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THE LINNAEUS APOSTLES

Now in 90 Languages

TEXTILE OBSERVATIONS

Where Pehr Kalm Travelled

J P FALCK'S PICTURE

Does anybody know more?

KALM AND THE HUDSON RIVER

New York Now and Then

KALM ON WINE MAKING

A North American continuing tradition

A RARE FRENCH EDITION

Voyage de Pehr Kalm au Canada en 1749


Agriculture Added Knowledge Agriculture

BUKHARAN PLOUGH

Illustrations from Academic Expeditions in Russia

WOOD FENCE, USA

Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York

Anthropology Added Knowledge Anthropology

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„

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

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

Earthsciences Added Knowledge Earthsciences

ROCK SPECIMEN

Sample from Spitsbergen 1758

Geography Added Knowledge Geography

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

People Added Knowledge People

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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iLOG

iLOG is the overarching definition for two key features of the iLINNAEUS; the first being iPROJECTS which for example denotes the continual publication of travel excerpts from the Bridge Builder Expeditions amongst other iPROJECTS iProject. Secondly the ADD KNOWLEDGE function Add Knowledge allows iFELLOWS to add their own contributions to the wider fount of knowledge which was established by the Linnaeus Apostles.

iLOG LEGEND


iPROJECTS iProject entails the up to date publication of images from various projects in progress.

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:

BotanyBotany

Earth SciencesEarth Sciences

ZoologyZoology

AgricultureAgriculture

AnthropologyAnthropology

CollectionsCollections

GeographyGeography

PeoplePeople


These sections will then be publicised within 4 different formats: Text, Images, Video and Sound, each of which can be simultaneously geolocated on the iMAPS and cross referenced to the relevant pages in the publications in iBOOKS, iINDEX; and under iFACTS.