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Louise Françoise Jacquinot after Pancrace Bessa, "Bartram's Oak (Quercus heterophilla)," 1841, hand-colored stipple engraving, plate 18 in F. Andrew Michaux [[François André Michaux|, The North American Sylva; Or, A Description of the Forest Trees of the United States, Canada, and North America...Translated from the French of F. Andrew Michaux...Illustrated by 122 Finely Colored Plates by Thomas Nuttall, trans. by Augustus L. Hillhouse, 6 vols (Philadelphia: J. Dobson, 1841), vol. 1, New York Public Library

Inscription: Bessa delt./F. Jacquinot sc./Bartram's Oak (Quercus heterophilla)

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21:20, November 28, 2015Thumbnail for version as of 21:20, November 28, 2015506 × 760 (46 KB)R-Asleson (talk | contribs)Louise Françoise Jacquinot after Pancrace Bessa, "Bartram's Oak (Quercus heterophilla)," 1841, hand-colored stipple engraving, plate 18 from François André Michaux, ''North American Sylva; or, A description of the forest trees of the United States, ...

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