By John James Audubon. This work is an 1840 edition in seven volumes of Audubon’s work describing and illustrating birds in North America. It includes full color illustrations. The college owns two complete editions and a folio reissue with larger illustrations.
By John Coakley, who was an English doctor and entomologist. This work is a catalog of techniques for taking and preserving samples while traveling abroad. It also contains some speculations on natural history.
By Charles Christopher Reiche. The first part of this book covers weather phenomena and topics related to farming, while the second discusses the life-cycles of various animals. The last two discourses concern different forms and causes of atheism.
By William Smellie, who was an encyclopedist involved in the creation of the first edition of Encyclopedia Britannica. This work discusses the life-cycle of animals as it differs across different species.