Mark Catesby’s The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands was the first published book to provide illustrations and descriptions of North American flora and fauna. It contained 220 plates of birds, fish, insects, plants, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, mostly etched by Catesby himself, who visited the region from 1722 to 1726. It was originally issued in 11 sections, which were sold by subscription from 1734-1747, and later republished as a two-volume set.
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Mark Catesby : “The Bull-frog, Lady’s Slipper of Pennsylvania” (1771)
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