The Contented Botanist: Letters of W.H. Harvey About Australia and the Pacific (Miegunyah Press Series) ePub download
by Harvard University Gray Herbarium,Kew Library Royal Botanic Gardens,Sophie C. Ducker,William H. Harvey
- ISBN: 0522843417
- ISBN13: 978-0522843415
- ePub: 1722 kb | FB2: 1737 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: Melbourne Univ Pr (April 1, 1989)
- Pages: 413
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 387
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WILLIAM Henry Harvey (1811-1866) was born into an Irish Quaker family .
WILLIAM Henry Harvey (1811-1866) was born into an Irish Quaker family and received no formal education after leaving school at 16, yet he became a professor at Trinity College Dublin, a fellow of the Royal Society and one of the country’s foremost botanists. Ducker sums up his life: ‘Why the contented botanist? He was indeed a fortunate and lucky man: he was able to do exactly what he wished and fulfil his ambition, and his ambitions were within his creative and intellectual potential.
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Harvard University Herbaria are known worldwide for the rich collections of type specimens that have been . The arrival of naturalist Louis Agassiz at Harvard in 1846 and the publication of Asa Gray's Manual of Botany in 1848 influenced Thoreau's interest in botany.
Harvard University Herbaria are known worldwide for the rich collections of type specimens that have been collected and curated by Harvard botanists since the establishment of a University Herbarium in 1864 under the supervision of Asa Gray. Documentation associated with the collections, including field notes, diaries, correspondence, maps, and photographs, are preserved in the well-curated Herbaria archives.