Catalog Record: How to know the wild flowers : a guide to the names, haunts, and habits of our common wild flowers | Hathi Trust Digital Library


How to know the wild flowers : a guide to the names, haunts, and habits of our common wild flowers / by Mrs. William Starr Dana [i.e. F. T. S. D. Parsons] ; illustrated by Marion Satterlee and Elsie Louise Shaw ...

Main Author: Parsons, Frances Theodora, 1861-1952.
Related Names: Shaw, Elsie Louise , ill., Satterlee, Marion illus , ill.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1913, c1900.
Edition: New ed.,
Subjects: Wild flowers > Northeastern States > Identification.
Botany > United States.
Note: Includes indices of Latin and English names, and index of technical terms.
With 158 full-page plates.
Publisher's ads [6] p. at end, not accounted for in collation.
Physical Description: xxix, 346 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm.
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