Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts expedition to French Indo-China

by Outram Bangs

Publisher: Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago

Written in English
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Statementby Outram Bangs and Josselyn van Tyne.
SeriesPublication / Field Museum of Natural History -- 290, Zoological series -- v. 18, no. 3, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- 290, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- v. 18, no. 3
ContributionsVan Tyne, Josselyn, 1902-1957.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL1 .F4 vol. 18, no. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., p. 33-119, iii pl. :
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19343949M

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. A narrative of TR's role in bird preservation which includes factual footage taken on his visit under the auspices of the National Audubon Society to bird sanctuary islands off the coast of Louisiana, June Mating habits and domestic life of snowy egrets and their plunder by hunters are dramatized. Scenes of egrets' nest and the hunt, kill, and plucking of birds serve as the prologue to. A collection of more than specimens were gathered by the Kelley-Roosevelts Expedition of the Field Museum, in unexplored regions of Siam, French Indo-China, and the interior of Southern China. There is good reason to believe that the French National Assembly disregards history in voting additional millions for use in attempting to hold by force its colony of French Indo-China and its.

  French Indochina was the collective name for the French colonial regions of Southeast Asia from colonization in to independence and the subsequent Vietnam Wars of the mids. During the colonial era, French Indochina was made up of Cochin-China, Annam, Cambodia, Tonkin, Kwangchowan, and Laos. In Theodore Roosevelt compiled this list of 93 species of birds that he saw around Washington, D.C., during his presidency. (This is the first page of three. You can see the complete list. The book covers the period from , though only 6 of the book's pages are devoted to the Air War in French Indochina. Even in those 6 pages, the editors managed to reverse the image of a French Catalina. Throughout the book, photos of aircraft that are clearly not in Vietnam are displayed without comment or with inaccurate captions. Delacour, J. and Jabouille, P. () Twenty-one new birds from Indo-China. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club – Delacour, J. () On the birds collected during the fourth expedition to French Indo-China. Ibis (12)5: –, – Warren, R. L. M. () Type-specimens of birds in the British Museum (Natural History). Vol. 1: Non.

South America, one to Africa, and one to French Indo-China. Besides these, there were twelve short trips to various parts of the United States and Mexico, and one return to Alaska for the Government on seal investigation in Dr. Osgood's first professional field work was a trip (P1. I) in the Mt. Shasta.   Video presented by the team of Memetory. France is controversial. Subjected to many defeat jokes and many times forgotten about when it was . tutions. Field expeditions to French Indo-China, British Honduras, Guate-mala, Yucatain, Bahamas, Panami, and Bylot Island, and regular attendance at the meetings of the International Ornithological Congress gave him a broad knowledge of the birds of the world. He became a member of the Wilson Society in and up to the time. The states of Indochina had been French colonies or protectorates since the 19th century. However, in March the Japanese interned all French troops and officials, and turned over all civil government to local authorities. The power vacuum caused by the Japanese surrender allowed the Viet Minh, a strong revolutionary organisation, to be established throughout Vietnam. When the French.

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The War In Indo-China book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Widely acclaimed when it appeared in French inthis fi /5(1). Martin Windrow gives a succint overview of the mostly forgotten Indochina War ofnarrating in brief terms the phases of the war from the French return to the Chinese Communist victory inthat provided the Viet Minh with an active sanctuary providing heavy weapons and training for the creation of higher division-sized battle formations that would attack and destroy the lightly /5(2).

In his article “Franklin Roosevelt and Indochina,” which appeared in a recent issue of The Journal of American History, Professor Hess tells of Roosevelt’s postwar plans for Southeast Asia. During the Second World War the President, hoping to prevent the resumption of French rule in Indochina, formulated a plan to establish an.

1.) First Missionaries in 16th, 17th Century Portuguese, French 2.)France – direct involvement in early 19th century 3.)Conquest of Cochin China, 4.)Tonkin and Annam In the northern-hemisphere summer of Germany rapidly defeated the French Third Republic, and colonial administration of French Indochina (modern-day Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia) passed to the French State (Vichy France).

In September Japanese troops first entered parts of Indochina; and in July Japan extended its control over the whole of French Indochina. French Indochina. A French colony that included Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, but Vietminh captured the fRench fortress of Dien Bien Phy, North was a Communist State, south independent, they wanted to resist of Communism The defeat was so disastrous for the French that they decided to withdraw from Vietnam.

Domino Theory. Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts expedition to French Indo-China, By Outram Bangs and Josselyn Van Tyne. Abstract. vno.3 ( Topics: Birds, Indochina, Kelley-Roosevelt-Field Kelley-Roosevelt-Field Museum expedition, The expedition collected approximately bird skins.

