2 edition of The Kentucky almanac for the year of our Lord 1815 found in the catalog.
The Kentucky almanac for the year of our Lord 1815
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 51403|
|Contributions||Arnold, James G|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
The last family member on your tree that links in with our family is Marco Polo Funk Born in Harrison Co, IN. The names of the all of the children of Marco are debatable however one of his children is a known relation of ours. The Year Without a Summer would be long remembered. Newspapers in Connecticut decades later reported that old farmers in the state referred to as "eighteen hundred and starve to death." As it happens, the Year Without a Summer would be studied well into the 20th century, and a fairly clear understanding would emerge.
The Confederate States Almanac for the Year of our Lord Being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap Year, the Eighty-sixth of American Independence, & the Second of the Confederate States Nashville, Tenn.: Southern Methodist Publishing House, 32 p. The Farmer’s Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord Salem, Mass.: Printed [by Nathaniel and John Coverly] for, and sold by the booksellers, The Federal Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord, Boston: Printed and sold by J. White and C. Cambridge near Charles River Bridge, The Federal Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord,
- Inspirational women in Kentucky - yesterday and today See more ideas about Yesterday and today, Kentucky and Women.7 pins. THE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE, AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. JANUARY, No. LXVII. THE STATE DEBTS. THE European, and particularly the British journals, are in the habit of speaking of the failure, or rather tempo- rary delay, on the part of some of our State governments to meet the pay- ments of interest due on the loans which they have contracted abroad, as an in- stance of dishonesty.
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Get this from a library. The Kentucky almanac, for the year of our Lord. [James G Arnold;]. Get this from a library. The Kentucky almanac, for the year of our Lord, [James G Arnold;]. The Farmer's almanac, for the year of our Lord [electronic resource] / Calculated for the meridians of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.
By Father Abraham ; Astronomical calculations by John Sharp. The Farmer's almanac, for the year of our Lord [electronic resource] / Calculated for the meridians of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.
[electronic resource] / Calculated for the meridians of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. The second Kentucky almanac, like the first, is known only through an advertisement in the Gazette, which on December' 19,announced the publi cation and sale of an almanac for No Kentucky almanac is recorded as published from that time until The.
The Farmer's almanac, for the year of our LordCalculated for the horizon and meridian of Philadelphia, lat. 39 deg. 57 m. Lon. 75 deg. 10 m. but may serve for either of the towns in the state of Pennsylvania, or the adjacent states without any essential difference.
/ Published: (). Full text of "Confederate States almanac for the year of Our Lord being bissextile, or leap year, and the 4th year of the independence of the Confederate States of America" See other formats m CONFEDERATE STATES KOR T1IK FHAR OF OUR LORD 8 BISSEXTILE, OH LEAP YEAR, AXD THE 4th TEAR F TI1W IKPKrKNDENCB OF THE CONFEDERATE^ STATES OF AMKRIOA.
Full text of "Almanac and year-book for the Reformed Church in the United States" See other formats. List of Books Available in Museum.
This is an attempted listing all of the books available for research at the Museum. Please note that the list was created for this page by using a computer program to transfer the information from a spreadsheet into a data base, and errors may have occurred. Henry Bibb was born a slave in Kentucky in He recounts his sufferings, escapes, recaptures, and unsuccessful attempts to free his family.
Bibb lectured for the Liberty party in Ohio and Michigan during the s and fled to Canada after the Fugitive Slave Act ofas did thousands of other fugitives living in the North. THE REV. JOHN CESLAS FENWICK, O. () Several facts in the life and ancestry of Rev. John Ceslas Fen wick, an American Friar Preacher of whom little if anything has been written, should be of interest to the student of Catholic history in the United States.' 1 The following bibliography has been used in our sketch of the Rev.
John Fen. Scope and Content: This collection contains almanacs from all over the United States, England and Bermuda (1 almanac from England and 1 almanac from Bermuda).Materials in this collection range in date from towith the bulk dating from the 19th century. Some of the almanacs listed are located in the oversized box and are marked accordingly.
For a story similar to the bacon and beans tale, see The New Entertaining Philadelphia Jest-Book, and Cheerful Witty Companion (Philadelphia, ), 80– For other false-rape bawdy humor, see The Kentucky Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord (Lexington, Ky., ), by: (Receive our blog posts in your email by clicking here.
If the author links in this post are broken, please visit our Free PDF Library and click on the author’s page directly. When Charles Hodge entered into glory init seemed that one chapter in the history of Princeton had closed, and a new one was beginning.
The following year, a memorial in honor of Hodge, Samuel Miller and the. The Garland Library of Narratives of North American Indian Captivities Throughout the s, Garland Publishers issued a series of Indian captivity narrative reprints that dated from to Below are the volumes in the series and Cornell University Library's holdings for the titles within each volume.
GEU: Carolina & Georgia almanac, for the year of our Lord being the first after bissextile or leap year, and the latter part of the 65th and beginning of the 66th year of the independence of the United States of America: calculated for the meridian and horizon of Columbia, S.C.
/, also by Thomas Richards, R. Grier, and J. Durelle Boles. Elizabeth married Ezekiel FORGEY, son of James FORGEY and Rebecca CLEMENTS, on 27 February in, Logan County, KentuckyEzekiel was born in in, Burke County, North Carolina. M i. R FORGEY was born about in, Missouri.
The United States Congress is the bicameral legislature of the federal government of the United States, and consists of two chambers: the House of Representatives and the Congress meets in the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Both senators and representatives are chosen through direct election, though vacancies in the Senate may be filled by a gubernatorial : Senate, House of Representatives. Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris, for the Year of Our Lord Baltimore: William Goddard and James Angell, Rare Book and Special Collections Division.
() Benjamin Banneker, born free in Maryland inwas remarkable because of his mechanical and mathematical abilities. The s decade ran from January 1,to Decem The decade was opened with a very hostile political climate around the world.
Napoleon was invading France's neighbours in efforts to build a French Empire, causing a chain of global-scaled conflicts known as the NapoleonicFrance's Napoleonic empire saw its rise and fall through events such as Napoleon's attempts to Centuries: 18th century, 19th century, 20th century.
Tecumseh (/ t ɪ ˈ k ʌ m s ə, t ɪ ˈ k ʌ m s i / ti-KUM-sə, ti-KUM-see; March – October 5, ) was a Native American Shawnee warrior and chief, who became the primary leader of a large, multi-tribal confederacy in the early 19th century. Born in the Ohio Country (present-day Ohio), and growing up during the American Revolutionary War and the Northwest Indian War, Tecumseh was Battles/wars: Northwest Indian War, Tecumseh's .Laws of the State of Missouri, Passed at the First Session of the Ninth General Assembly, Begun and Held at the City of Jefferson, on Monday, the Twenty-First Day of November, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-Six.
2nd ed. St. Louis: Chambers and Knapp, The mission hymnal as adopted by the General convention at Cincinnati in the year of our Lordwith additional hymns and chants as authorized by the General convention at New York in the year of our Lord (Chicago, Published by The Biglow & Main Co., ), by .