kimball)

Jones, Miss Genevieve E. -1879
Bulletin of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, 1879, p. 228

Jones, Lewis Ralph 1864-1945

Walker, J. C. and A. J. Riker. 1958. Lewis Ralph Jones, December 5, 1864-April 1, 1945. National Academy of Sciences Biographical memoirs v. 31 (1958) [7th memoir] pp. [156]-179. port. 24 cm.

The handbook of Vermont shrubs and woody vines. 1st Tuttle ed. Rutland: C. E. Tuttle Co., 1979.

Vermont shrubs and woody vines. Bulletin / Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station; no. 145. Burlington: Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, 1909. pp. 52-199.

Jones, Lombard Carter 1866-1944
d, Falmouth, MA; Harvard Medical School, 1890; Physician in Malden and Falmouth; Member, Board of Overseers, Harvard College; American Medical Society; Royal Geographical Society of London; Hakluyt Society

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. 309-310].

Jones, Thomas K.
Portland, ME

Sign painter

Harvey, F. L. 1902. A catalogue and bibliography of the Odonata (Dragon-flies) of Maine, with an annotated list of their collectors. University of Maine Studies, no. 4.

Portland Society of Natural History, secretary

Collector especially of beetles but also of Odonata. Maine beetles given to Portland Society of Natural History. Odonates may have been sent to the Museum of Comparative Zoology; Jones is mentioned by Hagen.

Josselyn, John fl. 1630-1675

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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Goode, G. B. 1886. John Josselyn. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, vol. 3, pp. 62-63. Reprinted in U. S. National Museum Annual Report for 1897, 1901, pt. 2, p. 376.

[Russell, John L.] [Identification of plants mentioned in Josselyn's New England's Rarities Discovered]. Proceedings of the Essex Institute, vol. 2, pp. 94-115.

Tino, C. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 414-415.

John Josselyn, colonial traveler: a critical edition of Two voyages to New-England. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1988.

Histories and narratives. Library of American Puritan writings; v. 9. New York, N.Y.: AMS Press, [1986].

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New-England's rarities discovered in birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, and plants of that country. Boston: W. Veazie, 1865.

Transactions and collections of the American Antiquarian Society, vol. 4 (1860), pp. 105-238.

New-Englands rarities discovered: in birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, and plants of that country. Together with the physical and chyrurgical remedies wherewith the natives constantly use to cure their distempers, wounds, and sores. Also a perfect description of an Indian squa, in all her bravery; with a poem not improperly conferr'd upon her. Lastly a chronological table of the most remarkable passages in that country amongst the English. Illustrated with cuts. London, Printed for G. Widdowes, 1672.

An account of two voyages to New-England: made during the years 1638, 1663. Boston: William Veazie, 1865.

An account of two voyages to New-England. The second eddition. London: Printed for G. Widdowes ..., 1675.

An account of two voyages to New-England, wherein you have the setting out of a ship, with the charges; the prices of all necessaries for furnishing a planter and his family at his first coming; a description of the countrey, natives and creatures, with their merchantil and physical use; the government of the countrey as it is now possessed by the English, &c. A large chronological table of the most remarkable passages, from the first discovering of the continent of America, to the year 1673. London, Printed for G. Widdows, 1674. LOCATION: Houghton: *EC65 J7935 674a

Ka

Kaston, B. J.

Kellogg, Ebenezer 1789-1846

"Ebenezer Kellogg, A.M. Professor of Languages in Williams College, with C. Dewey, the most persevering and zealous naturalist in New England." Approx. A. Eaton, 1817, P. 173 in McAllister's Eaton.

Durfee, C. 1871. Williams Biographical Annals, pp. 142-143.

New Englander's impressions of Georgia in 1817-1818: Excerpts from diary. Ed. by S. W. Martin. Journal of Southern History, vol. 12 (1946), pp. 247-262.

Kellogg, James Lawrence 1866-
b, Kewanee, IL; PhD, Hopkins, 1892; hon, AM Williams, 1901; Assistant professor-Professor, Williams, 1899-; Lamellibranchs

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Kendall, William Converse 1861-

An annotated catalogue of the fishes of Maine. Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History. v. 3 (1914), pt. 1, p. 1-198. [RI: RIU]

Fishes and fishing in Sunapee Lake. United States. Bureau of Fisheries. Document no. 783. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1913. LOCATION: Widener: Econ 7625.6

The fishes of the Connecticut Lakes and neighboring waters, with notes on the plankton environment. [United States] Bureau of fisheries document, no. 633. Washington, Govt. print. off., 1908.

