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thumb|James Backhouse
See also http://www.parksandgardens.org/further-reading/explore/176-historical-profiles/481-the-backhouse-nursery-of-york-1815-1955 for two other James Backhouse botanists and nursery owners of York.

James Backhouse (8 July 1794 – 20 January 1869) was a botanist and missionary for the Quaker church in Australia. His son, also James Backhouse (1825–1890), was also botanist.Ray Desmond: Dictionary Of British And Irish Botanists And Horticulturists. Talyor & Francis, 1994, , p. 31.

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