Field notes,Oregon, May 6-October 6, 1896, and West Virginia, January 19-25, 1897

ID: SIA RU007267

Creator: 1896 Oregon, plant catalogue of 1894

Form/Genre: Fieldbook record

Date: 1894-1897

Citation: Vernon Bailey Papers, 1889-1941 and undated, field notes and journals, 1889-1941

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Creator

Bailey, Vernon, 1864-1942

Alternate Title

1896 Oregon, plant catalogue of 1894

Abstract

The field book primarily documents Bailey's field work from May 1896 through October 1896 in Oregon and West Virginia during January 1897. The first specimen is recorded at Norfolk, Nebraska on May 15, 1896. From Nebraska, Bailey moved through Wyoming to Oregon collecting, observing and writing lists of mammalian, reptilian, ornithological, and botanical scientific names. The item also includes a plant catalog containing genus and species information for various locations dated 1894-1896.

Date Range

1894-1897

Start Date

1894

End Date

Jan 25, 1897

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Topic

  • Mammalogy
  • Plants
  • Birds
  • Mammalogists
  • Ornithology
  • Botany

Place

  • United States
  • Wyoming
  • Oregon
  • Nebraska
  • West Virginia

Form/Genre

  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA RU007267

Collection name

Vernon Bailey Papers, 1889-1941 and undated, field notes and journals, 1889-1941

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1 field book

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Smithsonian Institution Archives

