4 edition of Andre Michaux in Florida found in the catalog.
by University Press of Florida
Written in English
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About this time of year years ago, French botanist Andre Michaux was visiting in St. Augustine. King Louis XVI sent him to America in to look for trees to rebuild the forests of France. declared an Outstanding Florida Water by the State of Florida. In the realm of superlatives, Canaveral National Seashore is home to more Federally pro-tected species of plants and animals than any national park except Everglades, and it has the longest undeveloped stretch of oceanfront left along the east coast of Florida.
About the Author Walter Kingsley Taylor, professor emeritus of biology at the University of Central Florida, is the author of Florida Wildflowers in Their Natural Communities and André Michaux in Florida, An Eighteenth-Century Botanical Journey. Among the most impressive volumes were Mark Catesby’s Natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands ( [i.e., ], with .
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Beginning with a biographical sketch on the life of Andre Michaux, royal botanist for King Louis XVI of France, the authors retrace (using 16 maps) the exploratory routes he took in Florida and recount historical events occurring in Florida at the time. André Michaux in Florida book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Botanists, historians, and amateur naturalists alike will deligh. Andre Michaux () was one of the most extraordinary and dynamic individuals of early explorations in North America and the first trained botanist to explore extensively the wilderness east of the Mississippi River, including Spanish East Florida.
This first book-length account of Michaux's Andre Michaux in Florida book exploration combines his original Cited by: 5. The name Michaux often appears in the plant names of Florida, from the endangered yellow violets that grow wild in the panhandle to the Florida rosemary of the scrub.
Andre Michaux () was one of the most extraordinary and dynamic individuals of early explorations in North America and the first trained botanist to explore extensively the wilderness east of the Mississippi River. André Michaux in North America: Journals and Letters, – [Charlie Williams, André Michaux, Eliane M.
Norman, Eliane M. Norman, Walter K. Taylor and James E. McClellan]. Journals and letters, translated from the original French, bring Michaux’s.
Andre ́Michaux in Florida J Biography and Autobiography Andre ́Michaux in Florida Par:Walter Kingsley Taylor,Eliane Meyer Norman Publié le. André Michaux was a French explorer, silviculturist, and botanist. He is most noted for his study of North American flora.
André Michaux () was a French botanist and explorer most noted for his study of North American flora. Charlie Williams is retired librarian at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library in North Carolina.
He is chairman of the André Michaux International Society (AMIS). Eliane M. Norman is professor emerita of biology at Stetson University. She is coauthor of André Michaux in Florida: An 5/5(1).
The French botanist collected from Florida north to Hudson Bay and west to Missouri. One of the geographic gaps of our knowledge of Michaux’s plants has been filled with the publication by the University Press of Florida of the book Michaux in Florida by Walter Taylor and Eliane Norman.
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Journals and letters, translated from the original French, bring Michaux’s work to modern readers and scientists Known to today’s biologists primarily as the “Michx.” at the end of more than plant names, André Michaux was an.
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Charlie Williams is retired librarian at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library in North is chairman of the André Michaux International Society (AMIS). Eliane M. Norman is professor emerita of biology at Stetson is coauthor of André Michaux in Florida: An.
Michaux in the "city within a garden,"Charleston, and his horticultural introductions to the US. Ewan, Joseph. Classica Botanica Americana Vol. Andre Michaux. Flora Boreali-Americana.
New York: Hafner Press, Reprint, facsimile of the edition. Andre Michaux in Florida: An Eighteenth-century Botanical Journey: : Walter Kingsley Taylor, Eliane M. Norman: Libros en idiomas extranjeros.
André Michaux, French botanist who spent 12 years studying the plants of North America. From to Michaux travelled in England, Spain, and in the Auvergne region of south central France, studying the plants of these areas. In the French government sent him to Persia to collect plants.
Journals and letters, translated from the original French, bring Michaux’s work to modern readers and scientists Known to today’s biologists primarily as the “Michx.” at the end of more than plant names, André Michaux was an intrepid French naturalist. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Andre Michaux in Florida: An Eighteenth Century Botanical Journey by Eliane M.
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Andre ́Michaux in Florida: an eighteenth-century botanical journey in SearchWorks catalog. André Michaux in Florida: An Eighteenth Century Botanical Journey: Taylor, Walter Kingsley, Norman, Eliane M.: Books - Michaux was born in Satory, now part of Versailles, the death of his wife within a year of their marriage he took up the study of botany and was a student of Bernard de he spent time studying botany in England, and in he explored Auvergne, the Pyrenees and northern he was sent by the French government, as secretary to the French consul on a.In addition to the valuable information he recorded in his journals, Michaux wrote two books based on his American findings: The History of North American Oaks, published inand Flora Boreali Americana, published in after his death.
The French Revolution deprived Michaux of the financial support the royal government had provided him.