2 edition of Canadian wild flowers. found in the catalog.
Canadian wild flowers.
|Statement||Painted and lithographed by Agnes Fitzgibbon, with botanical descriptions by C.P. Traill.|
|Contributions||Traill, Catherine Parr, 1802-1899.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Wildflowers Growing Across Zones. There are a number of species that flourish across one or even two vegetation zones. Examples include Wild Rose (Alberta's floral emblem), Indian Paintbrush, Rock Jasmine, Wild Strawberry, Fireweed, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Yellow Columbine, Heart-leaved Arnica, Fringed Grass-of-Parnassus, Yellow Hedysarum, Common Harebell, Spotted . Agnes Fitzgibbons painted by hand more than 5, flowers for her book Canadian Wild Flowers. (Barry Smith/CBC) Parr Trail kept a herbarium, where she pressed and dried different plant specimens.
Canadian Wild Flowers: Selections From The Writings Of Miss Helen M. Johnson Of Magog, P.q., Canada, With A Sketch Of Her Life by Helen Mar Johnson And John Muir Orrock Download Book (Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate sites, such as those sites. Wild flowers, Pictorial works, Botany, Wild flowers -- Canada, Wild flowers -- Canada -- Pictorial works, Botany -- Canada Publisher Almonte, Ont.: Algrove Pub. Collection biodiversity Digitizing sponsor Canadian Museum of Nature / Bibliothèque du Musée canadien de la nature Contributor.
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An absolutely gorgeous book. A hidden treasure of a resource on wildflowers native to Canada. The hand drawn illustrations are stunning and the information on the /5. Canadian Wild Flowers combined the talents of Canadian pioneer, author and accomplished amateur botanist Catharine Parr Traill and her niece Agnes Fitzgibbon, who took drawing and lithography lessons in preparation for the task.
Five hundred copies of the first edition of were printed by subscription, and sold for the hefty sum of $5 each. Canadian Wild Flowers by Helen M. Johnson (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.
This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a 1/5(1). In Novembera Montreal firm agreed to publish Canadian Wild Flowers with the proviso that Catharine and Agnes would personally supply the illustrations in addition to signing up subscribers, each of whom would pledge to purchase the book for the then jaw-dropping price of $5 each.
There were to be 10 illustrated full-page ( × 11 Author: Stephen Westcott-Gratton. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Traill, Catherine Parr Strickland, Canadian wild flowers.
Montreal: J. Lovell, - [Toronto]: [Coles Pub. Of Canadian Wild FLowers. Traill was born Catharine Parr Strickland in Rotherhithe insister to authors Agnes Strickland, Jane Margaret Strickland, Susanna Moodie, and Elisabeth Strickland.
She was the first of the sisters to commence writing. She began writing children’s books inafter the death of her father. Genre/Form: Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Traill, Catherine Parr Strickland, Canadian wild flowers.
[Toronto, Coles Pub. Canadian Wild Flowers, written by Catherine Parr Traill and illustrated by Agnes FitzGibbon, was a publication of William Briggs in Canadian Wild Flowers can be considered Canada’s first 4-colour, illustrated coffeetable book.
The four editions of Canadian Wild Flowers date back to, and A note attached to the front of the fourth, edition from the. InCanadian Wild Flowers was published, viewed as one of the first serious botanical works published in Canada, which included text by Catharine Parr Traill.
The book, very expensive for its time, was sold by subscription, largely through its author's own efforts; as an enterprising widow, she also worked as an illustrator to support her Born:Coburg, Ontario.
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Publisher: Montreal, John Lovell: Binding: Original green cloth with gilt titles and vignett. Condition: Some browning to paper edges & offsetting. Wear to cloth esp along edges. Canadian wild flowers. Related Titles. Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no.
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Johnson. Canadian Wild Flowers [Wildflowers] Paperback – January 1, by Catharine Parr Traill (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and /5(4).
North American Wild Flowers is a free public domain work covering thirty wildflowers found in North America.
Originally published under the title Canadian Wild Flowers, the author noted that the wildflowers mentioned have a much wider geographical range. The book is beautifully illustrated with paintings by Agnes Fitz Gibbon. These plates can be traced or printed in color and added to a notebook.
While Susanna was more concerned with the differences between rural and urban life, Catharine spent her years in Belleville writing about the natural environment. She often sketched the plant life of Upper Canada, publishing Canadian Wild Flowers (), Studies of Plant Life in Canada () and "Rambles in the Canadian Forest".
Wild Carrot. Wild Ginger. Wild Lettuce. Wild Mint. Wild Sarsaparilla. Wild Stonecrop. Wild Yellow Iris. Photo Credit: Norm Leckie (Ottawa area) Winter Aconite. Winter Cress. Wood Betony or Lousewort Photo Credit: Ruth Mann. Woodland Sunflower. Woundwort. Yarrow. Yellow Lady's Slipper (Small) Yellow Lady's Slipper.
Yellow Loosestrife. Yellow. Canadian wild flowers (1st ed., ) Title (Alternative) Canadian wild flowers / Painted and lithographed by Agnes Fitzgibbon ; with botanical descriptions by C.P.
Traill. Creator / Contributor. Chamberlin, Agnes, Traill, Catherine Parr, Dunn, Alice Mary, Hawtayne, Miss Strickland, Kate. Date Issued. Read "Canadian Wild Flowers" by Helen M.
Johnson available from Rakuten : Gutenberg. The Wildflowers of British Columbia, Canada Learn about the wildflowers of Canada's western most province, British Columbia.
From alpine meadows to lush river valley, BC's wildflowers paint the landscape with a rich palette of colors.Canadian Wild Flowers [Wildflowers] (2nd Cdn Edition) Place Published: Montreal Publisher: Printed and Published by John Lovell St.
Nicholas Street Date Published: Edition: 2nd Edition Binding: Hard Cover 2nd edition. Large folio ("x11"). (3), pp. 10 full-page colour plates of paintings of Canadian wild flowers (with tissue guards).Canadian Wildflowers: Traill, Catherine Parr, Agnes Fitzgibbon: Books - (4).