Letters from James Backhouse (Junior) in York, England to James Backhouse Walker in Tasmania, 1860-1871. Uncatalogued Walker letters.
Backhouse, James (Jnr) Letters from James Backhouse (Junior) in York, England to James Backhouse Walker in Tasmania, 1860-1871. Uncatalogued Walker letters. University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)
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Letters from James Backhouse in York, England to James Backhouse Walker in Tasmania. James is the son of the James Backhouse, companion to James Backhouse Walker's father George Washington Walker on his travels. The first two letters describe the transport of plants from Tasmania to England in Wardian Cases with instructions on how to transport Gleichenia alpina and illustrations for making a Wardian Case.
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|Keywords:||Quaker, Religious Society of Friends, Tasmania, Religious history, social history, Australia, James Backhouse, York, England, James Backhouse Walker, Wardian Case, Gleichenia alpina|
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