By Ben A. Smith

The 1st significant paintings to spot the unique iteration of yankee geographers—teachers, writers, surveyors, cartographers, engravers, and others—who made major contributions to the sphere of geography through the early years of the republic. As such, it represents a robust study device for students drawn to studying approximately this workforce and the goods in their labors.A finished and inclusive reference paintings, this booklet depicts the people who engaged within the institution and outline of the USA. It contains details on those who have been excited by actions that resulted in a striking physique of knowledge, maps, and literature of a geographic nature in regards to the kingdom.

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As above—Third edition.  (np).  28cm. 309–366.  23×26cm.  3. 5cm. Brown.  23cm.  Bowditch’s scientific papers; 116–117. Blunt.  Washington: Government Printing Office. 5cm.  Navy Department. 5cm.  287p.  27cm.  As above­ 621–716, 739–945p.  739–949p.  278–289, 415–835p.  429–849p.  429–852p.  386p.  316–319, 387p.  His map of the post roads differs significantly from earlier maps in that it was not copied from other cartographic works.  70–71). 219).  Found by the author in the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina, Columbia.

George. , Ohio… 7 leave, printed on one side.  Although no biographical information or publications, beyond the reference by Pattison, were found, surveyors most certainly contributed to the geographic knowledge of the United States.  After teaching for seven years, poor health caused him to quit and he became a book seller. 75). 5cm. , 13cm.  As above—4th ed.  As above—5th ed. 5cm.  As above—8th ed.  As above—9th ed. , 14cm.  As above—Burlington: Samuel Mills.  Bingham.  As above—14th ed. Goodale.

45×30cm.  Gleason & co. 5cm.  Philadelphia: Young, printer, map.  2 maps. Johnson.  and improved.  As above­ 6th ed.  As above­ 7th ed.  To which is prefixed the important information Page 33 collected by Joseph Jones, a coloured man, lately sent to Liberia, by the Kentucky colonization society, to ascertain the true state of the country—its productions, trade, and commerce—and the situation and prospects of the colonists.  Philadelphia: For sale by Carey & Hart.  24cm.  As above—13th ed.  4°.

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