Botanist. Born– Esslingen, Germany, December 28, 1824. Parents– Louis M. and Dorothea Mohr. Married– Sophia Roemer, 1852. Children– Five. Education– Polytechnic School, Stuttgart, 1845. Employed as a chemist, Brunn, Austria, 1847-1848; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1848; gold rush, California, 1849; farmer, Indiana, 1850; pharmaceutical business, Louisville, Ky., 1852; Mobile, Ala., 1857; survey of forests, Gulf States, 1880; botanist, Geological Survey of Alabana, 1884; University of Alabama, 1880; Division of Forestry, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1892; Baltimore Herbarium, Ashville, N.C., 1900.


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