A Flora of the State of New-York: Comprising Full Descriptions of All the Indigenous and Naturalized Plants Hitherto Discovered in the State : with Remarks on Their Economical an Medicinal Properties. 2
Comprising full descriptions of all the indigenous and naturalized plants hitherto discovered in the state: with remarks on their economical and medicinal properties.
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