Author:Henry Baker Tristram

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Henry Baker Tristram
FRS; English clergyman, Biblical scholar, traveller and ornithologist.
Henry Baker Tristram


  • The Great Sahara (1860) external link
  • The land of Israel, a journal of travels with reference to its physical history (1865) external link
  • The Natural History of the Bible (1867) external link
  • The topography of the Holy Land (1871) external link
  • The seven golden candlesticks, (1871) external link
  • Scenes in the East, (1872) (short work) external link
  • The Daughters of Syria (1872)
  • The land of Moab; travels and discoveries on the east side of the Dead sea and the Jordan (1873) external link
  • Wild flowers of the Holy Land, (1876) external link
  • The Land of Israel: A Journal of Travels in Palestine, (1876) external link
  • Pathways of Palestine (1882)
  • The Fauna and Flora of Palestine (1884) external link
  • Catalogue of a collection of birds, 1889 external link
  • Eastern Customs in Bible Lands (1894) external link
  • Rambles in Japan (1895) external link

Works about Tristam[edit]

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