RefNo64/2011
TitleThe Story of South Yorkshire Botany and the Flora Sheffieldiensis of Jonathan Salt
AuthorColes, Graeme L
DescriptionContents include:
Transcript of "Flora Sheffieldiensis" of Jonathan Salt from the Bagshawe Collection. Reference Bag C 3363/55
Introduction
The Early Records: Gerard and Stonehouse to John Ray
De la Pryme and the Pines of Thorne and Hatfield Moors
The Eighteenth Century: the legacy of Ray and a new beginning
Jonathan Salt and the First Sheffield Flora
The Sheffield Literary and Philosophical Society and the Sheffield Botanical Society
The Stovin Herbarium
The "Old" Botanist's Guide
From Miller to Hunter: the first published South Yorkshire plant lists
Larrett Langley and the First Rotherham Flora
William Casson of Thorne
The 1830s: Nicholson, Appleby, Bohler, Holland and others
Henry Baines and the First of the Major Published Floras
Moore's Doncaster Records
Lankester's Askern Records
Other Botanists of the 1840s
More Doncaster Plant Lists: Charles William Hatfield
Baker and his Supplement to the Baines' Flora
Payne and Smith and the First Barnsley Flora
The Flora of Miall and Carrington
Other Botanists of the 1860s
The Barnsley Naturalist's Society and its Botanists
The Goole Scientific Society and Thomas Birks
Birks and Brittain and new Floras of Sheffield and Rotherham
Frederic Arnold Lees and his Work
Lees' Correspondents and Conributors
In the Shadow of Lees
The Doncaster Societies from Appleby to Corbett
Botany in Sheffield in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries
Gains and Losses with Local Government Boundary Changes
The Rotherham Naturalists' Society
The Start of the Modern Era of Botanical Recording
Doncaster and Rotherham Botanist from the 1940s to the 1960s
Post-war Developments
Conclusions
Acknowledgements
Acknowledgements for Illustrations
Bibliography
Flora Sheffieldiensis
Index
Date2011
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