Issues of Chinquapin

Chinquapin is the Newsletter of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Society and is published four times a year. It has now become an extremely important means of communication with and for the members. It carries sections on letters to the editor, endowment news, wild ideas, botanical gardens, notes on specific plants, botanical excursions and other topics. The name Chinquapin is the Indian name for Castanea pumila (L.) Miller, the dwarf chestnut, a smaller member of the genus Castanea inhabiting dry woods and thickets.

Editor
Dr. Joe Pollard
Department of Biology
Furman University
3300 Poinsett Highway
Greenville, SC 29613
864-294-3244
Joe.pollard@furman.edu

If you are not a member and would like a free copy of the current issue Chinquapin sent to you, please e-mail your name and address to Charles Horn at charles.horn@newberry.edu, or send him a note at Biology Department, Newberry College, 2100 College St., Newberry, SC 29108.

Volume Year Term Type File
22 2014 Summer
22 2014 Spring
21 2013 Winter
21 2013 Fall
21 2013 Summer
21 2013 Spring
20 2012 Winter
20 2012 Fall
20 2012 Summer
20 2012 Spring
19 2011 Winter
19 2011 Fall
19 2011 Summer
19 2011 Spring
18 2010 Spring One issue for year
17 2009 Fall Includes winter issue
17 2009 Summer
17 2009 Spring
16 2008 Winter
16 2008 Fall
16 2008 Summer
16 2008 Spring
15 2007 Winter
15 2007 Fall
15 2007 Summer
15 2007 Spring
14 2006 Winter
14 2006 Winter Bus Mtn Minutes
14 2006 Fall
14 2006 Fall Core Res Grant
14 2006 Summer
14 2006 Spring
14 2006 Spring NEBC Field Trip
13 2005 Winter
13 2005 Winter Core Res Grant
13 2005 Fall
13 2005 Fall Bus Mtn Minutes
13 2005 Summer
13 2005 Spring
13 2005 Spring Radford Obituary
12 2004 Winter
12 2004 Winter Core Res Grant
12 2004 Fall
12 2004 Summer
12 2004 Summer Bus Mtn Minutes
12 2004 Spring
11 2003 Winter
11 2003 Fall
11 2003 Fall Bus Mtn Minutes
11 2003 Fall Core Res Grant