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The ship Endeavour aground along the coast of Australia in 1770, depicted by the artist Sydney Parkinson. From: Hawkesworth, John, An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the order of his present Majesty for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere..., London 1773, Vol. 3 plate XIX.
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Short stories and updates from Expeditions, Fieldwork, Research, Presentation in progress, and much more... THE SWEDISH MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

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ANTHON ROLAND MARTINI

Birth registry from 1729

J P FALCK INSPIRES

Update from the field

TEXTILIA LINNAEANA

Work done and published

ROCK ART – PETROGLYPHS

Tomskaya Pisanitsa, Russia

THE LINNAEUS APOSTLES

Now in 90 Languages

TEXTILE OBSERVATIONS

Where Pehr Kalm Travelled




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Botany Added Knowledge Botany

SIBERIAN BIRCH FOREST

In present day west Siberia

BOTANICAL SPECIMEN

”Collected near Spitsbergen” 1758

KALMIA LATIFOLIA

In the U.S. Botanic Garden, Washington

Earth Sciences Added Knowledge Earth Sciences

ROCK SPECIMEN

Sample from Spitsbergen 1758

Zoology Added Knowledge Zoology

ALBATROSS & CAPE PIGEON

Presented in Carl Johan Gethe’s Journal 1747

ELANDS HORN

Presented by Anders Sparrman in 1776/1777

HIPPOPOTAMUS

Presented by Anders Sparrman 1776

QUAGGA

Presented by Anders Sparrman in 1776

Agriculture Added Knowledge Agriculture

CLOTH OF MULBERRY BARK

Obtained on Tahiti by Anders Sparrman

BUKHARAN PLOUGH

Illustrations from Academic Expeditions in Russia

WOOD FENCE, USA

Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York

Anthropology Added Knowledge Anthropology

”ENGLISH WOMEN...”

Mentioned by Pehr Kalm

POLI CONDOR HARBOUR

Côn Sơn Island - Tärnström was probably describ...

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„

Collections Added Knowledge Collections

POOR RICHARD\'S ALMANACK

In the Benjamin Franklin private collection

PEHR OSBECK'S CHEST

In private ownership today. Osbeck's own notes on

Geography Added Knowledge Geography

DANIEL ROLANDER

”This is my place of birth…”

THE HARBOUR OF CADIX

Where East India Company ships laid at anchor

LONDON CIRCA 1750

Mentioned by Pehr Kalm

KALM AND THE NIAGARA

Letter to Benjamin Franklin

MONTMORENCY FALLS, CANADA

Visited by Pehr Kalm 7th of September, 1749.

HUDSON RIVER

Described in Kalm's journal

Persons Added Knowledge Persons

BARK CLOTHS

By the artist Sydney Parkinson

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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ADDED KNOWLEDGE Add Knowledge function allows iFELLOWS to add their own contributions to the empirical knowledge founded in the 18th century. These contributions are divided into eight sub-sections:

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