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By: Kevin Dann
272 pages, Illus, maps
Presents a natural history of the Lewis Creek watershed in Vermont's Champlain Valley, told largely through the lives and thought of three individuals, whose investigations brought them into close contact with the area: congregationalist minister and paleontologist John Perry (1825-1872), quaker farmer and artist Rowland Robinson (1833-1900), and another Quaker farmer and noted plant collector, Cyrus Pringle (1838-1911).
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