Charles Lucien Jules Laurent Bonaparte letters, 1825-1857 1825-1857

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Charles Lucien Jules Laurent Bonaparte letters, 1825-1857, 1825-1857

Charles Lucien Jules Laurent Bonaparte letters, 1825-1857 1825-1857

The primary correspondence (ca. 65 letters) is with William Cooper (1798-1864) on Bonaparte's publications, especially "American Ornithology" and "Observations on the Nomenclature of Wilson's Ornithology," but also included are many references to American and European men of science and learned societies. There are also letters to Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, George Robert Gray, Titian Ramsay Peale, and Wilhelm P. S. Rüppell.

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