Natural history of the bee.
Bibliographic Citation:
Natural history of the bee. Providence : H.H. Brown, printer, 1831.
H.H. Brown, printer, 1831.
  • In printed wrapper.
  • Title page vignette.
  • First sentence: "The Queen Bee. The royal insect passes three days in the egg, is five a worm, when the bees close its cell, and it immediately begins to cocoon, which is finished in twenty-four hours."
  • Includes 6 woodcuts.
  • Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: wood engraved frontispiece; 2 other illustrations. Buff pictorial wrappers. Berdan's. Hallowell, Maine. July/82. $18.00. Given to McGill 2001.
Physical Description: and white, 10 x 7 cm.
Chapbook Category:
Geographical Description, Local History and Natural History
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