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William Henry Hudson

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Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

William Henry Hudson

Person  Male  Born 4/8/1841  Died 18/8/1922

Categories: Literature, Science

Countries: Argentina

Author, naturalist and ornithologist.  Born on a small ranch, Los Viente-cinco Ombúes, near Quilmes in Buenos Aires province. Came to Britain in 1874 and produced a series of ornothological studies. He was a founding member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. As a novelist, his best known work is the 1904 'Green Mansions'. Died at his home, 40 St Luke's Road, W11.

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W. H. Hudson Memorial

The sculpture represents Rima, the nature-spirit heroine of Hudson's book "Gr...

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William Henry Hudson 1

W H Hudson, writer & naturalist, 1841 - 1922. In commemoration of the 150...

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William Henry Hudson 2

The plaque was erected by Hudson's Friends Society of Quilmes in 1938 and ado...

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