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Box 1 Folder 11

[[front cover]] [[underlined]] 1896 [[/underlined]] Plant Catalogue of 1894 Oregon [[engraved]] MEMORANDUM Standard [[/engraved]]
[[underlined]] R [[/underlined]] Altair, 3585, 1894, [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] white [[/underlined]] We. & Th. [[underlined]] colored [[/underlined]] Tu. & Fri. Mch; 8. Monday Cor. A & 3d S.E. [[underlined]] April [[/underlined]] 5 - [[underlined]] Monday [[/underlined]] [[inverted]] Topography of the Pacific Coast 14th Annual, 1895 P 403 [[line across page]] Grad. [[Rcon?]], N.W. Ore. 17th Annual pt. 2 [[line across page]] [[/inverted]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] Vernon Bailey 1896 Dept. of Agl. Washington D.C.
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Plant Catalogue [[/underlined 1894]] 14. Krinetzkia glomerata same as last. 15. Gilia congesta East of Sturgis, S.D. June 3. 16. Actinella acaulis East of Sturgis, S.D. June 3. 17. Musineon hookeri Alkalie Creek, near Ft. Meade. June 3. 18. Peucedanum villosum Near Ft. Meade. June 3. 19. Gutierrezia sarothrae Same as last. 20. Allium reticulatum Same as last. 21. Astragalus bisulcatus Same as last. 22. Astragalus (white) Same as last. 23. Picea canadensis Deadwood. June 4. In canyon the only species noted. 24. Quercus acuminata Sundance, Wyo. June 7. 25. Thermopsis montana Trifolium Potentilla Cymopterus
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Plant Catalogue [[/underlined]] 1894 25. Astragalus Warm Peak, in Bear Lodge Mts. June 7. 26. Quercus On Warm Peak, above Timberline, 2 to 5 feet high. 27. Lupinus argenteus Sundance, Wyo. June 10. Throughout Black Hills & Bear Lodge Mts. Boreal. 28. Psoralea tenuiflora Powder R., Wyo. June 21. 29. Psoralea lanceolata Powder R., June 21. 30. Abronia fragrans Powder R., June 21. 31. Atriplex canescens 8 mi. W. of Ft. Custer, July 8. a short bush, 1 1/2 to 2 feet high. 32. Bigelovia graveolius Clarks Fork, Mont. July 22. Found only in Sonoran Valley. 33. Orizopsis membranaceae Clarks Fork, Mont. July 22. In Sonoran Valley on sand. 34. Abies lasiocarpa Beartooth Mts. Mont. Aug. 13. 8000 feet. N.E. of [[?]] timberline. [[end page]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Plant Catalogue [[/underlined]] 1894 35. Picea rubra (by Seed.) Beartooth Mts. Mont. Aug. 13 Near timberline 36. Picea Yellowstone Park, Aug. 8, in Gibbon Canõn, com. on the Plateau along streams. 37. Bupleurum americanum Beartooth Mts. Mont. Aug. 13. above timberline, a large form comes down in timber. 38. Suaeda diffusa Lavina, Mont. Aug. 21. a Sonoran Plant. 39. Atriplex argentea Lavina, Mont. Aug. 21 In all the Sonoran Valleys 40. Abies lasiocarpa (by Seed.) Big Snowy Mts. Mont. at timberline, 8000 feet, Aug. 23 41. Picea rubra Big Snowy Mts. Mont. Aug. 21, at timberline, 8000. 42. Picea rubra. (by Seed.) Big Snowy Mts. Mont. Lower edge of timber. Aug. 26. 9th 43. Juniperus virginiana Great Falls, Mont. Sep. 3.
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Plant Catalogue [[/underlined]] 1895 44. Camassia escalenta Summit, Mont. on G.N.R.R. June 17. 5550 feet. 45. Plantogo geophaloides, Horse Plains, Mont. July 22 46. Abies lasiocarpa Flathead Lake, Mont. July 16 47. Tsuga pubeseaus Thompson Pass, Mont. Aug. 5 48. Thuya plicata, Asbarn, Idaho, Aug. 7.. 49. Circocacfans intricatus Salmon R., Idaho, Sep. 6 Near John Day. 50. Forsillesia skinescans Salmon R. Idaho, Sep. 6 like Glasapetdon 52. Rhamsius purshiana Grand Ronde R. Oregon, Sep.14. 53. Erriogonum heradioides Tobacco Plains, Mont. July 7 54. Pinus monticala Stillwater Lakes, Mont. July 9. 55. Oucia rubra (by Sud.) Stillwater Lakes, July 9. 56. Juniperus virginiana Tobacco Plains Mont. July 7. [[end page]]
[[start page]] [[underlined]] Plant Catalogue [[/underlined]] 1895 57. Abies gravdis Kingston, Idaho Aug.1, 1895 [[long dash]][[underlined]] 1896 [[/underlined]][[long dash]] 58. Umbilifer Elgin, Oregon, May 29.96. 59. Umbilifer Elgin, Orego, May 29 60. Abies Kamela, Oregon, June 2; branches from pit bottom, come from another tree. 61. Balsamorrhiga [[dark ink overwrites pencil]] careyana [[/dark ink overwrites pencil]] Heppner, Oregon, June 11.96 62. [[lightly crossed out]] Lithosperuun[[/lightly crossed out]] sping Heppner, Or. June 11. [[dark ink]] Amsinekia intermedus [[/dark ink]] 63. Hydrophyllum Heppner Or. June 11.96 [[dark ink]] Physelia magellanica [[/dark ink]] 64. Lupinus, blue, cavesent Heppner, O, June 11, 96. 65. Luninus pusillus June 19 Crown Rock, John Day R, Oregon 66. Malrastrum Crown Rock, Ore. June 19 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underline]] Washington, 1896 [[/underline]] Epigia ripens Mch. 29. Clatonnia virginien [[ditto for March 29]] Hepatica [[ditto for Mch 29]] Erythronium on high island Apr. 12 Dicentra [[ditto for Apr.12]] Viola - blue, Bloodroot April 7 Hepatica [[ditto for April 7]] Dentaria locinata [[ditto for April 7]] Magnolia speciasa 13 Apple [[ditto for 13]] Peach [[ditto for 13]] [[Curved line to the left side of 2 lines starting Japanese... and Sadon...]] Japanese Quince [[ditto for 13]] Sadon japonica [[ditto for 13]] [black ink instead of pencil to the end of this page]] [[Curved line to the left side of 2 lines starting On... and List...]] On High Island, April 19, 1896 [[underline]] List of flowers [[/underline]] Senecio aureus Mertensia virginiea Sassafras officinale Arvelanchier cavadensis Dentaria lacinata [[ditto for Dentaria]] diphylla Trillium sessile Erythronium americanim [[ditto for Erythronium]] albedinsar Direa palustris Geranium maculatum Dicentra cueullaria [[end page]]
