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Revision as of 14:50, September 1, 2015

David Hosack (1769-1835) was a physician, botanist, educator, and cultural leader who developed the Elgin Garden in New York city and an ambitious private garden at his country house, Hyde Park.

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Fig. X, John Trumbull, Niagara Falls, from Two Miles Below Chippawa, 1808, oil on canvas, New-York Historical Society, Gift of Alexander Eddy Hosack

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