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Henry Ward and John James Audubon, 1831–1837 (2018)


Edwin Henry Ward was a member of the illustrious Ward family of taxidermists. The first reference to Henry Ward was when he boarded the ship Columbia off Portsmouth on 31 July 1831 when he set sail for North America with Lucy and John James Audubon. As a teenager, Henry was already a skilled taxidermist, his ability being appreciated by the bird author John James Audubon. On his return from the USA, Henry established a business in London at a time when owning mounted birds became fashionable.

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Authors & Contributors
Davis, William E., Jr.
Morris, Pat A.
Mearns, Richard
Mearns, Barbara
Taylor, W. Thomas
Beyers, Chris
Archives of Natural History
Book Collector
Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society
William and Mary Quarterly
Reviews in American History
Nuttall Ornithological Club
University of South Carolina Press
North Point/FSG
NMS Publishing
Alfred A. Knopf
Louisiana State University Press
Natural history
Science and art
Audubon, John James
Alder, Anthony
Audubon, Lucy Bakewell
Nice, Margaret Morse
William Smyth
North America: United States; Canada
United States
North America
Queensland (Australia)
19th century
20th century, early
20th century
18th century

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