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Alexander Walker Scott – Wikipedia
Ash Island series volume 1 Harriet and Helena Scott. In he was nominated to the Legislative Council for life, but he took no part in it and resigned in This page was last edited on 29 Decemberat The Scott collection is conserved in rinpceronte Australian Museum in Sydney.
Australian Dictionary of Biography. At Ash Island the sisters helped their father in his entomological work, collecting, preparing and drying specimens of plants and insects, and also accepted painting, drawing and lithography commissions from Australian naturalists including Gerard KrefftWilliam MacleayThomas Sutcliffe MortEdward Pierson RamsayWilliam Woolls and Ferdinand von Mueller.
He supported the secret ballot and franchise extension. John van Voorst wlexander Alexander Walker Scott it was an entirely collaborative work as its title states. Views Read Edit View history.
A failed entrepreneur, he later became a prominent figure in the commercial establishment of the Newcastle region. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Retrieved from ” https: The Scott sisters became established with the publication of Australian Lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life by Harriet and Helena Scott which illustrated insects in the stages of metamorphosisin the environment in which they lived and fed.
Alexander Walker Scott was a trustee of the Australian Museum —79 and a Fellow of The Entomological Society of New South Walesfounded inas were both Helena and Harriet, though in their case it was honorary, a rare distinction. He lived at Ash Island on the Hunter River with his wife, formerly Harriet Calcott, a seamstress, and his two daughters Harriet — and Helena Scott —both born in Sydney.
A Cambridge Alumni Database. This work, published inwas time-consuming and expensive and publication was delayed for 12 years.
Although published in London: Historical drawings of Moths and Butterflies.
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