coal mines in iowa in 1845

A History of the United States Steel Industry - Rodney Ohebsion

The Romance of Steel A History of the Steel Industry by Herbert Newton Casson THE BIRTH OF THE BESSEMER PROCESS. On that bleak November day when Andrew Carnegie was born in a Scottish cottage, the iron and steel makers of America had no more thought of millions than of castles in Spain.

Opium 2 -

This page is an annex to the main Opium page, added because loading time was getting too slow. The table of contents below may jump you to either page, depending on content.

Labor History Chronological Page

Labor Systems of Early America Native American Labor . A short guide to the tribes of North America (site also has a bibliography); Richard Hakluyt Discourse of Western Planting (1584)

The Sunderland Site Page 052 -

1st page about William Doxford & Sons, shipbuilders of Sunderland. Company history and data re 100 Doxford built ships.



Biographies of Civil Engineers, Architects, etc - Steamindex

Biographies of Civil Engineers, Architects, etc. The arrangement is alphabetical (surnames beginning):

History of Sullivan County, Pennsylvania - Genealogy Trails

History of Sullivan County, Pennsylvania Contributed by Nancy Piper [Source: History of Sullivan County Pennsylvania by George Streby]

History of Iowa - Wikipedia

Although Native Americans in the United States have resided in what is now Iowa for 13,000 years, the written history of Iowa begins with the proto-historic accounts of Native Americans by explorers such as Marquette and Joliet in the 1680s.

Pioneer Profile (P) | Southern Alberta Pioneers and their ...

Pace, Fred . Fred Pace, a former member of the NWMP, operated a trading post at Standoff with Jimmy Murray in the 1880s. The post was located 2.5 miles above the junction of the Belly and the Kootenai Rivers.

Who's Who in railroad history - The Rip Track

Allen, John W. (1802-1887) - Cleveland Newburg Railroad 1834, Columbus & Cincinnati Railroad 1845. Allen, Thomas (1813-1882) - President of St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway 1851-__; in 1852 he operated the first steam locomotive to cross the Mississippi River.

Understanding The Victorian Kitchen

The Victorian kitchen was anything but a modern kitchen. Its basic organizing principal was entirely different, which is why it really is not possible to recreate a Victorian kitchen just by adding some Victorian-looking cabinet doors and a few accessories.

Iowa History - Interesting Facts about Iowa

Iowa History. Learn about the fascinating pioneer history of Iowa and its rich immigrant cultural heritage.

Jerry Conley's Website Page 101

This site includes family trees from the Conley, Connelly, Allen, Bennett, Fieldsa, Jensen, Honegger, Honaker and Hitchcock families.

Token & Medal Inventory - Anything Anywhere

home (if you've never been there you really ought to take a look) email Bob Reis POB 26303 Raleigh NC 27611 USA phone: (919) 787-0881 (8:30AM-10:30PM EST only please) how to order

Brookline and Pittsburgh Historical Facts and Remembrances

Historical Facts and Photos Brookline and Pittsburgh - The First 260 Years and Counting (1754 - present)

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RootsWeb - the Internet's oldest and largest FREE genealogical community. An award winning genealogical resource with searchable databases, free Web space, mailing lists, message boards, and more.

Jackson County Michigan History & Genealogy

The following biographical sketches of early settlers and prominent citizens of Blackman township constitute a legitimate and interesting part of the history.

digital history project: Galena Illinois and Its Lead Mines ...

The Farmer-General, M. L'Huiller, sent with these parties La Setter and thirty workmen to explore "the mines at the source of the Mississippi."

World Exonumia MAIL BID SALE 11: Tokens, medals, more! Part A.

EXONUMIA mail bid sale oftokens, medals, Franklin Mint, modern mint, Political, World's Fair, Indian Peace medals, Slave Tags, much more!

North Carolina County Map -

North Carolina County Map. Easy to use map detailing all NC counties. Links to more North Carolina maps as well, including historic North Carolina maps and plat maps.

Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt - Wikipedia

The presidency of Theodore Roosevelt began on September 14, 1901, when he became the 26th President of the United States upon the assassination and death of President William McKinley, and ended on March 4, 1909.