Viola cuculata " [[Ditto for: Viola]] palmata " [[Ditto for: Viola]] stri[[strikethrough]] g [[/strikethrough]]ata [[strikethrough]] ? [[/strikethrough]] " [[Ditto for: Viola]] pubescens [[strikethrough]] ? [[/strikethrough]] " [[Ditto for: Viola]] tricolor Stellaria pubera " [[Ditto for: Stellaria]] media Potentilla canadensis Phlox paniculata R[[strikethrough]] h [[/strikethrough]]anunculus [[Ranunculus]] abortivus " [[Ditto for: Ranunculus]] hispidus Antennaria plantaginifolia Cornus florida Cercis canadensis Taraxacum officinale Saxifraga virginiensis Arisaema triphyllum Claytonia virginica Benzoin benzoin Lamium amplexicaule Podophyllum peltatum Jeffersonia diphylla Houstonia caerulea Corydalis flavula Euphorbia commutata [[underlined]] Little Falls, Va. May 3. [[/underlined]] Salix flavu[[strikethrough]] la [[/strikethrough]]s [[flavus]] Ranunculus hispidus Sedum ternatum [[end page]] [[start page]] Chrysopsis mariana Pedicularis canadensis Aplectrum hyemalis - not in flower Obolaria virginica Erigeron philidelphicum Asimia triloba Hydrophyllum virginica Staphylaea trifolia Uvularia perfoliata Phascelia parviflora Chelidonium majus - Celandine. Aquilegia canadensis Aplectrum hyemale Lithospermum arvense Rhododendron nudiflorum
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] May 6. [[/underlined]] 1896 left Washington at 8:05 P.M. by B.& O. [[underlined]] May 7. [[/underlined]] Syracuse, Indiana. Tamarack swamps & lakes. Chicago, [[underlined]] May 8 [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Dubuque [[/underlined]] - daylight. [[underlined]] Dyersville, [[/underlined]] Iowa Geomys hills numerous. [[underlined]] Oneida [[/underlined]] S. 13 lineatus 2 seen. Geomys hills all along in fields & on sod. Sturnella neglecta singing at Empire, Iowa. [[underlined]] Minneapolis [[/underlined]] 3 P.M. Elk River, 7 " [[Ditto for: P.M.]] [[underlined]] May 14 [[/underlined]] Left Elk River at 4 P.M. Left Minneapolis at 7:40 P.M. by C. St. P. & Oneida R.R. [[underlined]] May 15 [[/underlined]] Sioux City - 5:40 A.M.
[[underlined]] May 15. [[/underlined]] 1896 [[underlined]] Norfolk. [[/underlined]], Neb. Lepus campestris [[underlined]] Platte Center [[/underlined]] Cynomys - a few 2 mi. N of [[image: pencil sketch of curved lines]] [[underlined]] Oconee [[/underlined]] Cynomys, a colony in pasture & a few in field. [[underlined]] Columbus [[/underlined]] 12:30 to 6:15 [[underlined]] Grand Island [[/underlined]] - dark. [[underlined]] May 16 [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Sidney, [[/underlined]] daylight [[underlined]] Ewing [[/underlined]] S. elegans first seen 4 mi. E. of [[underlined]] Cheyenne [[/underlined]] Laramie Antelope 1 w of Laramie. [[underlined]] Green [[/underlined]] R. dark [[underlined]] Granger [[/underlined]] 6575 [[underlined]] Opal [[/underlined]] 6975 Hams Fork 7300) 6953) [[line]] Fossil 7000) " [[Ditto for: Fossil]] 6663) [[line]] L. campestris [[male symbol]] 590 X 90 X 146 17 [[insertion]] ^ [[underlined]] 10 [[/underlined]] [[/insertion]] feet from toe to toe of tracks. No. 5461 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underline]] Hams Fork, [[/underline]] Wyo. May 17.96. Artemisia tridentata " [[Ditto for: Artemisia]] cana " [[Ditto for: Artemisia]] arbuscula Bigelovia albicaulis ? Guterrezia cuthaneae Atriplex canescans Sarcobatus Eurotia lanata Mertenzia Phlox Opuntia Willows [[underline]] Fossil [[/underline]] Atriplex confertifolia on side of rock cliffs. Scolicophagus cyanocephalus Poccetes g. crifinis, com Amphispiza nevadensis, a few. Otocoris Falco mex. 1 Pica com. Salpinctus 1 [[underline]] Hams Fork [[/underline]], Sialia arctica 2 Circus [[male symbol]] 1 Falco sparverius 1 [[male symbol]] Sturnella neglecta 1 Pipilo chlorurus 1
S. elegans S. armatus Cynomys leucurus, com. Lepus campestris 4 [[underlined]] May 18 [[/underlined]] Daylight an hour east of [[underlined]] Shoshone. [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Glenn's Ferry. [[/underlined]]. breakfast [[underlined]] Mountain Home [[/underlined]] Antelope - 2 bands of 20 [[underlined]] Ontario [[/underlined]] a town Wide level valley, [[underlined]] Weiser [[/underlined]] at end of open valley Crossed river. [[underlined]] Huntington [[/underlined]] 2 mi. from R. & about 200 feet higher. Aegialis phoeniceus, com. Scolecophagous cayaro - " [[Ditto for: com.]] Molothrus ater "[[Ditto for: com.]] Merula m [[propingsa?]] 2 Spinus tristis 14 Chondestes several Pica com. Faleo sparverius 1 Tyrannus verticalis 2 Sayornis sayi 1 Sturnella com [[end page]] [[start page]] Salpinctes com Regulus calendula 1 [[underlined]] May 19. [[/underlined]] Colaptes cafer 2 Zenaidura abr. Chelidon erythrogastra Petrochelidon [[Taccinita?]] thallasina Anthus ludo - Actitus macularius com Icterus virens Melanerpes torquatus 1 [[strikethrough]] Ceryle alcyon Sialia [[/strikethrough]]
