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The Suriname Journal
Unique manuscript by Rolander
KALM AND ST. SULPITIUS
Saint-Sulpice Seminary, Montreal
KALM AND HOUSES IN QUEBEC
”Most of the houses in Quebec are built of stone„
SIBERIAN BIRCH FOREST
In present day west Siberia
”Collected near Spitsbergen” 1758
In the U.S. Botanic Garden, Washington
POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK
In the Benjamin Franklin private collection
PEHR OSBECK'S CHEST
In private ownership today. Osbeck's own notes on
Sample from Spitsbergen 1758
KALM AND THE NIAGARA
Letter to Benjamin Franklin
MONTMORENCY FALLS, CANADA
Visited by Pehr Kalm 7th of September, 1749.
Described in Kalm's journal
KALM'S DESCRIPTION OF
John Bartram’s work in North America
WILLIAM BARTRAM'S 1758
Drawing of John Bartram's house and gardens
JOHN BARTRAM'S GARDEN
The Garden and House described by Kalm
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