American Geographers, 1784-1812: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide by Ben A. Smith

By Ben A. Smith

The 1st significant paintings to spot the unique new release of yankee geographers—teachers, writers, surveyors, cartographers, engravers, and others—who made major contributions to the sphere of geography throughout the early years of the republic. As such, it represents a strong learn software for students attracted to studying approximately this crew and the goods in their labors.A entire and inclusive reference paintings, this booklet depicts the people who engaged within the institution and outline of the USA. It comprises info on those that have been inquisitive about actions that ended in a amazing physique of data, maps, and literature of a geographic nature concerning the kingdom.

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As above—14th ed. Goodale. , 14cm. 5cm.  Jaffrey, NH: Printed by Salmon Wilder.  Boston.  No other information is to be found about the man.  Scale: 8 miles to an inch.  86–88, 164).  He moved with his family to Providence, Rhode Island where he met and married Ann Phillis Chace.  Blodget served as chaplain on the frigate Deane.  86–88).  New Haven: Engrav’d and printed for William Blodget, by Amos Doolittle at his House in College­street.  Joel Allen, engraver.  Duane.  Guthron provides several examples of Blunt’s maps.

Like many of those who contributed to knowledge of America’s geography, no other publications nor a biography are to be found by or about Cahoone. Blunt.  219).  Engraved by Joseph Callendar and Samuel Hill.  Engravers Joseph Callendar and Samuel Hill.  219).  7–8, 43 & 96).  89X119cm. Scale 1:253, 440.  Engraved by John Norman, (np).  Boston: B. Loring.  Hill.  Boston: John West.  He was a publisher, economist, and greatly contributed to early American geography as an editor and publisher.  He read widely, but appears to only have had the rudiments of formal education.


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