[[underlined]] May 18 & 19 [[/underlined]] Huntington, Ore. Brodiaea douglasii Grayia pollygaloides Sarcobatus Artemisia tridentata Purshia tridentata Glossapetalon Circis Amelanchier Ribes aureum - var. Roses Delphinium menziesii Onosmodium - ? Hydrophyllum - ? large. Phlox longifolia ? Bigelovia g albicaulis " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] (green based) Krinitzkia Clematis Prunus [[Eriagomines?]] Alfilaria, abn Crucifers - many Balsamorhiza [[sagitefolia?]] Oenothero caespitosa " [[Ditto for: Oenothero]] - Rhus - same as at Alivota 2175 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Elgin, [[/underlined]] May 22. Calaptes cafer Melanerpes torquatus. Cyanaeitta Sturnella Corvus Aegialis phoeniceus Scolecophagous cyanocephalus Merula m. propingua Sialia mexicana 1 Spizella socialis com Zonotrichia Poocetes Carpodacus 2 Gallinago delicata 2 heard Actitis macularia 1 Trochilus rufus com. Sitta pygmeara ? a few Falco sparverius abn. Buteo swainsoni com. Chelidon a few Petrochelidon com. Spiza aenima com. Tyrannus tyrannus " [[ditto for: Tyrannus]] verticalis Agetiles vociferous Falco mexicana 1
[[underlined]] May 24 [[/underlined]] Empidonax 1 (difficilis ?) [[strikethrough]] [[Hespericula?]] [[/strikethrough]] [[Corperthrmy?]] vespertina 1 [[female symbol]] Bonasa umbelluloides Pipilo Trochilus - not rufus Ceryle alcyon Sialia [[underlined]] May 25 [[/underlined]] Night Hawk heard. Bubo " [[Ditto for: heard]] [[underlined]] May 26 [[/underlined]] Accipiter cooperi 1 Zenaidura [[underlined]] May 27 [[/underlined]] Geothlypis macgillivrayi Dendroica auduboni Empidonax Vireo s. plumbens Stellula calliope Pyringa ludovicianus Buteo borealis 2 Salpinctus [[underlined]] May 29 [[/underlined]] Mimus carolinensis 1 Melospiza 1 Taccineta tallasina abn. Ceryle dryon 2 Phalropus Geothlypis trachis 1 [[male symbol]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] May 24, Elgin [[/underlined]], Oregon. Clematis douglasii Balsamerrizia hookeri Lithospermum pilosum Ranunculus macranthus Frasera speciosa Camassia esculenta Delphineum Wyethia amplexicaulis Geum triflorum Potentilla - big - Hellbore Castillea Amelanchier Symphorocarpos Cretagus Rosa Spirea Populus trunculoides Pinus ponderosa Pseudotsuga Abies (magnifica) Acer Dodocatheon Anemopsis Thermopsis Brodea
[[underline]] May 27 Bisulphide [[/underline]] [[underline]] S. columbianus [[/underline]], im. down hole 49 in on string. 1/2 oz. bisulfide, 5 m. not quite dead. hole ran up hill. Too much grass for absorbant. [[line across page]] S. columbianus, ad. down hole 60 in. 1/2 oz. bisulphide In 10 m pulled out dead. hole big. [[line across page]] S. columbianus in box. 1/8 oz. 6 m. " " [[Dittos for: S. columbianus in box]] 1/16 " [[Ditto for: oz. 6 m]] " [[Ditto for: S. columbianus]] im. " [[Ditto for: in box]] 1/16 " [[Ditto for: oz]] 8 " " [[Dittos for: S. columbianus]] ad " [[Ditto for: in box]] 1/16 " [[Ditto for: oz]] 8 " " " " " [[Ditto for: S. columbianus ad in box 1/16 oz]] 10 " " [[Ditto for: S. columbianus ad]] in hole. 26 in. 3/8 bis. in 6 m. quite dead. S. beldingi, im, in hole 24 in, 1/4 oz. 8 m. still breathing, soon died [[line]] S. beldingi, ad, in hole in meadow 160 in. 1/2 oz. on leaf. in 15 m dead but string broke. Hole horizontal 6 in. down. S. beldingi m. in hole 46 in, 3/4 oz. [[end page]] [[start page]] S. beldingi [[underline]] Plants cut & eaten at S. holes. Dodosatheon media Camasa esculenta Grass Ranunculus Juncus Equisetum S. beldingi [[male symbol]] im. Equisituus, flowers. [[underline]] leaves [[/underline]] of clatonia ? & krintzkia ? S. beldingi [[female symbol]] ad . 11 A.M. stores [[underline]] half full [[/underline]]. flowers & herbages. S. columbians [[female symbol]] 11, half full, green stuff & heads of Wyethia.
[[underline]] May 30 [[/underline]] Elgin Left camp at 8 A M Chondestes, com Chelidon Dendroica aestiva Otocoris Habia melanocephala 2 Numineus longirostris Pooecetes [[underline]] La Grande [[/underline]] 2 pm. [[underline]] May 31 [[/underline]] Sunday camped near summit [[underline]] June 1 [[/underline]] at camp Perisourius [[underline]] June 2 [[/underline]] camp. 7.30 4175 Summit 4675 Picoides 2 Driobates v. - Dendroica auduboni . Carpodacus casseni abn [[underline]] Meecham [[/underline]] 3900 Picea rubra Abies Pinus murryana Larix Pseudotsuga Pinus ponderosa Pachystima myrsinites [[end page]] [[start page]] Arctostophylos uva ursa Calypso borealis Linneae borealis Taxus Umbilifers 2 Astragalus - big heads. Cornas [[underline]] Camp on [[/underline]] ridge 3800 [[underline]] June 3 [[/underline]] down to Pendleton. on slope - Lupinus - yellow Brodea douglasii Balsamerrizia sagitifolia " [[Ditto for: Balsamerrizia]] hookeri Wyethia amplexicaulis Castilia Oxytropus - yellow. Alfilaria [[underline]] Luvalley [[/underline]] Alfileria Lupinus, 2 blue, upper part - Clarkia Lithospermum (?) Bigelovia g. albicaulis, " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] green Krinitzkia Euphorbia little ones Mustard 2
