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Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark Expedition

Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark Expedition

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Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia -- Catalogs,
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew -- Catalogs,
  • Botany -- West (U.S.) -- History,
  • Plant collecting -- West (U.S.) -- History,
  • Plants -- Type specimens -- Catalogs and collections -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia,
  • Plants -- Type specimens -- Catalogs and collections -- England -- Kew,
  • West (U.S.) -- Discovery and exploration

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHerbarium of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
    StatementGary E. Moulton, editor
    SeriesThe journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition -- v. 12, Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition -- v. 12
    ContributionsMoulton, Gary E, University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Center for Great Plains Studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF592.4 1983 vol. 12
    The Physical Object
    Pagination357 p. :
    Number of Pages357
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16982514M
    ISBN 100803229313
    LC Control Number98053495

      Read Ronda's Lewis and Clark Among the Indians. posted by LarryC at AM on J Clay Jenkinson, the supremely talented researcher and impersonator of Meriwether Lewis (among others), recommends Lewis and Clark Among The Indians as the single best L&C book to g: Herbarium. Prunus pensylvanica at the Lewis and Clark Herbarium By H. Wayne Phillips from Kelseya, Spring While doing research for my book, Plants of the Lewis and Clark Expedition I became aware of some problems with the identification of several specimens in the Lewis and Clark Herbarium at The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia.

    Plants on the trail with Lewis and Clark. New York, Clarion Books, p. "Plant specimens in the Lewis and Clark herbarium": p. FP TOP OF PAGE. JOURNAL ARTICLES. Burroughs, R. D. The Lewis and Clark Expedition's botanical discoveries. Lewis: Blackfoot River west of Lewis & Clark Pass, Lewis & Clark County SOURCES: Moulton, Gary E., Editor. Herbarium of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, Volume University of Nebraska Press, Lin-coln and London. Reveal, James L., Gary E. Moulton, and Alfred E. Schuyler.

    The Plants of Lewis and Clark's Expedition across the Continent, , in Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, , part 1, pages Field notes, plant lists, and accession records of the Gray Herbarium. Archives of the Gray Herbarium, Harvard University Herbaria Electronic finding aid available. 1 July The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Volume Herbarium of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.


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Lewis and Clark's Herbarium Meriwether Lewis and William Clark are most famous for traversing America’s western territories on foot and horseback during the Corps of Discovery Expedition (–06). The primary goal of that trip was to gather and record scientific information about western animals, plants, and geography.

Number twelve in a distinguished, and, multivolume effort by Dr. Gary Moulton, The University of Nebraska, The "Herbarium" volume of "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition" is the most comprehensive, edited botanical reference of the known plant specimens of 5/5(1). In his book Flora americae septentrionalis, Frederick Pursh accounted for some vascular plants found by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on their trans-continental expedition to the Pacific Ocean.

He proposed 94 new names based, at least in part, upon their specimens or what traditionally has been assumed to be their specimens.

Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

The Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark Expedition (Book): The University of Nebraska Press editions of The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition are widely heralded as a lasting achievement. Scientific descriptions and historical comments by Lewis & Clark scholars bring the herbarium completely up to date for the first time in a century.

Comprehensive indexes provide guides to places and dates of collection common names, hundreds of scientific names, and digital illustrations. The Lewis and Clark Herbarium contains specimen sheets bearing the plant specimens collected during the historic journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in This paper briefly describes the history of the collection and its.

The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol 12 Herbarium. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark Edited by Gary E. Moulton This landmark volume contains the most complete listing and presentation of the plant specimens collected by the Lewis and Clark expedition.

All but one of the plants were collected by Meriwether Lewis, the expedition. Lewis gave them to Benjamin Smith Barton, who was to have published a book on the natural history of the Expedition, but Lewis died inand Barton died inwith the book still unwritten.

Lewis's herbarium was then deposited at the American Philosophical Society, where it lay almost entirely forgotten for nearly eighty years, until Thomas Meehan stumbled upon it, and arranged for the APS to.

If you don’t want the atlas volume or the herbarium or the index volume, which are available only in hardcover, volumeswhich contain the journals of Lewis and Clark, can be had in paperback.

So can volumeswhich contain the journals of Patrick Gass. This landmark volume contains the most complete listing and presentation of the plant specimens collected by the Lewis and Clark expedition. All but one of the plants were collected by Meriwether Lewis, the expedition?s botanist.

The collection, how-ever, was nearly lost over the years when it was scattered among various botanists who intended to catalog the expedition?s scientific discoveries.

The Lewis and Clark Herbarium of The Academy of Natural Sciences Parts I - III; Notulae Naturae; The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia; Nos. - December by many and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at “Anyone interested in the Lewis and Clark Expedition will enjoy looking at the specimens and tracing when and where Lewis made the collection via an accompanying map and appendix.

Botanists will find this book informative for matters of identification, taxonomy, and natural history.”—South Dakota HistoryAuthor: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark.

Lewis and Clark Resources. Recommended Books about the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Wier October, For an excellent short history read either Lewis and Clark An Illustrated History by Dayton Duncan (, Alfred A.

Knopf, with a fine selection of pictures and photographs), or Those Tremendous Mountains by David Freeman Hawke (Norton). For more details read either Undaunted. The University of Nebraska Press editions of The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition are widely heralded as a lasting achievement.

In all, twelve volumes and a comprehensive index are projected, which together will provide a complete record of the expedition/5(8). M any of the dried specimens Lewis and Clark gathered on their expedition were used by the Saxon botanist Frederick Pursh to characterize those he felt were new to science.

Herbarium specimens—dried and pressed specimens mounted on paper together with information as to their origins—serve as "vouchers," or reference resources, for comparison with other specimens collected.

the botany of the lewis & clark expedition Botany Exhibit —> map dates plant names thumbnails The instructions for the Lewis and Clark Expediton were laid out by President Thomas Jefferson in his letter to Meriwether Lewis dated   The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Volume Herbarium of the Lewis and Clark Expedition edited by Gary E.

Moulton. xii + pp. illustrated by 1 map, b/w illus., and 18 photo-reproductions of previously published and unpublished plates. ISBN: $ (hardcover). Lincoln, NB: The University of Nebraska : James L.

Reveal. In this paper we explore a neglected portion of the expedition: the labels and notes associated with the Lewis and Clark Herbarium, a collection of dried, pressed plants housed in the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia herbarium (PH).

We also comment on an additional 10 specimens of Lewis that reside at the Royal Botanic Gardens at. The Lewis & Clark collection postcard book () George Drouillard () Jefferson's Western explorations () Sur les Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark expedition () The journals of Joseph Whitehouse, April 2, ().

A superb presentation of the journals of Lewis and Clark, as well as those of Ordway, Floyd, Gass, and Whitehouse. Additionally presents herbarium of the expedition, an atlas of the expedition maps, and an index.

OSGOOD, ERNEST S., ed. The Field Notes of Captain William Clark, (Vol. V, Yale Western Americana Series).

New Haven: Yale. The Lewis and Clark Expedition began inwhen President Thomas Jefferson tasked Meriwether Lewis with exploring lands west of the Missing: Herbarium.The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition Follow @UNLGreatPlains The project, under the editorial direction of Gary E.

Moulton (left), Thomas C. Sorensen Emeritus Professor of American History and former Associate Director of the Center for Great Plains Studies at UNL, was sponsored by the Center from its inception in until its.