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St. John, Harold

St. John, Harold. 1929. Plants of the headwaters of the St. John River, Maine. Pullman, WA: Research Studies, State College of Washington, v. 1, no. 1, pp. 28-58, [2] leaves of plates ill., map.

Sage, Jno. John Hall 1847-1925
b, Portland, CT; Boston, MA (hospital); Home: Portland, CT, summered in Maine; Public schools; Trinity, hon. MS; Banker, 1873-; Wadsworth Atheneum, Curator of Natural History; President, AOU; Member: AAAS, Connecticut Botanical Society, Connecticut Historical Society, New York Academy of Sciences, Linnaean Society of New York, Biological Society of Washington, Cooper Ornithological Club, Wilson Ornithological Club, National Audubon Society, Connecticut Audubon Society; Also botany; AOU

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Sage, John Hall, Bishop, Louis Bennett, [1865-] Bliss, Walter Parks. 1913. The birds of Connecticut. Hartford, CT: Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin no. 20. State of Connecticut public document; no. 47 370 p.

Sage, John Hall. Bird-life in the vicinity of Hartford: a list of birds found during April within fifteen miles of Hartford, Conn. [Hartford, Conn.: s.n.], 1904, 3 pp. Prepared for the Hartford Scientific Society

Sage, John Hall. Spring migration: average dates of arrival of birds within fifteen miles of Hartford, Conn. [S.l.: s.n., 1902], 12 pp. Prepared for the Hartford Scientific Society

Sage, John Hall. List of birds found about my house at Portland, Conn. [n.p.], [1898]. pp. 16.

Salisbury, Stephen
Founder, Worcester Lyceum of Natural History; Meisel, 1925

Samuels, Edward Augustus 1836-1908
b, Boston; d, Fitchburg, MA, 6/13/1908); Worked with State Board of Agriculture; Curator, State Cabinet of Natural History; President, Massachusetts Fish and Game Protective Association

Adams, Oscar Fay: A Dictionary of American Authors, 1897

AOU

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

Auk, vol. 25 (July 1908), p. 34.

Edward A. Samuels [obituary]. Forest and Stream, v. 70, no. 4, p. [927] (June 13, 1908).

Herringshaw's National Library of American Biography, 1909-14

Who's Who in America: 1899-1900, 1908/09

Primary

Our northern and eastern birds. Containing descriptions of the birds of the northern and eastern states and British provinces; together with a history of their habits, times of arrival and departure, their distribution, food, song, time of breeding, and a careful and accurate description of their nests and eggs ... By Edward A. Samuels. With a supplement from Holder's "American fauna." New York, R. Worthington, 1883. vii, 600 p. illus. 26 cm. First edition issued in 1867 under title: Ornithology and oology of New England.

Descriptive catalogue of the birds of Massachusetts. Boston, 1864.

Mammalogy and ornithology of New England with reference to agricultural economy. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Report 1863, pp. 265-286.

Oology of some of the land birds of New England, as a means of identifying injurious or beneficial species. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Report 1865, 1864, pp. 386-430.

Ornithology and oology of New England: containing full descriptions of the birds of New England, and adjoining states and provinces, arranged by a long-approved classification and nomenclature; together with a complete history of their habits, times of arrival and departure, their distribution, food, song, time of breeding, and a careful and accurate description of their nests and eggs; with illustrations of many species of the birds, and accurate figures of their eggs. Boston, Nichols and Noyes, 1868, 587 pp. Boston, Nichols and Noyes, 1867, 583 pp. Boston: Nichols and Nichols and Noyes, 1869, 587 pp. Later editions:

The birds of New England and adjacent states: containing descriptions of the birds of New England ... together with a history of their habitats...; with illustrations of many species of the birds, and accurate figures of their eggs. 5th ed. Boston: Noyes, Holmes and Co., 1870, 591 pp., 27 pp. pl. 7th ed., rev. and enl. Boston: Lockwood, Brooks, 1880, 591 pp., 28 lvs. pl.. 10th ed., rev. and enl. Boston: Lockwood, Brooks and Co., 1883, 591 pp., 26 lvs. pl.

Ornithology of Massachusetts - list of species. Ann. rept. Mass. bd. agric. 1863. (1864). 11. Appendix. pp. xviii-xxix.

State cabinet. Pages 137-195 in Ninth Ann. Rept. Sec. Mass. State Board Agric., W. White, State Printer, Boston, 1862, 303pp.

Sanborn, Edwin D.
Curator, Northern Academy of Arts and Sciences, Hanover, NH, 1841; Meisel, 1841

Sanborn, Francis Gregory 1838-1884
b, Andover, MA, Jan. 18, 1838; d, Providence, RI, June 5, 1884
Education: Phillips Academy, Andover, 1858

Canadian Entomologist, 16 (1884): 103-105.
Essex Institute Bulletin, 17 (1886), p. 61.
Psyche, 4 (1884), p. 175
Mann, B. P. Psyche, 4 (1884), p. 205
Dickinson, T. A. Proceedings of the Worcester Society of Antiquity for the year 1884. No. 21, 1885, pp. 155-168 + Portrait pl.

Sanford, Dr. Leonard Cutler 1868-1950
b, New Haven, CT; d, Florida (Winter home); Yale University; Trustee, American Museum of Natural History; Collection in American Museum of Natural History; Organized trip to Magdelens with Fuertes, 1909 (Peck, Celebration of Birds, p. 120); AOU

New Haven, CT and New York City. Major patron of American Museum of Natural History

Murphy, R. C. 1951. Leonard Cutler Sanford. Auk, v. 68, pp. 409-410.

Talk of the town. New Yorker, v. 26 (3 June 1950), pp. 17-19.

Sanford, L. C., L. B. Bishop and T.S. Van Dyke. 1903. The water-fowl family. NY: Macmillan, ix, 598 p., [20] leaves of pl. (The American sportsman's library).

Sanford, Samuel Newton Folius 1893-1984[identification uncertain]
d, Belmont, MA

Curator of Marine Invertebrates, Boston Society of Natural History

The marine life of the Massachusetts South Shore. [N.p.] South Shore Nature Club, 1935, 31 p.

Sargent, Charles Sprague 1841-1927
24 April 1841 - 22 March 1927
b, Boston; d, Jamaica Plain
m, Mary Allen Robeson, 1873; five children
Harvard, AB 1862, LL.D, 1901;
Harvard Botanic Garden, 1873-79
Arnold Arboretum, director, 1872-1927
Harvard University, professor of horticulture, 1872-73; professor of arboriculture, 1879-1927

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

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

Councilman, W. T. 1927. Charles Sprague Sargent. Pp. 286-294 in Later Years of the Saturday Club, 1870-1920, ed. by M. A. De Wolfe Howe. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 427 p. Portrait

National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoir vol. 12, part 9, pp. 247-270, 1929. Portrait and bibliography

Sutton, S. B. 1970. Charles Sprague Sargent and the Arnold Arboretum. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 382 pp. Portraits

Thomas, P. D. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 695-696.

Whitehill, W. M. 1971. Forward [pp. 3-11] to The Arnold Arboretum: The First Century, by S. B. Sutton. Cambridge: Arnold Arboretum. Portrait.

Primary Works

Report on the forests of North America (exclusive of Mexico). Washington, DC: 47th Congress, 2nd session: House of Representatives (Misc. documents 1882-83, vol. 13, part 9), 1884, ix + 612 pp.

The woods of the United States; with an account of their structure, qualities, and uses. NY: D. Appleton, viii + 203 pp. [based on the American Museum of Natural History Jesup Collection)

Michaux, André. Journal, 1787-1796. With an introduction and notes by C.S. Sargent. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society (Proceedings, vol. 26, no. 129), 1888, 145 pp.

The silva of North America; a description of the trees which grow naturally in North America exclusive of Mexico. Ill. by C.E. Faxon. 14 vols. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1891-1902, 740 plates.

Trees and shrubs; illustrations of new or little known ligneous plants prepared chiefly from material at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Ed. by C.S. Sargent. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1802 ['02]-13, 200 plates

Manual of the trees of North America (exclusive of Mexico). Ill. by C.E. Faxon. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1905, xxiii + 826 pp. Also: 2nd ed., 1922.

A guide to the Arnold Arboretum. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1911, 33 pp., plates, maps. 2nd ed., 1921.

Plantae Wilsonianae; an enumeration of the woody plants collected in western China for the Arnold Arboretum during the years 1907, 1908, and 1910 by E.H. Wilson. Ed. by C.S. Sargent. 3 vols. Cambridge: University Press, 1913 ['11]-17 (Arnold Arboretum, publication 4).

The trees of Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. [Brookline, Mass.] Printed for the author, 1909.

Sargent, Winthrop 1753-1820 NE??

Barnhart, J. H. 1926. Winthrop Sargent. Bartonia, vol. 9 (October), pp. 41-42.

Memorial History of Boston, vol. 4 (1881), pp. 518.

Savary, Walter Burgess 1855-1936
b, New York City; d, Wareham, MA; Home: Wareham; Oologist, collected over much of the U.S.; Collected with J. M. Priour in Texas in 1927. In F. H. Kennard, Wilson Bulletin, vol. 48, p. 284.; AOU

Say, Lucy
Maintained interest in entomology after Thomas Say's death; corresponded with T. W. Harris. First woman member of the Academy of Natural Sciences. Died in Massachusetts, 1886. [Evans, H. E. 1985. Pleasures of Entomology, p. 181]

Sayre, Geneva 1911-1992

At Russell Sage College, Troy, NY. After retirement to the Gray Herbarium. Bibliographer of mosses and hepatics.

Pfister, D. H. 1993. Geneva Sayre (1911-1992). Bryologist, v. 96, pp. 475-478.

Weber, W. A. 1993. More on Geneva Sayre. Bryologist, v. 96, pp. 681-682.

Sc

Scammon, Edith Henry 1882-1967

Scammon, Edith Henry, 1882-1967. Papers of Edith Scammon, 1896-1966 (inclusive), 1936-1966 (bulk). ca. 3.5 linear ft. Scammon (Wellesley College, B.A. 1907; Radcliffe, M.A. 1909) later studied botany with M. L. Fernald and made several collecting trips to Alaska to study plant distributions in unglaciated areas; as a result, some 5000 specimens were given to the Gray Herbarium. In 1947 her work on ferns in New Hampshire was published; she then studied the ferns of Costa Rica, which resulted in four articles. Between 1942 and 1967 Scammon was associated with Gray Herbarium as a member of the Visiting Committee and as a research associate. Cite as: Edith Henry Scammon Papers. Archives, Gray Herbarium Library, Harvard University Herbaria.

Schevill, William
Librarian, MCZ

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

Schmidt, Eugene William 1878-1951
b,d, New Britain, CT; Tool maker; Numerous items in Bird-Lore; Also plants; AOU

Schroeder, William
Fish; WHOI, MCZ

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 313].

Schwarz, E. A. 1844-1928
b, Liegnitz, Silesia (Prussia); d, Washington, DC

Caudell, A. N. 1929. Dr. E. A. Schwarz. Entomological News, vol. 40, pp. 31-32.

Howard, L. O., H. S. Barber, and A. Busck. 1928. Dr. E. A. Schwarz. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, vol. 30, pp. 153-183.

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

Sherman, J. D., Jr. Letters of E. A. Schwarz. Journal of the New York Entomological Society, vol. 37, pp. 182-392.

Scott, William Earl Dodge 1852-1910
b, Brooklyn; d, Saranac Lake, NY; Lawrence Scientific School, BS, 1873; Studied with Agassiz, 1869-1873, then left New England; Princeton, 1875-

American Men of Science, ed. 1 (1906)

Scoville, Samuel, Jr. 1872-

Everyday adventures. Boston: Atlantic Monthly, 1920, 7 + 241 pp., front., plates

Lords of the day. Ill. by Charles Livingston Bull. NY: W. Morrow, 1928, 5 + 246 pp., front., plates (Animals-legends and stories of)

Man and beast. Ill. by Charles Livingston Bull. NY: Harcourt, Brace, 1926, v + 284 pp., front., plates. (Animals-legends and stories of)

More wild folk. Ill. by Charles Livingston Bull. NY: & London: Century, 1924, 6 + 184 pp., front., plates. (Animals-legends and stories of)

The Out-of-doors club. Philadelphia: Sunday School Times, 1919, 171 pp., front., plates NH??

Runaway days. NY: Harcourt, Brace, 1927, 5 + 254 pp.

Wild folk. Ill. by Charles Livingston Bull and Carton Moorepark. Boston: Atlantic Monthly, 1922, 5 + 184 pp., front., plates. (Animals-legends and stories of)

Wild honey. Reproductions of etchings by Emerson Tuttle, Boston: Little, Brown, 1929, 6 + 208 pp., front., plates.