Kendig, Amos B. 1830-1909
b, Lancaster Co., PA; d, Brookline, MA; Methodist clergyman

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.

The Nautilus, vol. 22, p. 111.

Kennard, Frederic Hedge 1865-1937 at 72
Home in Brookline; Curator of Birds, Boston Society of Natural History; Bulletin of the Boston Society of Natural History no. 83, p. 13, 1937.; Collection in MCZ; AOU

Published in Auk

The trials of a near-ornithologist. Bull. Essex County Ornithol. Club. of Mass. 1934. No. 16. 4-6.

A list of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbaceous plants native to New England, bearing fruit or seeds attractive to birds.

Kennedy, George Golding 1841-1918
b, Roxbury; d, Milton, MA; Botany in Coos County, 1890-1895

George Golding Kennedy, '64. Harvard Alumni Bulletin, vol. 20, p. 595.

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.

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. 37-39]

Williams, E. F. 1919. George Golding Kennedy. Rhodora, vol. 21, no. 242 (Feb.), pp. 25-35. Portrait.

Flora of Willoughby, Vermont. Rhodora, v. 6, pp. 93-134, 148, 1904.

Papers of George Golding Kennedy, 1864-1896 (bulk). ca. 3.75 linear ft.. Arranged in three series: I. Correspondence, II. Journals, III. Manuscripts. Kennedy (Harvard University, A.B. 1864; M.D. 1867) after briefly practicing medicine, took over management of his father's business, and continued to study botany. He published articles, including a flora of Willoughby, Vt. (1904); developed a sizeable herbarium; and was active on the visiting committee of the Gray Herbarium and endowed the Library.; LOCATION: Botany Gray Herbarium

Ki

Kidder, Nathaniel Thayer 1860-1938
AB, Harvard, 1882; Businessman; Vice-president, Boston Society of Natural History; Bussey Institute, 1886; Trustee, Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts Horticultural Society; Member, New England Botanical Club; Botany; Bulletin of the Boston Society of Natural History no. 88, p. 15, 1938; AOU

Kieran, John

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].

Kilham, Dr. Daniel 1753-1841
b, d, Wenham, MA; AB, Harvard, 1777; Studied medicine with Dr. Holyoke of Salem; Member of both branches of the General Court; Member of the Governor's Council; Friend of J. Q. Adams and T. Pickering; A founder of the American Academy; Home: 185 Main St., Wenham; Wenham in Pictures and Prose, 1992, p. 82

Jackson, R. L. 1948. The Physicians of Essex County. Salem, MA: Essex Institute, 152 pp. [pp. 64-65]

Kilham, Lawrence
Interview: The crow man. Life, June, 1989, pp. 25-27. Portrait.

Kimball, Charles. P.

The Lepidoptera of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard Islands, Massachusetts. Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association Publications 4 (1943), 217 pp. (Sr. author: F. M. Jones)

The Lepidoptera of Nantucket: being a supplement to: "A list of insect fauna of Nantucket, Massachusetts" by Charles Willison Johnson. Publications of the Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association; v. III, no. 3. [Nantucket, Mass.: s.n.], 1939. 53 pp.

King, George B. 1848-
b, Lowell, MA; Self-educated; Coccidae, Formicidae of Massachusetts

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

King, Henry F.
Mollusca, Paleontology

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

King, John L.
Founder, Springfield Museum of Natural History, 1859; Meisel

Kingsbury, John
President, Providence Franklin Society, 1840-1843; Meisel, 1821

Kingsley, John Sterling 1854-1929
b, Cincinnatus, NY; d, Berkeley, CA; Williams, A.B., 1875; Princeton, Sc,D., 1885; Tufts, 1892-; Student of A. S. Packard; Comparative embryology and anatomy

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Science, n.s., vol. 70, pp. 570-572, 1929

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.

Additions to the recorded fauna of Casco Bay, Maine. Proc. of the Portland Society of Natural History, v. 2 (1902), pp. 203-205.

The naturalist's assistant; a handbook for the collector and student, with a bibliography of fifteen hundred works necessary for the systematic zoologist. Boston, Cassino, 1882, 228 pp.

Kirkham, Fanny Curtis Barri (Mrs. James Wilson Kirkham) 1857-1928
b, Cambridge; d, Springfield, MA; Apparently no publications; AOU

Kirkland, Archie H. 1873-
b, Huntington, MA; MS, Massachusetts College, 1896; Assistant entomologist, Massachusetts Gypsy Moth work, 1894-1900; Superintendent, 1905-1908; Economic entomology

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Kirtland, Dr. Jared P. 1793-1877

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

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts adn Sciences, n.s., vol. 5, pp. 452-453, 1878.

