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Harvard University Herbaria
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Royal Ontario Museum
Flora Europeae
International Plant Names Index
The Botanist Index
Kew Record of Taxonomic Literature


Literature

Allan, M. (1967). The Hookers of Kew. London: Michael Joseph Ltd.

Anonymous, (1864). Botanical News. Journal of Botany p. 62-64, 96.

Anonymous, (1879). Botanical News. Journal of Botany p. 96

Bayne, T., 1891. Bonar, Horatius in Dictionary of National Biography Supplement, Vol. 1 (S. Lee, ed.), Smith, Elder, & Co., London. [p. 231-232]

Boivin, (1980). Survey of Canadian herbaria. Provancherid 10.

Boulger, G.S., 1900. Woods, Joseph in Dictionary of National Biography Vol. 62 (S. Lee, ed.), Smith, Elder & Co., London. [p. 409]

Desmond, R., (1977). Dictionary of British and Irish Botanists and Horticulturists. Taylor & Francis Ltd., London. [p. 654]

Jackson, B.D., (1901). A list of the collectors whose plants are in the herbarium of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Kew Bulletin 190:1-80.

Nicholson, A., (1891). Hewitson, William Chapman in Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. 26 (S. Lee, L. Stephen, eds.) Smith, Elder & Co., London. [p. 307-308]

Polunin, N. (1936). A botanical scrapbook. Rhodora 38(456):409-413.

Pringle, J. S. (1995). The history of the exploration of the vascular flora of Canada. Canadian Field Naturalist 109 (3): 291-356.

Ray, D. (1999). Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker Traveller and Plant Collector. England: Antique Collectors' Club Ltd.

Stafleu, F. A. & R. S. Cowan. from 1976. Taxonomic Literature II Regnum Vegetabile 94 et seq.

Turrill, W.B. (1963). Joseph Dalton Hooker Botanist, Explorer, and Administrator. London: Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd.

Woodward, B.B., (1900). White, Adam in Dictionary of National Biography Vol. 61 (S. Lee, ed.), Smith, Elder & Co., London. [p.31]


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This site is the product of a Research Opportunity Program 299Y Project carried out by T.Kovinthan and M.Tse in the Department of Botany of the University of Toronto during the 2001-2002 academic year. The work was done in the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Biology of the Royal Ontario Museum under the supervision of T.A. Dickinson, curator of the ROM Green Plant Herbarium (TRT). The Adam White scrapbooks are part of the Greem Plant Herbarium's collection of Victorian and later scrapbook herbaria.

Text © T.Kovinthan, M.Tse, Images © 2001 Royal Ontario Museum
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