|Author:||Increase Allen Lapham|
|Title:||Antiquities of Wisconsin As Surveyed and Described (Antiquities of the New World, V. 4)|
|Format:||rtf txt docx azw|
|ePUB size:||1701 kb|
|FB2 size:||1621 kb|
|DJVU size:||1975 kb|
|Publisher:||Ams Pr Inc (June 1, 1955)|
The antiquities of Wisconsin : as surveyed and described. The antiquities of Wisconsin : as surveyed and described. by Lapham, Increase Allen, 1811-1875. cn. Publication date 1855. Publisher Washington : Smithsonian Institution. Collection university pittsburgh; americana. Digitizing sponsor University of Pittsburgh Library System. Contributor University of Pittsburgh Library System.
Increase Allen Lapham (March 7, 1811 – September 14, 1875) was an author, scientist, and naturalist. Born in Palmyra, New York, his family moved to Pennsylvania, back to New York, to Ohio then to Louisville, Kentucky (1827–1830) then back to Ohio while his father, Seneca Lapham, worked on the canals in various locations. Lapham was of entirely English ancestry, all of which had been in what is now the United States since the early 1600s
The antiquities of wisconsin, As surveyed and described. By. I. a. lapham CIVIL engineer, et. on behalf of the american antiquarian society. Published by the smithsonian institution, washington . The Lapham Library Project sought to identify, locate and preserve the extant volumes of Increase Lapham's library which was acquired by the University of Wisconsin in 1876. It was funded by the University of Wisconsin - Madison General Library System from November 1998 through June 2000. Rob Nurre conceived of the Lapham Library Project and served.
New here ? Join Us.
History of Wisconsin. Books about Wisconsin. 1855 books from the United States.
Home All Categories The Antiquities of Wisconsin : As Surveyed and Described (1865). ISBN13: 9781498185585. The Antiquities of Wisconsin : As Surveyed and Described (1865).
Madison, 1867) (page images at HathiTrust).
The Antiquities of Wisconsin: As Surveyed and Described (1855). by Increase Allen Lapham. Wisconsin: Its Geography and Topography, History, Geology, and Mineralogy: Together with Brief Sketches of Its Antiquities, Natural History, Soil, Productions, Population, and Government. by Incerase Allen 1811-1875 Lapham. Temporarily out of stock.
Increase A. Lapham, Increase Allen Lapham March 7, 1811 – September 14, 1875 was an author, scientist, and naturalist12 Contents 1 Biography 2 Honors 3 Selected work. Lapham, I A The Antiquities of Wisconsin, as surveyed and described by I A Lapham, Civil Engineer, etc, on behalf of the American Antiquarian Society Washington, D C: The Smithsonian Institution, June 1855 copy copy. Lapham, I A On the Man-shaped Mounds of Wisconsin Report and Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin for the years 1857 and 1858, v 4, 1859, pp 365–368 copy. Lapham, I A Opening an Ancient Mound Near Madison, Wisconsin Milwaukee Daily Sentinel, January 2, 1860 Reprinted in the Wisconsin Archeologist, v 14, n 3, September 1915, pp 85–87.
Antiquities of Wisconsin book. First published in 1855 and long out of print, The Antiquities of Wisconsin remains invaluable as a detailed record of Wisconsin’s rich archaeological heritage of mounds and mound groups, many of which were later destroyed by farming and urban growth