American Journal of Science, 3 ser., vol. 15, p. 80, 1878.

Rogers, R. M. 1986. Dr. Jared P. Kirtland amateur of horticulture. Journal of Garden History, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 357-375. Portrait.

Gehr, A. R. 1952. Jared Potter Kirtland. Explorer, vol. 2, no. 7, pp. 1-33.

Dexter, R. W. 1977. Dr. Jared P. Kirtland, Cleveland's first malacologist and some of his correspondence. Sterkiana, no. 65-66, pp. 11-13.

Dexter, R. W. 1980. The Kirtland-Storer correspondence on Ohio fishes (1838-45) and a Kirtland-Baird collection of Ohio fishes (1853). Kirtlandia: The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 32: 1-19.

[Ingersoll, E.] 1878. An aged naturalist gone. The Country, vol. 1 (January 19), p. 160

Newberry, J. S. 1886. National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoirs, vol. 2, pp. 127-138.

Moulton, J. M. 1957. A collection of drawings of fishes ascribed to J. P. Kirtland (1793-1877) in the library of Bowdoin College. Breviora, no. 80, pp. 1-4.

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

Kittredge, Elsie May 1870-1954

Brown, P. M. 1976. "A seed, many years dormant." The discoveries of Elsie M. Kittredge, botanist. Vermont Natural History, pp. 9-12. Worked with Elizabeth Billings on a 1500 specimen herbarium of Woodstock (NH?) flora.

Ferns and flowering plants of Woodstock Vermont. Woodstock, VT: Elm Tree Press, 1931, 57 p.

Supplement to Ferns and flowering plants of Woodstock Vermont, 1936. Woodstock, VT: E.M. Kittredge? [7] pp.

Kloseman, Miss. Jessie Emma 1876-1940
b, Saugerties, NY; d, Boston, MA; Home Boston, nearly 40 years; Member, Boston Mycological Club, Brookline Bird Club, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Massachusetts Audubon Society, Vermont Bird Club; General nature; AOU

Kn

Knight, Ora Willis 1874-1913
b, Bangor, ME; BS, 1895, MS (Chemistry), 1897, hon. DSc, 1909, Maine; Chemist; President, Josselyn Botanical Society, 1908-; Herbarium in Smithsonian; Library in Bangor Public Library; Member, Phi Kappa Phi Society, Maine Ornithological Society, American Chemical Society; Chemistry, geology, botany, ornithology of Maine; AOU

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

A list of the birds of Maine, showing their distribution by counties and their status in each county. Augusta: The University of Maine, Department of natural history, Bulletin no. 3, 1897, 184 p. (United ornithologists of Maine).

The birds of Maine; with key to and description of the various species known to occur or to have occured in the state, an account of their distribution and migration, showing their relative abundance in the various counties of the state as well as other regions, and contributions to their life histories. Bangor, Me. [printed by C. H. Glass & co.] 1908. 693 pp.

Knobel, Edward 1839-1908
b, Lehrbach, Oberhessen; d, Walpole, MA

"Artist; studied art at Düsseldorf and London. To Am, '65; St. Louis, '65-'67; Boston, Mass, L Prang Co '67-'73, Forbes Lith Co, '73-'08. Specialized in plant and animal subjects" Barnhart Biographical Notes. Inf. from letter in JHB files

Beetles of New England and their kind; a guide to know them readily. Boston: B. Whidden, 1895, 45 pp., illus.

The day butterflies and duskflyers of New England, how to find and know them. Boston: B. Whidden, 1895, 40 pp., illus.

Ferns and evergreens of New England,. A simple guide for their determination. Boston: B. Whidden, 1895, 26 pp., 11 plates.

Field guide to the grasses, sedges and rushes of the United States. Dover books on plants. 2nd rev. ed. New York: Dover, , 1977 c1980.

Field key to the land birds. Boston: B. Whidden, 1899, 55 pp., illus., 9 col. plates.

The fresh water fishes of New England and those ascending the streams from the sea. Boston: B. Whidden, 1896, 40 pp., illus.

The grasses, sedges and rushes of the northern United States, illustrated; an easy method of identification. Boston: B. Whidden, 1899, 78 pp., illus., plates.

