4 edition of American medical botany found in the catalog.
American medical botany
|Statement||by Jacob Bigelow|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 40247|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v., 60 leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||60|
Get this from a library! American medical botany: Boston, [Jacob Bigelow; Philip John Weimerskirch; Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Graphic Arts Collection.; Octavo Corporation,] -- Digitized facsimile of the 3 volume Boston edition published by Cummings and Hilliard, , from a copy in the Cary Graphic Arts Collection, Rochester Institute of Technology. This book is devoted to aspects of botany of particular interest to medical men, nutritionists, dieticians, pharmacists, and veterinarians. In the first section, foodstuffs derived from plants are discussed. An introductory subsection covers general subjects such as plant structure in relation to.
Get this from a library! American medical botany: being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States. Considered to be the earliest American example of a book with plates printed in color. "University Press, Hilliard and Metcalf"--Volume 1, title page. being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United. Iroquois Medical Botany is the first guide to understanding the use of herbal medicines in traditional Iroquois culture. It links Iroquois cosmology to cultural themes by showing the inherent spiritual power of plants and how the Iroquois traditionally have used and continue to use plants as remedies.
The result is a lush portrait of the man who gave voice to a new, deeply American understanding of the powers and perils of nature. Buy the Book From the meadows of Manhattan and correspondents around the world, Hosack collected over two thousand species at his twenty-acre botanical garden. Ethnobotany is the study of how people of a particular culture and region make use of indigenous (native) plants. Plants provide food, medicine, shelter, dyes, fibers, oils, resins, gums, soaps, waxes, latex, tannins, and even contribute to the air we breathe. Many native peoples also use plants in .
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Jacob Bigelow s American Medical Botany is one of the earliest books on the pharmacological use of plants published in the United States. Its text is grounded in the author s firsthand knowledge as a botanist who roamed the New England countryside, and as a physician at a time when Western medicine still preserved its traditional foundations in the natural : Jacob Bigelow.
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The importance of Jacob Bigelow's American Medical Botany, being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants of the United States, lies in its illustrations. Along with William Barton's Vegetable Materia Medica, publication of which was almost simultaneous, Bigelow's book was one of the first two American botanical books with colored illustrations.
Jacob Bigelow's American Medical Botany, An examination of the origin, printing, binding and distribution of America's first color plate book. With special emphasis on the manner of making and printing its colored plates.
For a history of its printing, binding, and distribution, see Richard Wolfe, Jacob Bigelow's American Medical Botany (North Hills, Pennsylvania: Bird and Bull Press, ). For a listing of the contents of all volumes, see the University Archives and Special Collections website of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia.
American medical botany:being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts / By. Bigelow, Jacob, Type.
Book Material. Published material. Publication info. American medical botany, being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings by Bigelow, Jacob, Pages: American medical botany, being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings by Bigelow, Jacob, Written: Jacob Bigelow's American Medical Botany, Being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants of the United States () contains very strong and arresting images.
According to McTigue, this work by Harvard University professor Bigelow () was the first American book to be published with the plates printed in color.". However, the book does not go terribly deep into any particular topics, and is more biography than history of medical science or botany (which it itself states).
I gave this book three stars because American Eden presents an interesting biography of David Hosack and a look at the development of plant sciences around the time of the American 4/5.
Books on Botany. Every herbalist should know some basic botany, especially if they’re interested in wildcrafting medicinal and edible plants. John Kallas’s book mentioned above is good for identifying specific plants, but here are a few more books on botany to add to your herbal library.
Title: American medical botany, being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings Year: Authors: Bigelow, Jacob, Subjects: Botany, Medical Botany.
Jacob Bigelow's American Medical Botany An Examination of the Origin, Printing, Binding, and Distribution of America's First Color Plate Book.
With Special Emphasis on the Manner of Making and Printing Its Colored Plates. ♥ Book Title: Medical Botany ♣ Name Author: Walter H. Lewis ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: ipQmSriMF9sC Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Provides, through examples, an understanding of the world.s traditional pharmacopeias and how research is affording ways to.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy American Medical Botany, Vol. 3: Being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants of the United States, Containing Their Botanical History and Chemical Analysis, and Properties and Uses in Medicine, Diet and the Arts, with Coloured Engravings at nd: Jacob Bigelow.
American medical botany, published as a three volume set, is a compendium of American plants and their medicinal uses—each plant is illustrated and described in terms of physical, behavioral, and medicinal characteristics.
This was one of the first two American botany books to be printed in color. Bigelow taught medicine and botany at Harvard and published numerous books, including one of America's first botanical books, American Medical Botany. His interest in mechanics led to his appointment as Rumford Professor, a position endowed at Harvard for the purpose of teaching the application of science to the useful arts, which he held from to American medical botany, Vol.
1, [Title page] Names Bigelow, Jacob, (Artist) Collection. American medical botany: being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings.
Dates / Origin. Download Citation | On Apr 1,Daniel F. Austin and others published American Medical Botany: Daniel F. Austin, Book Review Editor | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. This book comprises all three volumes of the complete work which were printed separately in, and I had a chance recently to look at the book before its restoration, and carefully turning through its pages, the novelty and significance of American Medical Botany .Organized by body system and ailment makes it easy to locate appropriate therapies.
Includes background on the physiology of major systems and ailments so readers can understand how and why a pharmaceutical, botanical, or dietary supplement works. Broad coverage includes green plants, fungi, and microorganisms.
Includes extensive references and citations from both conventional and Reviews: 1.Books shelved as botany: The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World by Michael Pollan, The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert, Wicke.