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Source:   The fishes of New-York, described and arranged / by Samuel L. Mitchill. [Literary and Philosophical Society of New York. ....


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1. Single-bearded flying fish; 2. Doubled-bearded flying fish; 3. new_York flying fish; 4. Cloudy Chœtodon; 5. Hippos mackerel; 6. Summer herring of New-York; 7. bony fish or Menhade; 8. Fall hering or alewife of New-York; 10 Red drum or Sciœna Gigas.

Image ID: 412986

1. Single-bearded flying fish; 2. Doubled-bearded flying fish; 3. new_York flying fish; 4. Cloudy Chœtodon; 5. Hippos ma... (1815)

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Image Title

:  1. Single-bearded flying fish; 2. Doubled-bearded flying fish; 3. new_York flying fish; 4. Cloudy Chœtodon; 5. Hippos mackerel; 6. Summer herring of New-York; 7. bony fish or Menhade; 8. Fall hering or alewife of New-York; 10 Red drum or Sciœna Gigas.

Creator

: Anderson, Alexander, 1775-1870 -- Engraver

Additional Name(s)

: Mitchill, Samuel L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831 -- Author

Alternate Source Title

: Literary and Philosophical Society of New York. Transactions.

Medium

: Engravings

Item Physical Description

: 1 print, engraving 29 x 21 cm.

Item/Page/Plate

: Pl. V

Source

: The fishes of New-York, described and arranged / by Samuel L. Mitchill. [Literary and Philosophical Society of New York. Transactions ; v. l, no. 5]

Source Description

: p. 355-492 : plates ; 29 x 22 cm

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Rare Books Division

Catalog Call Number

: Stuart 1300

Digital ID

: 412986

Record ID

: 226634

Digital Item Published

: 7-28-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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