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Isabella Bird
FRSGS FRGS and was elected to Fellowship of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society.(F.R.S.G.S).
Image of Isabella Bird
KamundaganIsabella Lucy Bird
(1831-10-15)15 Oktobre 1831
Boroughbridge, Yorkshire, England
Kagadanan7 Oktobre 1904(1904-10-07) (edad 72)
Melville Street, Edinburgh, Scotland
Lulubngan
Dean cemetery, Edinburgh
NasyunalidadBritish
Iba pang mga ngaranIsabella Bishop
Trabahoexplorer, writer, photographer and naturalist
AgomJohn Bishop (m. 1881)
Mga magurangDora Lawson, Edward Bird

Si Isabella Lucy Bird,Bishop kan kinasal FRGS (Oktobre 15,1831 – Oktobre 7,1904), sarong manggalugad na Briton kan ika-19 na siglo, parasurat[1]litratista,[2] asin naturalista.[3] Kaiba siFanny Jane Butler minukna niya an John Bishop Memorial Hospital sa Srinagar.[4] Siya an enot na babayi na nahalal bilangFellow of the Royal Geographical Society.[5]

Amay na Pagkabuhay[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Kan si Bird pinangaki kan Oktobre 15,1831 at Boroughbridge Hall, Yorkshire,an harong kan saiyang lolahon sa ina asin an paglunas kan saiyang ama pakatapos magkua nin order kan 21. An saiyang mga magurang sina Rev Edward Bird BA (1794–1858) asin an pangaduwang agom na si, Dora Lawson (1803–1866).[1]

Si Isabella Bird sulot an gubing na Manchurian clothing hale sa pagbaklay sa China.
Pamimitagan kan lubingan ni Isabella Bird, Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh
Tore nin orasan na ginibo gamit an pondo na tinao ni Isabella Lucy Bird

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  • "Pen and Pencil Sketches Among The Outer Hebrides". The Leisure Hour. 1866. 
  • Notes on Old Edinburgh (1869)
  • The Proverbs of the New Testament. The Sunday Magazine, October 1871
  • Keble and His Hymns. The Sunday Magazine, December 1872
  • Six Months among the Palm Groves, Coral Reefs and Volcanoes of the Sandwich Islands (1874)
  • Heathenism in the Hawaiian Islands. The Sunday Magazine, July 1875
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  • "The Two Atlantics". The Leisure Hour. September 1876. 
  • "Australia Felix: Impressions of Victoria and Melbourne". The Leisure Hour. March 1877. 
  • A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains. 1879.[6]
  • Notes on Travel. The Leisure Hour, December 1879
  • Unbeaten Tracks in Japan: Travels of a Lady in the Interior of Japan. 1879.[7]
  • "Sketches In The Malay Peninsula". The Leisure Hour. January 1883. 
  • The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1883.[8][9]
  • "A Pilgrimage To Mount Sinai". The Leisure Hour. January 1886. 
  • A Lady's Winter Holiday in Ireland. Murray's Magazine, March 1888
  • Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan. Volume 1. 1891.
  • The Shadow of the Kurd. Contemporary Review, May 1891
  • Among the Tibetans. 1894.[10][11]
  • Korea and Her Neighbours. 1898.[12][13][14][15]
  • The Yangtze Valley and Beyond. 1899.
  • Chinese Pictures: Notes on photographs made in China. New York: C. L. Bowman. 1900.
  • "Notes on Morocco". Monthly Review. 1901. 

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Bishop [Bird, Isabella Lucy (1831–1904)]. Oxford University Press. http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/31904. 
  2. "Isabella Bird (1831–1904)". The John Murray Archive. National Library of Scotland. Archived from the original on 17 March 2014. https://web.archive.org/web/20140317122419/http://digital.nls.uk/jma/who/bird/. Retrieved on 16 March 2014. 
  3. Ogilvie, Marilyn Bailey (1986). Women in science : antiquity through the nineteenth century : a biographical dictionary with annotated bibliography (Reprint. ed.). Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. p. 38. ISBN 9780262650380. 
  4. "Health Care Institutes - John Bishop Memorial Mission Hospital, Kashmir". Diocese of Amritsar. Archived from the original on 26 December 2014. https://web.archive.org/web/20141226192346/http://www.amritsardiocesecni.org/john-bishop-hospital.html. Retrieved on 2015-04-21. 
  5. Mrs Bishop. 
  6. Bird, Isabella (1877). A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountaing. 
  7. Unbeaten Tracks. Volume 1. 
  8. Bird, Isabella (1883). The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither. 
  9. Bird, Isabella. The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither. A Celebration of Women Writers. 
  10. Bird, Isabella (1894). Among the Tibetans (online ed.). Australia: University of Adelaide. 
  11. Bird, Isabella (1894). Among the Tibetans (online ed.). US: Project Gutenberg. 
  12. Bird, Isabella (1898). Korea and Her Neighbours. 
  13. Bird, Isabella (1898). Korea and Her Neighbours. Volume 1. 
  14. Bird, Isabella (1898). Korea and Her Neighbours.  Volume 2
  15. Bird, Isabella (1898). Korea and Her Neighbours. Volume 2.