More flowers but botanical plates this time. Emma C. Embury’s 1845 book “American wildflowers in their native haunts.”

"Nature's Gems." Frontispiece.
“Nature’s Gems.” Frontispiece. Collection of the U.S. Geological Survey Library. Digitalizing sponsor Biodiversity Heritage Library. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/americanwildflow00embu/page/n6
"Wild honeysuckle." Page 24.
“Wild honeysuckle.” Page 24. Collection of the U.S. Geological Survey Library. Digitalizing sponsor Biodiversity Heritage Library. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/americanwildflow00embu/page/24
Bellwort. Page 60.
Bellwort. Page 60. Collection of the U.S. Geological Survey Library. Digitalizing sponsor Biodiversity Heritage Library. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/americanwildflow00embu/page/60
Butterfly weed. Page 66.
Butterfly weed. Page 66. Collection of the U.S. Geological Survey Library. Digitalizing sponsor Biodiversity Heritage Library. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/americanwildflow00embu/page/66
Wild columbine. Page 74.
Wild columbine. Page 74. Collection of the U.S. Geological Survey Library. Digitalizing sponsor Biodiversity Heritage Library. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/americanwildflow00embu/page/74
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