Scribner, Frank Lamson 1851-1938

Peterson, P. D., Jr., C. S. Griffith, and C. L. Campbell. 1996. Frank Lamson-Scribner and American plant pathology, 1885-1888. Agricultural History, v. 70, no. 1, pp. 33-56.

Check-list of plants identified at Manchester, Maine and vicinity -1866, 1867, and 1868. [S.l.: s.n., 1978 (or 1878???), [28] leaves, map. Not NE??

The ornamental and useful plants of Maine: affording popular descriptions and practical observations on the habits, properties of nearly all the ornamental and useful plants found native in the state. Augusta: Printed for the author, 1875, 85 p. front., illus., pl.

Plants of Maine: our native flora; Notes on Maine Cattle. Augusta, ME: Agriculture of Maine, 1874-5, 19th Annual report of the Secretary of the Maine Board of Agriculture, 1875?, 156-279 p. illus.

The ornamental and useful plants of Maine affording popular descriptions and practical observations on the habits, properties, uses and best methods of propagation and culture of nearly all the ornamental and useful plants found native in the state. Augusta: Printed for the author, 1875, 85 pp. ill. (No more published; Part I, Ranunculaceae-Caprifoliaceae)

Scudder, Samuel Hubbard 1837-1911
13 April 1837 - 17 May 1911
b, Boston; d, Cambridge, MA
Williams College, A.B. 1857; A.M. 1860; hon. ScD, 1890
Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard University, B.S. 1862
m, Ethelinda Jane Blatchford, 1867; 1 child
Assistant to Louis Agassiz, 1862-64
Boston Society of Natural History, custodian, 1864-70
Harvard University, assistant librarian, 1879-82
U.S. Geological Survey, 1886-92
Boston Society of Natural History, vice president, 1874-80; president, ?????
Member, AAAS AAAs, American Society of Naturalists, Appalachian Mountain Club, National Academy of Sciences

Papers at Boston Society of Natural History

American Journal of Science, ser. 4, vol. 31 (1911), p. 582; vol. 34 (1911), pp. 338-42.

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

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

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

Dictionary of scientific biography, ed. by C. C. Gillispie. 18 v. NY: Scribner, 1970-1990.(by M. H. Hatch)

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

Fay, C. E. 1912. Obituary of S. H. Scudder. Appalachia, vol. 12 (1912), pp. 276-279. Portrait.

Cockerell, T. D. A. 1911. Samuel Hubbard Scudder. Science, n.s., vol. 34, pp. 339-342. Bibliography.

Dimmock, G., ed. 1879. The writings of Samuel Hubbard Scudder. (Dimmock's special bibliography no. 3). Cambridge: The editor, 28 pp.

Dow, R. 1938. The Scudder drawings. Bulletin of the Boston Society of Natural History no. 87, pp. 12-13.

Harmond, R. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 715-716.

Kingsley, J. L. et al. 1911. Samuel Hubbard Scudder. Psyche, vol. 18 (December), pp. 175-192. Portrait.

Mayor, A. G. 1924. Samuel Hubbard Scudder, 1837-1911. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 17, part 3, pp. 74-104. Bibliography.

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

Primary Works

Entomological correspondence of Thaddeus William Harris, M.D. Ed. by S.H. Scudder. Boston Society of Natural History, 1869, (Occasional Papers, I).

Butterflies: their structure, changes, and life histories with special reference to American forms; being an application of the doctrine of descent to the study of butterflies. NY: , 1881, viii + 322 pp., 210 figs.

The Winnipeg country, or roughing it with an eclipse party, by a Rochester fellow. Boston: 1886, 144 pp., 32 figs, 1 map. [anon.] NH???

The Butterflies of the Eastern United States and Canada with Special Reference to New England. 3 vols. Cambridge: The Author, 1888-89, 1958 pp., 89 plates.

A systematic revision of some of the American butterflies, with brief notes on those known to occur in Essex County, Mass. Paddy McHenry Collection. Salem: Saalem Press, 1872.

The life of a butterfly, a chapter in natural history for the general reader. NY: 1893, 186 pp., 4 plates.

Brief guide to the commoner butterflies of the northern United States and Canada. NY: , 1893, 206 pp., woodcuts. Also 1898?

Frail Children of the Air: Excursions into the World of Butterflies. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895, 8 + 279 pp, 9 plates.

Guide to the genera and classification of North American Orthoptera found north of Mexico. Cambridge: , 1897, 89 pp.

Every day butterflies; a group of biographies. Boston: , 1899, 7 + 391 pp., 9 plates.

Se

Sears, Annie Lyman -1932 at 69
d, Boston; Country estate in Waltham

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. 511-512].

Sears, John Henry

Learoyd, B. P. 1934. John Henry Sears. Historical Collections of the Danvers Historical Society, vol. 22, pp. 53-63. Portrait

Sears, Mary 1905-1997 Oceanographer

Women in world history: a biographical encyclopedia, ed. by Anne Commire. Waterford, CT: Yorkin Publications, 1999-2002. 17 v. [vol. 14, pp. 71-72].

Setchell, William Albert

Setchell, William Albert. Cape Cod in its relation to the marine flora of New England. Rhodora, v. 24 (Jan.), pp. 1-11, 1922

Sewell, Samuel

Lovejoy, David S. 1997. Between hell and Plum Island: Samuel Sewall and the legacy of the witches, 1692-97. New England Quarterly, v. 70. no. 3, pp. 355-367.

Seymour, Arthur Bliss 1859-
b, Meline, IL; Harvard, Herbarium, Assistant in Cryptogamic Botany, 1886-; Parasitic fungi, bibliography of North American fungi

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Sh

Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate 1841-1906

American Journal of Science, ser. 4, vol. 21 (1906), pp. 480-481.

Bladen, W. 1983. Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and early American geography. Pp. 12-27 in W. A. Bladen and P. P. Karan, eds. The Evolution of Geographic Thought in America: A Kentucky Root.

Hobbs, W. H. 1907. Nathaniel Southgate Shaler. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences and Letters, vol. 15, pt. 2, pp. 924-927. Portrait.

Livingstone, D. N. Nathaniel Southgate Shaler and the Culture of American Science. University of Alabama Press, 395 pp.

Livingstone, D. N. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 724-727.

Science, n.s., vol. 23 (1906), pp. 869-872.

Wolff, J. E. 1908. Nathaniel Southgate Shaler. Geological Society of America Bulletin, vol. 18, pp. 592-609. Portrait, bibliography.

The Autobiography of Nathaniel Southgate Shaler, with a Supplementary Memoirs by his Wife. Boston: Houghton, 1909, 481 pp. Portrait.

Fluviatile swamps of New England. American Journal of Science, 3. ser, vol. 33, no. 195, pp. 210-221.

Sharp, Dallas Lore 1870-1929

Dallas Lore Sharp. Pp. 17-18 in Notable Boston Authors: Member of the Boston Authors Club, 1900-1966, by Mildred Buchanan Flagg. Cambridge: Dresser, Chapman & Grimes, 1965, 268 pp.

Roorda, R. 2001. East Coast Naturalists Retire to Santa Barbara. ANQ, v. 14, Issue 4, pp. 67-73.

The better country. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1928, viii + 277 p., front., (West-descr. & travel)

Beyond the pasture bars. Ill. by Bruce Horsfall. NY: Century, 1914, 6 + 160 pp, front., illus., (Cover: Wildlife series of graded nature readers)

The boy's life of John Burroughs. NY, London: Century, 1928, ix + 364 pp., front., illus., ports.

The face of the fields. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1911, 5 + 250 pp. [largely reprinted from the Atlantic Monthly]

The fall of the year. Ill. by Robert Bruce Horsfall. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1911, xv + 126 pp., front., illus., plates (The Dallas Lore Sharp Nature Series)

Highlands and hollows. Ill. by Bruce Horsfall. NY and London: Century, 1923, 4 + 119 pp., front., illus. (Cover: Wildlife series of graded nature readers)

The hills of Hingham. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1916, ix + 221 pp., illus.

The lay of the land. Drawings by Elizabeth Myers Snagg. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1908, 4 + 213 pp.

Roof and meadow. Ill. by Bruce Horsfall. NY: Century, 1904, vii + 281 pp.

Sanctuary! sanctuary! NY and London: Harper & Brothers, 1926, 5 + 227 pp., front. En Ill., Ore., Santa Barbara, Hingham, Boston.

The seer of Slabsides. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1921, 4 + 71 pp., front. (port.)

The spirit of the hive; contemplations of a beekeeper. NY and London: Harper & Brothers, 5 + 240 pp

The spring of the year. Ill. by Robert Bruce Horsfall. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1912, x + 148 pp., front., illus., (The Dallas Lore Sharp Nature Series)

Summer. Ill. by Robert Bruce Horsfall. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1912, x + 132 pp., front., illus., plates (The Dallas Lore Sharp Nature Series)

A watcher in the woods. Ill. by Bruce Horsfall. NY: Century, 1903, xv + 205 pp., front., illus.; School ed. with introduction and notes by C.N. Millard. NY: Century, 1911, ix + 127 pp

Ways of the woods. Drawings by Bruce Horsfall. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1912, 2 + 119 pp. illus. (The Riverside Literature Series)

Where rolls the Oregon. With ill. from photographs. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1914, ix + 251 pp., front., plates.

The whole year round. Ill. by Robert Bruce Horsfall. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1915, xvi + [503] pp., front., illus., plates, ornemental borders "Made of four books of the seasons...in one": The spring of the year, Summer, The fall of the year, Winter.

Wild life near home. Ill. by Bruce Horsfall., NY: Century, 3 + xvi + 357 pp., front., illus.

Winter. Ill. by Robert Bruce Horsfall. Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1912, x + 148 pp., front., illus. (The Dallas Lore Sharp Nature Series)

The year out of doors; being slected chapters from 'The fall of the year", "Winter", "The spring of the year", "Summer". Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1917, viii + 106 pp., illus., (The Riverside Literature Series).

Sharpe, Richard Worthy 1869-
b, Tiskilwa, IL; University of Illinois, MS, 1897; High school teacher, NY, 1907-35; Director, Geological and Natural History Survey of Long Island, Brooklyn Institute; President, Dept. of Microscopy, Brooklyn Institute; Member: Brooklyn Entomological Society, Chicago Academy of Sciences; Copepoda, Cladocera and Ostracoda, including Woods Hole and vicinity, freshwater biology

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Sharples, Stephen P.

Sharples, Stephen P. Plants observed on Deer Isle, Maine in the summer of 1918. 1918, MSS. LOCATION: Botany Gray/Arnold, Harvard University.

Shattuck, Dr. George Cheyne 1783-1854

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

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, pp. 1098-1099).

Introduction to Audubon's Quadrupeds

Pro Bono Publico: The Shattucks of Boston. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1971.

Some accounts of an excursion to the White Hills of New Hampshire, in the Year 1807. Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal, vol. 3, pt. 1, 1808, pp. 26-35

Shattuck, George Cheyne, Jr. 1813-1893

Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, pp. 1099-1100).

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1961. Shattuck's bunting. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 36, no. 1 (Summer), pp. 11-15. 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. 1-6.

Shattuck, Lydia W. 1822-1889

Shmurak, C. B. 1996. "Lydia W. Shattuck (1822-1889) botanist." Pp. 354-359 in Notable Women in the Life Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. by B. F. Shearer and B. S. Shearer. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Shaw, Lemuel 1781-1861
Zoology; With Bigelow to New England mountains in 1816; Graustein, Nuttall, p. 208

Adlow, Elijah. The genius of Lemuel Shaw, expounder of the common law. [Boston, Court Square press, 1962].

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

Lemuel Shaw: chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Cambridge: John Wilson and Son, University Press, 1885.

Chase, Frederic Hathaway. Lemuel Shaw: chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, 1830-1860. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1918.

Shaw, S. S. 1885. Hon. Lemuel Shaw, L.L.D., early and domestic life. Pp. 220-229 in Memorial Biographies of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, vol. 4, 1860-1862. [Letter from Shaw to his mother while on the 1816 White Mountain trip, pp. 215-216]

Shaw, Quincy A.

Shaw, Quincy A. The birds of Southborough, Massachusetts. Vindex, v. 26, pp. 106-109, 1902.

Shaw, William Smith 1778-1826
History of cliff swallow in Forbush, vol. 3 (Or Lemuel?)

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

Shea, Daniel William 1859-1930
b, Portsmouth; d, Greenland, near Portsmouth, NH; Harvard, AM, 1888; New Hampshire legislature, 1886-1888; Left New England in 1892; Physicist; AOU

Shelden, Mrs. Jennie Maria Arms 1852-
b, Bellows Falls, VT; Positions included:; Assistant to A. Hyatt, 1880-90; Museum of the Boston Society of Natural History, 1890-1904; Special teacher, zoology and geology, Boston, 1878-97; Insects, geology

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Shepard, Charles Upham 1804-1886; b, Little Compton, RI; d, Charleston, SC; Amherst, A.B., 1824; Member, Linnaean Society, Amherst College, 1822; Meisel

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.

