Who's who in America, Volume 1

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John W. Leonard, Albert Nelson Marquis
Marquis Who's Who, 1899 - United States
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Vols. 28-30 accompanied by separately published parts with title: Indices and necrology.

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Page 79 - as a recognition of the gallant and meritorious services rendered by him in the expedition of 1881-4;
Page 12 - The Blue Grass Region and Other Sketches of Kentucky," "John Gray, a novel," "The Kentucky Cardinal," "Aftermath," 'A Summer in Arcady," "The Choir Invisible," "The Reign of Law," "The Mettle of the Pasture...
Page 67 - Paippalada-Veda, 1901. Contributor to numerous learned journals and reviews on subjects connected with history, religion, mythology, and literature of ancient India; on Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, and comparative grammar; on ethnology and science of religions. Member German Oriental Society; American Oriental Society; American Philological Association; honorary member Royal Bohemian Society, Prague.
Page 178 - 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 238 - The Beginnings of New England; Civil Government in the United States; The War of Independence; The American Revolution; The Discovery of America; United States History for Schools; Life of Edward L.
Page 36 - Historical Introduction to Studies Among the Sedentary Indians of New Mexico...
Page 307 - Frank Nelson, the Runaway Boy; The Soldier's Daughter; Field, Gunboat and Hospital...
Page 340 - Art of the World, illustrated in the paintings, .statuary and architecture of the World's Columbian Exposition,'
Page 312 - Harper was likewise an editor of The Biblical World, The American Journal of Theology, and The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures, all published under the auspices of the University of Chicago.
Page 100 - ... refractor. Became, 1876, connected with Chicago Observatory; afterward was connected with the Lick Observatory, and now prof, practical astronomy, Univ. of Chicago. Became, 1874, fellow Royal Astronomical Soc. of England, and was awarded its gold medal in 1894 for his discovery and measurement of double stars, he having catalogued 1,274 new double stars, a number far exceeding those discovered by any other one observer. He has since published catalogues of many more stars discovered by him.

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