A guide to find the names of all wild-growing trees and shrubs of New England by their leaves. Boston: L. Barta, 1894, 48 pp., illus.

Identify trees and shrubs by their leaves; a guide to trees and shrubs native to the Northeast. New York, Dover Publications [1972].

Mosquitoes, gnats, craneflies, midges and flies of the northern states. Boston: B. Whidden, 1897, 64 pp., illus.

The night moths of New England, how to determine them readily. Boston: B. Whidden, 1895, 63 pp., illus.

The spiders of the northern states. Boston: Knight and Millet, 1901, 54 pp. illus.

The turtles, snakes, frogs and other reptiles and amphibians of New England and the north. Boston: B. Whidden, 1896, 47 pp., illus.

The wild animals of North America. Ill. by the author. NY: The Authors and Newspapers Association, 1908, 9 pt., illus.

Knowlton, Clarence Hinckley 1876-

The goldenrods of the Massachusetts South Shore. South Shore Nature Club, 1930, 8 pp.

Flora of Rocky Woods Reservation, Medfield, Massachusetts. Boston, 1950, 11 p.

Plant societies of south-eastern Massachusetts. Hingham, Mass., South Shore Nature Club, 1949. 10 p. 23 cm.

The asters of the Massachusetts South Shore. South Shore Nature Club, 1931, 10 p.

Notes on the flora of Day Mountain, Franklin County, Maine.

Trees of the Massachusetts South Shore (Quincy to Duxbury, and inland). South Shore Nature Club, 1933. 13 p.

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Kuerzi, J. F.

Notes on the summer birds of western Litchfield County, Connecticut, by J. F. K. and R. G. Kuerzi.. Abstr. Linnaean Society of New York, no. 43-44, 1934, 14 pp.

Kuerzi, R. G.

Notes on the summer birds of western Litchfield County, Connecticut, by J. F. Kuerzi and R. G. K. Abstr. Linnaean Society of New York, no. 43-44, 1934, 14 pp.

Kunkel, Beverly Waugh 1881-
b, Harrisburg, PA; PhD, Yale, 1905; Instructor, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale, 1901-; Reptile anatomy, Amphipoda/Isopoda

Kurtz, John D. 1822-1877
b, ME

La

Lambert, Fred Dayton 1871-1931
b, Muscatina, IA; PhD, Tufts, 1897; Assistant Professor of Biology, Tufts, 1898; Morphology and life history of green algae

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Knowlton, C. H. 1932. Fred Dayton Lambert. Rhodora, vol. 34, no. 399 (March), pp. 41-48. Portrait.

Lamson, G. H.

The reptiles of Connecticut. Hartford: Connecticut Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin no. 54, 1935.

Lamson-Scribner, F.

See Scribner, Frank Lamson

Lane, A. L.

Bird notes from East Winthrop, Maine. Journal of the Maine Ornithological Society, vol. 9 (1907), pp. 42-45.

Laski, J. K.

Botanical survey in Maine with Aaron Young (Dictionary of American Biography entry on A. Young)

Laurent, Philip

Notes on the insect fauna of Somerset Co., Maine. Can. Ent., 27 (1895), pp. 322-324.

Lawrence
"botanist and gardener" of the Shakers of New Lebanon, Mass. in 1827.; Rafinesque in Struik, p. 341

Lawrence, Barbara
Curator, Mammals, MCZ

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 229].

Lawrence, Daniel S.
Founder, Providence Franklin Society; Meisel, 1821

Lawrence, William S.
Secretary, Connecticut Society of Natural History, 1854-1856; Meisel, 1835

Lawson, R.

Thirteen Ipswich River bird trips. Bulletin of the Essex County Ornithological Club, 1919, 13-34.

Le

Leavenworth, Melines Conklin 1796-1862
Cooperated with Eli Ives on list of New Haven plants in Baldwin's Annals of Yale College, 1831, 1838; Dictionary of American Biography article on Ives

American Journal of Science, ser. 2, vol. 35 (March 1863), p. 306.

Rockwell, P. G. 1867. Proceedings of the Connecticut Medical Society, ser. 2, vol. 2, pp. 269-272.

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, pp. 725-726)

Leavitt, Robert Greenleaf 1865-]

The Geographic distribution of nearly related species. Am. Naturalist 41 (1907) 207.

The forest trees of New England. Jamaica Plain, Mass.: The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, 1933. 1832 ed.? 179 pp.

