3 edition of David Douglas, botanist at Hawaii. found in the catalog.
David Douglas, botanist at Hawaii.
William Frederick Wilson
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 82-83.
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David Douglas grew up in Scotland, the son of a stonemason, and studied botany in Glasgow with the great naturalist and fern expert William Jackson Hooker. In , at the age of 24, he sailed with Hooker to the Pacific Northwest, where he spent 10 years collecting and keeping a journal and naming countless species (most notably the Douglas fir). T his film portrait of Douglas—an environmentalist before his time—encourages today’s audience to explore the natural world and to better appreciate how one person’s efforts can make a difference.. In this tale of adventure and discovery, Finding David Douglas captures the compelling story of David Douglas’s remarkable life. The multi-national production team follows the intrepid.
Hidden off the beaten path on the slopes of Mauna Kea, the dormant Hawaiian volcano, there’s a rough stone spire that marks the spot where the famed botanist David Douglas is said to have died. Discover our full range of books, gifts, toys, stationery and audiobooks at Buy online with Free UK Delivery on Orders Over £
Oregonians will join Scottish, English and Hawaii botanists in placing a plaque on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at the location where David Douglas died on the Big Island years ago. The David Douglas Memorial At the south western end of Scone the A94 from Perth crosses the Annaty Burn before gently climbing through the village. Just beyond the bridge over the burn as you head into the village a road on the left leads to Scone Old Church, whose churchyard is home to the imposing David Douglas Memorial.
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Hidden off the beaten path on the slopes of Mauna Kea, the dormant Hawaiian volcano, there’s a Author: Eric Grundhauser. David Douglas (25 June – 12 July ) botanist at Hawaii.
book a Scottish botanist. He worked as a gardener, and explored the Scottish Highlands, North America, and Hawaii, where he died. The son of John Douglas, a stonemason, and Jean Drummond, he was born in the village of Scone, north-east of Perth, Scotland.
Careful search of old records and newspapers by the writer in Hawaii, San Francisco, and Sacramento failed to give any clue as to his identity; but through Mr. John Forsyth, former Provincial Archivist, I was able finally to secure a sketch of his career from William F.
Wilson, of Honolulu, author of a pamphlet entitled “David Douglas Botanist at Hawaii” (). InDavid Douglas, a respected Scottish botanist, was found dead in a pit dug to trap wild bullocks at Kaluakauka, in the ahupua'a (land division) of Laupahoehoe.
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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Author: Anonymous. DOUGLAS, DAVID, scientist; b. 25 June in Scone, Scotland, son of John Douglas, stonemason, and Jean Drummond; d.
unmarried 12 July near Laupahoehoe, Hawaii. David Douglas acquired his early education tramping the woods and fishing trout streams while skipping his classes at the parish school of Kinnoull, on the outskirts of Perth.
David Douglas () PDF. David Douglas is one of the best-known botanists in Oregon history, primarily because of the tree that bears the common name Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii, once Pinus douglasii), the Oregon state tree.
From humble beginnings and through fortunate circumstance, he became a highly regarded collector of Pacific Northwest plants and animals, which he sent to the. David Douglas (25 June – 12 July ) was a Scottish botanist, best known as the namesake of the Douglas-fir.
He worked as a gardener, and explored the Scottish Highlands, North America, and Hawaii, where he died/5. Buy David Douglas, Botanist At Hawaii by Anonymous (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. David Douglas was an adventurous traveller and inveterate botanical collector. He wasn't named after a tree; it was the other way round. Oor Davie was the character for whom the Douglas Fir and the primrose genus ‘Douglasia’ were named and he became a famous naturalist and botanist on the North America Continent and in Hawaii.
Buy David Douglas, Botanist at Hawaii by Anonymous (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The common name honors David Douglas, a Scottish botanist and collector who first reported the extraordinary nature and potential of the species.
The gardens include the famous David Douglas Pinetum plus a star-shaped maze. The species name lambertiana was given by the British botanist David Douglas, who named the tree in honour of the English botanist, Aylmer Bourke Lambert.
explain. From Life in Hawaii (), by Titus Coan.1 HIGH ON THE SLOPES OF MAUNA KEA, in the ahupua'a (land section) of Laupahoehoe, lies Kaluakauka, or the Doctor's Pit. It was near here that David Douglas, famous Scottish botanist, met his death in A. Nisbet discusses his book Sunday at the Seattle Central Library and Monday at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park.
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David Douglas. By latein poor health after spending a winter in the chilly regions of the Fraser River in British Columbia, and troubled as he had been for years by poor eyesight, Douglas decided it was time to return home, and wanted to go by way.David Douglas: explorer and botanist.
[Ann Lindsay Mitchell; Syd House] Disaster on the Fraser River -- Ch. Hawaii, Volcanoes and the Final Adventure -- Ch. The Man and his Achievements -- Appendix 1. of David Douglas -- Appendix 3. Plants Discovered, Introduced or Named by David Douglas -- Appendix 4.
The David Douglas Trail.