[[underline]] June 4 [[/underline]] Pendleton S. townsendi, in hole on side hill 1/4 ox. hole 50 mm in dia. 66 in deep. at angle of 45 [[degree symbol]]. hole forked a foot at bottom. Began digging after 5 minutes S. found dead. in half hour. [[underline across page]] Another hole bisulphided & dug out but no Sprenophila. 58 inches, no branches. [[underline across page]] S. townsendi, hole 65 by 56 mm, in diameter - 70 in deep. 1/4 oz. Spermophile dead. [[underline across full row]] S. townsendi down hole stup [?] 50 in, 1/4 oz. unconscious but came to in open air! [[underline across full row]] A dozen holes measured 50 by 60 mm in diameter. [[underline across full row]] S. townsendi down badger hole. bisulfided hole dug down about 4 feet + stick pushed out another spermophile hole. Nothing found. [[underline across full row]] S. townsendi, down badger hole dug 102 inches stup [?] at gave it up. Badger hole all the way. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underline]] June 4 [[/underline]] S.townsendi holes, on measured acre. 630 counted. [[underline across full row]] and 72 badger holes on lawn acre. [[underline across full row]] Edge w/ big wheat field. first 2 rods practically all taken. next 2 half taken [[underline across full row]] June 4 S. townsendi bisulphided in 23 holes 1/4 oz. + plugged in. from 1 to 4 P.M. June 5, at noon 2 holes opened, one not found. 20 O.K. [[underline across full row]] S. townsendi down hole on string 100 inches. 1/4 oz. bi. In 10 m not dead, would pull string, in 30 mi. drawn out quite dead. [[underline across full row]] S. townsendi down hole 65 mm 1/4 oz. 10 m drawn out not quite dead but would soon have been. [[underline across full row]] 3 S. townsendi in 6 qt. pail 1/16 oz. in 6 m. not quite dead. in 12 mi all dead. [[underline across full row]]
[[underlined]] Pendleton [[/underlined]] Lithospermum like pilosum ✓ [[checkmark]] Aesclepias speciosa ✓ [[checkmark]] Phacelia circinata ✓ [[checkmark]] Heracleum lanatum Ribes - not aureum Symphorocarpos Rosa Salix Populus balsamifera ? Plantago gnaph- Eriogonum ✓ [[checkmark]] Hydrophyllum ✓ [[checkmark]] Balsamerrizia ? ✓ [[checkmark]] Linum perenne [[erased]] [[erased]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] June 6 [[/underlined]] Walla Walla at daylight Starbuck - breakfast - [[underlined]] Riparia [[/underlined]] 73° Bigelovia g. albicaulis " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] (tortifolia?) Yarrow Mustard, 2 Cleoma lutea Plantago gnaphaloides Oenothera Lithospermum ? spiny Krinetzkia Rhus Clarkia on N. slopes
[[underlined]] Riparia June 6 [[/underlined]] S. townsendi. 4. Seeds of grass & alfilaria & other plants & flowers & green leaves. [[line]] S. townsendi, at edge of rye field. rye leaves & stems & green seeds. [[line]] S.townsendi, in rye field. leaves and flowers of rye, small seeds. several beetles. [[line across page]] S. townsendi [[male symbol]], 222 X 33 X 35 [[Banks?]] [[underlined]] June 7 [[/underlined]] Winona [[line across page]] S. townsendi down hole 65 in. 1/8 oz. in 10 m. seemed to be dead but caught & string broke. [[line across page]] S. townsendi 17 holes bisulphided 1/8 oz. A.M. 10 to 12 June 8. 7 A.M. 10 opened 7 O.K. [[line across page]] No columbianus Lupine - blue Bigelovia albicaulis " [[Ditto for: Bigolvia]] tritofolia Artemisia trifida, on rocky place Mustard 2 Lithospermum - spring Ulumus big Sisyrinchium mucronatum Rosa [[end page]] [[start page]] Populus balsamifera ? Betula occidentalis Prunus vis. Amelanchier "Mock orange" Pinus ponderosa 1. Icterus v. longicauda [[underlined]] June 8 [[/underlined]] left Winona 8:47 [[underlined]] Endicott [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Diamond [[/underlined]] S. townsendi & also S. columbianus & the first Populus tremuloides Geum triflorum, Balsamarrhizia saggitifolia Anemone patens - Potentilla, big, [[cauescuit?]] [[underlined]] End of the [[/underlined]] 2 Green Bigelovias Krinitzkia or Lithasperanium - a family big mustard [[underlined]] Crest [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Colfax [[/underlined]]
s. columbians 11 a.m. half filare seeds & half polygonal leaves [[line]] S. columbians, 2 in half seeds [[image-triangle]] alfilars & half grene leaves [[line]] S. columbians five allive flowers, greene leaves a few catipillars [[line]] S. columbianus-- halis 78*88, 80*95 Geranum-big Cleustis deriglusai 2 Lupines, big, blue Brodiaca [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underline]] June 9, Hippues Junction [[/underline]] Zevaidura obv √ Merula corn √ Icterus bullocla, nest √ Isteria v. lorgieanda, adr.√ Contopus triobordsorii corn. √ Melospizwontana, 8 √ Otoceris obv √ Caous arm. corn. √ Scolieafohagus Cyaca -- √ Zorotrichia / √ Petrochilidous can. √ Night hawk, 2 eggs √ Geothlypis trachis / √ Devdroica acateira, √ Lanius ex-- / √ Siprotyte, √ [[?]] verticalis √ Chilida erythroyatis √ pira hudsoerica √ Curleas -- √ Sturuella √ Stellgadoptreyx √ Cugiatilis uociferaus √ Habia melanocephalx 13 √ Cerybaleyon √ Chondistes √ Night heron √
[[underlined]] June 9 [[Heppner?]] Junction [[/underlined]] Bigelovia albicaulis " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] trilifolia " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] 'green' Artemisia tridentata " [[Ditto for: Artemisia]] cana Rhus glabra Cleoma lutea Clematis - vine Oryzopsis membranacea Lithospermum - spring Faselia Hydrophyllum Rumex venosa Mustard - 2 Sarcobatus Grayia Purshia tridentata Cephyllon multiflorum - Oenothera albicaulis Verbena bracteasa [[Krymetzelia?]] circumscissa Polygonum tenue " [[Ditto for: Polygonum]] arviculare Nicotiana attenuata Helianthus annuus Celtis Mock Orange Abronia - [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] June 15 [[/underlined]] Heppiner Bigelovia albicaulis " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] tortifolia " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] - Tetradymia canescens ? Balsamorrhiza 'green' Plantago Lithospermum - spring Clarkia pulchella Hydrophyllum Phaselia circiuita Lupinus - canescent
