Also known as Juniperus sabina. A species of juniper native to central and southern Europe, as well as western and central Asia.

Branch of Savin Juniper

Also known as Juniperus sabina. A species of juniper native to central and southern Europe, as well…

"Scale-insect. Oyster-shell bark-louse of the apple (Mytilaspis pomorum); male. a, ventral view with wings closed; b, dorsal view with wings expanded; c, scale (line shows natural size); d, leg; f, antennal joint." -Whitney, 1911

Scale Insect

"Scale-insect. Oyster-shell bark-louse of the apple (Mytilaspis pomorum); male. a, ventral view with…

"a, Scales of Chionaspis pinifoliae upon pine-leaves, natural size; b, scale of male, enlarged; c, straight scale of female, enlarged; d, curved scale of female, enlarged." -Whitney, 1911

Pine Needle Scale

"a, Scales of Chionaspis pinifoliae upon pine-leaves, natural size; b, scale of male, enlarged; c, straight…

This plant belongs to the aplaceae.

Pecten-Veneris Scandix

This plant belongs to the aplaceae.

An assortment of scansores sitting in a tree.

Scansores

An assortment of scansores sitting in a tree.

Also known as Quercus coccinea. The branch of a red oak tree native to the eastern United States.

Branch of Scarlet Oak

Also known as Quercus coccinea. The branch of a red oak tree native to the eastern United States.

An illustration of a school and the school's guild chapel with tree in front of it.

School and Guild Chapel

An illustration of a school and the school's guild chapel with tree in front of it.

Also known as Pinus sylvestris. The cones of this tree have a dense hue, and are between 1.5 inches to 2 inches in length.

Cone of the Scots Pine

Also known as Pinus sylvestris. The cones of this tree have a dense hue, and are between 1.5 inches…

The type of an order of trees or brushes known as the Pandancae or Screw-pine order. They are natives of tropical regions, and abound in insular situations, such as the eastern Archipelago.

Screw-pine

The type of an order of trees or brushes known as the Pandancae or Screw-pine order. They are natives…

Also known as Pandanus utilis. It is a tropical tree with an edible fruit. It is native to Madagascar and Mauritius.

Screwpine

Also known as Pandanus utilis. It is a tropical tree with an edible fruit. It is native to Madagascar…

Also known as Coccolobis uvifera. A branch of a Sea Grape plant, native throughout tropical America and the Caribbean.

Branch of Sea Grape

Also known as Coccolobis uvifera. A branch of a Sea Grape plant, native throughout tropical America…

Also known as Alnus maritima. The branch of a Seaside Alder, native to the United States.

Branch of Seaside Alder

Also known as Alnus maritima. The branch of a Seaside Alder, native to the United States.

Also known as Ulmus serotina. A branch of a September Elm tree, native to a select few states in North America.

Branch of September Elm

Also known as Ulmus serotina. A branch of a September Elm tree, native to a select few states in North…

The branch of a Serenoa arborescens, a species of palm tree.

Branch of Serenoa Arborescens

The branch of a Serenoa arborescens, a species of palm tree.

A branch of the Canadian Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis), a shrub or small tree, showing fruit.

Canadian Serviceberry

A branch of the Canadian Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis), a shrub or small tree, showing fruit.

A branch of the Canadian Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis), a shrub or small tree, showing flowers.

Canadian Serviceberry

A branch of the Canadian Serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis), a shrub or small tree, showing flowers.

Also known as Hicoria ovata. The branch of a Shagbark Hickory tree, native to the eastern United States.

Branch of Shagbark Hickory

Also known as Hicoria ovata. The branch of a Shagbark Hickory tree, native to the eastern United States.

Also known as Quercus breviloba. The branch of a Shallow-lobed Oak tree, native to the southern United States and northern Mexico.

Branch of Shallow-Lobed Oak

Also known as Quercus breviloba. The branch of a Shallow-lobed Oak tree, native to the southern United…

Also known as Cupressus macnabiana.

Branch of Shasta Cypress

Also known as Cupressus macnabiana.

Also known as Abies magnifica var. shastensis.

Pine Cone of Shasta Red Fir

Also known as Abies magnifica var. shastensis.

Also known as Hicoria laciniosa. The branch of the Shellbark Hickory tree, native to the midwestern United States.

Branch of Shellbark Hickory

Also known as Hicoria laciniosa. The branch of the Shellbark Hickory tree, native to the midwestern…

Also known as Quercus imbricaria. The branch of a Shingle Oak tree, native primarily to the midwestern North American regions.

