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J.D. Graham papers, 1804-1896

Author: J D Graham
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers document the military career of a topographical engineer in the nineteenth century. The collection contains correspondence, reports, maps, and data from astronomical observations created during the surveys of the Northeastern and Mexican boundaries, a review of the Mason-Dixon Line, a project to improve the Great Lakes's harbors, and a survey of the North and North West Lakes. The papers also have  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Maps
Photographs
Pictorial works
Surveys
Named Person: John James Abert; Louis Agassiz; Spencer Fullerton Baird; John Russell Bartlett; John Bull; Lewis Cass; Cornelius E Clifford; William H Emory; D E Goddard; Campbell Graham; J D Graham; William Montrose Graham; William Montrose Graham; Asa Gray; J W Gunnison; Andrew A Humphries; Thos J(Thomas Jefferson) Lee; Stephen H Long; A W Longfellow; J N Macomb; J R Mayer; John McClellan; George Gordon Meade; John O'Donoghue; William R Palmer; W F Raynolds; F Schroeder; George Thom; J M Wampler; Gouverneur Kemble Warren; J D Webster; Amiel Weeks Whipple; T F White; William F Wickham; Graham family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: J D Graham
OCLC Number: 702132881
Description: 26.5 linear ft. (50 boxes, one bound v., one broadside)
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The papers document the military career of a topographical engineer in the nineteenth century. The collection contains correspondence, reports, maps, and data from astronomical observations created during the surveys of the Northeastern and Mexican boundaries, a review of the Mason-Dixon Line, a project to improve the Great Lakes's harbors, and a survey of the North and North West Lakes. The papers also have information on Graham's personal life as well as family members such as his son, William Montrose Graham.

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