The botanical works of the late George Engelmann collected for Henry Shaw by George Engelmann

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Statementedited by William Trelease and Asa Gray
SeriesLandmarks II, monographs
ContributionsShaw, Henry, 1857-1945, Trelease, William, 1857-1945, Gray, Asa, 1810-1888
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination548 p., [103] leaves of plates
Number of Pages548
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Open LibraryOL15211854M

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File:The botanical works of the late George Engelmann, collected for Henry Shaw, esq () ().jpg. Title Page Blank Illustration Blank Page [i] George Engelmann, (born Feb.

2,Frankfurt am Main—died Feb. 4,St. Louis, Mo., U.S.), U.S. botanist, physician, and meteorologist who is known primarily for his botanical monographs, especially one on the cactus and also A Monography of North American Cuscutinae ().

Engelmann studied at the universities of Heidelberg and Berlin and received his M.D. degree from the. George Engelmann, also known as Georg Engelmann, (2 February 4 February ) was a German-American botanist. He was instrumental in describing the flora of the west of North America, then very poorly known; he was particularly active in the Rocky Mountains and northern Mexico, one of his constant companions being another German-American, the botanical illustrator Paulus Roetter/5.

George Engelmann, also known as Georg Engelmann, (2 February – 4 February ) was a German-American was instrumental in describing the flora of the west of North America, then very poorly known; he was particularly active in the Rocky Mountains and northern Mexico, one of his constant companions being another German-American, the botanical illustrator Paulus RoetterBorn: 2 FebruaryFrankfurt am Main.

The botanical works of the late George Engelmann, collected for Henry Shaw, esq. Wilson and Son, Cambridge (MA). Póstumo; Meteorología. Fall of Rain in St. Louis During Twenty Three Years - to En: Trans.

of the Academy of Science of St. Louis 2 (1),pp. The botanical works of the late George Engelmann, collected for Henry Shaw, esq. Wilson and Son, Cambridge (MA). Meteorology and Geography Transactions of the Academy of Science of St.

Louis. Meteorological Table forMade from Observations in St. Louis. George Engelmann, a German-American physician and botanist, was born Feb. 2, (that was just 10 days before Charles Darwin–and Abraham Lincoln).

Engelmann set up practice in St. Louis, and did quite well at it, so that he could indulge his other great interest, which was botany. The most important of his papers were on Cuscutinæ, Cacteæ, Coniferæ, American oaks and grape vines.

They together with all his other writings, hardly less important, have been collected and published, illustrated by many plates, as ‘The Botanical Works of the Late George Engelmann’ (ed. by W. Trelease and Asa Gray, Cambridge, Mass., ).

His large plant collection, library, notes, and drawings are in the Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis. Some of his more important papers were collected in Botanical Works of the Late George Engelmann ().

Three plant genera and a number of species bear his name. Engelmann also helped establish the St. Louis Academy of Sciences. The BHL Field Notes Project is the third time George Engelmann’s collection has been accessed for scanning.

InMBG received a grant to complete a project called Digitizing Engelmann’s Legacy, and another in to digitize Engelmann’s correspondence. With this. Buy Paulus Roetter Sketchbook on Pines and Cactus by Engelmann George, Mueller Mrs S, Roetter Paulus online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 6 editions.

Title Page Text Page [iii] Page iv Page v Engelmann’s herbarium and papers were given to the Missouri Botanical Garden by his son after his death. The Collection. This collection covers the Correspondence series of the George Engelmann Papers.

It contains more than 5, letters from nearly of Engelmann's correspondents between the early s and his death in Siegfried Engelmann has books on Goodreads with ratings. Siegfried Engelmann’s most popular book is Teach Your Child to Read in Easy Lessons. in Science 3 ():and published a list of his scientific works in "Botanical Papers of George Engelmann," Botanical Gazette 9 (): A "Biographical Sketch" was included in William Trelease and Asa Gray, eds., The Botanical Wor\s of the Late George Engelmann Collected for Henry Shaw, Esq.

(Cambridge, Mass., ). George Engelmann is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with George Engelmann and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. Missouri Botanical Gardens Holdings of the Correspondence and documents of Engelmann.