Branch of Shingle Oak

Also known as Quercus imbricaria. The branch of a Shingle Oak tree, native primarily to the midwestern…

Also known as Pinus echinata. The pine cone of a Shortleaf Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Shortleaf Pine

Also known as Pinus echinata. The pine cone of a Shortleaf Pine tree.

Also known as Albies alba.

Pine Cone of Silver Fir

Also known as Albies alba.

Silver maple after severe heading back.

Silver maple after severe heading back.

Silver maple after severe heading back.

Silver maple not pruned since setting out.

Silver Maple Not Pruned Since Setting Out.

Silver maple not pruned since setting out.

Silver wattle is the common name of acacia decurrens variation dealbata. The tree is fifty or more feet high. The leaves are silver-gray to light green and grow in thirteen to twenty five pairs on the branches. The pods are wide, smooth, and a rich brown color.

Silver Wattle

Silver wattle is the common name of acacia decurrens variation dealbata. The tree is fifty or more feet…

"Halesia tetraptera. 1. its fruit; 2. a perpendicular; 3. a transverse, section of it." -Lindley, 1853

Carolina Silverbell

"Halesia tetraptera. 1. its fruit; 2. a perpendicular; 3. a transverse, section of it." -Lindley, 1853

Also known as Pinus monophylla. The pine cone of a Single-leaf Pinyon.

Pine Cone of Single-Leaf Pinyon

Also known as Pinus monophylla. The pine cone of a Single-leaf Pinyon.

Also known as Picea sitchensis. The pine cone of the largest species of spruce trees.

Sitka Spruce Pine Cone

Also known as Picea sitchensis. The pine cone of the largest species of spruce trees.

Also known as Salix sitchensis. The branch of a Sitka Willow tree, native to northwestern North America.

Branch of Sitka Willow

Also known as Salix sitchensis. The branch of a Sitka Willow tree, native to northwestern North America.

"Arms of Sixtus IV. and Julius II. (Della Rovere)" — Young, 1901

Sixtus IV

"Arms of Sixtus IV. and Julius II. (Della Rovere)" — Young, 1901

"An abatis formed by felling trees toward the enemy, leaving the butt hanging to the stump, the branches sharpened, is called a slashing." — Moss, 1914

Slashing

"An abatis formed by felling trees toward the enemy, leaving the butt hanging to the stump, the branches…

"Sling the Monkey is a capital game, and can be played anywhere where there are trees. One player who is chosen by lot, takes the part of Monkey, and is fastened to a tolerably high branch of a tree by a strong cord knotted in a 'bowline' loop and passed round his waist. the other players now baste the monkey with knotted handkerchiefs, and he armed in like manner, endeavors to realiate. If he succeeds in striking one of them, he is at once released, and the other takes his place as monkey. He must make haste in doing it, or he may be basted until he is fairly in the loop. With players who don't mind a little buffeting this game becomes exceedingly lively: and active monkey is very different to approach with safety, and, of course, gives much more life to the game. The cord should be just long enough to enable the monkey to reach the ground comfortably under the branch. Half the fun of the game lies in actual slinging of the monkey, one of whose most effective ruses is to throw himself forward on the rope, preend to start off in one direction, and then come back with a swing in the other. The branch to which the cord is attached should be of some considerable height from the ground, or there will not be play enough in the rope; and it need scarcely be impressed upon the reader tha both rope and branch must be strong enough to bear the strain put upon them by the weight and movements of the monkey." — Thomas Sheppard Meek

Sling the Monkey

"Sling the Monkey is a capital game, and can be played anywhere where there are trees. One player who…

Also known as Ulmus fulva. The branch of a Slippery Elm tree, native to eastern North America.

Branch of Slippery Elm

Also known as Ulmus fulva. The branch of a Slippery Elm tree, native to eastern North America.

"Four to five feet long; color yellowishgray, cleaning with a pale golden hue, and dotted with whitish and black; native of Mexico." — -Goodrich, 1859

Golden tree snake

"Four to five feet long; color yellowishgray, cleaning with a pale golden hue, and dotted with whitish…

"Sapindus senegalensis. 1. an expanded flower; 2. a petal; 3. the ovaries before fertilisation; 4. a vertical section of a ripe drupe, showing the embryo." -Lindley, 1853

Soapberry

"Sapindus senegalensis. 1. an expanded flower; 2. a petal; 3. the ovaries before fertilisation; 4. a…

The soui-manga and its nest.

Soui-Manga and Nest

The soui-manga and its nest.

Also known as Malus angustifolia. The branch of a Southern Crabapple tree, native throughout the Southeastern United States.

