Complete Bibliography

Bibliography

1942 Illinois State Museum

Books

1941 BIRDS IN YOUR BACKYARD. ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM POPULAR SCIENCE SERIES, VOL. 2.SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

1951 ILLINOIS WILD FLOWERS. PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOHN VOSS. ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM POPULAR SCIENCE SERIES, VOL. 3.SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

1953 THREE RIVERS SOUTH: A STORY OF YOUNG ABE LINCOLN. ILLUSTRATIONS BY THOMAS HART BENTON. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1955 BUFFALO TRACE: THE STORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S ANCESTORS. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MANNING DE V. LEE. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1956 OUT OF THE WILDERNESS: YOUNG ABE LINCOLN GROWS UP. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MANNING DE V. LEE. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1957 MISSISSIPPI CALLING. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MANNING DE V. LEE. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1958 WITH A TASK BEFORE ME: ABRAHAM LINCOLN LEAVES SPRINGFIELD. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MANNING DE V. LEE. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1959 NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM: THE STORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN IN THE WHITE HOUSE. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MANNING DE V. LEE. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

RIVER WORLD:  WILDLIFE OF THE MISSISSIPPI.   ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1960 DELTA QUEEN: THE STORY OF A STEAMBOAT. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MANNING DE V. LEE. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

LAND OF THE SNOWSHOE HARE. PHOTOGRAPHS BY THE AUTHOR. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1961 LOUIS JOLLIET: EXPLORER OF RIVERS. MAPS BY JAMES MACDONALD. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1962 MEN, BIRDS, AND ADVENTURE: THE THRILLING STORY OF THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICAN BIRDS. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

WONDERS OF THE RIVERS. ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1963 GEORGE SHANNON: YOUNG EXPLORER WITH LEWIS AND CLARK. ILLUSTRATIONS BY MANNING DE V. LEE. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

JOURNEYS IN GREEN PLACES: THE SHORES AND WOODS OF WISCONSIN’S DOOR PENINSULA. PHOTOGRAPHS AND DRAWINGS BY THE AUTHOR. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1965 TALL TREES AND FAR HORIZONS: ADVENTURES AND DISCOVERIES OF EARLY BOTANISTS IN AMERICA. PHOTOGRAPHS, MAPS, AND DRAWINGS BY THE AUTHOR. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1966 OF MEN AND RIVERS: ADVENTURES AND DISCOVERIES ALONG AMERICAN WATERWAYS. PHOTOGRAPHS AND MAPS BY THE AUTHOR. NEW YORK: DODD, MEAD.

1967 ESSAYS ON NATURE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF SELECTED WRITINGS FROM THE LIVING MUSEUM. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED AFTER THE AUTHOR’S DEATH. SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

BOOKLETS

1943 THE STORY OF ILLINOIS: INDIAN AND PIONEER. ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM STORY OF ILLINOIS SERIES, NO. 1. SPRINGFIELD:ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

ILLINOIS MAMMALS TODAY AND YESTERDAY.  ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM STORY OF ILLINOIS SERIES, NO. 2. SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

1945 EXPLORING FOR MUSHROOMS. ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM STORY OF ILLINOIS SERIES, NO. 3.SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

1947 FLOWERS THAT BLOOM IN THE SPRING. ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM STORY OF ILLINOIS SERIES, NO. 4. SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

1948 INVITATION TO BIRDS: A FEW OF THE COMMON BIRDS OF ILLINOIS. ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. ILLINOIS STATEMUSEUM STORY OF ILLINOIS SERIES, NO. 5. SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM.

1957 THE GEARING: A DIARY OF THE WEEK OF MAY 19-25, 1957. ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. MADISON: WISCONSINFARM BUREAU.

1961 LOG OF THE S.S. DELTA QUEEN, CINCINNATI TO KENTUCKY LAKE AND KENTUCKY LAKE TO CHATTANOOGA. CINCINNATI: GREENE LINE STEAMERS, INC.

1964? LOG OF THE STEAMBOAT DELTA QUEEN, CINCINNATI TO NEW ORLEANS. CINCINNATI: GREENE LINE STEAMERS, INC.

PERIODICALS EDITED

1934 ILLINOIS ARBOR AND BIRD DAYS. COMPILED BY VIRGINIA COTTET SNIDER. CIRCULAR 275. SPRINGFIELD: ILLINOIS SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

1932- NATURE  NEWS.   A   WEEKLY   MIMEOGRAPHED   PAPER   WRITTEN   AND 1936 PUBLISHED BY VIRGINIA COTTET SNIDER. VOL. 1, NO. 1, APRIL 14, 1932 – VOL. 5, NO. 13, SEPTEMBER 17, 1936.

1939- THE LIVING MUSEUM. A MONTHLY PUBLICATION WRITTEN AND EDITED 1966 BY VIRGINIA S. EIFERT. SPRINGFIELD:ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM. VOL. 1, NO. 1, MAY 1939 – VOL. 28, NO. 3, JULY 1966.

ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS

1934 “HURRAH’S NESTS AND PROTHONOTARIES.” ARBOR AND BIRD DAYS, PP. 27-28.

“THOSE WHO LOVE A TREE.” ARBOR AND BIRD DAYS, PP. 6-7.

1935 “WINTER VACATION – A TRAVELOG.” THE AMERICAN MOTOR TRAVELER, NOV., PP. 3-6

1936 “THE TUMBLE BUG ROLLS THE WORLD.” NATURE NOTES, VOL. 2, NO. 4, OCT., P. 72.

1937 “THE ANCIENT ART OF BEAUTIFICATION,” NATURAL HISTORY, VOL. 40, NO. 4, NOV., PP. 663-675, 700.

“ANCIENT BEAUTY SECRETS.” LITERARY DIGEST, VOL. 124, DEC., PP. 26-27.

“DIATOMS AND THAT ‘FISH ODOR.’ ” NATURE NOTES, VOL. 4, NO. 5, NOV., PP. 92-94.

“THE SPRING POND.” NATURE NOTES, VOL. 3, NO. 3, MAR., PP. 52-55.

1938 “BIRDS.” SPRINGFIELD NATURE LEAGUE BULLETIN, VOL. 1, NO. 2, FEB., PP.’ 4-5.

“THE BIRD ALEXANDER WILSON FOUND.” NATURE NOTES, VOL. 5, NO. 5, MAY, PP. 116-117.

“GEESE ON THE WING.” NATURE NOTES, VOL. 5, NO. 8, OCT., PP. 184-186.

“REPORT OF THE BIRD GROUP.” SPRINGFIELD NATURE LEAGUE BULLETIN, VOL. 1, NO. 1, JAN., PP. 4-5.

“SPRING SONG.” SPRINGFIELD NATURE LEAGUE BULLETIN, VOL. 1, NO. 2, FEB., PP. 3-4.

“THE STORY OF ORCHIDS.” NATURAL HISTORY, VOL. 42, NO. 3, OCT., PP. 185-194.

“THE STORY OF SPICES.” NATURAL HISTORY, VOL. 41, NO. 3, MAR., PP. 214-222.

“TWO CRESTED GREY BIRDS.” SPRINGFIELD NATURE LEAGUE BULLETIN, VOL. L, NO. 2, FEB., P. 2.

 

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