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    Sally Kittredge Reeves
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    186 pages
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An introduction by Sally Kittredge Reeves gives historical context to the translation that follows .

An introduction by Sally Kittredge Reeves gives historical context to the translation that follows, detailingthe author's reasons for coming to America and his struggles to make a new life, his employment at and eventual ownership of a bookstore in New Orleans, and his reasons for compiling the Nouveau Jardinier and publishing it in Francophile New Orleans. Reeves's discussion of the New Orleans publishing world offers telling details about book production and bookselling at the time. Written over 150 years ago, Jacques-Felix Lelievre's "New Louisiana Gardener" offers.

Originally published in 1838, Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane, by Jacques-Felix Leli�vre, was the first of only two books on Louisiana gardening to be written in the nineteenth century. An introduction by Sally Kittredge Reeves gives historical context to the translation that follows, detailing the author's reasons for coming to America and his struggles to make a new life, his employment at and eventual ownership of a bookstore in New Orleans, and his reasons for compiling Nouveau Jardinier and publishing it in Francophile New Orleans.

New Louisiana gardener. Publication, Distribution, et. Baton Rouge. Louisiana State University Press, (c)2001. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Jacques-Felix Lelievre's New Louisiana gardener, translated, with an introduction, by Sally Kittredge Reeves.

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PNG. PNG. Ico Icns PNG. Originally published in 1838, Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane, by Jacques-Felix Leli vre, was the first of only two books on Louisiana gardening to be written in the nineteenth century

New Louisiana Gardener. Originally published in 1838, Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane, by Jacques-Felix Leli vre, was the first of only two books on Louisiana gardening to be written in the nineteenth century. The book drew upon the confident spirit of eighteenth-century Enlightenment France, forming a bridge from the writings of French horticulturalists to an American audience.

Jacques-Felix Lelievre's New Louisiana Gardender Originally published in 1838, Nouveau Jardinier de la. .New Louisiana Gardner by Jacques-Felix Lelievre & trans.

Jacques-Felix Lelievre's New Louisiana Gardender Originally published in 1838, Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane, by Jacques-Felix Leli vre, was the first o.Lelievre Jacques Felix - AbeBooks. New Louisiana Gardner by Jacques-Felix Lelievre & trans Jacques-Felix Lelièvre's New Louisiana Gardener by Sally Kittredge. The Hardcover of the Jacques-Felix Lelièvre's New Louisiana Gardener by Sally Kittredge Reeves at Barnes & Noble

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Originally published in 1838, Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane, by Jacques-Felix Lelièvre, was the first of only two books on Louisiana gardening to be written in the nineteenth century. The book drew upon the confident spirit of eighteenth-century Enlightenment France, forming a bridge from the writings of French horticulturalists to an American audience. Optimistic, ambitious, and progressive, the guide urged gardeners to manage nature by acclimating new species and constantly improving native ones through the application of innovative scientific techniques. Now available in English for the first time as New Louisiana Gardener, this charming period piece and path breaking work can be enjoyed once again by gardening enthusiasts and historians alike.An introduction by Sally Kittredge Reeves gives historical context to the translation that follows, detailing the author's reasons for coming to America and his struggles to make a new life, his employment at and eventual ownership of a bookstore in New Orleans, and his reasons for compiling Nouveau Jardinier and publishing it in Francophile New Orleans.Written over 150 years ago, New Louisiana Gardener offers today's gardener a refreshing connection with other gardening enthusiasts across time. Here, in this delightful historical gem, modern cultivators can escape their fertilizers and tillers and rediscover for a moment the joy of facing Mother Nature with little more than a well-educated pruning knife and a hoe.