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0000 0000 5455 8641
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Eaton, Amos
Dates: 
1776-1842
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Albany County Agricultural Society (N.Y.)
Beck, Theodoric Romeyn (1791-1855))
Eaton, Amos (1776-1842))
James Madison Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Rives, William Cabell (1850-1938)
Van Rensselaer, Stephen (1764-1839)
Wright, John (1811-1846)
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art without science
botanical exercises
Chemical instructor presenting a familiar method of teaching the chemical principles and operations of the most practical utility to farmers, mechanics, housekeepers and physicians; and most interesting to clergymen and lawyers. Intended for schools and the popular class-room
directions for surveying and engineering
Eaton's Botanical grammar and dictionary, modernized down to 1836
elementary treatise on botany
Elements of botany for beginners and for schools
Field, forest, and garden botany
Geological and agricultural survey of the district adjoining the erie canal, in the state of new york taken under the direction of the hon. stephen van rensselaer
geological nomenclature of north america
Geological text-book, for aiding the study of North American geology being a systematic arrangement of facts collected by the author and his pupils
Geological text-book prepared for popular lectures on North American Geology; with applications to agriculture and the arts
history of rensselaer polytechnic institute
Index to the geology of the northern states with transverse sections, extending from susquehanna river to the atlantic, crossing catskill mountains. to which is prefixed a geological grammar
Manual of botany for the northern and middle states
North American botany comprising the native and common cultivated plants, north of Mexico. Genera arranged according to the artificial and natural methods
one hundred and one botanists
philosophical instructor
This colour'd map exhibits a general view of the economical geology of New York and part of the adjoining states
To the gentlemen residing in the vicinity of the Erie Canal.
Witt Clinton & Amos Eaton :geology and power in early New York, De
zoological syllabus and notebook
Zoological text-book comprising Cuvier's four grand divisions of animals : also, Shaw's improved Linnean genera, arranged according to the classes and orders of Cuvier and Latreille : short descriptions of some of the most common species are given for the student's exercises
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