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Botany for Young People and Common Schools : How Plants Grow, A Simple Introduction to Sturctural Botany : With a Popular Flora; Or, An Arrangement and Description of Common Plants, Both Wild and Cultivated : Illustrated by 500 Wood Engravings

By Gray, Asa

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Title: Botany for Young People and Common Schools : How Plants Grow, A Simple Introduction to Sturctural Botany : With a Popular Flora; Or, An Arrangement and Description of Common Plants, Both Wild and Cultivated : Illustrated by 500 Wood Engravings  
Author: Gray, Asa
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Language: English
Subject: Botany, Plants, Natural science
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1858
Publisher: New York; Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor

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1810-1888, G. A. (1858). Botany for Young People and Common Schools : How Plants Grow, A Simple Introduction to Sturctural Botany : With a Popular Flora; Or, An Arrangement and Description of Common Plants, Both Wild and Cultivated : Illustrated by 500 Wood Engravings. Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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