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Poems for the little room By Dr. G. Michael Vasey
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Dr. Vasey's second book of poetry with photographs by Gabriela Vasey. A book for the little room....... SC Vincent says "Great little book. A selection of illustrated poems...at first read... More > straightforward, but as always with Vasey's work, there is a lot more going on beneath the surface than first appears."< Less
poems for the little room By G & G Vasey
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The Battle for Brough Bay By Tina Irving
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Scotland's villages should be peaceful, tranquil places. Brough is no such thing... or it wasn't between 2010 and 2014. A rip roaring account of the characters who led the Battle and how the enemy... More > fought back against oppression and lack of democracy using humour and ridicule. Royston Vasey, eat yer heart out...< Less
North American Species of Cactus By U. S. Department of Agriculture
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In the fall of 1890 Dr. George Vasey, then Botanist of the Department of Agriculture, arranged with me to prepare a revision of North American Cactaceae. Owing to the peculiar difficulty... More > of preserving material the family was poorly represented, even in our leading herbaria. To secure a large amount of additional material in the way of specimens and field notes the Department authorized me to visit the region of the Mexican boundary during the summer of 1891. Preliminary to this exploration it was necessary to examine the Engelmann collection of Cactaceae, in the possession of the Missouri Botanical Garden. This collection, supplemented by the continual additions made at the garden, is by far the largest collection of skeletons and living specimens in this country, and also contains the large majority of our types.< Less
North American Species of Cactus By U. S. Department of Agriculture
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In the fall of 1890 Dr. George Vasey, then Botanist of the Department of Agriculture, arranged with me to prepare a revision of North American Cactaceae. Owing to the peculiar difficulty... More > of preserving material the family was poorly represented, even in our leading herbaria. To secure a large amount of additional material in the way of specimens and field notes the Department authorized me to visit the region of the Mexican boundary during the summer of 1891. Preliminary to this exploration it was necessary to examine the Engelmann collection of Cactaceae, in the possession of the Missouri Botanical Garden. This collection, supplemented by the continual additions made at the garden, is by far the largest collection of skeletons and living specimens in this country, and also contains the large majority of our types.< Less

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