eBook In search of the Highlands: Mapping the Canada-Maine boundary, 1839 : the journals of Featherstonhaugh and Mudge, August to November 1839 download
by George William Featherstonhaugh
Author: George William Featherstonhaugh
Publisher: Acadiensis Press (1988)
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Online version: Featherstonhaugh, George William, 1780-1866. Acadiensis Press, 1988 (OCoLC)645030908.
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Featherstonhaugh, George William, 1780-1866. The early art of the West Riding of Yorkshire : a subject list of extant and lost art including items relevant to early drama by Barbara D. Palmer. by by Barbara D. ISBN: 091872032X (case) ISBN: 0918720338 (paper) Author: Palmer, Barbara D. Publication & Distribution: Kalamazoo, Mich.
Cambridge, MA. Jenish, d'Arcy. Epic Wanderer: David Thompson and the Mapping of the Canadian West. George William Featherstonhaugh. Featherstonhaugh, George William.
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book by George W. Observations Upon the Treaty of Washington, Signed August 9, 1842: With the Treaty Annexed, Together with a Map, to Illustrate the Boundary Line as Established by the Treaty Between Her Majesty's Colo. George W.
I loved these journals (there are actually two, Featherstonhaugh and another guy). Journals are great fun as primary sources, but typically you are left wishing that the authors wrote with a bit more detail, or a bit more emotion, something. Featherstonhaugh is perfect at journalling.
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Source for information on Featherstonhaugh, George William: Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography dictionary. Featherstonhaugh felt the lack of an American journal devoted to geology, and in July 1831 began to issue Monthly A American Journal of Geology and Natural Science. In 1835 Featherstonhaugh was elected a fellow of the Royal Society: later that year he showed he had not forgotten the town where he grew up, sending a donation of £25 to the Scarborough Philosophical Society.
George William Featherstonhaugh FRS /ˈfænˌʃɔː/ (9 April 1780, in London – 28 September 1866, in Le Havre) was a British-American geologist and geographer. He was one of the proposers of the Albany and Schenectady Railroad and was the first geologist to the US government. He surveyed portions of the Louisiana Purchase for the US Government. Born to George and Dorothy Simpson Featherstonhaugh in London, he grew up in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England.
Featherstonhaugh /ˈfænʃɔː/ FAN-shaw (also spelt Fetherstonhaugh and Featherstonehaugh) is an English surname
Featherstonhaugh /ˈfænʃɔː/ FAN-shaw (also spelt Fetherstonhaugh and Featherstonehaugh) is an English surname. The name comes from Featherstonhaugh in Northumberland, from Old English feðere, "feather", stān, "stone", and healh, "corner". Notable people with this surname include: Francis Fetherstonhaugh (c. 1575 – after 1624), an English statesman. Matthew Fetherstonhaugh (1714–1774), an English baron. George William Featherstonhaugh (1780–1866), an English-American geologist.