The Life of Willbur sic Fisk

He acted on the principle that " That life is long which answers life's great end . " From the effects of this illness Mrs. Fisk thinks he never entirely recovered . In the summer of 1834 Dr. Fisk met with a severe afflic- tion in the ...

Author: Joseph Holdich

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ISBN: BL:A0020185213

Category: Methodist Church

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Pioneer Photographers of the Far West

Wilbur Fisk Bayley ' was born in New Hampshire around 1840 . ... He may have been identical to Wilbur F. Bagley [ sic ] , a daguerreotypist who appeared in Milwaukee , Wisconsin , business directories from 1858 to 1860.

Author: Peter E. Palmquist

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804738831

Category: Photography

Page: 716

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This extraordinarily comprehensive, well-documented, biographical dictionary of some 1,500 photographers (and workers engaged in photographically related pursuits) active in western North America before 1865 is enriched by some 250 illustrations. Far from being simply a reference tool, the book provides a rich trove of fascinating narratives that cover both the professional and personal lives of a colorful cast of characters.

Historical Journal of Massachusetts

... with President Wilbur Fisk ( sic ) [ Fiske became president of Wesleyan University , 1831-39 ] ; and in his class at the ... Further , Park writes : The life of President Adams also illustrates the changes to which an honest mind is ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015079785179

Category: Massachusetts

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Empire of Shadows

Note by W. E. S. (sic, presumably Wilbur Fisk Sanders), Contributions to the Historical Society ofMontana 2 (1896), 268. ... “Reminiscences of Pioneer Life”; Carpenter, The Wonders of Geyser Land; and Weikert, “Journal of the Tour.

Author: George Black

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 9781429989749

Category: History

Page: 560

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"George Black rediscovers the history and lore of one of the planet's most magnificent landscapes. Read Empire of Shadows, and you'll never think of our first—in many ways our greatest—national park in the same way again." —Hampton Sides, author of Blood and Thunder Empire of Shadows is the epic story of the conquest of Yellowstone, a landscape uninhabited, inaccessible and shrouded in myth in the aftermath of the Civil War. In a radical reinterpretation of the nineteenth century West, George Black casts Yellowstone's creation as the culmination of three interwoven strands of history - the passion for exploration, the violence of the Indian Wars and the "civilizing" of the frontier - and charts its course through the lives of those who sought to lay bare its mysteries: Lt. Gustavus Cheyney Doane, a gifted but tormented cavalryman known as "the man who invented Wonderland"; the ambitious former vigilante leader Nathaniel Langford; scientist Ferdinand Hayden, who brought photographer William Henry Jackson and painter Thomas Moran to Yellowstone; and Gen. Phil Sheridan, Civil War hero and architect of the Indian Wars, who finally succeeded in having the new National Park placed under the protection of the US Cavalry. George Black1s Empire of Shadows is a groundbreaking historical account of the origins of America1s majestic national landmark.

Bard of the Bethel

The Life and Times of Boston's Father Taylor, 1793-1871 Wendy Knickerbocker ... Bishops [Elijah] Hedding and [Joshua] Soule, aided by Dr. [Willbur] Fisk, Edward T. Taylor, and other pro-slavery champions of Methodism, ...

Author: Wendy Knickerbocker

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443862325

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 515

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The Rev Edward T. Taylor (1793–1871), better known as Father Taylor, was a former sailor who became a Methodist itinerant preacher in southeastern New England, and then the acclaimed pastor of Boston’s Seamen’s Bethel. Known for his colorful sermons and temperance speeches, Father Taylor was one of the best-known and most popular preachers in Boston during the 1830s–1850s. A proud Methodist, Father Taylor was active within the New England Annual Conference for over fifty years, and there was no corner of New England where he was unknown. His career mirrored the growth of Methodism and the involvement of New England Methodists in the social issues of the time. In Boston, the Seamen’s Bethel was nondenominational, and Unitarians were its primary supporters. Father Taylor was loyal to his benefactors at a time when Unitarianism was controversial. In turn, he was respected and admired by many Unitarians, including Ralph Waldo Emerson. Father Taylor was a sailors’ missionary and reformer, a lively and eloquent preacher, a temperance advocate, an urban minister-at-large, and a champion of religious tolerance. His story is the portrayal of a unique and forceful American character, set against the backdrop of Boston in the age of revival and reform.

The Atlantic Monthly

Wilbur Fisk , by George Prentice . points out the important work done for schools ( Houghton . ) ... and it is a study , Elements of Astronomy , with a Uranography , as well , in the phases of church life of which by Charles A. Young .

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ISBN: UIUC:30112003293583

Category: American literature

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Appleton s Cyclopaedia of American Biography

James Grant Wilson, John Fiske ... “ Life of A. H. Hurd ” ( 1839 ) ; and addresses that were issued in March and July , as- “ Life of Wilbur Fisk ” ( New York , 1842 ) . serted that the accounts of outrages were exagger- HOLE - IN - THE ...

Author: James Grant Wilson

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ISBN: UOM:39015030882321

Category: America

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