Shepard, H. F.
Geology

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

Shepard, Odell 1884-1967

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Shores, Erwin I.

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Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet 1810-1874

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Shurtleff, Roswell
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Shurtleff, Simeon
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Si

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b. Cornish, N. Hampshire. Jan. 27, 1795; d. Sutton, MA. April 6. 1859.

Collected Xylosteum solonis Eat. in White Mountains before 1817

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

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Smith, John 1580-1631
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b, Willoughby; d, London, England
Merchant's apprentice, 1595
Soldiering etc, 1597-1606

Sterling, K. B. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 738-741.

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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.

Smith, Sidney Irving 1843-1926
b, Norway, ME; Yale University, PhB, 1867; Yale University, Instructor-Professor, 1867-; Marine invertebrates of America, especially Crustacea, Insects

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Coe, W. R. 1929. Biographical memoir of Sidney Irving Smith, 1843-1926. National Academy of Sciences (U.S.). Biographical memoirs. vol. XIV, 1st memoir, 16 pp. Bibliography: p. 11-16, Portrait.

Coe, W. R. 1926. American Journal of Science, 5 ser., vol. 12, pp. 463-466.

Verrill, A. E. 1926. Science, n.s., vol. 63 (July 16), pp. 57-58.

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Smith, Sylvanus
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Snow, Grace Marion 1874-1950
b, East Boston; d, Worcester, MA; Boston University, 1897, Phi Beta Kappa; At Taylor Press; Secretary, Brookline Bird Club; Massachusetts Audubon Society; AOU

Snow, Julia Warner 1863-
b, LaSalle, IL; Zurich, PhD, 1893; Assistant-Associate Professor, Smith, 1901-; Freshwater algae

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Snow, Laetitia Morris 1874-
b, Baltimore, MD; University of Chicago, PhD, 1904; Wellesley College, Instructor of Botany, 1908-; Plant ecology, coastal vegetation

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Snyder, Dorothy

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Sornborger, Jewell David 1869-1929
d, Rowley, MA; Visited Labrador and Newfoundland; Botany and other natural history; AOU

Soule, Miss Caroline Gray 1855-
b, Springfield, MA; Heredity, selection, rearing, hybrids in Lepidoptera. Life history of moths

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Southwick, E. W.
Collected in Coos County, 1841

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]

Southwick, James Mortimer 1846-1904
b, Newburyport, MA; d, Providence, RI; Moved to Providence at 16; Ran natural history business; Curator, Natural History Museum at Roger Williams Park, Providence, 1896-1904; Rhode Island Audubon Society (Vice-President); Franklin Society of Providence (Vice-President); Several years, Bate entomologist [?]; Tree Protection Society (Secretary); Member, Horticultural Society; AOU

Sp

Spaulding, Fred. Benjamin 1867-1913
b,d?, Lancaster, NH; Lancaster Academy; Businessman; Legislator, 1910; Member Cooper Ornithological Club, Maine Ornithological Society; Added late fall, winter, early spring records to those of Wright. Wright, H. W. 1911. Birds of the Jefferson Region; AOU

Speck, Frank Goldsmith 1881-1950
b, New York; University of Pennsylvania, PhD, 1908; University of Pennsylvania, Anthropology, 1908-; Ferns and reptiles

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Blankenship, R. ed. 1991. The Life and Times of Frank G. Speck, 1881-1950. Philadelphia: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, 127 pp. (University of Pennsylvania publications in anthropology, no. 4)

Dexter, R. W. 1984. Contributions of Frank G. Speck (1881-1950) to ethnobiology. Journal of Ethnobiology, 4(2): 171-176.

Dexter, R. W. 1986. Two centuries of naturalists on Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 122, no. 3, 246-258 [mentioned p. 256].

Spencer, Thomas
Curator, Essex County Natural History Society

Dexter, R. W. 1977. The Essex County Natural History Society, 1833-1848. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 113, pp. 38-53 [mentioned p. 39].

Sprague, Isaac 1811-1895

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1975. Isaac Sprague: Audubon's Massachusetts artist. Massachusetts Audubon Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. (January). 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. ????.

Humphrey, J. E. 1896. Botany and botanists in New England. New England Magazine, v. 14, pp. 29-44 (p. 40).

Rudolph, E. D. 1990. Isaac Sprague, "delineator and naturalist." Journal of the History of Biology, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 91-126.

Sprague, Isaac, 1811-1895. 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.

Sprague, Isaac 1859-1934
b, Cambridge; d, Wellesley, MA; Banker; Son of the artist

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. 540].

Sprague, Frank Headley

Notes from Wollaston, Mass. Canadian Entomologist, vol. 11 (1879), pp. 46-47; vol. 12 (1880), p. 100. Lepidoptera

Sprague, Philip S.

Insect fauna of Camel's Hump. Arch. of Science and Transactions of the Orleans County Society of Natural Science?s, vol. 1 (1871), no. 2, pp. 85-88.

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Stanley, Henry O.
Commissioner of Fisheries of the State of Maine, 1872; Kendall, 1914. Fishes of Maine

Stanton, Jonathan Young 1834-1918
b, Lebanon; d, Lewiston, ME; Bowdoin, 1856; Bates College, Professor of Greek and Latin; Book collector, collection now at Bates; Hon. member, Maine Ornithological Society; AOU

Stanwood, Cordelia 1865-1958

Graham, A. 1982. Six Little Chickadees, A Scientist and her Work with Birds. NY: Four Winds Press, 56 pp., figs. (photos, incl. portrait). [juvenile]

Hutchinson, G. 1980. Birdsacre. Down East, vol. 27 (Sept.), pp. 52-59.

Montgomery, B. and S. Montgomery. 1982. The legacy of Cordelia Stanwood. Maine Life, Nov-Dec, pp. 28-30.

Richmond, C. S. 1978. Beyond the Spring, Cordelia Stanwood of Birdsacre. Lamoine, ME: Latona Press, 155 pp., figs. (photos, incl. portraits)

"Cordelia Stanwood 1865-1958." Pp. 92-98 in Birdwatching with American Women, edited by D. Strom. NY: W. W. Norton, 1986. [Biographical sketch, portrait and selection of her photographs]

Stearns, Robert Edwards Carter 1827-1909
1 Feb. 1827-27 July 1909

Conchologist. Early life in New England, then moved to California.

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.

Stearns, Winfrid Alden 1852-

New England bird life: being a manual of New England ornithology. Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, C.T. Dillingham, 1881-83. Ed. 2. 2 v. Boston, Lee, 1887. rev.and ed. from the manuscript of Winfrid A. Stearns by Elliott Coues. 3d ed. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1893-

Stebbins, Miss Fannie Adele 1858-1949
b, Wilbraham; d, Chicopee, MA; Educ: Westfield State Teachers College, 1880; Teacher, Springfield, MA, schools and Springfield Normal Training School (1888); Member: Allen Bird Club, American Nature Study Society; Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science; AOU

Insect Galls of Springfield, Massachusetts, and Vicinity. Springfield Museum of Natural History Bulletin, no. 2 (1910), pp. 1-139, pl. i-xxxii.

Memorialized by sanctuary near Springfield [Imbuer, Kastner, p. 156]

Steinmetz, Ferdinand Henry 1886-

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

Stevens, George Thomas 1832-1921 ?????????

Stevens, George T. (George Thomas), 1832-1921. 1866 Three years in the Sixth Corps. Albany, NY: S.R. Gray. Reprint, Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Books, 436 pp..

Stevens, George T. (George Thomas). Three years in the Sixth Corps. Collector's library of the Civil War. [Alexandria, Va.]: Time-Life Books, 1984.

Stevens, George T. (George Thomas). An illustrated guide to the flowering plants of the middle Atlantic and New England states (excepting the grasses and sedges) the descriptive text written in familiar language. New York, Dodd, Mead and company, 1910, 749 pp.

Stevens, George T. (George Thomas). Illustrations of flowering plants of the middle Atlantic and New England states. [n.p.] Flatbush printing co., 1930. lvs unpaged

Stewart, Edith Alexander (Mrs. Cecil Stewart) 1864-1921
b, Springfield; d, Boston, MA

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. 547].

Stiles, Edgar Crane 1863-1933
b, Hartford; d, New Haven, CT; Yale, 1866??; School superintendent and teacher; President, New Haven Bird Club; AOU

Stilwell, E. M.
Commissioner of Fisheries of the State of Maine, 1872; Kendall, 1914. Fishes of Maine

Stimpson, William 1832-1872
14 Feb. 1832-26 May 1872; b, Roxbury, MA; d, Ilchester, MD

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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Deiss, W. A. and R. B. Manning. 1981. The fate of the invertebrate collections of the North Pacific Exploring Expedition, 1853-1856. Pp. 79-85 in History in the Service of Systematics: Papers from the Conference to Celebrate the Centenary of the British Museum (Natural History) 3-16 April, 1981, ed. by A. Wheeler and J. H. Price. London: Society for the Bibliography of Natural History (Special Publication no. 1).

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

Dictionary of scientific biography, ed. by C. C. Gillispie. 18 v. NY: Scribner, 1970-1990. (by R. I. Johnson)

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

The Lens, vol. 1, pp. 178-186, 1872

American Journal of Science, 3 ser., vol. 3, pp. 484; vol. 4, pp. 159-160, 1872

American Naturalist, vol. 6 (1872), pp. 445-446, 505.

Nature, vol. 6, pp. 182-183, 1872

Carter, Robert. 1864. A summer cruise on the coast of New England. Boston: Crosby. Reprint, 1969

Dall, W. H. 1888. Some American conchologists. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, vol. 4, pp. 129-133. Portrait.

Hedley, C. 1914. The Australian journal of Dr. W. Stimpson, zoologist. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, vol. 48, pp. 140-151.

Manning, R. B. 1993. The Scientific Contributions of William Stimpson, an early American Naturalist and Taxonomist." Crustacean Issues, v. 8, pp. 109-117.

Mayer, A. G. 1918. Biographical memoir of William Stimpson, 1832-1872. Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 8, pp. 419-433. Portrait, bibliography

Stearns, R. E. C. 1872. Remarks on the death of Dr. William Stimpson. California Academy of Nat. Science Proceedings, vol. 4, pp. 230-232.

Vasile, R. S. 1993. William Stimpson and Pacific Exploration, 1854-1865. Pp. 24-25.in Final Program and Abstracts for the Fifth International Congress on the History of Oceanography, July 7-14, 1993. (La Jolla, California: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 1993).

Vasile, R. S. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 754-756.

Shells of New England: A Revision of the Synonymy of the Testaceous Mollusks of New England. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, 1851, 56 pp. 2 pl.

Stokes, Alfred Cheatham

Connecticut physician.

Aquatic microscopy for beginners; or, Common objects from the ponds and ditches. 3d ed. Portland, Conn., E. F. Bigelow, 1896, 326 p.
An enlarged ed. of the author’s "Microscopy for beginners."

Microscopy for beginners, or, Common objects from the ponds and ditches. New York, Harper & brothers, 1887, 308 p.

Stone, C. E.

Fifty years with the birds of Lunenburg, Mass. Annotated list. Mimeographed, 1937, 53pp. On file at Ritter Memorial Library, Lunenburg, Mass. [Despite the title, pages 47-53 are a list of the mammals of the area (According to bibliography in MassWildlife's State Mammal List: http://www.state.ma.us/dfwele/dfw/dfwmam.htm#biblio)]

Stone, George Edward. 1860-1941

Stone, George E. Report on the great ice storm in Massachusetts. Boston, Massachusetts Tree Wardens' and Foresters' Association. [1923].

Stone, George E. (George Edward) 1913. A list of plants growing without cultivation in Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden counties, Massachusetts. Amherst, MA: Carpenter & Morehouse, 72 pp.

Stone, George E. Report on the great ice storm in Massachusetts. Boston, Massachusetts Tree Wardens' and Foresters' Association. 1923, 15 pp.

Stone, George E. (George Edward). Flora of Lake Quinsigamond. Worcester Natural History Society, 1899, 12 pp.

Stone, George Edward () 1900. Flora of Lake Quinsigamond. Worcester, MA: F.S. Blanchard, 17 pp. (Annual reports of the Worcester Natural History Society, 1900)

Stone, Henry Herbert, Jr. 1885-1947
b, North Brookfield; d, Brimfield, MA; Bookkeeper, clerk; Honorary special observer, Massachusetts Department of Agriculture

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. 549].

Stone, T. W.
Founder, Harvard Natural History Society; Meisel, 1837

Storer, David Humphreys 1804-1891
26 Mar. 1804-10 Sept. 1891; b, Portland, ME; d, Boston, MA

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.

Appel, T. A. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 759-761.

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.

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

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

Garman, S. 1892. David Humphreys Storer's work on the fishes. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 25, pp. 354-57.

Gifford, George E., Jr. The ichthyologist dean. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin 39 (Fall 1964), pp. 22-27. 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. 20-25.

