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The papers of Ephraim George Squier, 1841-1848.

Author: E G Squier
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence, business records, manuscripts, a bibliography of Squier's writings (1876), and other papers relating to his diplomatic career, particularly in Honduras, and his interest in archeology and ethnology. Includes material concerning the Honduras Legation at Washington, D.C. (chiefly 1860-63); Squier's service as Honduran consul general (1863-73); the Honduras Interoceanic Railway, Ltd. (1853-70); his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Business records
Manuscripts for publication
Clippings
Named Person: León Alvarado; Henry B Anthony; John Russell Bartlett; Samuel Birch; Joseph Barnard Davis; George R Gliddon; Joseph Henry; José de Marcoleta; Brantz Mayer; Charles Eliot Norton; Josiah Clark Nott; H S Sanford; Buckingham Smith; John C Trautwine; William W Turner; Thomas Wright
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: E G Squier
OCLC Number: 214955710
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Washington, DC : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1975. 14 reels : positive; 35 mm.
Description: ca. 2500 items (4.8 linear ft.)

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Correspondence, business records, manuscripts, a bibliography of Squier's writings (1876), and other papers relating to his diplomatic career, particularly in Honduras, and his interest in archeology and ethnology. Includes material concerning the Honduras Legation at Washington, D.C. (chiefly 1860-63); Squier's service as Honduran consul general (1863-73); the Honduras Interoceanic Railway, Ltd. (1853-70); his diplomatic posts as chargé d'affaires to Central America (1849-58) and U.S. Commissioner to Peru (1863-65); the American Ethnological Society; the New York Anthropological Society; and his numerous writings in the anthropological and ethnological field; together with manuscripts and drafts of articles, chapters from a book on Nicaragua, and his book, "Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley" (1848). Correspondents include León Alvarado, Henry Bowen Anthony, John Russell Bartlett, Samuel Birch, Joseph Barnard Davis, George Robins Gliddon, Joseph Henry, José de Marcoleta, Brantz Mayer, Charles Eliot Norton, Josiah Clarke Nott, Henry Shelton Sanford, Buckingham Smith, John Cresson Trautwine, William Wadden Turner, and Thomas Wright.

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