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She remained there until , spending a total of almost 30 years teaching in the public school system. Dean became a passionate naturalist and conservationist after teaching. One of her projects in the s was the campaign to have the U. Bankhead National Forest , she was awarded a prize from the National Audubon Society for conservation education; she was the first person from Alabama to receive such an award. Dean was inspired to write several books on Alabama's zoology and botany by her frustration with the lack of books available on the subject. Dean died in , aged 88, from complications caused by a major stroke.

Dean Scholarship Fund and named its Birmingham chapter after Dean.

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Notes on noteworthy records of Carex Cyperaceae from the southeastern United States. Sida MacDonald, and R. Notes on Carex Cyperaceae with C. Texas 4: Buckley, S. Descriptions of some new species of plants. Description of several new species of plants. Philadelphia — Quercus durandii , Buckley. Bussey, M. Flora of Cheaha State Park. Byrd, T. New vascular plant records for Alabama. Phytoneuron 1—5. Cabell, P.

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Report on the botany of Dallas County. Caddell, G. Plant resources, archeological plant remains, and prehistoric plant-use patterns in the central Tombigbee River Valley. Alabama Mus. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U. Campbell, J. Seymour, Jr. Towards a revision of the Rudbeckia fulgida complex Asteraceae , with description of a new species from the blacklands of southern USA. Carter, R.

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    Clark, R. Andrachne phyllanthoides Nuttall Muell. A distributional study of the woody plants of Alabama. The woody plants of Alabama. Missouri Bot.

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    Cocks, R. Catalogue of trees growing naturally in the vicinity of Sardis, Dallas County, Alabama. Arnold Arbor. Croker, T. Challenge of the branch-bottoms in the longleaf forests of south Alabama. Cronquist, A. Vascular flora of the southeastern United States, Vol. North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill. Crouch, V. The herbaceous-layer plant community in group selection openings and surrounding hardwood forest in a Tombigbee River floodplain, Choctaw County, Alabama.

    Floristics of a bottomland forest and adjacent uplands near the Tombigbee River, Choctaw County, Alabama. Dattilo, A. Draba ramosissima Brassicaceae new to Alabama.