Late Eighteenth Century Vegetation of Central and Western New York State on the Basis of Original Land Survey Records
University of the State of New York, State Education Department, New York State Museum, Biological Survey, 1992 - Botany - 53 pages
Vegetation of the central finger lakes region of New York in the 1790s. Forests of the Holland Land Company in west New York, circa 1798.
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Forests of the Holland Land Company in Western New York circa 1798 Franz K Seischab
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