A collection of more than specimens were gathered by the Kelley-Roosevelts Expedition of the Field Museum, in unexplored regions of Siam, French Indo-China, and the interior of Southern China. Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts Expedition to French Indo-China, yhdessä Outram Bangsin kanssa. The Birds of Northern Peten, Guatemala.

The discovery of the nest of the Colima warbler (Vernivora crissalis). Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts expedition to French Indo-China, by Outram Bangs and Josselyn Van Tyne. By Outram Bangs and Josselyn Van Tyne Topics: Birds, Indochina, Kelley-Roosevelt-Field Museum expedition, Josselyn Van Tyne (11 MayPhiladelphia – 30 JanuaryAnn Arbor) was an American ornithologist and museum curator of birds.

A son of the historian Claude H. Van Tyne, Josselyn Van Tyne received his A.B. from Harvard University in and his Ph.D. in from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

He became Assistant Curator of Birds at the U. of Michigan's Museum of .Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts expedition to French Indo-China, by Outram Bangs and Josselyn Van Tyne Chicago Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Description: New York, Thomas Y. Crowell company [c] p. front., illus., plates, ports., map. 23 cm. Notes: Maps on lining-papers. "Our book deals with the work of the [Kelley-Roosevelt-Field museum] expedition in French Indo-China and the first part of it with the division of the expedition which specialized in collecting birds, small mammals, and reptiles in the northern section of.

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Coolidge, jr.]. Delacour, J. () On the birds collected during the fourth expedition to French Indochina. Ibis (12) 5: –– Delacour, J. () Etude systématique de quelques oiseaux nouveaux ou intéressants obtenus par la VIe expédition en Indochine.

Bangs, O. and Van Tyne, J. Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts Expedition to French Indo-China. Field Museum of Natural History,Zoological Series, Vol Number 3: pages with color plate.

Softbound, wraps worn, text in good plus or better condition. Original publication, not a. French Indo-China early interaction In the 17th century the Trihn attempted to penetrate the Nguyen dynasty, but failed and the Nguyen encouraged Vietnamese settlement into lands formerly occupied by the Chams and the Cambodians.

Based on geographic complementarity of congeneric taxa, the 22 species or well-defined subspecies of primates that inhabit Vietnam may be allocated to nine zoogeographic groups (lorises, two; macaques, three; langurs, three; gibbons, one).

Analysis of group distributions reveals two major patterns: (1) four of the six non-macaque groups are essentially restricted to the eastern part of the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bangs, Outram, Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts expedition to French Indo-China.

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Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts Expedition to French Indo-China. Bangs, Outram; Van Tyne, Josselyn. The Pheasants of the. NATIVE BIRD TRAPS OF FRENCH INDO-CHINA By Dr. JOSSELYN VAN TYNE CURATOR OF BIRDS, MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN WHILE collecting birds in French Indo-China in with the Kelley-Roosevelts' expedition I was much im-pressed with the skill and ingenuity shown by the natives in trapping wild birds.

Although certain inherent diffi. Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts expedition to French Indo-China / by Outram Bangs and Josselyn Van Tyne Bangs, Outram, [ Book: ]. Field Mus. Nat. Hist. (Zool. Ser.) Displaying 1 - 10 of 14 results.

Birds of the Kelley-Roosevelts Expedition to French Indo-China. Field Mus. Nat. Hist. (Zool. Ser.) 18(3): 33– Bangs, O. () Birds of western China obtained by the Kelley-Roosevelts Expedition. Catalogue of birds of the Americas and the adjacent islands in Field. "Our book deals with the work of the [Kelley-Roosevelt-Field museum] expedition in French Indo-China and the first part of it with the division of the expedition which specialized specializedin collecting birds, small mammals, and reptiles in the northernsection of this country [by H.J.

Coolidge, jr.]. In late, after Roosevelt had completed his lecture tour, the “Roosevelt-Rondon” expedition got underway. Along with a small army of porters, explorers and scientists, the team also.This narrative history of the French Navy in Indochina from to draws on recently published French language sources, as well as English sources, to create a detailed, highly readable account of the critical first ten years of the year war in the maritime crossroads of Southeast Asia.

Captain Charles W. Koburger, Jr. examines the specific naval organization, equipment, and skills 5/5(1). Paras d'Indochine by Jean-Pierre Pissardy (Soc.

de Production Literraire - SPL- ) 2 volumes. the premier work on French Airborne in Indochina, enjoying a greater degree of respect among French airborne historians than Paul Gaujac's also excellent two volume work by SPL, "Histoire des Parachutistes Francais" both are 5 stars.