2 edition of Allison Armour and the Utowana found in the catalog.
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United States Department of Agriculture. While no records have been found indicating where Utowana served before arriving on the French coast early in 1918, she operated briefly at and perhaps for a short period at in the.
The ants of the Canary Islands. They believed in cultural exchange not economic exploitation. Plants collected in Bermuda, Porto Rico, St. United States Department of Agriculture. Two of these trips were on board the Utowana and were part of larger expeditions that David Fairchild undertook to the West Indies, Central America and the Guianas between Allison Armour and the Utowana 1931 and April 1933.
Archives of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Miami, FL, United States. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the ; all unstructured text is available under the ; additional terms may apply. The contributions of William T. The New York Times June 17, 1917. Fairchild Tropical Garden, Miami, FL. United States Department of Agriculture. Specimens of the plants I have found from four different locations on Grand Cayman all key out to P.
Flora of the Bahama archipelago. Following the armistice, she probably continued her salvage work. It was such a pleasure to see her work in person. The horticultural transformation of America.
Viaje a las Islas Canarias.
Plant collections and research outcomes.
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