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Henry L. Abbot family papers

Abbot, Henry L.

Henry L. Abbot family papers

by Abbot, Henry L.

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Correspondence,
  • Gettysburg, Battle of, Gettysburg, Pa., 1863,
  • African American Participation,
  • United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln),
  • Social life and customs,
  • Fortification,
  • Politics and government,
  • Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861,
  • Peninsular Campaign, 1862,
  • Campaigns,
  • United States,
  • Artillery operations,
  • Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815,
  • Margaret (Ship),
  • Ordnance and ordnance stores,
  • United States. Army,
  • Technology,
  • United States. Army. Corps of Engineers,
  • Causes,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination2,000 9 3 1 5.6
    Number of Pages2000
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25207524M
    LC Control Number2002084936

    Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection At the American Antiquarian Society BIB Abbot, J. Genealogy Abbot, J.G. Abbot, Nehemiah Abbott, A. A. Abbott, Charles. The Colles family papers contain extensive correspondence, diaries, financial records, photographs, and personal miscellany of three generations of the Colles family, Over half of the collection is devoted to the papers of prominent New York City and New Orleans merchant James Colles (), and his granddaughter, the artist.

    Edward Charles "Teddy Blue" Abbott was born Decem , in Cranwich Hall, Norfolk County, England. In , he came to the United States with his father, J.B. Abbott. They went to Texas, eventually purchased a cattle herd, and drove it north to Nebraska.   ~Frederick, VA 14 Jun ~ Cacapon Stream, Hampshire, West Virginia, 6x Great Grandfather Henry Enoch and his family, along with other families, were the early settlers in Hampshire County, Virginia, which now also encompasses West Virginia as well. The Enochs were early frontiersman who were also involved the French and Indian Wars and.

    Joseph Henry (), educator, investigator in physics, and first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, was born in Albany, New York, on Decem , to William and Ann Alexander Henry. He obtained a minimal education in Galway, where he lived for a time with his mother's brother, and in Albany. Henry Enochs () Elizabeth Ross () 6X Great Grandparents Henry Enochs () Birth • Frederick, Virginia Death 14 JUN • Cacapon Stream, Hampshire Parents: Henry Enoch () Susannah Friend () Elizabeth Ross Birth • Bucks, Pennsylvania Death • Hampshire, West Virginia Parents: William Ross ( .


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Henry L. Abbot family papers by Abbot, Henry L. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Henry Larcom Abbot (Aug – October 1, ) was a military engineer and career officer in the United States served in the Union Army during the American Civil War and was appointed brevet brigadier general of volunteers for his contributions in engineering and artillery.

In he received additional brevet appointments as major general of volunteers Commands held: 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Henry L. Abbot. A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Abbot, Henry L.: Report Upon the Physics and Hydraulics of the Mississippi River; Upon the Protection of the Alluvial Region Against Overflow; and Upon the Deepening of the Mouths (Philadelphia: J.

Lippincott and Co., ), also by A. Humphreys (page images. Abbot's business associates included John Lathrop, Leonard A. Jones, Charles L. Colby, Gardner Colby, William Wallace Crapo, Henry F.

Spencer, Frederick Abbot, Frederick Weil, and his sons Philip Stanley and Edwin Hale Abbot, Jr. Law editor of the Boston Daily Advertiser from untilAbbot was also a contributor to the North American.

Henry L. Abbot family papers, Correspondence, memoirs, diaries, writings, photographs, legal and financial records, biographical and genealogical material, military records, ships logs, maps, printed matter, mementos, and other papers primarily documenting Henry L. A Cleveland Abbe papers, Henry L.

Abbot family papers, The collection consists of letters Abbot wrote to his parents injournals kept during his survey work of in California and Oregon, and various books of field notes and celestial observations taken for the survey.

Also included is an address given at the launching of the Liberty ship, Henry L. Abbot. Arthur family. Arthur family papers, Arthur family. Charles Pinkerton collection of Arthur and Herndon family papers, Arthur family papers.

Arthur family papers, Arthur Gleason papers, Arthur J. Goldberg papers, Arthur J. Morris papers, Arthur Mann papers, The Henry P.

Binney family papers, Cunningham family papers, Davenport family papers, Joseph H. Hayward family papers, and Mary M. Wakefield papers originally formed one large collection at the Wakefield Estate in Milton, Mass.

Before the papers were deposited at the MHS, they were separated into these five separate but closely related. Almost 'before the ink was dry,' this book was being hailed as one of the Top Civil War books of all time.

