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The object of this book is to convey information. The earlier portion will describe the various processes of cul ture, training, and propagation, both in the open ground and in pots; and this will be followed by an account of the various families and groups of the rose, with descriptions Of the best varieties belonging to each. A descriptive list will be added of all the varieties, both Of Old roses and those most recently introduced, which are held in esteem by the experienced cultivators of the present day. The chapter relating to the classification of roses, their family relations, and the manner in which new races have arisen by combinations of two or more Old ones, was suggested by the difficulties of the writer himself at an early period of his rose studies. The want of such explanations, in previous treatises, has left their readers in a state of lamentable perplexity on a subject which might easily have been made sufficiently clear.
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Francis Parkman was born in 1823 to a distinguished Boston family. He enrolled at Harvard College at age sixteen and received a law degree several years later. With his formal education complete, Parkman dedicated himself to his life’s great ambition: writing a history of the American wilderness. His seven-volume work France and England in North America is considered by many to be one of the most brilliant achievements in the genre. He died in 1893.
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