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The later extinct floras of North America; a posthumous work. edited by A. Hollick.
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(John Strong), Hollick, Charles Arthur, edAuthor: John S Newberry. The Later Extinct Floras of North America, Volume 35 [John. Strong Newberry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. quarto. Binding: Blindstamped dark green cloth, gilt titles on spine. Numerous duotone full-page plates : Strong Newberry, John.
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A Posthumous Work, Edited by Arthur Hollick. by John Strong Newberry. The Later Extinct Floras of North America. A Posthumous Work, Edited by Arthur Hollick. by John Strong Newberry (pp. THE LATER EXTINCT FLORAS OF NORTH AMERICA BY JOHN STRONG NEWBERRY A POSTHUMOUS WORK EDITED BY ARTHUR HOLLICK Volume XXXV of the Monographs of the United States Geological Survey.
The later extinct floras of North America; a posthumous work. edited by A. Hollick. book NEWBERRY, JOHN STRONG (/12//12/07); ARTHUR HOLLICK (/02//03/11). The Later Extinct Floras of North America.' - In the preface Dr. Hollick explains the conditions under which this posthumous work of Professor Newberry's was prepared for the press.
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