Tour of C. C. R. across the American continent [diary], 1906 June-October.
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Born in Haileybury, England in 1884, Colin Charles Robertson emigrated to South Africa as a young man. Trained at Yale University's School of Forestry from 1905 to 1907, he was employed as a professional forester for many years by the South African Department of Forestry. From the description of Photographs of scenes in Mexico, 1906. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122332635 From the description of Tour of C. C. R. across the American continent [diary], 1906 June-October. (Hu...
Cyrus G. Pringle (1838-1911) was an American botanist who spent his career cataloging the plants of North America, especially in Mexico. He was born on May 6, 1838 in East Charlotte, Vermont. He enrolled at the University of Vermont but had to leave after a semester when his older brother died, so he could run the farm. He did fight in the Civil War, but was discharged after a short time. He went back to the farm and continued his work as a plant breeder where experimented with crops such as cor...