Drawn from the collection of Abbott letters at the Houghton Library, Harvard, Fallen Leaves is the single best introduction to the ethos of the 20th MA, as it was laid down and lived out by one of the finest young officers in the Union.

Abstract: The Abbot family papers consist of letters written to Charles Abbot from his wife and family members in Warren, Rhode Island, describing their lives and the development of Abbot's daughter, Grace.

Abbott family papers -- (bulk ) Creator: Abbott, Tracy Extent: linear feet Abstract: The Abbott family papers. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE. Robert Sengstacke Abbott. Robert Sengstacke Abbott (November 28 or 29, Febru ) was born in Frederica, St.

Simon’s Island, Georgia, the second child of Thomas Abbott (?) and Flora Butler Abbott (). Henry Abbot (died 4 July ) was an English layman, himself a convert from the Church of England, who was executed at York for the alleged attempt to convert someone to the Catholic Church, which had been declared an act of treason under the Penal Laws enacted under Queen Elizabeth is considered a martyr for the faith by the Catholic Church, which has beatified Beatified: 15 DecemberVatican City, by.

Edwin Hale Abbot family papers. Edwin Hale Abbot family papers — Series I: CORRESPONDENCE, — Series II: LETTERPRESS COPYBOOKS, — Series III: BUSINESS PAPERS, — Series IV: VOLUMES, — Series V: MAPS, BLUEPRINTS, AND DRAWINGS,— Series VI: FINANCIAL.

Abbot family papers -- Creator: Abbot, Charles W. Extent: 2 linear feet Abstract: The Abbot family papers consist of letters written to Charles Abbot from his wife and family members in Warren, Rhode Island, describing their lives and the development of Abbot's daughter, Grace. Abbott family papers -- (bulk ).

EDWARD STANLEY ABBOT was born at Boston, Octoand was the son of Joseph Hale and Fanny Ellingwood (Larcom) Abbot. He was fitted for college partly at the Boston Latin School, the private Latin School of E. Dixwell, Esq., and Phillips Exeter Academy, and partly by an older : Central Cemetery, Beverly, Essex.

Thomas Lincoln Casey Letterbook (), Thomas Lincoln Casey to [Henry L.] Abbot, Octo (1) Thomas Lincoln Casey Letterbook (), Thomas Lincoln Casey to [Henry L.] Abbot, Octo (2) Thomas Lincoln Casey Letterbook (), Thomas Lincoln Casey to [Henry L.] Abbot, Octo Margaret Sartor photographs and papers, Master of Fine Arts in Experimental and Documentary Arts collection, McNair Evans photographs, HENRY LARCOM ABBOT ABBOT Joseph Hale Abbot married,Fanny Elling-wood Larcom () of Beverly, Essex County, Massa-chusetts.

She was the daughter of Captain Henry Larcom, and a granddaughter of Nathan Dane, LL. D., of the Conti-nental Congressframer of the famous "OrdinanceFile Size: 1MB. The Henry Cabot Lodge papers span the years and consist of microfilm reels (P) of materials of Henry Cabot Lodge (), historian, Congressman, and United States senator.

The Lodge papers are arranged in roughly the order in which they were received from Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. Series 3 (Family papers) offers a minimal perspective on the life of Joshua Humphreys, who designed the U.S.S.

Constitution, with a small selection of accounts and papers related to shipping. More significantly represented in series 3 is A. Humphreys's son, Henry, who served under his father during the Civil War, and continued on to a. The Liberty C. Abbott family papers contain the records of the Abbott family, including a large amount of correspondence, much of it with family and friends but there are political and business letters also.

In addition, there are records of Liberty Abbott’s business activities.ABBOT, JULIA M., PAPERS, MS. Letters from Mrs. Julia M. Abbot of Frederick to Dr. S. S. Gibson about Barbara Fritchie and her famous confrontation with Gen.

Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson during the Civil War. 5 items, ABELL PAPERS, MS Correspondence of Walter W. Abell with Arthur Cochrane.EDWARD STANLEY ABBOT. Second Lieutenant 17th United States Infantry, Novem ; First Lieutenant, Ap; died July 8,of wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2.

EDWARD STANLEY ABBOT was born at Boston, Octoand was the son of Joseph Hale and Fanny Ellingwood (Larcom) s: Fanny Ellingwood Abbot, Joseph Hale Abbot.