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Berthold Seemann (1825–1871)

Seemann, Berthold (sā’män). A German traveler, naturalist, and author; born in Hanover, Feb. 28, 1825; died in Nicaragua, Oct. 10, 1871. He was naturalist to three exploring expeditions (1846–51), and wrote: ‘Voyage of the Herald,’ and ‘Three Cruises to Arctic Regions in Search of Sir John Franklin’ (1852); ‘Popular History of Palms’ (1855); ‘Account of Mission to Fiji Islands’ (1862); ‘Popular Nomenclature of the American Flora’; and ‘Dottings on the Roadside in Panama, Nicaragua, and Mosquito.’