A Forest Flora of Chota Nagpur Including Gangpur and the of a Description of All the Indigenous Trees, Shrubs and Climbers, the Principal Economic Herbs, and the Most Commonly Cultivated Trees and Shrubs Henry H Haines

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A Forest Flora of Chota Nagpur Including Gangpur and the of a Description of All the Indigenous Trees, Shrubs and Climbers, the Principal Economic Herbs, and the Most Commonly Cultivated Trees and Shrubs  by  Henry H Haines

A Forest Flora of Chota Nagpur Including Gangpur and the of a Description of All the Indigenous Trees, Shrubs and Climbers, the Principal Economic Herbs, and the Most Commonly Cultivated Trees and Shrubs by Henry H Haines
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Excerpt from A Forest Flora of Chota Nagpur Including Gangpur and the of a Description of All the Indigenous Trees, Shrubs and Climbers, the Principal Economic Herbs, and the Most Commonly Cultivated Trees and ShrubsThe Flora is based mainly onMoreExcerpt from A Forest Flora of Chota Nagpur Including Gangpur and the of a Description of All the Indigenous Trees, Shrubs and Climbers, the Principal Economic Herbs, and the Most Commonly Cultivated Trees and ShrubsThe Flora is based mainly on notes and collections made during several years residence in Chota Nagpur, as Divisional Forest and Working-Plans Officer, chiefly in Singbhum.

These notes were very largely augmented during six weeks leave (subsequently converted into special duty) devoted to a botanical walking tour in Manbhum, Ranchi, Hazaribagh and Palamau during the months of May and June 1905. A subsequent tour during the cold season of 1907-08 extended from the banks of the Sone through the districts of Palamau and Hazaribagh. and through the whole length of the Santal Parganahs.The last tour, and the actual writing of the Flora in its present form, were undertaken during the writers short tenure of the office of Imperial Forest Botanist, and while on furlough in England.It has been a source of regret that the notes and collections made during the comparatively lengthy stay in Singbhum were not compiled with any idea of subsequently writing a flora- had it been otherwise, not only would much of the later work have been saved, but the present attempt more satisfactory.The book being intended for the use of those residents in Chota Nagpur who may have no previous knowledge of systematic botany, as well as for forest officers and students, the writer has endeavoured to meet the requirements of all three classes.

For the first, a glossary and an artificial key has been compiled, with which the approximate position of a plant in the Flora may be quickly located.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

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