[[underlined]] June 15 [[/underlined]] Heppner [[strikethrough]] 2 [[/strikethrough]] Camp 9 AM 2250 Oroscoptes 1 killed Spizella breweri, com Pooecetes " [[Ditto for: com]] Tyrannus verticalis Sayornis Salpinctus Falco sparverius Poorwill - Rock Creek. [underlined]] June 16 [[/underlined]] Rock Creek Passerina amoena Hebia melanocephale Colaptes cafer Melanerpes torquatus Icterus bullocki Icteria longicauda Sturnella Scolecophagus Dendroica aestiva Contopus rich. Empidonax Sayornis saya Tyrannus verticalis, nests Merula migratoria propagas Melospiza Epinus tristis Vireo Turdus Pipilo [[end page]] [[start page]] Night Hawk, Falco sparverius Buteo swainsoni Ceryle alcyon Zenaidura Salpinctus Falco mex. or diff Actitis macularia 1 Populus balsamifera Alnus Salix Artemisia tridentata Phaselia circincta Hydrophyllum - Lithospermum - spring Clarkia Alpilaria Bigelovia Tetradymia Mock orange Amelanchier Gilia congesta Heracleum lanatum
[[underlined]] Reptiles & [[/underlined]] C - Bascanion, at Elgin, com. [[Eutanea?]] " " [[Dittos for: Elgin, com.]] " [[Ditto for: [[Eutanea?]] ]] Pendleton, dark " [[Ditto for: [[Eutanea?]] ]] Willows, com. 2 Crotalis " " [[Dittos for: Willows, com.]] 1 Piteophys " " [[Dittos for: Willows, com.]] 1 Frinosoma " " [[Dittos for: Willows, com.]] Scaloporus " " [[Dittos for: Willows, com.]] 4 Frinosoma Heppner " [[Ditto for: com.]] 3 [[Eutanea?]] " " [[Dittos for: Heppner com.]] Piteophys " " [[Dittos for: Heppner com.]] 1 Crotalys Pendleton Crotalis Rock Creek 1 Entanear " [[Ditto for: Rock Creek]] com Piteophys " [[Ditto for: Rock Creek]] 1 seen [[Gharriniotis.?]] " [[Ditto for: Rock Creek]], tracks com, 1 Crotalis, 27 in, S. [[chrysodinus?]] in stomach Crotalis Pine Creek, 3000 feet Scaloporus " [[Ditto for: Pine Creek]] 2700 " [[Ditto for: feet]] Pitrophys John Day R. Scaloporus, 2 species " [[Ditto for: John Day R.]] Bascanion. Cold Springs Camp. Frinosoma Antelope 1 Scaloporus, Primeville, 2 species " [[Ditto for: Scaloporus]] Ochoco R. " [[Ditto for: 2 species]] Crotalis " " [[Dittos for: Ochoco R.]] 1 [[Eutanea?]] 2, Maury Mts. 2 " [[Ditto for: species]] Frinosoma Camp Cn. 1 Crotatis 12 Mile Cr. 1 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] June 17 [[/underlined]] Rock Creek Camp 7:30 2325 Top of ridge 3800 [[Oroscaptis?]] Pipilo chlorurus [[underlined]] Love Rock [[/underlined]] 2800 Steligodopteryx [[Huaundo?]] [[underlined]] Ridge [[/underlined]] 4150 Lost Valley 3600 Ridge 3800 Creek bed Ridge 3900 Fossil 2750 Camp 2950 [[underlined]] June 18 [[/underlined]] Camp 8 2950 Ridge 3750 Crotalis 3000 Sceloporus 2700 [[Paetoppier?]] 2550 Myarchus cinerascens 2 2100 Lunch 2025 John Day R. 1500
[[underlined]] June 18 [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Pine Creek [[/underlined]] & [[underlined]] John Day [[/underlined]] R. Malvastrum no. 66. Oryzopsis [[membranscea?]] Lupinus "pusilloids" no. 65. Phaselia circinata Hydrophyllum No - Lithospermum - spring Polygonum tenue Clarkia Cleome lutea Rhus globra Mockorange - Philadephis lewisii Clematis vine Castilia, - dull whitish Krinitzkia (glomerata?) Gilia - salmon colored Artemisia tridentata Juniperus virginianus Purshia tridentata Biglovia 2 or 3 Sage smelling shrubby mint. Alfilaria Spiraea on rocks Eriogonum "Trichose" [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] June [[/underlined]] 20 Camp. 8:30 1200 Perodipus tracks up 1700 S. [[strikethrough]] beldingi [[/strikethrough]] mollis hoes & tracks at 2100 S. mollis seen at 3250 " [[Ditto for: S. mollis]] seen at 3250 Perodipus tracks up to 2400 [[underlined]] Camp [[/underlined]] 3400 S. mollis 3850 Peak 4125 [[underlined]] June 21 [[/underlined]] Camp 1 P.M. 3500 Summit 3700 Antelope 2600 [[underlined]] June [[/underlined]] 23 Camp near Antelope 2950 Horntoad " [[Ditto for: 2950]] Badger 800 x 120 x 130 [[male symbol]] Trout Creek 2850 Ridge 4200 Camp 3450 Lepus tex. 540 x 83 x 126 ♀ [[female symbol]] [[underlined]] June 24 Camp [[/underlined]] 3250 Perodipus tracks 3200 [[Parcyane?]] track Hay Creek 2800 Perodipus tracks 3250 Pinus ponderosa 3850 Ridge 4000 Prineville 2850
June 27; [[Primerib?]] 2800 Lunch 3900 Camp 4 PM 3250 Ampelis cedrorum 3 Icteria longicauda, com Icterus bullocki, " [[Ditto for: com]] Empidonax, com Merula Sialia arctica Zenaidara abn. Scolacophagus abn. Spizella socialis Night hawk Sturnella Colaptes cafer 1 Tyrannus verticalis com Buteo borealis 1 Mergus americanus 2 [[underlined]] June 28 [[/underlined]] Same camp. Carpodacus cassini 2 Pipilo 1 Cyanocephalus cyano - heard Spizella socialis Pooecetes Myiarchus cinerascens 2 Melospiza com. Salpinctus 1 Dendroica aestiva com. Lanius 1 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Ochoco River, Oregon June 28 - [[/underlined]] Lithospermum - spring Hydrophyllum Physelia circinata Lupinus - like pubescens Nicotiana attenuata Oryzopsis Artemisia tridentata Purshia tridentata Philadelphus lewisi Ribes - like aureum Sage smelling mint shrub Bigelovia a. graveolus " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] tortifolia ? " [[Ditto for: Bigelovia]] green leaved. Juniperus virginianus Pentstemon Roses Willows Ribes cereum Gilia - salmon colored Clarkia Eriogonum 2
