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0000 0001 1038 6718
Name: 
Britton, N. L.
Britton, Nathaniel L.
Britton, Nathaniel Lord
Dates: 
1859-1934
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Brown, Addison (1830-1913))
Gleason, Henry Allan (1882-1975))
Millspaugh, Charles Frederick (1854-1923))
New York Botanical Garden
Rose, J. N. (1862-1928)
Rose, Joseph Nelson (1862-1928)
Rose, Joseph Nelson (1862-1928))
Seaver, Fred Jay (1877-1970)
Shafer, John Adolph (1863-1918))
Torrey Botanical Club
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Addresses delivered before the North Side Board of Trade
Addresses of Honorable John E. Eustis, William T. Hornaday, Dr. N. L. Britton
Amaranth to polypremum
Amaranthaceae to loganiaceae
Bahama flora, The
Botanical gardens
Botany of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
Cactaceae : descriptions and illustrations of plants of the cactus family
Catalogue of plants found in New Jersey
enumeration of the plants collected by Dr. Thomas Morong in Paraguay, 1888-1890, An
exploraciones botánicas de Cuba, 1918:, Las
Ferns to buckwheat
Flora of Bermuda
flora of Richmond County, New York., The
género Rynchospora Vahl, en Cuba, EL
Gentian to thistle
Gentianaceae to compositae
genus epiphyllum and its allies, The
genus Ernodea:, The
hemlock grove on the banks of the Bronx River and what it signifies, The
History of the survey
Lenophyllum, a new genus of Crassulaceae
Manual of the flora of the northern states and Canada
Miscellaneous papers
Neoabbottia. A new cactus genus from Hispaniola...
New or noteworthy North American Crassulaceae
North American Trees being descriptions and illustrations of the trees growing independently of cultivation in North America, north of Mexico and the West Indies
On Pisonia obtusata and its allies
Ophioglossaceae to polygonaceae
Preliminary catalogue of Anthophyta and Pterophyta reported as growing spontaneously within one hundred miles of New York city
Rhipsalis in the West Indies
Scientific Alliance of New York..., The
sedges of Jamaica, The
Studies in Cactaceae.
Studies of West Indian plants--II
taxonomic aspects of the species question, The
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