7 edition of address delivered before the New York historical society found in the catalog.
|Contributions||New-York Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F116 .N83|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||02005303|
The semi-centennial of the Buffalo Historical Society, by Buffalo Historical Society () Seneca mission at Buffalo Creek by Howland, Henry Raymond, b () Social life in earlier Buffalo, by Martha Fitch Poole. by Poole, Mrs. Martha (Fitch) (). An address delivered at the celebration by the New York historical society, , of the two hundredth birth day of Mr. William Bradford, who introduced the art of printing into the middle colonies by British America / 5.
Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year (New York: E. Bliss and E. White, ), p. 30, from "An Inaugural Discourse Delivered Before the New York Historical Society by the Honorable Gouverneur Morris on September 4, " Furman’s Address includes discussions of pre-Columbian agriculture, the Norse discovery and settlement of North America, the state of New York as it appeared to its first settlers, the manifest destiny of the United States, the early societies to promote agriculture and scientific invention, the promotion of the potato, the growth of population in America, the developments of water and steam.
An Address Delivered by James McCune Smith, New-York African Free-School Records New York Historical Society. As an adult, James McCune Smith studied medicine in Glasgow, Scotland, after he was denied admission to two medical schools in the United States because of his race. : ALS General John Watts De Peyster [with] "Major-General George H. Thomas, the Annual Address Delivered Before the New York Historical Society, Tuesday Evening, January 5, ": The address to the New York Historical Society, with an autograph note by De Peyster bound in, addressed to William H. Lambert, congratulating Lambert on a recent publication and referring to the .
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John Pintard, founder of the New York Historical Society: An address delivered before the New York Historical Society, December 3, [Wilson, James Grant] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
John Pintard, founder of the New York Historical Society: An address delivered before the New York Historical SocietyAuthor: James Grant Wilson. New York in and in A political study.
An address delivered before the New York historical society on its eighty-seventh anniversary, Tuesday, NovemContributor Names Low, Seth, New-York Historical Society. Created / Published.
The Opening, The Use, And The Future Of Our Domain On This Continent: An Address Delivered Before The New York Historical Society On Its Eighty-second Anniversary, Turesday, Novem [George Edward Ellis, New-York Historical Society] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before Get this from a library.
The old and the new century: an address delivered before the New York Historical Society on its ninety-sixth anniversary, Tuesday, Novem [Marvin R Vincent; New-York Historical Society.]. New-York Historical Society: The life and administration of Richard, earl of Bellomont, governor of the provinces of New York, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, from to an address delivered before the New York Historical Society, at the celebration of its seventy-fifth anniversary, Tuesday, November 18th, / (New York: The.
The moral and intellectual influence of libraries upon social progress. An address delivered before the New York Historical Society Novem by De Peyster, Frederic, ; New-York Historical Society. Get this from a library. John Pintard, founder of the New York Historical Society: an address delivered before the New York Historical Society, December 3.
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AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FEBRU signed first edition Wraps New York. by WEBSTER, Daniel. New York: Press of the Historical Society, First Edition. Wraps. Moderate age toning. Minor wear to wrappers, the front wrapper neatly detached. Vertical crease down center.
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Major-General George H. Thomas: the Annual Address Delivered Before the New York Historical Society January 5,ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in Seller Rating: % positive. An address delivered before the New York Historical Society, Febru by Webster, Daniel, () Address delivered before the superintendents, teachers, and pupils, of the Sunday schools attached to St.
George's Church, in the city of New-York on Sunday, November 9, by Milnor, James, (). Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, Incentives to the study of the ancient period of American history: an address delivered before the New York Historical Society at its forty-second anniversary, 17th November, / (New York: Press of the Historical Society, ), also by New-York Historical Society (page images at HathiTrust).
The New-York Historical Society hosted the event. Abraham Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer revisited the 16th president’s second inaugural address - delivered on March 4th,just six read more. Address of Chief Ruler Daniel Wolff, Delivered at the First Annual and Thirteenth Regular Meeting of the Thirteen Club, (New York Historical Society) [ ] Reply Friday the 13th: A history of superstition - The Apopka Voice says.
EARLY SAG-HARBOR - An Address Delivered Before the Sag-Harbor Historical Society, February 4th, Author Hedges, Hon. Henry P Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Near Fine Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher John H. Hunt Place of Publication Sag Harbor Date published Bookseller catalogs Americana and American Book Edition: First Edition.
Charles Francis Adams Jr. ( – Ma ) was an American author and historian. He was a member of the prominent Adams family, and son of Charles Francis Adams Sr.
He served as a colonel in the Union Army during the American Civil the war, he was a railroad regulator and executive, an author of historical works, and a member of the Massachusetts Park Commission.Published By Order of the Society (Philadelphia: James B.
Chandler, Printer, ) An Address delivered before the Agricultural Society of New Castle County, Delaware, at their annual exhibition held at the Society's farm near Wilmington, Octo (Philadelphia: C.
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