The genera of North American birds: and a synopsis of the species found within the territory of the United States.
J. Seymour, New York, 1828.
-128, -451 p., 23 cm.
Notes: Offprints extracted from the Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York. Appeared in v.2 of the Annals (1828), p. 7-128, 293-451. Reference: Ellis Coll., 314. Hill copy 1: Four additional essays by Bonaparte bound in at end: Additions to the Ornithology of the United States (4 p.; reprinted from the Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, v. 5, 1825); On a new species of duck, described by Wilson as the same with the Anas fuligula of Europe ( p.; reprinted from the same, v.3, 1824); Supplement to the Genera of North American birds, and to the Synopsis of the species found within the territory of the United States (6 p.; reprinted from the Zoological Journal, v.3, 1827); and Supplement to an Account of four species of stormy petrel (7-8 p.). Binder: Stikeman & Co.