Lee, John Clarke
Salem

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

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, n.s., vol. 6 (whole ser., vol. 14), pp. 352-353, 1879

Willson, C. B. 1878. Memorial of John Clarke Lee. Essex Institute Historical Collections, vol. 15, pp. 35-62.

Lee, Leslie Alexander 1852-1908
b, South Woodstock, VT; d, Portland, ME; AB, Harvard, 1874; PhD, St. Lawrence University, 1885; Professor Biology and Geology, Bowdoin, 1881-; Instructor, Biology and Geology, Bangor Theological Seminary; President, Maine Ornithological Society; President, Portland Society of Natural History; Served with U.S. Fish Commission; Naturalist on "Albatross"; State Geologist of Maine, 1903-; Chairman, Maine Topographical Survey, 1899-; Vertebrate anatomy, Forams, Mammals and geology of Maine; AOU

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. 1 (1906)

Cilley, Jonathan Prince. Bowdoin boys in Labrador: an account of the Bowdoin College scientific expedition to Labrador led by Prof. Leslie A. Lee of the Biological Department. Rockland, ME: Rockland Publishing Company, [189-?], 71 pp. [Expedition took place in 1891. Letter dated October 1893 is printed on p. 66-71.]

Leighton, Clare 1899-1989

Contemporary Authors, v. 108.

Who Was Who in America, v. 10, 1989-1993.

Wikipedia

Where land meets sea; the tide line of Cape Cod, written and engraved by Clare Leighton. NY: Rinehart, 1954, 202 p.

Leonard, Emily J.

Catalogue of the phaenogamous and vascular cryptogamous plants, found growing in Meriden, Conn.: (incompleted). Meriden, Conn.: Meriden Scientific Assoc., Transactions, v. 1, 40 pp. 1885.

Leonard, Rev. H. C.
Birds

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.

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

Leonard, Levi Washburn 1790-1864

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

Eliot, S. A. 1910. Heralds of a Liberal Faith. Vol. 3: The Preachers, ed. by Samuel A. Eliot. Boston: American Unitarian Association. [pp. 202-206]

The History of Dublin, N. H. Boston: John Wilson and Son, 1855. Portrait

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.

Lermond, Norman Wallace 1861-1944
b, Knox County; d, Thomaston, ME; Curator, Knox Academy of Arts and Sciences, Thomaston, ME; Molluscs

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. 1944/45. I knew Lermond. American Malacological Union, News bull. and annual report, 1944-1945, pp. 1-3.

The Nautilus, vol. 58, pp. 102-105.

Autobiography of Norman Wallace Lermond, Maine's Naturalist/Socialist, ed. by S. M. Martin. Northeastern Naturalist: Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 197–228.

From MS in Museum of Comparative Zoology. Includes his scientific bibliography.

Lesueur, Charles Alexandre 1778-1846
1 Jan. 1778-12 Dec. 1846

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.

Hamy, E.-T. 1904. Les voyages du naturaliste Ch. Alex. Lesueur dans L'Amérique du Nord (1815-1837). Paris: Société des Américanistes. [New England visits, pp. 31-36]

Schwarz, R. G. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 461-464.

Levey, William Charlesworth 1887-1914
b, Indianapolis IN; d, Alton Bay, Lake Winnepesaukee, NH (summer home); Connection with SC?; Conservation; AOU

Lewis, Edwin R.

Rhode Island. Commissioners of Birds [Remington, Charles H., Willliam H. Thayer, Alexander O'D. Taylor, Edwin R. Lewis, W. Gordon Reed]. A check list of Rhode Island nesting birds, with data. [Providence? R.I.] c1908.

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Lincoln, Levi
Founder, Worcester Lyceum of Natural History, 1825; Meisel

Linder, David Hunt 1899-1946
b, Brookline; d, Boston, MA

Weston, W. H., E. S. Barghoorn and I. M. Johnston. 1947. [Obituary]. Harvard University Gazette, vol. 42, no.25 (March 8), pp. 139-140.

Linsley, Rev. James Harvey 1787-1843
Teacher, Clergyman; 20th Century Biographical Dictionary

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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Little, Daniel 1724-1801
Wells, ME; Sibley

Bourne, Edward E. "Daniel Little" in The History of Wells and Kennebunk. Portland, ME: B. Thurston, pp. 708-723, 1875, portrait on p. 709.

