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Indian Pipe Fern

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Item Description

Title: Indian Pipe Fern

Photographer

  • Dean, Theron S.

Source Document

Extent: 1 lantern slide : hand col. ; 3.25 x 4 in.

Date Created: Undated

Description

Text included with this images states that the Indian Pipe Fern is: "A first cousin of the Christmas Fern as fronds remain green all winter. It was known in Europe for many years but not found in America until Frederick Pursh found it in Smugglers Notch in 1807. It has since been found in the White Mountains, Easthills, and Adirondaks and New Brunswick."

Genre(s): photographs, lantern slides

Subject/topic

Note [Digital Version]

2009-09-05, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Note [Original Notation]

Fern Indian pipe. A 1st cousin of xmas fern as fronds remain green all winter. - Known in Europe many years but not found in America until Fred'k Pursh found it in Smugglers Notch in 1807. Since found White Mts. - Easthills and Adirondaks and New BrunswicData\Microsoft\Access\System.mdw

Type of Resource: still image

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http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/deanb03073

Preferred citation

Indian Pipe Fern, Theron S. Dean, carton three, Long Trail photos and slides, box 3, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/deanb03073 (accessed August 22, 2014)

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