Johnson, R. I. 2006. David Humphreys Storer (1804-1891): the conchological phase. Sporadic Papers on Mollusks, no. 3, pp. 167- .

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 11.

Storer Massachusetts Medical Society. 1892. In memoriam. David Humphreys Storer. [Boston, 1892] 13 p. 17 cm., in case 18 cm. Imprint on back cover: S. J. Parkhill & co., printers, Boston. Includes (p.6-8) a tribute to Storer by O. W. Holmes.

[Scudder, S. H.?] 1893 or 2. [Obituary]. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, n. ser., vol. 19 (whole ser., vol. 27), pp. 388-391.

White, J. C. David Humphreys Storer. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 25 (1892), pp. 347-354.

White, James C. 1891. David Humphreys Storer; a commemorative sketch. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History,Vol.XXV (December 16), pp. 347-357.

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. David Humphreys Storer. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Volume, pp. 77-80. Portrait

List of published writings of David Humphreys Storer. Bowdoin College Library Bulletin, no. 2 (1892), pp. 73-78

Kelly, H. A. and W. L. Burrage. 1928. Dictionary of American Medical Biography. NY: D. Appleton, pp. 1174-1175.

Primary Works

Reports on the Ichthyology and Herpetology of Massachusetts. In Massachusetts. Zoological and Botanical Survey. Reports on the Fishes, Reptiles and Birds of Massachusetts. Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1839.

A History of the Fishes of Massachusetts. Cambridge; Boston: Welch & Bigelow; Dakin & Metcalf, 1867, 287 pp. Also in: Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 5, part 1; vol. 6, part 2; vol. 8, part 2; vol. 9, part 1, 1855-1867.

Storer, David Humphreys. A report on the fishes of Massachusetts. . Boston Journal of Natural History, v. 2, no. 3-4, pp. 289-570, pl. 6-8, 1839.

Storer, David Humphreys. A report on the reptiles of Massachusetts. Boston Journal of Natural History, v. 3, pp. 1-64, 1 pl. 1840.

Storer, David Humphreys. Reports on the ichthyology and herpetology of Massachusetts. Mass. Zoological & Botanical Survey. Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 253, [405]-416 p.; 4 leaves of plates, 1839.

Storer, Horatio Robinson (1830-1922)
Harvard College, 1850
Harvard Medical School (M.D. 1853)
Member, Boston Society of Natural History

Born in Boston, died in Newport, RI. Son of David Humphreys Storer (1804-1891). Studied with Asa Gray and Louis Agassiz. Visited Labrador with Frank and Dr. Jeffries Wyman in 1849. Prominent Boston gynecologist and anti-abortion crusader.

ANB

Dyer, F. N. 1999. Champion of Women and the Unborn: Horatio Robinson Storer, M.D. Canton, MA: Science History Publications, 614 pp.

Observations of the fishes of Nova Scotia and Labrador, with descriptions of new species. Boston Journal of Natural History, 6:247-270, 1851.

Horatio Robinson Storer Papers 1829-1943. Guide to the Collection
http://www.masshist.org/findingaids/

Includes biographical sketch.

Strong, H. K.
Recording secretary, Lyceum of Natural History of the Berkshire Medical Institution, Pittsfield; Meisel, 1823

Stubbs, Arthur Percival -1932 and 62
b, Winterport, ME; d, Lynn, MA; Druggist; Member: Essex County Ornithological Club, Nuttall; AOU

Sturtevant, Edward 1875-1939
b, Newport; d, Middletown, RI; MIT, 1898; Harvard, MS, 1907; Physics teacher, St. George's School, Newport; AOU

Howe, Reginald Heber, Jr. and Edward Sturtevant. 1899. The Birds of Rhode Island. 2 vols. in 1. Middletown, 111 pp.

Su

Sugden, Arthur Wales 1859-1928; b, Claiborne, AL; Hartford, CT; No publications?

Palmer, T. S. et al. 1954. Biographies of Members of the American Ornithologists' Union, reprinted from 'The Auk', 1884-1954. Ed. by P. H. Oehser. Washington, DC: Lord Baltimore Press, 630 pp. [p. 555].

Suksdorf, W. N.
Portrait: Washington State Powwow, vol. 33 (1953), 12, 13; Collected plants in Coos County, 1887

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. 36]

Sumner, Francis Bertody 1874-1945
1 Aug. 1874-6 Sept. 1945; b, Pontfret, CT; Columbia, PhD, 1901; Director, Biological Laboratory, U. S. Bureau of Fisheries, Woods Hole, 1903-; Woods Hole Fauna; AMSIII

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

Child, C. M. 1949. Biographical memoir of Francis Bertody Sumner, 1874-1945. National Academy of Sciences. Biographical memoirs.. v. 25 (1949) 6th memoir, p. 147-173. Bibliography, Port.

Sumner, Francis B., Raymond C. Osburn, and Leon J. Cole. 1913. A biological survey of the waters of Woods Hole and vicinity. 2 v. (860 p.) incl. charts and tables (charts 225-227 fold.) United States. Bureau of Fisheries. Bulletin, 31, 1911. Part I, sec. I.--Physical and zoological. By Francis B. Sumner, Raymond C. Osburn, and Leon J. Cole. Sec. II.--Botanical. By Bradley M. Davis. Part II, sec. III--A catalogue of the marine fauna. By Francis B. Sumner, Raymond C. Osburn and Leon J. Cole. Sec. IV.--A catalogue of the marine flora. By Bradley M. Davis. A2 Sumner, Francis Bertody, 1874-1945. A3 Osburn, Raymond C. (Raymond Carroll), 1872-1955. A4 Cole, L. J. (Leon Jacob), 1877-1948. A5 Davis, Bradley M. (Bradley Moore), b. 1871.

Sumner, George 1794-1855

Thoms, H. 1960. Doctors of Yale College, 1702-1815, and the Founding of the Medical Institution. Hamden, CT: Shoe String Press, 199 pp. [p. 156]

Svenson, Henry K. 1897-1986
Rhodora, vol. 88, no. 855, p. 426

Svenson, Henry K. Papers of Henry Knute Svenson, 1930-1983 (bulk). 2 linear ft. and 4 scrapbooks. Henry Knute Svenson (1897-1986) (Harvard, Ph.D. 1929) was curator of Brooklyn Botanical Garden, N.Y., 1930-1946, and chief botanist for the Vincent Astor Expedition to the Galapagos Islands in 1930; curator in forestry and botany at American Museum of Natural History in N.Y., 1946- . Svenson also co-authored a guide to flora of Cape Cod (1979). Cite as: Henry Knute Svenson Papers. Archives, Gray Herbarium Library, Harvard University Herbaria.

Sw

Swain, John Martin 1873-
b, Farmington, ME; Life history and migration of birds, warblers, oology; AMSIII

Swan, Dr. C. W.

Herbarium at Yale contains many wool-waste plants collected by W. P. Alcott

Knowlton, C. H. 1921. Herbarium of Rev. W. P. Alcott. Rhodora, v. 23 (no. 266, February), p. 47.

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

Swan, Joshua Augustus, 1823-1871.

Interested in botany and entomology. Secretary, Boston Society of Natural History, 1870-71. Became acquainted with Spencer F. Baird while spending the summer of 1868 at the seaside in Beverly, MA.

Joshua Augustas Swan in memoriam January 18, 1823 - October 31, 1871. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1893, 42 pp. Port.

Vinal, C. C. 1871. A sermon preached in the First Congregational Church, Kennebunk, Maine, Sunday, Nov. 5, 1871, following upon the decease of Rev. Joshua A. Swan, late pastor of the society. Kennebunk: Press of J.E. Butler, Biddeford, 16 pp.

Sweiger, Helen Bronson (Mrs. Jacob L. Sweiger) 1860-1907
b,d, Waterbury, CT; Active member of the Naturalist Club of Waterbury; AOU

Ta

Taber, Wendell, 1897-1960

Literary executor of Arthur Cleveland Bent

Austin, O. L., Jr. 1972. [Obituary]. Auk, v. 89, pp. 939-940.

The Northern Element in the Summer Bird Life of South-Central New England. The Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 63, No. 2 (June, 1951), pp. 69-74.

Tainter, J. A.
Curator, Natural History Society of Hartford; Meisel, 1835

Talbot, L.
Brookline Bird Club (President); Massachusetts Audubon Society, Educational Field Agent; Lecturer

Tappan, Benjamin, Jr. 1773-1857 NE???
b, Northampton, MA; d, Steubenville, OH

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.

Dexter, R. W. 1971. Benjamin Tappan, Jr. (1773-1857) as a naturalist and a malacologist. Sterkiana, no. 41, pp. 45-49. Portrait.

Descriptions of some new shells. Silliman's American Journal of Science and Arts, 1 ser., vol. 35, no. 2, p. 268, 1839.

Goodrich, C. 1941. A Senatorial conchologist. Nautilus, vol. 55, no. 2, p. 66.

Taylor, Alexander O'Drisco or all 1832-1910;
b, Cork, Ireland; d, Newport, RI; Came to U. S. in 1883.; Real estate in Newport; Active in Newport Natural History Society; Head of Rhode Island Game Commission; AOU

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.

Taylor, Norman

Vegetation of Mount Desert Island, Maine and its environment, by B. M. and Norman Taylor. Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Memoirs, vol.III (1927), 151 p. ill.,double map, diagrs.

Taylor, William Randolph

Taylor, William Randolph. 1921. Additions to the flora of Mount Desert, Maine. Rhodora, v. 23, pp. 65-68. Not NE

Te

Tenney, Abby Amy (Gove) 1836-1903
b, Merrimac; d, MA; Married Sanborn Tenney

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.

Sea Shells and River Shells. Boston, 1868, 1886.

Tenney, Sanborn 1827-1877
Education: Amherst, 1853
Briefly at Vassar, then Professor of Natural History, Williams College; Author of textbooks

American Journal of Science, ser. 3, vol. 14 (1877), p. 168.

American Naturalist, vol. 11 (1877), p. 508

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

Vassar Encyclopedia. Portrait.

Natural History: A Manual of Zoology for Schools, Colleges and the General Reader, 1865.

Terry, E. P.
Curator, Natural History Society of Hartford; Meisel, 1835

Terry, Henry W.
Secretary, Natural History of Hartford / Connecticut Society of Natural History, 1844-46.; Meisel, 1835

Teschemacher, James Engelebert 1790-1853
Businessman; Distinguished Boston naturalist and patron of science; Struik, p. 259

Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 4 (1853), pp. 393-394.

Bouvé, T. T. 1880. James Engelebert Teschemacher. Boston Society of Natural History Anniversary Volume, pp. 59-60. Portrait

Memorial History of Boston, vol.4 (1881), p. 521.

Th

Thaxter, Celia Leighton 1835-1894

Thaxter, Celia, 1835-1894. An island garden, illustrated by Childe Hassam ; with a new introduction by John M. Kingsbury. Ithaca, N.Y. : Bullbrier Press, 1985, [c1894] xiii, ix, 130 p., [36] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm. Reprint. Originally published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1895. Includes index.

Thaxter, Celia, 1835-1894. Letters of Celia Thaxter / ed. by her friends A. F. and R. L. Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, 1895. xxix, 230 pp. illus. 20 cm. Edited by Annie Fields and Rose Lamb.

Thaxter, Rosamond. Sandpiper: the life & letters of Celia Thaxter, and her home on the Isles of Shoals, her family, friends & favorite poems / written & compiled by Rosamond Thaxter. Hampton, NH : P.E. Randall, 1982, c1963. ix, 291 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm. Reprint. Originally published: Rev. ed. Francestown, N.H. : M. Jones, c1963.

Thaxter, Rosamond. Sandpiper; the life of Celia Thaxter. 1st ed. Sanbornville, N. H. Wake-Brook House, 1962, 351 p. Rev. ed. Francestown, N. H., M. Jones Co. [1963] 283 p

Fields, Annie, 1834-1915. Authors and friends. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1896. 355 pp. 20 cm. Celia Thaxter chapter

Laighton, Oscar, 1839-1939. Ninety years at the Isles of Shoals / by Oscar Laighton. Boston : Beacon Press, 1930. 154 pp.

Vallier, Jane E. Poet on demand: the life, letters, and works of Celia Thaxter. Camden, Me. : Down East Books, c1982. xviii, 267 p.

May, S. 1990. An island garden, a poet's passion, a painter's muse. Smithsonian, (December), pp. 69-79, 150.

"Celia Leighton Thaxter 1835-1894." Pp. 16-31 in Birdwatching with American Women, ed. by D. Strom. NY: W. W. Norton, 1986. [Biographical sketch and selection from An Island Garden and two poems, "The Burgomaster Gull" and "The Kingfisher"]

Fields, Annie. 1896. Authors and Friends. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin. Chapter, pp. 229-262.

Among the Isles of Shoals. 1873; rpt. Wake-Brook.

