8 edition of The Southern Appalachians found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Jerome Doolittle and the editors of Time-Life Books.|
|Series||The American wilderness|
|LC Classifications||QH104.5.A6 D66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||75027179|
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I visit the Southern Appalachians every spring to hike to waterfalls and photograph wildflowers. I already own several wildflower and waterfall guides for the area, and this book is a great addition to that collection/5(12). The book invites the reader to explore native plants in their wild habitats and offers step-by-step ethical harvesting guidelines while emphasizing conservation issues.
The author is a well-respected medical herbalist and teacher who lives in the mountains of north Georgia. Praise for Medicinal Plants of the Southern by: 1.
Patricia has more than twenty years’ experience as a clinical herbalist and teacher. Her book, Medicinal Plants of the Southern Appalachians () is one of the foremost resources on the topic of regional native plant medicines.
A professional member of the American Herbalists Guild sinceshe has a clinical practice in Clayton, Georgia. New release for April. ISBN (Scroll down for sample images) The result of over two years of field-checking and cartographic work, this large format page book illustrates the diverse terrain and public lands of the Southern Appalachian from Harpers Ferry in the northeast to Springer Mountain and the Little River Canyon in the southwest.
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The Marauders (), his first person account of the Burma Campaign in World War II, may be his best-known work; it was later made into the film Merrill's Marauders ().
His account of his travels along the largely deserted north eastern shore in The/5(3).