American Environmental Photographs, 1891-1936

Chronology of Field Trip Courses: 1898-1934

1906-1915

1906-07

Botany 36: Field Ecology
2nd term Summer Quarter
Dr. Cowles
In the Summer of 1905 it is likely that this course will be conducted in Scotland

Botany 36: Field Ecology
2nd term Summer Quarter
Dr. Cowles

September 1906

Dr. H. C. Cowles, University of Chicago, will spend the autumn and early winter in Florida studying the Everglades under a grant from the Carnegie Institution.

1907-08

Botany 36: Field Ecology
1st term Summer Quarter: Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia
2nd term Summer Quarter: Alaska
1st term Winter Quarter: Southern Florida
Assistant Professor Cowles

July 1907

Professor Henry Cowles, University of Chicago, left on June 20 with a party of twenty-two students to spend six weeks in Oregon and six weeks in Alaska in ecological studies

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1909-10

Botany 36: Field Ecology
2nd term Summer Quarter: North Shore of Lake Superior
1st term Winter Quarter: Southern Florida
Assistant Professor Cowles

1912-13

Botany 36: Field Ecology
Summer: Given in Quebec in 1912
Associate Professor Cowles or Mr. Fuller

1914-15

Botany 36: Field Ecology
2nd term Summer 1914
Mr. Fuller
Rocky Mountains, Colorado:

  • Leave Chicago July 22
  • Akron, Colorado July 23-27. Agricultural Experiment Station under direction of Superintendent Grace, who together with T. H. Kearney, Dr. L. J. Briggs, and Dr. H. L. Shantz have been for several years engaged in investigating ecological and agricultural problems peculiar to the arid high plains
  • Tolland and Boulder Park, Colorado July 27-August 18 or 19. Five miles from Continental Divide and longest stay of trip where principal work will be done. Visit to Mountain Laboratory of the University of Colorado, director Dr. Francis Ramaley

Botany 36: Field Ecology
2nd term Summer 1914
Mr. Fuller

  • Estes Park, Colorado August 19-23. Hewes-Kirkwood Ranch upon slopes of Long's Peak. A side trip for students who wish to make more extensive studies of alpine and sub-alpine vegetation.
  • Halsey, Nebraska August 26-28. Sand Hills

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