An island garden. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, [1904], c1894.

Thaxter, J. W.
Founder, Harvard Society of Natural History; Meisel, 1837

Thaxter, Roland 1858-1932
28 Aug. 1858-22 Apr. 1932; b, Newton, MA; Harvard, PhD, 1888; Harvard, Professor; Mycology; AMSIII

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.

Dodge, C. W. 1933. Roland Thaxter, 1858-1932. Annales de Cryptogamie exotique, vol. 6, no. 1 (July), pp. 4-12, pl. 1. Portrait

Fernald, M. L., B. L. Robinson and W. H. Weston, Jr. 1933. Minute on the life and services of Professor Roland Thaxter. Harvard University Gazette, vol. 28, no. 16 (January 7th), pp. 73-74.

Horsfall, James G. 1963. A vignette on Roland Thaxter. Connecticut Experiment Station. Bull. 663. Perspectives of Biochemical Plant Pathology. 154-162.

Horsfall, James G. 1979. Roland Thaxter. Ann. Rev. Phytopathol. 19:29-35.

Clinton, G. P. 1936. Biographical memoir of Roland Thaxter, 1858-1932, 1935. National Academy of Sciences Biographical memoirs, v. 17, 3rd memoir, 55-68 pp. Bibliography, Port

Lloyd, C. G. 1917. Professor Roland Thaxter. Mycological Notes, No.45.

Setchell, William Albert. 1933. Roland Thaxter, 1858-1932. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 68, no. 13, pp. 679-682.

Weston, William Henry. 1933. Roland Thaxter. Mycologia, vol. XXV, no. 2, (March-April) pp. 69-89, 2 leaves of plates Bibliography

[Obituary notice]. Roland Thaxter, Professor of Cryptogamic Botany, Emeritus ... Harvard University Gazette April 30, 1932.

(Obituaries) '82 - Roland Thaxter, Med. '83-84, PhD. and A.M. '88. Harvard Alumni Bul. XXXIV: 907. 1932.

Obituary. Prof. Roland Thaxter. Nature 130: No.3272. July 16, 1932.

List of Sphingidae taken about Newton, Mass. Psyche. 1874. 1. 29-30.

Papers of Roland Thaxter, 1882-1933 (inclusive). ca. 9 linear ft. (13 boxes). American botanist. Educated at Harvard University (A.B. 1882, Ph.D. 1888). Assistant Professor of Cryptogamic Botany at Harvard, 1891-1901; Professor of Cryptogamic Botany, 1901 -1919; Professor Emeritus, to 1932. Honorary Curator of Farlow Herbarium, Harvard. American editor of Annals of Botany. Cite as: Roland Thaxter Papers. Farlow Reference Library, Harvard University.

Thayer, Abbott Handerson 1849-1921
12 Aug. 1849-29 May 1921; b, Boston; AMSIII

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.

Anderson, R. 1982. Abbott Handerson Thayer. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum, 144 pp.

Anderson, R. 1982. Angel in the parlor: the art of Abbott Thayer. American Heritage, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 24-32.

Behrens, R. R. 1988. The theories of Abbott H. Thayer: father of camouflage. Leonardo, vol. 21, pp. 291-296.

Boynton, M. F. 1952. Abbott Thayer and natural history. Osiris, vol. 10, pp. 542-555.

A Circle of friends: art colonies of Cornish and Dublin. Durham: University Art Galleries, University of New Hampshire, 1985, 137 p.

Hubbs, S. 1982. Nature into art: the landscapes of Abbott Handerson Thayer. American Art Journal, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 4-55.

White, Nelson C. 1951. Abbott H. Thayer, painter and naturalist. Peterborough, NH: William L. Bauhan, xxi + 276 pp. reprinted, 1967.

Thayer, Gerald 1883-1939
born: Sept. 5, 1883, Cornwall on the Hudson, NY

A Circle of friends: art colonies of Cornish and Dublin. Durham: University Art Galleries, University of New Hampshire, 1985, 137 p. [p. 122]

Concealing-coloration in the animal kingdom: an exposition of the laws of disguise through color and pattern: being a summary of Abbott H. Thayer’s discoveries, by Gerald H. Thayer, with an introductory essay by A.H. Thayer, illustrated by Abbott H. Thayer, Gerald H. Thayer, Richard S. Meryman and others and with photographs. NY: Macmillan, 1909. 2nd ed.: 1918, new preface.

Allison, Elliott, and Kathleen Allison. 1979. Monadnock Sightings: Birds of Dublin, New Hampshire, 1909-1979, with Gerald Thayer's list of 1909. Introduction by Edwin Way Teale. Drawings by Jacob Bates Abbott and Kim Honkala. Dublin, NH: William L. Bauhan for the Dublin Conservation Commission, 55 pp. [Thayer's list was originally published in The Dublin Daily News.]

Thayer, John Eliot 1862-1933
Harvard, AB, 1885; hon. AM, 1910; Mammals, MCZ, birds

American Men of Science, ed. 3 (1921)

Barbour, Thomas. 1946. A naturalist's scrapbook. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 218 p. [p. 37]

B[arnes], R. M. 1931. A wonderful gift. Oologist, v. 48, pp. 170-171. [on donation of skin, egg and nest collection to Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard.]

Fuller, E. 1999. The Great Auk. NY: Harry N. Abrams, 448 pp. Thayer's collection of 10 Great Auk eggs (now in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard) is discussed, pp. 314-325. Portrait.

Gifford, George E., Jr. 1962. Parkman’s wren. Harvard Medical alumni bulletin, v. 36, no. 4, p. 26-29. [Mentioned]

Mathews, G. M. 1934. John Eliot Thayer. Ibis, pp. 179-180.

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 33, pp. 25-26 (Port.).

Phillips, J. C. 1934. John Eliot Thayer, 1862-1933. Auk, vol. 51, pp. 46-51.

Thayer, E. & V. Keyes. 1913. Catalogue of a Collection of Books on Ornithology in the Library of John E. Thayer. Boston: Privately Printed, 186 pp.

Thayer, William H.

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.

Thompson, E. H.

Worcester county mammals. Worcester Daily Spy, 6 May, 1884, page 6. [As of 1980, this newspaper had not been microfilmed and the bound set, very fragile, in the Worcester Public Library may be the only source for this reference (According to bibliography in MassWildlife's State Mammal List: http://www.state.ma.us/dfwele/dfw/dfwmam.htm#biblio)]

Thompson, E. S.

Thompson, E. S. and R. Hoffman. 1901. Bird Portraits. Boston, 40 pp., 20 pl.

Thompson, John H. 1824-1896
b, Westport; d, New Bedford, MA

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.

Kendig, A. B. The Nautilus, vol. 13, pp. 113-114.

Thompson, Zadock 1796-1856
23 May 1796-19 Jan. 1856; b, Bridgewater; d, Burlington, VT; University of Vermont, 1823

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 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 Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 5 (March 1856), pp. 312-313.

American Journal of Science, ser. 2, vol. 22 (July 1856), pp. 44-49.

Youmans, W. J. 1896. Pioneers of Science in America. [Thompson, pp. 319-326, portrait]

Perkins, G. H. 1902. Zadock Thompson. American Geologist, vol. 29, pp. 65-71. Bibliography.

Perkins, G. H. 1902. Zadock Thompson. Vermont State Geologist, 3rd Report, 1901-1902, pp. 7-13. Portrait.

Vermont. State Geologist.Preliminary report on the natural history of the state of Vermont.Burlington, C. Goodrich, 1856. 88 pp. Appendices include: 1. Obituary of Prof. Thompson.--4. Report of Zadock Thompson on the geological survey, 1849 6-7. Extract from Prof. Thompson's address on the natural history of Vermont 9. Contents of the proposed volumes by Zadock Thompson.--11. Commission from Augustus Young, state naturalist, to Albert D. Hager.

Graffagnino, J. K. 1978. Zadock Thompson: Nineteenth Century Vermont Historian. MA Thesis, University of Vermont, 145 pp.

Graffagnino, J. K. 1979. Zadock Thompson and the story of Vermont. Vermont History, vol. 47, pp. 237-257.

Graffagnino, J. K. 1984. Zadock Thompson: versatile Green Mountain scholar. VtHN, vol. 35, pp. 37-42.

Sketch of Zadock Thompson. Popular Science Monthly, vol. 46 (Dece), pp. 262-267. Portrait, p. 144.

Primary works

History of Vermont, natural, civil, and statistical, in three parts, with a new map of the state, and 200 engravings. Burlington, Pub. for the author, by C. Goodrich, 1842. Pt. 1: Natural History, 224 pp. Botany by William Oakes, pp. 173-221.

History of Vermont, natural, civil and statistical, in three parts, with an appendix. New ed. 1853. Burlington, The author, 1853. Natural history appendix, 64 pp. Assisted by T.M. Brewer (birds), C.B. Adams (shells), D.H. Storer (reptiles and fishes), W. Oakes (plants).

Natural history of Vermont. Rutland: Tuttle, 1972. [Zadock Thompson, science master for the common man, pp. vii-xii]

Natural history of Vermont. Rutland, VT: C. E. Tuttle Co., 1971 (1853), xii, 286 p. illus.

Natural history of Vermont. An address delivered at Boston, before the Boston society of natural history, June, 1850. Burlington, C. Goodrich, 1850.

Natural history of Vermont: with numerous engravings and an appendix, 1853. Burlington, VT: Thompson, 1853, [ii], 224, 63 p. ill. map (1 fold. col.)

History of Vermont, natural, civil, and statistical, in three parts, with a new map of the state, and 200 engravings. Burlington, VT: Pub. for the author, by C. Goodrich, 1842, 3 pt. in 1 v. illus., map.

Natural history of Vermont. An address delivered at Boston, before the Boston society of natural history, June, 1850. Burlington, VT: C. Goodrich, 1850, 32 p.

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Thomson, John H. =John H. Thompson??
Home: New Bedford, 1860s-1890s

The land Mollusca of Bristol County, Masachusetts, U.S.A. Journal of Conchology, vol. 4, pp. 369-373.

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.

Thoreau, Henry David 1817-1862
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Cameron, S. 1985. Writing Nature: Henry Thoreau's Journal. NY: Oxford University Press.

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Harding, W. 1981. Walden's man of science. Virginia Quarterly Review, vol. 57, pp. 45-61.

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Thurber, George
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Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 6 (1857), pp. 73-83. Bibliography.

Memorial History of Boston, vol. 4 (1881), pp. 519-520. Portrait.

American Journal of Science, ser. 2, vol. 22 (July 1856), pp. 151-152.

Arnold, H. P. 1883. John Collins Warren. New England Historic Genealogical Society Memorial Biographies, vol. 3, pp. 28-69.

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1964. Dr. Warren's mastodon. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 38, no. 3 (Winter), pp. 22-27. 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. 27-31.

Warren, E. 1860. Life of J. C. Warren, Compiled Chiefly from his Autobiography. 2 vols. Boston. [pp. 73-75 on Society for the Study of Natural Philosophy]

Warren, W. M.

Dexter, R. W. 1974. From Penikese to the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole: The role of Agassiz's students. Essex Institute Historical Collection, 110: 151-161 [mentioned p. 158].

Washburn, Bradford 1910-2007
June 7, 1910 - January 10, 2007; b, Cambridge, d, Lexington, MA. Oversaw transformation of the New England Museum of Natural History into the Boston Museum of Science of which he was director, 1939-1980.

Bradford Washburn, father of modern Museum of Science, dies at 96. Boston Globe, January 11, 2007.

Roberts, D. 2009. The Last of His Kind: The Life and Adventures of Bradford Washburn. NY: Morrow, 352 p.

Sfraga, M. 2004. Bradford Washburn: a life of exploration. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press, 260 p.

Waterhouse, Benjamin 1754-1846
4 Mar. 1754-2 Oct. 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.

Cash, P. 2006. Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse: a life in medicine and public service (1754-1846). Sagamore Beach, MA: Science History Publications/USA, 516 p.

Dictionary of American Biography (article by H. R. V.)

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

Memorial History of Boston, vol. 4 (1881), p. 518. Portrait.

Beecher, H. K. and M. D. Altschule. 1977. Pp. 40-45 (part of chapter, The theory and practise of medicine) in: Medicine at Harvard: The First Three Hundred Years. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 587 pp.

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1969. Benjamin Waterhouse. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 44, no. 2 (Nov./Dec.), pp. 14-16. 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. 57-60.

Boston lectures, Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 9, pp. 335-336.

Adams, John. Statesman and Friend: Correspondence of John Adams with Benjamin Waterhouse, 1784-1822. Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, 1927.

Blake, J. B. 1958. Benjamin Waterhouse, Harvard's first professor of physic. Journal of Medical Education, vol. 33 (November).

Bell, W. J., Jr. 1978. History of anatomical instruction in New England in a letter of Benjamin Waterhouse, 1808. Journal of the History of Medicine, vol. 33, pp. 215-217.

