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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8162 5424
Name: 
Charles B. Cory (Amerikaans ornitholoog (1857-1921))
Charles B. Cory (Ornithologist, amateur golfer)
Charles Barney Cory
Charles Barney Cory (ornitologo e golfista statunitense)
Charles Barney Cory (US-amerikanischer Ornithologe)
Cory, Charles B.
Cory, Charles Barney
Кори, Чарльз Барни
Dates: 
1857-1921
Creation class: 
Language material
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
lyricist
Related names: 
Bartlett, J. C.
Cherrie, George K. (1865-1946)
Cherrie, George Kruck (1865-1946)
Conover, Boardman
Field Museum of Natural History
Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago)
Hellmayr, Carl E. (1878-1944)
Hellmayr, Charles Edward (1878-1944)
Osgood, Wilfred Hudson (1875-1947)
Titles: 
birds of Haiti and San Domingo, The
birds of Illinois and Wisconsin., The
Birds of the Bahama islands; containing many birds new to the islands, and a number of undescribed winter plumages of North American species.
Catalogue of birds of the Americas and the adjacent islands in Field Museum of Natural History : including all species and subspecies known to occur in North America, Mexico, Central America, South America, the West Indies, and islands of the Caribbean Sea, the Galapagos archipelago and other islands which may be included on account of their faunal affinities.
Catalogue of West Indian birds, containing a list of all species known to occur in the Bahama Islands, the Greater Antilles, the Caymans, and the Lesser Antilles, excepting the islands of Tobago and Trinidad
Contribution to the ornithology of San Domingo
dream, A
How to know the shore birds (Limicolæ) of North America (south of Greenland and Alaska) all the species being grouped according to size and color.
Hunting and fishing in Florida.
Montezuma's castle ... 1899
naturalist in the Magdalen Islands giving a description of the islands and list of the birds taken there, A : with other ornithological notes
Notes on little known species of South American birds with descriptions of new subspecies
Southern rambles. Florida.
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VIAF B2Q BAV LAC LC N6I SELIBR SUDOC WKD
BOWKER
NTA