Daniel Little, in Sibley's Harvard Graduates, edited by Clifford K. Shipton, vol. 12, pp. 41-48, [Portrait]

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

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b, Salem, MA; Student of Bigelow; "Son of the late Dr. M. Little, of Salem, d. at sea 31st ult. aged 22 (Columbian Centinel, Apr. 19, 1826); Botanized with B. D. Greene in White Mountains, 1823; Graustein, Nuttall, p. 332; Gifford, Medical botanists of New England

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Lloyd, Andrew James 1848-1906
b, Lockport, NS; d, Boston, MA; Optician; Sportsman turned birder; Botany

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Locke, John 1792-1856
b, Fryeburg, ME; d, Cincinnati, OH; MD, Yale, 1819

Also geology and physics. May have published a botanical textbook. Contributor to Wood's Class-book (preface).; Barnhart

Appleton's cyclopædia of American biography. NY: D. Appleton and company, 1887-89, 6 v. [vol. 3, p, 751]. Online version in Virtual American Biographies, Virtualology.com.

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, vol. 54 (1856), p. 487.

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, pp. 751-752.

Lockwood, Moses B.
President, Providence Franklin Society, 1843-1845; Meisel, 1821

Loomis, F. B.
American Journal of Science, ser. 4, vol. 34, pp. 17-2, 1912. Maine shell heaps

A new mink from the shell heaps of Maine American. Journal of Science, ser. 4, vol. 31 ( 1911), pp. 227-229.

Lord, Nathan
Vice-president, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, NH, 1841; Maisel, 1841

Lord, Rev. William Rogers 1847-1916
b, Boston; d, Dover, MA; AB, Amherst, 1875; Union Theological Seminary, 1878; Several pastorates, MA, NY, MN, OR; AOU

Lorenz, Annie 1879-1927

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. 40-41]

Haynes, C. C. 1928. Annie Lorenz: biographical notice, followed by appreciations from various botanists. Bryologist, vol. XXXI, January, 1928. List of botanical articles by Annie Lorenz, compiled by Alexander W. Evans, p. 6-7. Port.

Loring, Charles

Amateur botanist, friend of Asa Gray

Loveridge, Arthur
Curator, Reptiles and Amphibians, MCZ

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 292].

Williams, E. E. 1982. Arthur Loveridge: a life in retrospect. Breviora (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University), no. 471, 12 pp.

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Lowe, F. C.

Canadian Entomologist, vol. 7 (1875). Lepidoptera in Essex Co, CT

Lowell, John 1744-1802

Memorial History of Boston, vol. 4, p. 518, 1881.

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Lowell, John Amory 1798-1881

Gray, A. 1882. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 17, pp. 408-411. Reprinted in the Scientific Papers of Asa Gray, vol. 2, pp. 421-424. .

Graustein, Nuttall, p. 375-; Supported Gray's collectors; Donated books to Gray's herbarium (Dupree, Gray, p. 328]; Collected in Coos County, 1823, 1846-47

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Old Residents' Historical Association of Lowell, vol. 2, 1882, frontis.

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Smith, C. C. Memoir, 1898, frontis.

Lownes, Albert Edgar

Natural history book collector, early collected New England floras, then general science. Purchased Baldner from John Charles Phillips library. Books now at Brown.

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Occurrence of Pseudemys at Plymouth, Mass. Copeia, vol. 38, pp. 98-100, 1916. ???

Luce, Lyman 1846-1892

Rogers, F. B. 1977. Dr. Lyman Luce (1846-92): physician-naturalist of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Journal of the History of Medicine, vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 423-427.

Lufkin, Frank
Pigeon Cove; Plants

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Lunt, Horace

Across lots. Boston, D. Lothrop Company, [1888]

Lutz, Harold John

Trends and silvicultural significance of upland forest successions in southern New England. Yale University. School of Forestry, Bulletin, no.22. New Haven, Yale University, 1928.

Lyman, George Richard 1871-
b, Lee Center, IL; PhD, Harvard, 1906; Dartmouth, 1901-; Life history of algae and fungi

Lyman, H. H.

List of diurnal Lepidoptera taken in the vicinity of Portland, Maine. Canadian Entomologist, vol. 12 (1880), pp. 7-9, 252.

Lyman, H.

Collected in Coos County, 1859

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.

Lyman, Theodore 1833-1897
23 Aug. 1833-9 Sept. 1897; b, Waltham; d, Nahant, MA; Echinoderms

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.

Who Was Who in America

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.

Adams, C. F. 1906. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, vol. 20, pp. 147-177.

Agassiz, G. R. 1927. Theodore Lyman. Pp. 149-153 in Later Years of the Saturday Club, 1870-1920, ed. by M. A. De Wolfe Howe. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 427 p. Portrait

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