Title: Upper wing feather arrangement from Coues's Key to North American birds
Creator: Chesek, Craig
Subject: Birds, Birds -- Pictorial works, Birds of North America, North America, Ornithology, Feathers, Rare books, Biology, Anatomy, Feathers
Rights: Information on rights available at the repository
Repository: American Museum of Natural History
Publisher: American Museum of Natural History Research Library
Imprint: Salem [Mass.] Naturalists' agency: New York, Dodd and Mead; [etc., etc.] 1872
Description of Publication: 4 p. l., 361 p. illus., 6 pl. (incl. front.) 28 cm.
Department / Discipline: Ornithology
Date of Publication: 1872
Coverage: North America
Collection Title: Rare Book Collection
Collection Name: Rare Book Collection
Collection Description: The images of the Rare Book Collection highlight some of the art, illustrations, engravings, maps, and sketches from the over 14,000 rare materials housed at the Library. The Museum Library’s Rare Book Collection includes field diaries and scrapbooks, richly illustrated fragile and uniquely bound materials, limited and/or autographed editions; published and unpublished materials with special Museum association; materials of high monetary value; and rare books relevant to natural history, especially in those fields of interest at the Museum. This image collection commences with all of the artwork showcased in Natural Histories: Extraordinary Rare Book Selections from the American Museum of Natural History Library: Essays & Plates, a book edited by the Library’s Director, published in October, 2012.
Call Number: QL681 .C85 1872
Book Title: Key to North American birds; containing a concise account of every species of living and fossil bird at present known from the continent north of the Mexican and United States boundary. Illustrated by 6 steel plates and upwards of 250 woodcuts. By Elliott Coues.