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Sweet Auburn: The Magazine of the Friends of Mount Auburn

Mount Auburn as a Natural Habitat

Published on in “History”, language — English. 16 pages.
Winter 2006. In this issue: Mount Auburn as a Natural Habitat and Wildlife Refuge, Notables: Charles Eliot and Harriet Lawrence Hemenway, Spring Bloom: The poetry of Christopher Pearse Cranch, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Maria White Lowell, N.P. Willis, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow with photos by Janet Heywood, Enjoying Birds in the Months Ahead by Bob Stymeist, Janet Heywood Retires, Volunteer Profile: Effie and Joyce, Flora and Friendship More
Published biannually, Sweet Auburn is an exploration and celebration of the many facets of Mount Auburn Cemetery. Topics covered in the magazine include art, architecture, biography, burial and commemoration, conservation, design, ecology, education, history, horticulture, genealogy, preservation, and wildlife. More

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