Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wells, Bertram Whittier, 1884-1978
Currently viewing results 1 - 2
Bertram Whittier Wells taught biology and ecology at North Carolina State University for thirtyâ€“five years. At age thirty-five, Wells was three years older than the university when he began working there in 1919. Since the botany department was in its infancy, he contributed significantly to its development. The Natural Gardens of North Carolina is one of his best-known works.
B. W. Wells found his life's work in a field of wildflowers near Burgaw and changed not only his thinking but also the way we look at North Carolina's landscape.