Branch of Southern Crabapple

Also known as Malus angustifolia. The branch of a Southern Crabapple tree, native throughout the Southeastern…

Also known as Quercus virginiana. The branch of a Southern Live Oak tree, native to the southeastern United States.

Branch of Southern Live Oak

Also known as Quercus virginiana. The branch of a Southern Live Oak tree, native to the southeastern…

Also known as Magnolia grandiflora. The branch and flower of a Southern Magnolia plant, native to the southern United States.

Flower of Southern Magnolia

Also known as Magnolia grandiflora. The branch and flower of a Southern Magnolia plant, native to the…

Also known as Yucca schidigera. A flowering plant that is native to the Mojave Desert in the Western United States.

Branch of Spanish Bayonet

Also known as Yucca schidigera. A flowering plant that is native to the Mojave Desert in the Western…

Also known as Yucca gloriosa. The branch of a Spanish Dagger plant, part of the agave family.

Branch of Spanish Dagger

Also known as Yucca gloriosa. The branch of a Spanish Dagger plant, part of the agave family.

Spanish fir is the common name of <I>Abies pinsapo</I>. Illustrated is the verdure from top to base.

Spanish Fir

Spanish fir is the common name of Abies pinsapo. Illustrated is the verdure from top to base.

Also known as Quercus falcata. The branch of a Spanish Oak tree, naive to the eastern coast of the United States.

Branch of Spanish Oak

Also known as Quercus falcata. The branch of a Spanish Oak tree, naive to the eastern coast of the United…

The Tree Sparrow, Passer montanus, breeds over most of Europe and Siberia, and allied forms occur in other parts of Asia. It has been introduced to Australia, and the United States (where it is known as the Eurasian Tree Sparrow or German Sparrow to differentiate it from the native, unrelated American Tree Sparrow), where German immigrants introduced it to the area around St. Louis in the 1870s. From there, it has slowly expanded its range into Illinois and Missouri. Changes in farming methods have meant that this species is declining in some parts of western Europe.

Tree Sparrow

The Tree Sparrow, Passer montanus, breeds over most of Europe and Siberia, and allied forms occur in…

"The Lime-tree sphinx, <em>Sphinx tiliae</em>, has the wings denticulated and angular; it is nocturnal, and flies heavily." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Lime-tree sphinx

"The Lime-tree sphinx, Sphinx tiliae, has the wings denticulated and angular; it is nocturnal,…

"The common spindle tree (<em>Euonymus europaeus</em>) is a European shrub, which bears glossy lanceolate leaves, and in late spring clusters of small greenish flowers, followed by fruits which become beautifully rose colored."&mdash;Finley, 1917

Spindle tree

"The common spindle tree (Euonymus europaeus) is a European shrub, which bears glossy lanceolate…

Flower of the spindle tree.

Spindle Tree Flower

Flower of the spindle tree.

"Euonymus europaeus. 1. a section of a fruit; 2. a seed enveloped in its aril; 3. a perpendicular section of a seed." -Lindley, 1853

European Spindle

"Euonymus europaeus. 1. a section of a fruit; 2. a seed enveloped in its aril; 3. a perpendicular section…

Also known as Pinus glabra. The pine cone of a Spruce Pine tree.

Pine Cone of Spruce Pine

Also known as Pinus glabra. The pine cone of a Spruce Pine tree.

Norway spruce is the common name of <I>Picea excelsa</I>.

Norway Spruce

Norway spruce is the common name of Picea excelsa.

An illustration of a square and triangles within the square. This is an example of a problem that can be used to fine the distances of two inaccessible objects without measuring elevation and whether on a horizontal plane or not.

Square

An illustration of a square and triangles within the square. This is an example of a problem that can…

Squirrel stealing corn.

Squirrel

Squirrel stealing corn.

A squirrel hiding in a tree from the rain.

Squirrel

A squirrel hiding in a tree from the rain.

A tree squirrel.

Gray Squirrel

A tree squirrel.

An engraving of St. Christopher crossing the river carrying Jesus on his back.

St. Christopher

An engraving of St. Christopher crossing the river carrying Jesus on his back.

A stick.

Stick

A stick.

Also known as Torreya taxifolia. A plant found in the Southeastern United States.

Branch of Stinking Cedar

Also known as Torreya taxifolia. A plant found in the Southeastern United States.

Stone pine and parasol pine are the common names of pinus pinea. The tree grows between fifty and sixty feet tall. This tree is native to the Mediterranean region.

Stone Pine

Stone pine and parasol pine are the common names of pinus pinea. The tree grows between fifty and sixty…