Blake, John Ballard. Benjamin Waterhouse and the introduction of vaccination; a reappraisal. Yale University Department of the History of Medicine monograph series; no. 33. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1957.

Cash, P. 1992. Setting the stage: Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse's reception in Boston, 1782-1788. Journal of the History of Medicine, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 5-28.

Cash, P. and Y. Higomoto. 1994. Further information concerning Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse's appointment as Harvard's first professor of medicine. Journal of the History of Medicine, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 419-428.

Cohen, I. B., ed. 1980. The Life and scientific and medical career of Benjamin Waterhouse: with some account of the introduction of vaccination in America. 2 v. New York: Arno Press. [Rev., Bull. Hist. Med., vol. 57, p. 303]

Courtney, Joseph William. Benjamin Waterhouse, M. D., American pioneer. Geneve, Imprimerie A. Kundig, 1926.

Hawes, L. E. 1974. Benjamin Waterhouse, M.D. First Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic at Harvard and Introducer of Cowpox Vaccination into America, including a Concordance of Dr. Waterhouse's Hortus Siccus by J. Worth Estes, M.D. (Boston Medical Library Studies I) Boston: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, 55 pp. Bibliography and color portrait of B. W.

Lane, William Coolidge. Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse and Harvard university. Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society,IV," Jan. 1909, pp. [5]-22.

Stohrer, Hans Leonhard. Benjamin Waterhouse (1754-1846) and the introduction of natural history at Harvard. Thesis (A.B., Honors in History and Science)- -Harvard University, 1995. LOCATION: Harvard Archives

Trent, Josiah C. 1946. The London years of Benjamin Waterhouse. Journal of the History of Medicine, vol. 1, pp.25-40.

Wilson, J. Walter. The first natural history lectures at Brown University, 1786, by Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse. NY: Paul B. Hoeber, 1942.

Primary works

Papers of Benjamin Waterhouse, 1786-1836 (inclusive). LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books Dept., Harvard University

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Papers of Benjamin Waterhouse, 1797-1829 (inclusive). LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books Dept., Harvard University

Harvard University. Records relating to the Benjamin Waterhouse controversy, 1812. LOCATION: Harvard Archives

Waterhouse, Benjamin. [A blank book used as a herbarium, having the name of Dr. Waterhouse on the blank page]. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: ff 36.E.1. Loaned to the Boston Medical Library Association by the Boston Athenaeum.

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Books borrowed by ... from the Boston Medical Library. n.p. 1806-1828. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books 1.Mba.8. Signature of Benjamin Waterhouse.

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Copy of a letter from the celebrated ... to Samuel L. Mitchell, M.D., in the City of New York Cambridge, Dec. 19, 1825. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books 1.Mh.1834.W

Waterhouse, Benjamin. The Ecclectic. No. 1-7. Samuel Thomson, "Botanist," and patented practitioner of Medicine. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books 1.Mh.1825.W

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Eighteen letters to Lyman Spalding, from Cambridge, Mass. (1797-1816). Addresses to Lyman Spalding at Cornish, N.H., Hanover, N.H. and Portsmouth, N.H., mostly regarding vaccination for smallpox. Camb. Mass. 1797 -1816. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books f 1.Kup.12.

Waterhouse, Benjamin. An essay on Junius and his letters embracing a sketch of the life and character of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, and memoirs of certain other distinguished individuals: with reflections historical, personal, and political, relating to the affairs of Great Britain and America from 1763 to 1785. Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1831. Preface contains a short autobiographical sketch.

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Heads of a course of lectures, intended as an introduction to natural history, now delivering in the university at Cambridge. [Providence?: Printed by Bennett Wheeler?, between 1784 and 1791]. LOCATION: Microforms (Lamont): Microfiche W 2571 (43758) Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 45406, no. 43758). Microfiche

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Heads of a course of lectures, intended as an introduction to natural history, now delivering in the University at Cambridge. [n.p., 1794]. LOCATION: Harvard Archives

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Heads of a course of lectures, intended as an introduction to natural history, now delivering in the university at Cambridge. [Cambridge? 1810?]. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books ff QH51.W29 c.1 Mounted on cloth. Imperfect: damaged, some text wanting.

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Heads of a course of lectures on natural history. Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1810. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books QH51.W292 c.1 Author's inscribed presentation copy to the Revd. President Messer. Unbound. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books QH51.W292 c.2 The gift of George R[ichards] Minot to Harvard University. Unbound. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books QH51.W292 c.3 Imperfect: half-title wanting. Disbound. LOCATION: Harvard Archives: HU 313.62 LOCATION: Harvard Archives: HUC 8810.258 LOCATION: Microforms (Lamont): Microfiche W 4532 no. 21959. Microfiche. New Canaan, CT : Readex, [199-] (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 21959) Microfiche

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Heads of a course of lectures on natural history given annually since 1788 in the University of Cambridge by B. Waterhouse, M.D. ... Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed at the university press by W. Hilliard, [1805]. LOCATION: Microforms (Lamont): Microfiche W 4532 no. 50630. Microfiche. New Canaan, CT : Readex, [199-] (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 50630). Microfiche

Waterhouse, Benjamin. List of works by ... which are listed in the catalogue of the Brown University Library. n.p. 1935. LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books 1.Mh.1935.W

Waterhouse, Benjamin. The botanist. Being the botanical part of a course of lectures on natural history, delivered in the University at Cambridge, together with a discourse on the principle of vitality. Boston, J. T. Buckingham, 1811. Originally published in the Monthly Anthology, 1804-1808.

Waterhouse, Benjamin. Oratio inauguralis, quam in Academia Harvardiana, Cantabrigiae Novanglorum, nonis Octobribus, A.D. MDCCLXXXIII, habuit Benjamin Waterhouse, M.D. ... Cantabrigiae [i.e. Cambridge, Mass.]: Typis Hilliard, Metcalf, et Soc. MDCCCXXIX [1829].

Waterhouse family. Collection of Waterhouse family papers, 1785-1836 (inclusive). LOCATION: Countway Medicine: Rare Books Dept. H MS c17

Waterman, George Arthur 1872-1960
b, Boston, MA; Harvard Medical School, M.D., 1899

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.

Gifford, G. E., Jr. 1974. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, May, p. 28. Portrait

Waters, C. R.
Reptiles and amphibians

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

Waters, Edward Stanley 1831-1902
b, Salem; d, Holyoke, MA; Civil engineer; No publicatons; Member: Holyoke Horticulture Club; AOU

Waters, Edward S. The birds of Holyoke. Their habits, importance and characteristics. Springfield, n.d. pp. 47.

Waters, Edward S. Wild flowers of western New England. Springfield, 1893, 31 pp.

Watson, Sereno 1826-1892
1 Dec. 1826-9 Mar. 1892; b, CT; Yale, 1847; Botany of California; Worked at Gray Herbarium

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.

Deane, Walter. 1892. Sereno Watson. pp. (4). Bulletin of the Torrey botanical club, vol.xix.no.4,(April)

Goodale, G. L. 1893. Sereno Watson with a list of Sereno Watson's botanical writings by J. A. Allen. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 27, 403-416.

Goodale, G. L. 1893. Sereno Watson, with a list of Sereno Watson's botanical writings by J.A. Allen. p. [403]-416, [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 24 cm. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. XXVII."

Humphrey, J. E. 1896. Botany and botanists in New England. New England Magazine, v. 14, pp. 29-44 (p. 40).

Sereno Watson. Reno: Northern Nevada Native Plant Society, Occasional Paper no. 5, 5 pp. pp. [403]-416, 1982. Portrait

We

Weatherby, Charles Alfred 1876-1949
Ferns

Weatherby, U. F. 1951. Charles Alfred Weatherby: A Man of Many Interests. Forward by Milton Hopkins. Privately printed? Distributed by the Gray Herbarium, 189 pp. Portraits

Fernald, M. L. 1949. Charles Alfred Weatherby, botanist and helper of botanists, pp. 169-179. Bibliography of Charles Alfred Weatherby, compiled by M.L. Fernald and B. G. Schubert, pp. 179-191. Rhodora, v. 51, no. 609 (Sept).

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

Papers of Charles Alfred Weatherby, 1893-1948 (bulk). ca. 6 linear ft.. Arranged in two series: Biographical and Botanical Papers. Weatherby (Harvard, A.B. 1897; A.M. 1898) was interested in botany and volunteered at Gray Herbarium during summers. In 1931 he became Assistant Curator; Senior Curator in 1937; and Research Associate upon his retirement in 1940. Weatherby is best known as a fern specialist, but also researched in other areas, such as botanical nomenclature. Cite as: Charles Alfred Weatherby Papers. Archives, Gray Herbarium Library, Harvard University Herbaria.

Weatherby, Una Foster

Tryon, A. F. 1958. Una Foster Weatherby. American Fern Journal, vol. 48, no. 4, pp. 129-135.

Webb, Benjamin, Jr.
Microscopy

Dexter, R. W. 1980. Natural history at the Essex Institute, 1848-1898. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 116, pp. 21-33 [mentioned p. 29].

Webb, T. W.
Member, Providence Franklin Society; Published in American Journal of Science; Meisel, 1821

Webster, John White 1793-1850

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

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

Webster, May Rogers (Mrs. Laurence J. Webster) -1938
b, Scituate; d, Boston, MA; Mainly lived in Holderness, NH, after 1901; Founded New Hampshire Nature Camp of (at?) Lost River, 1932; Vice-President, New England Wildflower Preservation Society; AOU

Weed, Clarence Moores 1864-1947
b, Toledo, OH; Ohio State University, ScD, 1901; Professor of Zoology and Entomology, New Hampshire College, 1891-1904; Instructor, Nature Study, State Normal School, Lowell, 1904-21; Principal, President, Massachusetts State Teachers College, Lowell, 1921-1935; Entomologist, New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station; Insect life history, relations of flowers and insects, Phalangiidae of America, nature study in schools.; AMSIII

AAB; DAA (5th ed., 1904); DNAA; Ireland; Who Was Who in America2

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 41, pp. 534-535.

School and Society (?) , vol. 66 (July 26, 1947), p. 60

Ohio Authors and their Books, ed. by W. Coyle. Cleveland, OH: World Publishing Co., 1962

Bird life stories, compiled from the writings of Audubon, Bendire, Nuttall, and Wilson. Compiled by Clarence Moores Weed. xx vols. Chicago: Rand, McNally, 1904- col. plates.

Birds in their relation to man; a manual of economic ornithology for the United States and Canada. With Ned Dearborn. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1903, viii + 380 pp., front., illus., plates. Also later ed.: 2nd (1916), 3rd (1924), 4th (1935).

Butterflies worth knowing. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page,1917, xiii + 286 pp., col. front., illus., plates (part. col.) (Little Nature Library, Worth Knowing Series); Also: 1928. Also published as Butterflies, 1926.

Insect ways. NY: D. Appleton, 1930, vii + 343 pp., illus. juv.

The insect world; a reading book of entomology. Comp. and ed. by Clarence Moores Weed. NY: D. Appleton, 1899, xvi + 210 pp., front., illus., plates. juv.

Life histories of American insects. NY: Macmillan, 1897, xii + 272 pp., front., illus.

Nature biographies; the lives of some every-day butterflies,moths, grasshoppers and flies. NY: Doubleday, Page, 1901, x + 164 pp., front., illus.

New Hampshire wild flowers. Durham, New Hampshire College Agricultural Experiment Station, 1903. 47 p. illus. Nature Study leaflet, no. 4

Our trees, how to know them; photographs from nature by Arthur I. Emerson, with a guide to their recognition at any season of the year and notes on their characteristics, distribution, and culture. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1908, viii + 295 pp., plates. Also: 5th ed., with an ill. introduction, 1918, xxi + 295 pp.

A partial bibliography of the economic relations of North American birds. New Hampshire college agricultural experiment station. Technical bulletin; no. 5. Durham: New Hampshire college of agriculture and the mechanic arts, 1902.

Seed travellers; studies of the methods of dispersal of various common seeds. Boston: Ginn, 1898, iv + 53 pp., front., illus.

Seeing nature first. Ill. by W.I. Beecraft. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1913, 306 pp., col. front., illus. plates.

Stories of insect life. Boston: Ginn, 1897, iv + 54 pp., illus.

The study of evergreens in the public schools. Boston: Wright & Potter, state printers, 1908, 30 pp., illus.

The study of trees in our primary schools. Boston: Wright & Potter, state printers, 1907, 48 pp., illus., diagrs.

Ten New England blossoms and their insect visitors. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895, xi + 142 pp., front., illus., plates, port.

Wild flower families; the haunts, characters, and family relationships of the herbaceous wild flowers, with suggestions for their identification. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1908, 244 pp., col. front., illus.

