3 edition of flora of the English Lake District. found in the catalog.
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The poet William Wordsworth called the English Lake District “the loveliest spot that man hath found,” and he called it home. So did Peter Rabbit author Beatrix Potter. Sir Walter Scott was Author: Meg Waite Clayton. Ferne Arfin is a freelance travel writer who covers the U.K. and Greece for TripSavvy. She currently lives in London. The Lake District, in England's Northwest, is a vast national park, carved out by glaciers ab years ago; at square miles, it's almost as big as Rhode Island. It has been a center of tourism for about years.
A flora of the English Lake District by J. G. Baker () A glossary of the words and phrases of Furness (North Lancashire) by J. P. Morris () A guide to the Lakes by T. West (). The English Lake District is such a place that holds my affinity. The serenity of the water and the drama of the peaks, it is often overromaticised, the reality of daily life in the lakes undoubtedly different to the fleeting experiences celebrated by it’s passing guests.
Test yourself with these multi-choice questions about the people and places of the English Lake District. Average score for this quiz is 9 / Difficulty: times. As of May 12 Great Mell Fell (Bare hill, with the later additions of both "Fell" and "Great") is an isolated hill or fell in the English Lake District, north of Ullswater and adjacent to the Eastern rises from a level plain to a height of m. Its top is an excellent viewpoint for many of the surrounding higher fells. The fell is now owned and managed by the National Trust and offers a place of Location: Cumbria, England.
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Flora of the English Lake District. London: George Bell & Sons, York Street, Covent Garden, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Gilbert Baker; George Bell & Sons. Genre/Form: Classification book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Baker, John Gilbert, Flora of the English Lake District.
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A flora of the English Lake District. Baker, John Gilbert, Type. Book Material. Published material. A Flora of the English Lake District. By J. Baker (London: George Bell and Sons, York Street, Covent Garden, )Cited by: 1. A flora of the English Lake District Item Preview remove-circle Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).Pages: This book is a clear exposition of the lake's recent history and biology and aims to provide a factual guide to almost a century's work on the microscopic plant life of Windermere, its phytoplankton.
Introductory sections briefly summarise major physical-chemical features of the lake and its catchment, and consider the effects of the light and. British Mosses in the English Lake District. [a collection of 7 different issues]. Book Description. 7 vols., 8vo ( x mm), 6 with letterpress title (one dated ), between approximately 30 and 90 leaves of mounted specimens (recto only, all captioned in manuscript), orig.
blue cloth, gilt (one in. A Flora of the English Lake District Paperback – 12 Sept. by John Gilbert Baker (Author)Author: John Gilbert Baker. Gems Of Lakeland In Colour. A Guide To The English Lake District With Map And.
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This key is intended to make possible the identification of the most commonly encountered species of the. Lake District Mysteries Synopsis: The Coffin Trail is the first Lake District Mystery by author Martin Edwards.
Daniel Kind is a Oxford historian who has a TV gig. He and his significant other, Miranda, are looking to start anew, so they head to the Lake District. Daniel is familiar with the area from his days as a.
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Primulaceae, Plumbaginaceae, Plantaginaceae, Chenopodiaceae, Polygonaceae, Thymelaeaceee, Asaraceae, Empetraceae, Euphorbiaceae, Urticaceae, Amentiferae, Coniferae Brand: J G Baker.
A Flora of the English Lake District, Roper (F. S.) Flora of Eastbourne, Saunders (James) The Field Flowers of Bedfordshire, interleaved with notes and manuscript, London & Luton, Vaughan (John) The Wild-Flowers of Selbourne, London & New York,original cloth, slightly rubbed; and 11 others, British Flora, 8vo & 4to(15).
Minerals of the English Lake District: Caldbeck Fells by M. P Cooper; C.J. Stanley at - ISBN - ISBN - Natural History Museum Publications - - Price Range: £ - £ The Lake District, also known as the Lakes or Lakeland, is a mountainous region in North West England.A popular holiday destination, it is famous for its lakes, forests and mountains (or fells), and its associations with William Wordsworth and other Lake Poets and also with Beatrix Potter and John Lake District National Park was established in and covers an area of 2, square.
Although the latter part of the book is set in the Lake District, the story starts in New York, where florist Flora meets Jack, a widower with two daughters, Izzy and Molly. Although Flora and Jack are drawn to each other, the hope of forming any relationship is hampered by the attitude of teenager Izzy, who is feeling threatened by anyone taking her beloved mother Becca’s place/5(62).
A flora of the English Lake District. By John Gilbert Baker Topics: Botany, England, Lake DistrictAuthor: John Gilbert Baker. Flora and Fauna – Flora. The geographical diversity of the Lake District means that you can find a wide range of different plants and flowers, of which some are of course seasonal.
With plenty of heathland areas to discover, you can uncover the home of a large assortment of heather flowers, from bilberries to crowberries.The development in the English Lake District of the idea of the universal value of scenic landscape, both in itself and in its capacity to nurture and uplift imagination, creativity and spirit, along with threats to the area, led directly to the development of a conservation movement and the establishment of the National Trust movement, which.