[[underlined]] June 29 [[/underlined]] Camp 3300 Rhamnus Circocarpus Lunch 3500 [[underlined]] Maury Mts [[/underlined]] Camp 4700 [[underlined]] June 30 [[/underlined]] Pinus ponderosa Pseudotsuga Larix Abies lasiocarpa Juniperus virginianus Circocarpus ledifolius [[strikethrough]] Cowania Cr. [[/strikethrough]] Pershia tridentata Artemisia tridentata " [[Ditto for: Artemisia]] trifida Betula Shepherdia canadensis Ceanothus velutinus Ribes, musky " [[Ditto for: Ribes]] Balsamorhiza sagittifolia Wyethia amplexicaulis [[Gatia agrigala?]], [[tongsifolia?]] Populus [[trunculoides?]] Prunus virgi - " [[Ditto for: Prunus]] - [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] June 30 [[/underlined]] Maury Mts. Cyanocitta 1 Perasorus Pica corvus heard Sialia arctica Carpodacus cassani com. Juncus " [[Ditto for: com.]] Zenopicus 7 Regulus Contopus richardsoni Merula Parus gambeli Helminthophila celata, 1 & nest Aegialites vocifera Buteo borealis Falco sparverius Sitta biculata Spizella
July 1 Maury Mts. camp 4600 Summit 5400 S. beldingi on S. slope 4900 Grayea 4250 [[underlined]] Camp Creek [[/underlined]] Camp 4250 4200 [[underlined]] July 2 [[/underlined]] Camp 3950 Camp Creek 5500 Ridge Lunch 3950 12 Mile Cr. 4000 [[underlined]] July 3 [[/underlined]] Camp 8, 4000 Perodipus tracks S. mollis S. beldingi L. texianus Orygopsis Sercobatus Bigelovia 3 Artemisia Buck Creek Aneroid busted. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] July 4 [[/underlined]] Buck Cr. Camp. Aneroid set at 4125 Horntoad near timber 4700 6 miles of P. ponderosa Lower edge of timber 4100 Silver Creek 3750 Camp 3725 [[underlined]] July 5 [[/underlined]] Camp 7 3700 [[underlined]] July 8 [[/underlined]] Camp 8:30 3550 Harvey 3650 Up Rattlesnake Cr. Horntoad 9400 P. ponderosa on lime, 4650 Ceanothus velutinus 4400 Kings Mill 5300 Camp 5200 [[underlined]] July 10 [[/underlined]] down to Harvey [[underlined]] July 11 [[/underlined]] Camp 7 6050 Valley 4800 Camp 5050 [[underlined]] July 12 [[/underlined]] Camp 8 5075 Camp on Mts. 7000
[[underlined]] July 13 [[/underlined]] John Day Mts. [[Pricicornis?]] com Carpodacus Cinclus Juncos Sitta Laxia Dendrogapus 7 Sialia arctica com Salpinctus Zonotrichia Turdus m. salicicola Dendrica auduboni Camp 7000 Top of ridge 8000 Strawberry Butte. 9100 [[end page]] [[start page]] John Day Mts. Pinus ponderosa " [[Ditto for: Pinus]] murrayana " [[Ditto for: Pinus]] albicaulis Picea engelmani Abies concolor ? " [[Ditto for: Abies]] lasiocarpa, [[insertion]] 2000 ft + [[/insertion]] at timberline Pseudotsuga Larix occidentalis & Trans. - Populus trimuloides Ceonothus velutinus Lonicera involucrate Pachystima myrcinites Gaultheria [[myrscnites?]] Sambucus Pyrus sambuciphus Vaccinium microphyllum Alnus Salix Ribes lacustre molle Saxifraga punctata
[[underlined]] July 14 [[/underlined]] Down Mts. Grus Bartramia Zenopicus Ammodramus Camp by meadow [[underlined]] July 15 [[/underlined]] Camp 8:30 5100 Silvis R. Valley 4375 Big Valley Lunch 4775 [[underlined]] July 31 [[/underlined]] Warner Mts. Lagomys hay Populus tremuloides Ceanothus velutinus Erriogonum Grass Mint Phasilia Amelanchier Ribes Spirea Lupine Symphorocarpos Linum perrenne [[end page]] [[start page]] Crepis acuminata July 20 Harvey 12 July 21 Burns to Narrows 30 [[underlined]] July 22 [[/underlined]] Narrows to Hoffman's 25 [[underlined]] July 23 [[/underlined]], Up Stein Mtn. 25 [[underlined]] July 24 [[/underlined]] on Stein Mtn. 15 Highest peak 9250 July 25 in Wildhorse gulch 5 [[underlined]] July 26 to [[/underlined]] Andrews 13 [[underlined]] July 27 [[/underlined]] to Shirk 27 [[underlined]] July 28 [[/underlined]] to Beatty Buttes 25 [[underlined]] July 29 [[/underlined]] to Guaro Creek 20 2 [[underlined]] July 30 [[/underlined]] Ft. Warner 15 21 Antelope 500 Sage grouse 3 note voice of S. beldingi [[underlined]] July 31 [[/underlined]] to Plush over Hart Mts, & across Warner Lake 20 [[underlined]] Aug. 1 [[/underlined]] To Deep Creek 20
[[underlined]] Aug. 2 [[/underlined]] Up Warner Mts. 10 [[underlined]] Aug. 3 [[/underlined]] To top of Mts. [[underlined]] Aug. 4 [[/underlined]] To Goose Lake 25 [[underlined]] Aug. 5 [[/underlined]] To Davis Creek 20 [[underlined]] Aug. 6 [[/underlined]] To Devils Garden 22 Aug. 7. To Steele Swamp 25 Arthur Jackson's Ranch Clear Lake. [[underlined]] Aug. 8 [[/underlined]] To Tule Lake, 27 at Carr's Ranch. [[underlined]] Aug. 9 [[/underlined]] To Klamath Falls 30 [[underlined]] Aug. 10 [[/underlined]] At Klamath Falls [[underlined]] Aug. 11 [[/underlined]] to Williamson R. 24 [[underlined]] Aug. 12 [[/underlined]] Ft. Klamath 14 [[underlined]] Aug. 13 [[/underlined]] Crater Lake 22 Dr. Boyd Elmer Applegate, botanist Fred " [[Ditto for: Applegate]] Shoals - Pres. Fay Fuller - V. Pres. Wilber - Sec. Steel Patello [[end page]] [[start page]] Lagomys hay, Crater Lake Vaccinium microphyllum Aquilegia spiciosa Carex Grass Pinus albicaulis Aster Polygonum Tsuga [[underlined]] Aug 23 [[/underlined]] To Glacier Peak 8 [[underlined]] Aug 24 [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Aug 25 [[/underlined]] Past Thielsen 18 [[underlined]] Aug 26 [[/underlined]] To Little Meadows 30 [[underlined]] Aug [[/underlined]] 27. To Pengre's 25 [[underlined]] Aug 28 [[/underlined]] To Paulina Lake 18 [[underlined]] Aug. [[/underlined]] 29 To Farewell [[Bird?]] 27 [[underlined]] Aug. [[/underlined]] 30 Squaw Cr. 22 Aug. 31 Rained all day
