REVIEW OF OUR PRESENT KNOWLEDGE OF THE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF MICHIGAN

By: Walker, Bryant

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Read before the Michigan Academy of Science, December 27, 1894. "Barring a few scattering descriptions by European naturalists of such species as were brought home by the early travellers in this country, the history of North American conchology may be said to have begun where Thomas Say, in 1817, wrote the article on "Conchology" for the first American edition of Nicholson's Encyclopedia of Arts and Sciences." 27 pp. Includes Catalogue of the Mollusca of Michigan, Notes and Literature. Mildly soiled covers. Faint stamp "W. A. Bryan" on front cover. Otherwise covers are Very Good. Interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. Dr. Bryant Walker of Detroit was one of the leading malacologists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries

Title: REVIEW OF OUR PRESENT KNOWLEDGE OF THE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF MICHIGAN

Author Name: Walker, Bryant

Illustrator: Tables

Categories: Famous Americans, Fauna/Mammals, Natural History, Michigan, Academy of Sciences, Science Magazines/Journals,

Publisher: 1894

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition: Very Good-

Type: Michigan

Size: Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 1/4"

Seller ID: 004230

Keywords: Conchology, Mollusca, Michigan, Michigan Academy of Science,