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Fri Mar 21 17:07:21 2014 UTClccn-nr890131160.00James Lanman papers,0.821.00A discourse, addressed to the citizens of Norwich : on the centennial birthday of George Washington, 1832 /21988939James_Lanmannr 890131162612827lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-sh85074382Landman familylccn-n79003304Faulkner, Williamprtlccn-n87843601Denissen, Christianlccn-n2007165542Shaw, Temperance Harris1709-1796lccn-n50019314Sargent, Epes1813-1880viaf-156416989United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.).lccn-n2007164204Bailey, Nathand. ca. 1813np-lanman, james henryLanman, James Henrylccn-n92043995Gales & SeatonprtLanman, James1767-1841HistoryPictorial worksMichiganGreat LakesConnecticutConstitutional historyUnited StatesAnniversariesFourth of July orationsLanman, James,Washington, George,Yale College (1718-1887)Landman familyFrench AmericansNorth America--Detroit River ValleyFrench-CanadiansJefferson, Thomas,American Revolution (1775-1783)PrivateeringNeal, John,Lincoln, Abraham,EssaysAfrican AmericansWarner, Charles Dudley,Hillard, George Stillman,Stephens, Ann S.--(Ann Sophia),RoadsStedman, Edmund Clarence,Cooke, John Esten,Gallatin, Albert,Halleck, Fitz-Greene,Curtis, George William,Benjamin familySlave tradeGreenwood, Grace,Coit, Daniel,Hayne, Paul Hamilton,Shaw, Temperance Harris,Presidents--ElectionCushing, Thomas H.--(Thomas Humphrey),Welles, Gideon,Decedents' estatesBerington, Joseph,Whipple, Edwin Percy,Lossing, Benson John,LegislatorsChanning, Henry,Hale, Edward Everett,--Sr.,Real propertySavage, William,Clemens, Olivia Langdon,Savage, James,176718411798181818221832183918871907191719761981199920051191727977.4AC1ocn8647131091008ocn062831160com17980.88Lanman, JamesAn oration, pronounced on the twenty-second anniversary of American independence, before the citizens of Norwich42ocn316324813book18321.00Lanman, JamesA discourse, addressed to the citizens of Norwich : on the centennial birthday of George Washington, 183211ocn081441927bookLanman, James[title(s) available in Evans]11ocn671358006com1.00Lanman, JamesAn oration, pronounced on the twenty-second anniversary of American independence, before the citizens of Norwich. By James Lanman, Esquire. ; [Five lines of quotation](dlps) N25583.0001.00111ocn864713109book18180.93ConnecticutA constitution of civil government, for the people of the state of Connecticut, framed by a convention of their delegates, and submitted to the people, for their consideration and adoption. According to the resolve of the General Assembly, passed on the second Thursday of May, A.D. 181811ocn673431069mixLanman, JamesJames Lanman papersWritings by James Lanman, some while a student at Yale. Includes a piece on the life and character of Bonaparte, an address to young ladies, and a Summary of the High and Incontestable Evidences of the Truth of the Christian Religion11ocn635753610book18390.73Lanman, James HHistory of Michigan, civil and topographical : in a compendious form : with a view of the surrounding lakesHistory11ocn061256410book20050.47Lanman, JamesInventory management improvement techniques11ocn080077242book1822United StatesIn Senate of the United States, March 13, 1822. : Mr. Lanman, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, to which the subject was referred, made the following reportHistoryPictorial works01ocn008255800visu1981[Corporal punishment in the schools]Reasons for and against corporal punishment of children in the schools are discussed as well as the difference between punishment and discipline. Research has shown that positive reward trains kids more effectively than punishment does22ocn754617352art19760.10Denissen, ChristianJames LanmanGenealogy11ocn714609531art19990.10Daughters of the American RevolutionLanman, James: Perry CountyHistoryBiographyRegisters11ocn761181169art18870.10Lanman, CharlesLanman, JamesBiographyRegisters11ocn122379585art19170.10Lanman, James : lawyer, United States senator12ocn467178434mix1.00Benjamin, ParkHistoryCorrespondence, manuscripts of poems, and manuscripts of lectures by Benjamin. The correspondence consists of original letters of Benjamin, typescript and photostatic copies of Benjamin letters in other libraries, and letters to Benjamin from some of his literary contemporaries including Paul Hamilton Hayne, Willis Gaylord Clark, John Lothrop Motley, and Fitz-Greene Halleck. Many of the letters relate to Park Benjamin's lecture tours. There are other family letters and many documents relating to the Benjamin family,and two letterbooks of John Lothrop Motley. Also, a large amount of genealogical material of the Benjamin family, and its related families from the 16th century to the present day. There are also financial records, monographs, clippings, and photographs11ocn061159026art19070.10James Lanman11ocn468822170book1.00Perkins, EliasElias Perkins papersHistoryTreatiesRecords and correspondenceDeedsPapers reflecting Perkins's various activities chiefly reflecting his interests as a judge, member of U.S. Congress, and banking and business activitiesFri Mar 21 15:39:07 EDT 2014batch10429