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Regardfully Yours: Selected Correspondence of Ferdinand von Mueller, Volume III: 1876-1896

Biography / Memoir
Edited By: RW Home, AM Lucas, Sara Maroske, DM Sinkora and JH Voigt
909 pages, 21 illus
Regardfully Yours: Selected Correspondence of Ferdinand von Mueller, Volume III: 1876-1896
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  • Regardfully Yours: Selected Correspondence of Ferdinand von Mueller, Volume III: 1876-1896 ISBN: 9783906757100 Hardback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This is the third and final volume of Mueller's selected correspondence. It covers the last two decades of his life - his most productive period from a scientific point of view - including his work as Government Botanist of Victoria; his multifarious contributions to taxonomy, biogeography and economic botany; his engagement with the exploration of inland Australia, New Guinea and Antarctica; his manifold links with international science; and his evolving personal circumstances as one of the leading citizens of his adopted country. This volume contains a substantial historical introduction, and a further extension of the editorial apparatus developed in previous volumes.

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Biography / Memoir
Edited By: RW Home, AM Lucas, Sara Maroske, DM Sinkora and JH Voigt
909 pages, 21 illus
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