Sep. 1. To Matoles R. 30 Sep. 2. Warm Spr. Agency 23 Sep. 3. Simnashu Mission 20 Sep. 4 Waupinita 17 [[underlined]] Sep. 5 [[/underlined]] Camas Prairie 17 [[underlined]] Sep. 6 [[/underlined]] To Yokums 18 Sep. 8. Up Hood 4 Sep. 11. Down to Yokums 4 Sep. 12. To Ashoffs 25 Sep. 13. to Mt. Tabor 31 Sep. 14. to Portland 5 Sep. 15 & 16, to Astoria 98 Sep. 16 to Seaside & back 18 Sep. 17. To Portland 98 Sep. 18 To Moknoma Falls 35 Wilber Colonel Hawkins [[end page]] [[start page]] Topsy Ruman Mrs. Cran Miss Smith Miss Bancroft Horsetail Falls Moknoma " [[Ditto for: Falls]] 530 + 50 Oneonta " [[Ditto for: Falls]] Lateral " [[Ditto for: Falls]] Pillars of Hercules Rooster Rock Castle [[underlined]] Sep. 19 [[/underlined]] To Hood River & up to Cloud Cap Inn [[underlined]] Sep. 20 [[/underlined]] Up Mt. Hood Sep. 21. To the Dalls Sep. 22. To Portland Sep. 23, To Seattle Stopped over night Sep. 24. Mission Junction & up Frozen Canyon Dark Sep. 25. Across Gold Range & Selkirks & to Field in Rocky Mts. dark at Field Mt. Sir Donald & Great Glaciers. The Hermit. Ross Peak, Stephenson
[[underline]] Sep. 26, [[/underline]] daylight west of Medicine Hat. Moose jaw, dark before reaching N. Portal. Sep. 27 On Soo Line Kensel in daylight Elbow Lake, Minn. Ash, Oak, Basswood, Rockford Minneapolis [[underline]] Sep. 28. [[/underline]] Elk River. Oct. 6. Left Elk River [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underline]] Jan. 19. [[/underline]] 1897 Left Washington at 2:15 PM on C&O, Covington, Va. 8:30 PM [[underline]] Jan. 20 [[/underline]] To Ronceverte [[underline]] Jan. 21 [[/underline]] Ronceverte Cardinalis 8 Juncos 100 Zonotrichia 20 Driobates 1 Pileated Wpkr 2 Parus bicolor 4 " [[Ditto for: Parus]] atricapillus com. Sitta, heard. Bonassa 4 Corvus 3 Ampelis cedrorum 12 Tracks of Possum. Skunk, Rabbit, Mink, Squirrel, Foxes [[underline]] To White Sulphur [[/underline]]
1897 Jan. 22 [[underlined]] White Sulphur, [[/underlined]] W. Va. 1922 Juncos com Driobates villosus 2 Pileated Wpkr 2 Sitta carolinensis 3 Parus bicolor 4 " [[Ditto for: Parus]] atricapillus 6 Certhia 1 Carpodacus 5 Bonassa 4 Corvus com. 2 Cyanocitta heard [[underlined]] Jan. 23 [[/underlined]] Juncos Spizella monticolas 4 Troglodytes hyemalis 1 Calendula satrapa 1 Ampelis cedrorum 2 Carpodacus 4 Nyctale acadisa 1 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Jan. 24 [[/underlined]] Sunday Corvus Regulus calendula [[underlined]] Jan. 25 [[/underlined]] Carpodacus Merula 20 Driobates pubescens [[male symbol]] 1 Juncos Spizella borealis Pileated wpkr 1 [[underlined]] Trees [[/underlined]] Sycamore Walnut Butternut Beach Chestnut Hickory Quercus alba Bur oak Chestnut oak Lyreodendron tulipifera Nyssa [[Zylea?]] Ostrea Pinus strobus " [[Ditto for: Pinus]] mitis " [[Ditto for: Pinus]] teda ?
Robinea pseudocassia Rhus staghorn Juniperus virginianus Laurel Rhododendron Gaultheria procumbens Smilax rotundifolia Chimaphila maculata Sphagnum [[end page]] [[start page]] [[blank page]]
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[[image: pencil sketch]] [[image: pencil sketch]] 132.95 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] Expenses [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] 1896 [[/underlined]] May 118.95 June 40.90 July 113.30 Aug. 84.35 Sep. 132.95 Oct. 54.75 Nov. 111.95 Dec. 81.50 [[underlined]] 1897 [[/underlined]] Jan. 112.80 Feb. 75.45 March 85.05 April 64.85
[[underlined]] Memoranda for 1896 [[/underlined]] Prof. Saunders, D'ktr. of Exp. Farm. Canada wants seeds of all perennial plants. C.H.M. (Ottawa) As many as possible. [[line across page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[blank page]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] H.R. Norris, Kipp. Mont, E.E. Westman, Elgin Oregon John Ogden, 421, 8th St. N.E. Mary & Helen Ogden. C.L. Bagg, 67, W. 45th St. N.Y. C.C. Foster, 8 Elmwood Ave. Camb. A.L. Snyder North Evanston. O. Baugs, 240 Beacon St. Boston W.T. Horniday, 69 Wall St. N.Y. J. Burrows, West Park, N.Y. Harrison Allen, 1933 Chestnut St. Phila. Oberholzer, 1505, Howard Ave. Howell 1005, 13th St. Scallie, 808, 2 St. N.E. Nelson, 1818, 9th St. Fisher 1820 9th St. Miss Kennedy, 1632, 15th Daly, 302 Broadway, N.Y. Foster, 8 Elmwood Ave. Brewster 145 Brattle St. May 56 Buckingham. Dr. Mconnell, office 918 N.W. " [[Ditto for: Dr. Mconnel]] house 609, 3 St. Palmer 1121, 12th St. Bachelder, 7 Kirtland St. F.E.L. Beal 1516, Kingman Place Preble 207. 9th St. S.W. Morrison 945, S.W. B. Mordaunt Wilson, 230, C. St. N.W. McM. 207 Main St. Buffalo
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] Streator 487 Preble 586 Bailey 441 Allen 225 Wm. Wagner 207½ Pa. Av. S.E. Distance traveled in 1896 with wagon 562 miles with packs 813 miles by train 7142 miles
( Pulsatila nuttalliania ( Anemone patens 5918 last Cat. No Sep 23, Colton Maynard 1407 15th St. Ogden 313 s10th [[line across page]] B.P. Mann Ereto - [[line across page]] H.P. Gerald Patd. Office For history of Ogden [[line across page]] Schoverling, Daly & Gales 302 Broadway. [[end page]] [[start page]] 1440 x 170 x 435 Adolf Aschoff Marm at Oregon [[line across page]] Mrs. Newman, Matron, Wilsley Miss Mary Hill, Classmate of Louisiana. Marlbury St. Boston 103. [[line across page]] M.C.G. 86. Buckingham St. Cambridge, Mass. [[line across page]] Penadanum Cambri ? [[line across page]] 14th 3181 (?) [[vertically]] 1708 M [[/vertically]]
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