==Images==
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File:2147.jpg|'''William Bartram''' (illustrator), Tanner (engraver), ''Cornus Florida L.'', n.d.
File:2151.jpg|'''William Bartram''', ''Dionaea muscipula'', n.d., engraving.
Image:0056.jpg|[[John Bartram|John]] or '''William Bartram''', ''A Draught of John Bartram’s House and Garden as it appears from the River'', 1758.
Image:2078.jpg|James Trenchard after '''William Bartram''', ''Franklinia alatamaha'', c. 1786.
File:2148.jpg|'''William Bartram''', ''Arethusa divaricata'', 1796.
File:2150.jpg|'''William Bartram''', ''An Aquatic Plant'' [Brasenia purpurea (Mich) Casp.], ca. 1800.
File:2149.jpg|'''William Bartram''', ''Rhododendron punctatum'', 1801.
Image:1746.jpg|'''William Bartram''', Plan of a “plantation” (or “villa”) of a Creek Indian chief, in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society'' 3, part 1 (1853): 38, fig. 1.
Image:1749.jpg|'''William Bartram''', “Plan of the Ancient Chunky-Yard,” in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society'' 3, part 1 (1853): 52, fig. 2.
Image:1747.jpg|'''William Bartram''', “Arrangement of the Chunky-Yard, Public Square, and Rotunda of the ''modern'' Creek towns,” in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society'' 3, part 1 (1853): 54, fig. 3.
Image:1748.jpg|'''William Bartram''', Plan of a Cherokee Private “Habitation,” in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society'' 3, part 1 (1853): 56, fig. 5.
Image:1815.jpg|'''William Bartram''', A Great Mound and its Avenues, at Mount Royal, near Lake George, Georgia, in “Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians” (1789), from ''Transactions of the American Ethnological Society'' 3, part 1 (1853): 57, fig. 6.
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