Who's who in America, Volumes 2-4

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John William Leonard, Albert Nelson Marquis
Marquis Who's Who, 1906 - United States
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Vols. 28-30 accompanied by separately published parts with title: Indices and necrology.

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Page 163 - Eased upon Actual Experience. By F. DAWIDOWSKY, Technical Chemist. Translated from the German, with extensive additions, including a description of the most Recent American Processes, by WILLIAM T. BRANNT, Graduate of the Royal Agricultural College of Eldena, Prussia.
Page 43 - Runaways, 1899; Senator North, 1900; The Aristocrats, 1901; The Conqueror, 1902; The Splendid Idle Forties, 1902; A Few of Hamilton's Letters, 1903; Rulers of Kings, 1904; The Bell in the Fog...
Page 276 - Report of a Commission Appointed to Consider a General System of Drainage for the Valleys of Mystic, Blackstone and Charles Rivers, 1886 (state publ.); Astronomy from a Dipper, 1909.
Page 366 - Case" of the United States before the tribunal of arbitration at Geneva, and of the intense feeling manifested by the British nation through the press and in Parliament and elsewhere on that subject, I have deemed this case worthy of specific and full report.
Page 201 - Rosa roses; gigantic forms of amaryllls, tigridias, the Shasta Daisy, Giant and Fragrance callas; and various new apples, peaches, nuts, berries and other valuable trees, fruits, flowers, grasses, grains and vegetables.
Page 340 - Boston Soc. Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club. Author: Contributions to the Geology of Eastern Massachusetts, 1880; Common Minerals and Rocks. 1881; Guide to Mineralogy, 1886; Tables for the Determination of Common Minerals.
Page 389 - Mississippi" of West Gulf squadron; commissioned lieutenant, April 19, 1861; in Farragut's squadron which forced the passage of Fort St. Philip and Fort Jackson, April, 1862, and participated in the attack on Fort St. Philip and the subsequent fights with gunboats and ironclads, which gave Farragut possession of New Orleans. In the smoke of the battle of Port Hudson, the "Mississippi...
Page 107 - Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the District Courts of the United States Within the Second Circuit (10 vols.), 1869-1882 B9; also many published addresses.
Page 246 - Inventor and patentee of chem. processes and applications, many of which relate to manufacture of phosphates for dietetic purposes. Fellow AAAS : mem. Soc. Chem. Industry; Am. Chem. Soc., and other scientific socs. Author: Baking Powders; a treatise on their character, method for the determination of the values, etc., with sp'l reference to recent Improvements in phosphate powders, 1899 Lll. Has written several papers, contributions, etc., to various scientific socs. and journals, notably: Commercial...
Page 188 - Bugle Echoes, a collection of poems of the Civil war, Northern and Southern, 1886 S8: also the "Laurel Crowned" series of standard poetry, 1890-92 MS.

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