The gathering and drying of cinchona bark in a Peruvian forest. Wood engraving, by C. Leplante, c. 1867, after Faguet.
- Faguet, Adrienne, active 1827-1846.
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The bark of Cinchona trees (Jesuits bark) is a source of antimalarial quinine, also used in tonic water
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