Women in the Field: America's Pioneering Women Naturalists

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Texas A & M University Press, Jan 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 299 pages
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Includes a section on Maria Martin, a young woman from Charleston, who married Audubon's youngest son, John Woodhouse, and who "assisted in the artwork for volumes 2 and 4 of [Audubon's] The birds of America and acted as Bachman's amaneunsis during his collaboration with Audubon on The quadrupeds of North America."--p. 9.

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Women in the field: America's pioneering women naturalists

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The 25 women profiled in this composite biography lived from the 18th to the mid-20th centuries and carried out important field studies of animals or plants in the United States and/or Central and ... Read full review

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This book should be read by all young people in science...we only get to hear how the boys contributed to building science. Yay for all these women!! Read full review

Contents

Jane Colden Colonial Botanist
5
The Naturalists
15
Martha Maxwell Colorado Naturalist
30
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