Index to Sturtevant's History of Vegetables

I learned a lot by working through this  series of articles published in American Naturalist!
If you are not familiar with E. Lewis Sturtevant my post 1860 - A Good Mind - Dr. E. Lewis Sturtevant gives my reasons for following the man.

1887 - Part 1 - African Valerian to Anise;   original with footnotes.
1887 - Part 2 - Aracacha to Asparagus Bean;   original with footnotes.
1887 - Part 3 - Australian Spinage to Bean;   original with footnotes.1887 - Part 4 - Beet to Burnet;   original with footnotes.
1887 - Part 5 - Cabbage to Carrots;  original with footnotes.
1887 - Part 6 - Caterpillars to Chicory;   original with footnotes.1887 - Part 7 - Chinese Cabbage to Corn Salad;  original with footnotes.
1887 - Part 8 - Costmary to Earth-nut;   original with footnotes.
1887 - Part 9 - Egg-Plant to Evening Primrose;   original with footnotes. 1887 - Part 10 - Fennel to Hyssop;   original with footnotes.
1887 - Part 11 - Ice Plant to Kale;   original with footnotes.
1888 -Part 12 -Kohl-rabi to Lettuce;   original with footnotes.
1888 - Part 13 - Lima Beans to Mustard; original with footnotes
1890 - Part 14 -Nasturtium to Parsnip; original with footnotes 1890 - Part 15 - Parsnip Chervil to Pepperoriginal with footnotes.
1890 - Part 16 - Portugal Cabbage to Rocambole; original with footnotes1890 - Part 17 - Rocket Salad to Sea Kale ;   original with footnotes.   1890 - Part 18a - Skirret to "Squash, Pumpkin, Gourd";  original with footnotes
1890 - Part 18b - Squash, Pumpkin and Gourdoriginal with footnotes.
1891 - Part 19 - Stachys to Tomato;   original with footnotes.
1891 - Part 20 - Tomato (cont.) to Turnip;  original with footnotes.