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The Henry Parker Sartwell Herbarium of Hamilton College
Anita F. Cholewa and Mark Allen Wetter
Vol. 40, No. 1 (Jan. - Mar., 1988), pp. 66-75
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2806877
Page Count: 10
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H. P. Sartwell's private herbarium was donated to the New York Botanical Garden in 1983 by Hamilton College of Clinton, New York. This herbarium was assembled by Dr. Sartwell (1792-1867) through-out his career and was eventually sold to Hamilton College. The collection is particularly rich in type material, western New York plants, and carices. Dr. Sartwell had an active exchange program with his contemporaries and, therefore, his herbarium also has collections from many parts of the world. An index to collectors is presented, as well as a list of verified and probable types.
Brittonia © 1988 New York Botanical Garden Press