Author:Henry Baker Tristram

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Henry Baker Tristram
(1822–1906)
FRS; English clergyman, Biblical scholar, traveller and ornithologist.
Henry Baker Tristram

Works[edit]

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

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.