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Reviews of Plants of Williamsburg: How to Identify 200 of Colonial America's Flowers, Herbs, and Trees

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Author (1): Joan Parry Dutton
Author (2): Marion Ruff Sheehan

Softcopy edition:
Publish date: June 1979
Published by: The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
List price: $12.95
ISBN Number: 0879350423

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Soft-cover

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Positive melody On Nov 17, 2008, melody wrote:

A nice little field guide about plants that the settlers of Colonial Williamsburg may have encountered or possibly brought with them.

It covers everything from trees and shrubs to weeds, herbs and wildflowers. Although there are no photographs, very good color illustrations are quite accurate.

Not only is this a good historical guide for the immediate area of Williamsburg, but excellent for those all along the Atlantic coast and the southeast US.


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