British Columbia, its History, People, Commerce, Industry and Resources.Published in 1912 by Sells in London,England.
The following is the complete chapter (pages 146-151) that John Davidson created for the book:
1. Nereocystis luctkeana (showing the pear-shaped float and the flat thallus lobes).
2. Characteristic view of the British Columbia coast north of Lund (shows the trees almost in the sea)
3. Carex macrocephala growing on sand dunes at Savary Island
4. A "Plant association" on the sandy shore of Savary Island (lower left corner, Arenaria peploides; centre, Elymus mollis; and on the right of it Lathyrus maritimus).
5. Three flowers and a leaf of the western skunk cabbage.
6. One spathe and spadix of Lysichiton (showing a few of the many beetles found round the base of the spadix when it was removed).
7. A group of "Skunk cabbages" in Stanley Park (the hat in the foreground gives an idea of the size of the plants).1. Smilacina amplexicaulis (Nutt), A natural group on Savary Island.
2. Aquilegia formosa growing amongst Bracken, on bluffs by seashore.
3. Amelanchier alnifolia
4. Sambucus racemosus
5. Removing tree-stumps by blasting.
6. The same tree after the blast.
7. Dandelions succeed native plants on cleared ground. (The effect of clearing off native plants)