Box 16, Folder 2: Grasses and Plants of Illinois 1856

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[State of Wisconsin Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Madison Letterhead]. [1856?]

Jr. Am. Ph. Soc. Vol. 12 p 179

[List of Plants].

Pacific RR Rep't & vol. 12 pt 2 p 48

[List of Plants].

Collected E. of Rocky Mts. between May 10 & Aug. 10-west of the Missouri

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Pac. RR Survey Vol 12 part 2 p 70 [List of Plants].

Georgia Whites Statistics of Ga. 1849 Appendix [Catalogue of Plants].

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Grass Hats in Equator
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Grass Hats in Equator

[Guayaguil?] Hats are made of a kind of grass, growing only in Equador-its exportation is prohibited. Cost from 3 or 4 to 50 dollars-

Made also at Piura.

Fine hats can only be worked upon in a particular state of the atmosphere-a few hours each day-straw selected & prepared with great care. One hat occupies months! W.M. Wood, Wandering Sketches (Pha. 1849) p 140

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Subjects of Inquiry: Time of Planting or Sowing
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Subjects of Inquiry: Time of Planting or Sowing

Subjects of Inquiry Begin & End of foddery time duration, for cattle-sheep.-

Time of planting or sowery Wheat Harvesting Corn Oats Barley Rye Broom Corn. Timothy Red Top Other grasses. Orchard grass

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Zacate Blanco
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Zacate Blanco

383 ([G?])

"Lacate blanco" or White Grass

Found in Nov. at first declined to encamp for want of grass, but found the "white leaves" plant an excellent grass. Grown abundantly in that locality only so far as observed by May S.?

Devil's Run, at the Old Beaver Dam—Texas May. Smith.—

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