Weeks, Andrew Gray 1861-
b, Boston, MA; Harvard, AB, 1883; Hon. associate, Entomology, Harvard museum, 1903-; Diurnal Lepidoptera; AMSIII

[Butterfly collection given to MCZ] Entomological News, vol. 3, p.48.

Weinland, Dr. Christoph David Friedrich 1829-1914
Of Cambridge, 1860s

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.

Falco (Halle), vol. 11 (1915), pp. 33-36.

Remarks on the erasion of the beaks of Unionidae. Proceeding of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 6 (January, 1857), p. 57; vol. 6 (November, 1857), p. 258

Wellman, Rev. Gordon Boit -1942
d, Wellesley, MA; Of Wellesley, 1919-1942; Associate Professor, Biblical History; AOU

Welsh, Jane K. or Welch?
McAllister, Amos Eaton, pp. 258-259

A Botanical Catechism. Northampton, 1819, 34 pp. for young students

Wentworth, Louis A.
Member, Houghton Horticultural Society; Botany; Wrote nature articles about Lynn, MA, woods

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

Wentworth, Thomas H.
Report, Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game of the State of Maine, 1893; Kendall, 1914, Fishes of Maine

Weston, Alfred Crowell 1892-1933
b, West Roxbury; d, Princeton, MA; Home: Needham; Oology; Collection in Children's Museum, Boston; AOU

Wetherbee, D. K.

The birds and mammals of Worcester county, Massachusetts. Century Press, Worcester, 1945, 192pp.

Wh

Wheatland, Henry 1812-1893

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

Putnam, F. W. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 31 (1896), pp. 363-367.

Jackson, R. L. 1948. The Physicians of Essex County. Salem, MA: Essex Institute, 152 pp. [p. 123]

Moir, R. 1994. Henry Wheatland's journal of a voyage to the Azores. Peabody Essex Museum Collections, vol. 130, pp. 36-54. In 1839

Upham, W. P. 1895. Memoir of Henry Wheatland, M.D.. Cambridge, J. Wilson; Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 2 ser., vol. 9 (whole ser. 29) (January, 1895), pp. 276-300.

Willson, E. B. Sermon preached by Rev. Edmund B. Willson, at the North Church, Salem, Sunday, March 5, 1893. Printed by request of the Essex Institute. [Salem, Mass., Printed by Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1893].

Essex Institute. Henry Wheatland; born January 11, 1812, died February 27, 1893; founder of the Essex institute, 1847-1848; its secretary and treasurer, 1848-1868; its president, 1868-1893. [A memorial. Salem, 1893].

Wheatland, Richard Henry
Ichthyology

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

Putnam, F. W. 1865. On the death of Dr. R. H. Wheatland, 1864. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, vol. 10, p. 1-2.

Wheeler, William Morton 1865-1937
19 Mar. 1865-19 Apr. 1937; b, Milwaukee; Clark University, PhD, 1892; Harvard, Professor of Economic Entomology, 1908-; AMSIII

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.

Evans, M. A. and H. E. Evans. 1970. William Morton Wheeler, Biologist. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 363 pp. Portraits and bibliography.

Henderson, L. J., T. Barbour, F. M. Carpenter, and H. Zinsser. 1937. Obituary: William Morton Wheeler. Science, vol. 85, pp. 533-535.

Parker, G. H. 1938. Biographical Memoir of William Morton Wheeler. Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 19, pp. 203-241.

Sterling, K. B. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 820-822.

Wheeler, G. C. My Association with William Morton Wheeler. Dept. of Biology, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND 58202, 16 pp.

Primary Works

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Social life among the insects. NY: Harcourt, Brace, 1923, 375 pp.

Les sociétés d'insectes: leur origine, leur évolution. Paris: Gaston Doin, 1926, 468 pp.

The natural history of ants. NY: A. Knopf, 1926, 280 pp., 4 plates (From an unpublished MS of Réaumur)

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Foibles of insects and men. NY: A. Knopf, 1928, 217 pp.

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Colony-founding among ants; with an account of some primitive Australian species. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1933, 179 pp.

The Lamarck manuscripts at Harvard. Ed. by William Morton Wheeler and Thomas Barbour. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1933, 202 pp. 4 plates.

Mosaics and other anomalies among ants. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1937, 95 pp.

Essays in philosophical biology. Ed. by G. H. Parker. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1937, 261 pp. 2 plates.

Wherry, Edgar Theodore 1885-

Wherry, Edgar Theodore. (1885-) 1923?, 1930? A selected list of the ferns and flowering plants of Mount Desert Island and vicinity. 14 leaves

Wherry, Edgar Theodore. (1885-) 1928. Wild flowers of Mount Desert Island, Maine. Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Press, iv, 164 pp. ill. (Published by the Garden Club of Mount Desert) 1928 Not otherwise NE

Whipple, Col.
Of Dartmouth (now Jefferson), NH; Trip up Mt. Washington with Cutler

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.

Whitaker, James Davis 1868-1952
b, Lowell; d, Wellesley, MA; Cotton business; No publications, collected; AOU

White, Daniel A.
President, Essex Institute; Dexter, 1980, p. 25

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

White, Francis Beach 1872-1948
Harvard, AM, 1895; Taught at St. Paul's School, Concord, NH; Founded the Wilson Ornithological Club; Member, AAAS, Massachusetts Audubon Society, New Hampshire Audubon Society (Vice-President), Northeastern Bird-Banding Society (President), Nuttall; AOU

White, Francis Beach, 1872-1948. Check-list of the birds of New Hampshire. Concord, N.H. : White, 1922. 120 p. (chiefly blank) ; 18 cm. "Species not in Dr. [Glover M.] Allen's List [of the birds of New Hampshire] of 1903 are indicated by the authority for their inclusion. Names and indented numbers follow the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list, third edition." Lists 292 species of New Hampshire birds with blank pages for notes.

Preliminary List of the Birds of Concord, New Hampshire, with Notes. Concord, NH: Rumford Press, 1924, 153 lvs.

Local Notes on the Birds of Concord, New Hampshire. Concord, NH: Rumford Press, [1937], 126 pp. Notice: Auk, 1938, p. 296.

White, Frances Black ???????

White, Frances Black. Check-list of the birds of New Hampshire. Concord, NH, Rumford Press, 1935, [68] pp.

White, George
Member, Linnaean Society, Amherst College, 1822; Meisel

White, Dr. James Clarke 1833-1916
b, Belfast, ME; d, Boston, MA; Harvard; Tremont Medical School, 1856; Professor of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School, 1871-1902; Curator, Harvard Natural HistorySociety (as student, associated with T. W. Harris); Curator of Comparative Anatomy, Boston Society of Natural History, 1858-68; AOU

White, William Lawrence 1908-1952

Barghoorn, E. S., R. C. Rollins and W. H. Weston. 1953. [Obituary]. Harvard University Gazette, vol. 48, no. 25 (March 14), pp. 175-176.

Whiting, Charles Goodrich 1842-

Whitman, Charles Otis 1842-1910
14 Dec. 1842-6 Dec. 1910

Director, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.

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.

Whitman, G. P.
Cape Cod

Dexter, R. W. 1986. Two centuries of naturalists on Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Essex Institute Historical Collection, v. 122, no. 3, 246-258 [mentioned p. 248].

Whittemore, Harry Weston 1859-

A blueberry pasture, and other outdoor sketches made in New Hampshire. Tufts College, MA: The Tufts College Press, 1910, 87 p. front., plates.

An old homestead and thereabout: An old homestead : A grove of Rock maples : Bluebirds and Woodpeckers : A Blueberry pasture : Cardinal flower brook : An old barn and its swallows : school district number eight. Malden, MA: H.W. Wittemore & Co., 1899, 60 p.

Whitten, Orin B.
Report, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries, 1893-94; Kendall, 1914, Fishes of Maine

Whittle, Charles Livy
Editor, Bulletin of the Northeastern Bird-Banding Association, and Bird-Banding; AOU, p. 601 (mentioned in Helen Granger Whittle obituary)

Whittle, Helen Granger 1876-1951
b, Greenland; d, Hillsboro, NH; St. Johnsbury Academy, 1896Horticultural course at Massachusetts State College of Agriculture, then for 17 years grounds/garden superintendent in Peterborough, NH; Assisted husband, Charles Livy Whittle, Editor, Bulletin of the Northeastern Bird-Banding Association, and Bird-Banding; AOU

Wi

Wilcox, Miss. Alice Wilson 1871-
b, Providence, RI; Vassar, AB, 1894; Instructor of Zoology, Vassar, 1896-1900; Instructor of Zoology, Wellesley, 1902-05; Instructor of Biology and Euthenics, Womens Colllege, Brown University, 1906-; Freshwater Bryozoa; AMSIII

Wilder, Burt Green 1841-

Comstock, J. H. 1925. [Obituary]. Science, n.s., vol. 61, pp. 531-533

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 4, p. 481 (Port.).

Wilder, Harris Hawthorne

The Early Years of a Zoologist: The Story of a New England Boyhood. Edited and arranged by Inez Whipple Wilder. Smith College, Northampton, MA: Privately Printed, 73 pp.

Wilkins, Austin Horatio

Wilkins, Austin Horatio. The forests of Maine, their extent, character, ownership, and products. Maine Forest Service. Bulletin, no. 8. Augusta, Maine, Maine Forest Service, 1932.

Wilder, Inez Whipple (Mrs. Harris Hawthorne Wilder) 1871-
b, Diamond Hill, RI; Smith College, AM, 1904; Instructor of Zoology, Smith College, 1902-; Life history of Amphibia; AMSIII

Willard, Frederic H.
Member, Linnaean Society, Amherst College, 1822; Meisel

Willard, Theodora 1871-1937
b,d, Boston, MA

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.

Balch, Francis N. 1938. Theodora Willard, a memorial notice for the records of the Boston Malacological Club.

Willcox, Mary Alice 1856-1953
b, Kennebunk, ME; Zurich, PhD, 1898; Professor, Wellesley, 1883-; Comparative anatomy of molluscs; AMSIII

Pocket Guide to the Birds of New England. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1895, 1901, 1903.

Pocket guide to the common land birds of New England. Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1895, 158 pp.

Key to aid in identifying the more common birds of Wellesley. n.p., n.d. 20 pp.

Willey, Henry 1824-1907
b, Genesco, NY; Editor, New Bedford Evening Standard, 1857-90; Collected ferns in White Mountains, 1867-68; Lichens; AMSI

Howe, R. H., Jr. 1913. Henry Willey, Lichenist. New Bedford Standard. July 20, 1913. Botany Farlow Library: PAM

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Williams, Edward Newlin 1874?-1902
died 1/31/1902 in Maine.
Education: University of Pennsylvania, MD, 1898

Physician, practiced New Hope, PA.

Pennsylvania Medcal Journal, 6 (1902/03), p. 262.

Amateur botanist. Botanized in White Mountains with F. Schuyler Matthews. Mentioned in preface to Mathews' Field book of American wild flowers (1902).

Williams, Emile Francis 1858-1929; Botany in Coos County (1880), 1894-1907

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

Robinson, B. L. 1931. Emile Francis Williams. Rhodora, vol. 33, no. 385 (January), pp. 1-18, port. frontis.

Williams, Leonard Worcester 1875-; b, Muskogee, IN; Brown, PhD, 1901; Instructor of Comparative Anatomy, Assistant Professor of Biology, Brown, 1901-07; Instructor of Comparative Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, 1907; Cephalopod anatomy, copepod classification; AMSIII

Williams, Mary Francis

Williams, Mary Francis. 1985. The Harpswell Laboratory, 1898-1920. Appendix F. Publications of Leonard W. Williams (omitting book reviews), 1 p.

Williams, Samuel 1743-1817
23 April 1743 - 2 January 1817

Son of the Reverend Wareham Williams and Abigail (Leonard) Williams of Waltham, MA, Samuel Williams, graduated from Harvard College in 1761. He traveled with Harvard's Professor John Winthrop to Newfoundland in 1761 to observe the transit of Venus. He was the author of several papers in physical science. Williams became minister at Bradford, MA, in 1765, and in 1768 married Jane Kilbourn who bore him five children. During his time in Bradford he taught science to Benjamin Thompson, the future Count Rumford. In 1780, Williams accepted Harvard's offer of the Hollis Professorship of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. Also in 1780, he helped found the Amerian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Boston, and participated in an expedition to Penobscot, with the permission of the occupying British forces, to observe an eclipse of the sun. Williams was known for his showy and extravagent way of life, and in 1788 he was indicted for forgery. He escaped to Rutland, Vermont. There he served as minister of the First Church, until his decision to leave the ministtry in 1794, after which he engaged in newspaper editing and publishing. His promotion of a university for the new state led to the establishment of the University of Vermont. He was employed by the State to resurvey its northern boundary. Sibley

MSS lecture notes in Harvard Archives

Portrait from New England Magazine, vol. 12, p. 498. The original is lost.

