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Thomas S. Sinclair after John T. French, Prunus Americana," pl. 48 in Thomas Nuttall, The North American Sylva: or, A description of the Forest Trees of the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia, Not Described in the Work of F. Andrew Michaux, 3 vols. (Philadelphia: 1849), vol. 2.

Inscribed: John T. French del/T. Sinclair Lith. Phila./Prunus Americana./Wild Plum/Prunier L’Amerique

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