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      • Arboretum et fruticetum Britannicum : or, The trees and shrubs of Britain 

        Contributor:Loudon, J. C., (John Claudius), 1783-1843
        Date Issued:1838
        "Native and foreign, hardy and half-hardy, pictorially and botanically delineated, and scientifically and popularly described : with their propagation, culture, management, and uses in the arts, in useful and ornamental ...
      • Pinetum Woburnense : or, A catalogue of coniferous plants, in the collection of the Duke of Bedford, at Woburn Abbey; systematically arranged 

        Contributor:Forbes, James, 1773-1861
        Date Issued:1839
        With an introduction by the Duke of Bedford. In the arrangement of the species in the present Catalogue, an attempt has been made to group these kinds together that appeared to bear the greatest resemblance to each other ...
      • Johnson's California, also Utah, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona 

        Contributor:Johnson, A. J. (Alivin, Jewett), 1827-1884
        Date Issued:1864
      • Territory of Arizona 

        Contributor:Strum, G. P. (Gustave P.); United States. General Land Office
        Date Issued:1879
      • Territory of New Mexico 

        Contributor:Roeser, C. (Charles); United States. General Land Office
        Date Issued:1882
        Shows land grants, military and Indian reservations, and rail road limits.
      • Territory of Utah 

        Contributor:Dinsmore, A. F.; United States. General Land Office
        Date Issued:1884
      • The silva of North America. Volume IV, Rosaceæ - Saxifragaceæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1893
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon and engraved by Philibert and Eugene Picart, under the ...
      • The silva of North America. Volume III, Anacardiaceæ - Leguminosæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1893
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon and engraved by Philibert and Eugene Picart, under the ...
      • The silva of North America. Volume V, Hamamelideæ - Sapotaceæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1893
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon and engraved by Philibert and Eugene Picart, under the ...
      • The silva of North America. Volume I, Magnoliaceӕ - Ilicineæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1894
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon and engraved by Philibert and Eugene Picart, under the ...
      • The silva of North America. Volume VI, Ebenaceæ - Polygonaceæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1894
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon.
      • The silva of North America. Volume II, Cyrillaceae - Sapindaceae 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1895
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon and engraved by Philibert and Eugene Picart, under the ...
      • The silva of North America. Volume VII, Lauraceæ - Juglandaceæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1895
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon.
      • The silva of North America. Volume VIII, Cupulferæ (Quercus) 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1895
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon.
      • The silva of North America. Volume IX, Cupuliferæ - Salicacæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1896
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon.
      • The silva of North America. Volume X, Liliaceæ - Coniferæ 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1896
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon.
      • The silva of North America. Volume XI, Coniferæ (Pinus) 

        Contributor:Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927Faxon, Charles Edward, 1846-1918;
        Date Issued:1897
        A description of the trees which grow naturally in North America, exclusive of Mexico. Illustrated with figures and analyses drawn from nature by Charles Edward Faxon.
      • Biographical sketch of James Bridger : mountaineer, trapper and guide 

        Contributor:Dodge, Grenville Mellen, 1831-1916.
        Date Issued:1905
      • Rocky Ford, Colorado, in the heart of the great Arkansas Valley 

        Contributor:Unknown
        Date Issued:1905
        Rocky Ford, Colorado, takes its name from the old "rocky ford" across the Arkansas river, located about three miles northwest of the present townsite, used in the early days by indian, scout, soldier and pioneer. Along ...
      • Topographic map of Colorado, 1913 

        Contributor:George, Russell D., 1866-
        Date Issued:1913
        Includes diagram showing relation of Colorado to International map of the world and insets of "Carson City district," "Vicinity of Leadville," "Part of city and county of Denver," and "Cripple Creek district."