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Williams, Stephen West 1790-1855
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Williamson, W. D.
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Willis, Henry -1868 at 36
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Wilson, Alexander

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Wilson, J. S. P. H.
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Winkley, Henry W. 1858-1918
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Wolcott, Robert Henry

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Class-Book of Botany, 1845

Wood, Dr. William 1822-1885
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Auk, vol. 2 (October 1885), p. 391.

Boardman, S. L. (& A. E. Verrill according to Casey Wood). 1903. The Naturalist of the St. Croix. Memoir of George A. Boardman, a Selection of his Correspondence and PublishedWritings, Notices of Friends and Contemporaries, with his List of Birds of Maine and New Brunswick. Bangor, ME: Privately printed, 351 pp. [William Wood, pp. 213-217, portrait 212 or facing p. 213???]

Wood, Dr. William
Vice-President, Portland Society of Natural History, 1851; Meisel, 1843; President, Portland Society of Natural History, 1889 ; Kendall, 1914, Fishes of Maine

Wood, William

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New England's prospect. [Boston]: [Boynton], [1897].

Wood's New-England's prospect. New York, B. Franklin, 1967

New England's prospect. The Commonwealth series. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1977.

New Englands prospect. A true, lively, and experimentall description of that part of America, commonly called New England: discovering the state of that countrie, both as it stands to our new-come English planters; and to the old native inhabitants. Laying downe that which may both enrich the knowledge of the mind-travelling reader, or benefit the future voyager. Printed at London by Tho. Cotes, for John Bellamie, 1634.

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New-England's prospect. The third edition. [Boston]: London, printed 1639. Boston, New-England, re-printed by Thomas and John Fleet, in Cornhill; and Green and Russell, in Queen-Street, 1764.

Woods, William Colcord

The biology of Maine species of Altica. Bulletin / Maine Agricultural Experiment Station; 273. Orono: Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, 1918. ME economic entomologist

Woodward, Frank Ernest 1853-1921
b, Damariscotta, ME; d, Brookline, MA; Businessman; Society of Mayflower Descendents (President and VP), New England Historic Genealogical Society (Council), Massachusetts Society of the Sons of the Revolution (President); AOU

Woodward, Lemuel Fox 1857-1931
b,d, Worcester, MA; Harvard Medical School, 1881; Member: Nuttall, Worcester Natural History Society (President and Trustees); AOU

Woodworth, Jay Backus 1865-1925

Sayles, Robert Wilcox, 1878-1942. Jay Backus Woodworth. 7 p. port. 24 cm. Harvard graduates magazine, March, 1926.

Geography and geology of the region including Cape Cod, the Elizabeth islands, Nantucket, Marthas Vineyard, No mans land and Block island. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College. v. 52. Cambridge, Mass., Printed for the Museum, 1934.

Woodworth, William McMichael 1864-
b, San Francisco, CA; Harvard, PhD, 1891; MCZ, various posts, Keeper, 1889-

AMSIII

Barbour, Thomas. 1943. Naturalist at large. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 314 p. [p. 18].

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Wright, C.
Curator, Lyceum of Natural History of the Berkshire Medical Institution, Pittsfield; Meisel, 1823

Wright, Charles 1811-1885
29 Oct. 1811-11 Aug. 1885; b,d, Wethersfield, CT; Yale, 1835; Botanical exploration; Last years "devoted to the exploration of his native hills."

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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Dodson, C. 1993. Botanists of the Mexican-United States Boundary Survey. Huntia 9(1):89-96.

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Hartmann, C. P. 1992. Charles Wright: botanizer of the boundary. Part II: At the edge of the power struggle in th U. S. Boundary Commission. Password (El Paso Historical Society), 37(4): 171-187.

Hinckley, L.C. 1950. The centennial of Charles Wright's trip through Trans-Pecos Texas. American Midland Naturalist, 44(2): 488-494.

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Mearns, B. & R. Mearns. 1992. Audubon to Xantus: The Lives of Those Commemorated in North American Bird Names. London: Academic Press, 588 pp. Biographical sketches with references.

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Wright, C. 1940. Field notes of Charles Wright for 1849 and 1851-52 relating to collections from Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and adjacent Sonora and Chihuahua. A copy with commentary by Ivan M. Johnston, Gray Herbarium, Harvard University. Unpublished typescript.

Wright, Elizer (Elizor?)

Wright, Ellen. 1893. Elizer Wright's Appeals for the Middlesex Fells and the Forest, with a Sketch of What he did for Both, by his daughter, Ellen Wright. The Medford Public Domain Club, 156 pp.

Wright, Horace Winslow 1848-1920
b, Dorcester, MA; d, Jefferson Highland, NH (Summer home); Harvard, 1869; New Church Theological School, 1873; Minister, then librarian, Abington Public Library, Abington, MA; Member, Nuttall; AOU

Allen, G. M. 1920. [Obituary]. Auk, vol. 37 July), pp. 509-510.

Birds of the Boston Public garden, a study in migration. Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin co., 1909, 238 pp.

The birds of the Jefferson region in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Proceedings of the Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, v. 5, pt. 1. Manchester, N.H., Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1911, 126 pp.

Wright, Jane Atherton

The Loggerhead Shrike in Massachusetts. Bird-Lore, vol. 5, pp. 122-124.

Wright, Mabel Osgood 1859-1934
26 Jan. 1859-16 July 1934; d, Fairfield, CT; Founder Connecticut Audubon Society (President); National Association of Audubon Societies (Director); AOU

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

Curran, J. M. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 833-834.

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Birdcraft; a field book of two hundred song, game, and water birds. NY: Macmillan, 1895, xvi + 317 pp., 15 plates (part col., incl. front.).

Birdcraft; a field book of two hundred song, game, and water birds. Ill. by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. NY: Macmillan, 1897, xvi + 317 pp., col. front., 79 plates, facsim. Also: 9th ed. 1917.

Citizen bird; scenes from bird-life in plain English for beginners, with Elliott Coues. Ill. by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. NY: Macmillan, 1897, xiv + 430 pp., front., 110 ill.

First reader: Stories of earth and sky. Ill. by Joseph M. Gleeson. NY: Macmillan, 1904, viiii + 125 pp., front., illus., 4 plates.

Flowers and ferns in their haunts. Ill. from photos by the author and J. Horace McFarland. NY: Macmillan, 1901, xix + 358 pp., front., illus., plates. Also: 1907, 57 plates (incl.front).

Four-footed Americans and their kin. ed. by Frank M. Chapman. NY: Macmillan, 1898, xv + 432 pp., front., illus., plates.

The friendship of nature; a New England chronicle of birds and flowers. NY: Macmillan, 1894, vii + 238 pp., front.

Gray lady and the birds; stories of the bird year for home and school. New York, The Macmillan company, 1907.

Gray lady and the birds; stories of the bird year for home and school. NY: Macmillan, 1915, xviii + 440 pp., front.

Second reader: Stories of plants and animals. Ill. by Albert D. Blashfield. NY: Macmillan, 1904, xii + 143 pp., front., illus., plates.

Third reader: Stories of birds and beasts. Ill. by Louis Agassiz Fuertes and Ernest Thompson Seton. NY: Macmillan, 1904, xi + 130 pp., front., illus., plates.

A year with the birds; a guide to the naming of 100 birds commonly to be seen in Connecticut. Comp. by Mabel Osgood Wright. 1905, 145 pp., plates (Connecticut School Document no. 4-1905; whole number 269).

Wright, Mary Angelina 1850-1928
b, Dorchester; d, Cambridge, MA; Member, Massachusetts Audubon 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. 624].

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Wyeth, Nathaniel Jarvis
Helped Nuttall with birds; Graustein, Nuttall, pp. 243, 249.

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

Wyman, Jeffries 1814-1874
11 Aug. 1814-4 Sept. 1874; b, Chelmsford, MA; d, White Mountains, CT; Harvard, M.D., 1833

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

American Journal of Science, 3 ser., vol. 8, pp. 323-324, 1874

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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Appel, T. A. 1997. Biographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists, pp. 836-839.

Benjamin, M. 1899. Jeffries Wyman. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, vol. 48, pp. 421-423. Portrait.

Benjamin, M. 1899. Jeffries Wyman. Science, n.s., vol. 10 (November 10), pp. 674-675.

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, vol. 191, pp. 429-435, 1924. Portrait.

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Bulletin of the Essex Institite, vol. 7, p. 93, 1876

Dupree, A. H. 1953. Jeffries Wyman's views on evolution. Isis, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 243-246

Emerson, E. W. 1918. Jeffries Wyman. Pp. 420-427 in The early years of the Saturday Club, 1855-1870, ed. by Edward Waldo Emerson. Boston: NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 515 pp.

Gifford, G. E., Jr., ed. 1978. Dear Jeffie: Being the Letters of Jeffries Wyman, First Director of the Peabody Museum, to his Son, Jeffries Wyman, Jr. Cambridge: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 82 pp.

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Holmes, O. W. Professor Jeffries Wyman. A memorial outline. Atlantic monthly. Nov. 1874. pp. 611-623.

Nature, vol. 10, p. 487, 1875

Packard, A. S. 1886. Biographical memoir of Jeffries Wyman, 1814-1874. Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 2, pp. 75-126. Portrait???, bibliography

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, n.s., vol. 2, (whole ser., vol. 10) (1875), pp. 496-505. Bibliography.

Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, 1875-75, lxx-lxxv

Wilder, B. G. 1875. Sketch of Dr. Jeffries Wyman. Popular Science Monthly, vol. 6 (January), pp. 355-360. Portrait

Wilder, B. G. 1910. Jeffries Wyman. Pp. 171-209 in Leading American Men of Science, ed. by D. S. Jordan.

Wilder, B. G. 1874. Jeffries Wyman. Old and new. XI. 533-544. 1874.

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Yale, Dr. Leroy Milton
Holme's Hole (now Vineyard Haven)

Acknowledged for specimens in Augustus A. Gould's Report on the Invertebrata of Massachusetts (1841) and in David Humphreys Storer's A report on the fishes of Massachusetts. (Boston Journal of Natural History, vol. 2, no. 3-4, pp. 289-570, 1839).

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.

Gifford, G. E. 1962. Thomas Mayo Brewer, M.D. ... a blackbird and duck, sparrow and mole. Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, vol. 37, no. 1 (Fall), 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. 11-13.

Yale sent Thomas Mayo Brewer a specimen of the Hairy-Tailed Mole, which Brewer forwarded to John Bachman, who described it as a new species.

Young, Dr. Aaron 1819-1898

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

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

Bean, R. C. 1953. Further light on Aaron Young Jr's flora of Maine. Rhodora, vol. 55, no. 658 (October), pp. 293-296.

Norton, A. H. 1935. Dr. Aaron Young, Jr. and the botanical survey of Maine. Rhodora, vol. 37, no. 433 (Jan.), pp. 1-16, port. frontis.

Young, Aaron. Report : botanical exploration of Mt. Katahdn. Notes on the journey - 1847. Maine Farmer, Mar. 16, Apr.13, Apr.20,27, May 4,11,18, 25,1848. Botany Gray Herbarium: Fol 2 Y8

Young, Aaron. 1848. A flora of Maine,illustrated with specimens from nature, arranged according to the natural system, and containing descriptions of all the known indigenous plants growing in the state, giving their generic and specific characters, principal synonymous places of growth, and time of flowering, and occasional remarks. Bangor: S.S. Smith, Printer, 1 v. specimens. 51 cm.

Report and resolves of the Legislature of the state of Maine respecting international literary exchanges, together with documents relating thereto. Pub. by order of the Legislature of Maine. Augusta: W. T. Johnson, Printer to the State, 1847, 109 p. illus. (In Documents printed by order of the Legislature ... 1847 ...Augusta, 1848; Includes: Lecture of Mons. Vattemare, Augusta, July 23, 1847; and Instructions on ... collecting, preserving and transporting objects of natural history. Written by the professors, administrators of the Museum of Natural History at Paris. Rev., with the addition of notes, by Aaron Young, Jr., State Botanist. Vattemare, Alexandre, 1796-1864. Young, Aaron, 1819-1898.

Young, Augustus 1785-1857

National cyclopaedia of American biography. (NY: J.T. White, 1898-1984), vol. 3, p. 506.

Young, D. B.
Explored Maine shell heaps, references; Norton, Mammals of Portland, p. 137

Young, Herbert Andrew 1857-1894

Young, Herbert Andrew. Catalogue of the flora of Oak Island, Revere, Massachusetts: with notes. Essex inst. Salem, Mass. Bull. 14: 141-157. map. JL.-Dec. 1882.

Young, Herbert A. (Herbert Andrew). Catalogue of the flora of Oak Island, Revere, Massachusetts: with notes. Salem [Mass.]: Peabody Academy of Science, 1883, 19 pp.

Zappey, Walter Reeves 1878-1914
b, Roxbury; Home: Arlington and Cambridge; Taxidermist, then collector for Walter Rothschild, O. Bangs, MCZ, then preparator, MCZ; AOU

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