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John James Audubon - Named Jean Rabine at birth.
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Mark Catesby Carolina Parakeet (Extinct) The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, 1731-1743, Two volumes.
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Alexander Wilson (1766-1813) Portrait by Rembrandt Peal American ornithology, Vol. 1 - 1808 - Vol. 8 - 1814 "I dare say you will smile at my presumption when I tell you that I have seriously begun to make a collection of drawings of the birds to be found in Pennsylvania, or that occasionally pass through it: twenty-eight, as a beginning, I send for your opinion." --Alexander Wilson, in a letter to William Bartram, naturalist, July, 1805
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His nine-volume work, American Ornithology published in 1808-1814, illustrated 268 species, including descriptions of 26 new species. Vol. 3, Plate 2 Western (Louisiana) Tanager Alexander Wilson American Ornithologist (1766 -1813) Clark’s (Crow) Nutcracker Lewis’ Woodpecker
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Mill Grove, Pennsylvania
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Whooping Crane Grus americana
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Chuck-will’s -widow Northern
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Rev. John Bachman 1790-1874
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Unformatted text preview: Rector for St. John’s Lutheran Church in Charleston, South Carolina Bachman’s Warbler - 1835 Vermivora bachmani Background - Maria Martin, Bachman’s second wife. Franklinia - Franklinia altamaha Extinct Species Passenger Pigeon Carolina Parakeet Ivory-billed Woodpecker ( Campephilus principalis ) John James Audubon Oakley House Plantation A Japanese Portrait showing Audubon, finding two hundred of his Bird Drawings Destroyed by Rats stored in Henderson, Kentucky. 1878 - Woodcut Robert Havell 1793 - 1878 Born in Reading, England, Robert Havell earned a distinguished reputation for his engraving of all but the first 10 plates of John James Audubon's Birds of America . He first visited Audubon in 1839 in New York City and traveled and sketched the countryside. His travel-weary wife established a house for the family in Ossining on the Hudson River, and he later moved to Tarrytown, living there Birdwatchers on Pennsylvania’s Blue Mountain...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course LA 1203 taught by Professor Fryling during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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