Oscar Soule, "Dr. George Engelmann:The First Man of Cacti and a Complete Scientist" "Topics in North American Botany, A Symposium Commemorating George Engelmann" which includes the following two articles: George Engelmann, "Instructions for the Collection and. Papers: Throughout George Engelmann's life he maintained an active exchange of letters with correspondents in Europe and America in English, French, and German.

Among Engelmann's personal papers at the Missouri Botanical Garden archive, there are more than 5, letters addressed to Engelmann by almost different correspondents. This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.

Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Click here to skip the chart. Reset chart or continue zooming in.

This graph charts editions published on this subject. Works about Engelmann "Sketch of George Engelmann, M.D." in Popular Science Monthly, Biographical Memoir of George Engelmann (–), by Charles A. White (). "Engelmann, George," in Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography, New.

The artistic centerpiece for the garden is a bronze bust of Dr. George Engelmann, created by sculptor Paul Granlund as a tribute to the German native for his accomplishments and contributions to the Missouri Botanical Garden. Engelmann was a German physician who. The New York Botanical Garden has acres in The Bronx, and is a National Historic Landmark, along with the Missouri Botanical Garden and the recreation-only Boston Public Gardens.

Many botanical gardens produce journals of their research, but the New York Botanical Garden has its own press, producing journals and books. Geyer, Charles Andreas, Came to the U.S. in to collect botanical specimens. George Engelmann became his friend and benefactor.

Botanized on the Missouri plains. Traveled with Nicollet and Fremont to Iowa in In and he botanized from Missouri to Vancouver collect specimens. A similar project was undertaken at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St.

Louis, where the German botanist George Engelmann () had been adviser to the garden’s founder Henry Shaw. This site links not only to correspondence and other papers, but to herbarium specimens and printed references as well. tions with Dr. Engelmann or with the subject of his scientific work.

Engelmann was born in the old city of Frankfurt-on-the-Main, February 2,and died in St. Louis, Missouri, Feb-ruary 4,having just entered his 76th year. His father, *Four memoirs of Dr. Engelmann and numerous kindly notices of his. From an endangered species of prickly pear cactus to a daisy and even a snake, the name Lindheimer is tied to the nomenclature of Texas natives in nature.

The name originally belonged to Ferdinand Lindheimer, one of the Southwest's first serious Brand: Texas A&M University Press. He also served as a link between American and European botanical sciences. Gray regularly reviewed new European scientific works and was an early proponent of Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection.

Asa Gray was born in Sauquoit, New York, on Novemto Roxana Howard Gray and Moses Wiley Gray. The plants are arranged according to the Greek alphabet, so it was not an advance in the classification of plants, and Fuchs’s text drew on the botanical works of Hieronymus Bock and Conrad Gessner, but it was considered a milestone in the scientific approach to placing botany at the center of medical education and research.

William Engelmann William Engelmann in U.S. Social Security Death Index (SSDI) William Engelmann was born on May 11 William lived in Fort Lauderdale, FloridaUSA.

George Engelmann Society. You can become a member of the Dr. George Englemann Society by making a bequest to The Academy of Science of St. Louis. Englemann Society members are deeply committed to building brilliant minds for future generations–the doctors and leading scientists who will create a better tomorrow for us all.

In he published his first text-book, Elements of Botany, a work conspicuous for its clear and sound reasoning and original thought. It treats of the principles of morphology, histology and vegetable physiology, and prepared the way for the Botanical Text-Book.

Asa Gray's Copy of Eaton's Manual. specimens from George Engelmann in St. Louis, he led three expeditions of exploration and survey into the Oregon Territory. His explorations in led him to the Great Salt Lake area, about which not a great deal was known, and his reports of this expedition have been credited for giving the Mormons their first idea of settling in Utah.

Buy Teach Your Child to Read in Easy Lessons by Phyllis Haddox, Elaine Bruner, Siegfried Engelmann online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - .Engelmann, Theodor Wilhelm Born Nov.

14,in Leipzig; diedin Berlin. German naturalist. Engelmann attended the universities of Utrecht (Netherlands), Jena, Leipzig, Heidelberg, and Göttingen. He became a professor at the University of Utrecht in and at the University of Berlin in Engelmann’s main works dealt with the. On his way West, Pringle visited George Engelmann at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St.

Louis, and Engelmann then wrote to Sargent: “He [Pringle] has queer instructions from you! To get trunks of well grown trees 5 feet long, even if 2 or 3 feet diam.

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