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JONSSON, Páll.

(1857 – 1930)

(Born: Helgastaðir, Eyjafjarðarsýsla, Iceland, 2 February 1857; Died: 24 May 1930) Icelandic poet & naturalist.

Jónsson was educated in Iceland and worked as an instructor in Akureyri.

Biographical references: Hermannsson, H. "Icelandic authors of to-day," Islandica, 6 (1913), pp. xiv, 69. SBA: Scandinavian Biographical Archive: A-245, 329. WBI.

Ágrip, 1883

1. Icelandic, 1883 [First edition].
Ágrip | Af | Náttúrusögu | handa althýðu | eptir | Pál Jónsson. | I. hepti. | Mannfræði. | [rule] | Akureyri | {\'U}tgefandi: Frb. Steinsson. | 1883.

8°: x, 240 p.

Rare. Jónsson's Popular Manual of Natural History of Iceland treats all aspects of that island's remarkable environment, including much on geology and some mineralogy.

Bibliographical references: BL. NUC.

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