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Fri Mar 21 17:11:22 2014 UTClccn-n800978540.00Office of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. : New York, Feb. 25th, 1863. The trustees respectfully and most cordially invite you to attend the course of lectures on the American Revolution, which will be delivered by Prof. George Washington Greene0.731.00Letter : Washington, D.C., to [George Washington] Greene, n.p.,32378124George_Washington_Greenen 80097854478839Greene, George W.Washington Greene, Georgelccn-n79119124Greene, Nathanael1742-1786lccn-n80051828Addison, Joseph1672-1719lccn-n00036173Smith, William1813-1893lccn-nr92015421De Kalb, Johann1721-1780lccn-n50023974Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard AugustinBaron von1730-1794lccn-n92065229Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79005645Irving, Washington1783-1859lccn-n50029722Hurd, Richard1720-1808lccn-n2001062537Internet Archive (Firm)lccn-n80076367Charles EdwardPrince, grandson of James II, King of England1720-1788Greene, George Washington1811-1883PeriodicalsHistoryBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceSourcesNewspapersSatireConversation and phrase booksGreat BritainPolitical scienceEnglish essaysUnited StatesAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Greene, Nathanael,GreeceSteele, Richard,--Sir,Spectator (London, England : 1711)De Kalb, Johann,Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin,--Baron von,GeneralsEnglish literatureItalian literatureItalySteele, RichardRhode IslandIrving, Washington,EnglandCharles Edward,--Prince, grandson of James II, King of England,LibrariesAddison, Joseph,Cooper, James Fenimore,Hurd, Richard,French languageMiddle AgesArtistsAuthors, AmericanUnited States.--Continental ArmyCivilizationNewspapersIntellectual lifeGreene, George Washington,French language--GrammarParnell, Thomas,Budgell, Eustace,Martin, Henry,Henley, John,Tickell, Thomas,Grove, Henry,Hughes, John,Pearce, Zachary,Lindsay, Vachel,Crawford, Thomas,Sumner, Charles,Cole, Thomas,English periodicalsEssaysManners and customsPublic 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.66Greene, George WashingtonHistorical view of the American RevolutionHistory+-+446154996632467232ocn011547488book18460.66Greene, George WashingtonThe life of Nathanael Greene, major-general in the army of the revolutionHistoryBiography42871ocn001456662book18540.81Smith, WilliamA history of Greece, from earliest times to the Roman conquest. With supplementary chapters on the history of literature and artHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc29927ocn005620850book18530.73Addison, JosephThe works of the Right Honourable Joseph AddisonRecords and correspondence21919ocn002212358book18660.90Greene, George WashingtonNathanael Greene. An examination of some statements concerning Major-General Greene, in the ninth volume of Bancroft's History of the United States19211ocn000948903book18760.63Greene, George WashingtonThe German element in the war of American independenceHistory"The following pages make no pretension to original research. They are founded on the admirable monographs of Doctor Friedrich Kapp, for many years an honored member of the New York bar and now an active member of the Imperial Assembly of his native Germany. During his residence in the United States, Doctor Kapp made special studies in the history of the Germans in America, and especially of those whose names have passed into American history. The result was the lives of Steuben and Kalb, and the history of those unfortunate men whose blood was shed to gratify the avarice of their sovereign; one of the darkest chapters in the lhistory of wicked rulers"--Pref1377ocn000312845book18500.84Greene, George WashingtonHistorical studiesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc1198ocn001690854book18600.92Greene, George WashingtonBiographical studiesBiography1164ocn003219076book18770.56Greene, George WashingtonA short history of Rhode IslandHistory879ocn367919873book18490.86Greene, George WashingtonA discourse delivered before the Rhode-Island historical society, on the evening of Thursday, February 1, 1849History619ocn007880566book18580.79Addison, JosephWorks, including the whole contents of Bp. Hurd's edition : withletters and other pieces not found in any previous collection ; and Macaulay's essay on his life and works5916ocn015724376book18500.79Ollendorff, H. GOllendorff's new method of learning to read, write, and speak the French language, or, First lessons in French, introductory to Ollendorf's larger grammarConversation and phrase books543ocn003679092book18750.63Addison, JosephThe SpectatorHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsNewspapersSourcesSatireA DVD-ROM containing scans of 60 original issues of The Spectator, published in the early 18th century in London, England. The scans are unaltered, uncompressed TIFF files. DVD-ROM also includes a list of the 60 issues in a Microsoft Word file, an author list for all issues of The Spectator in 4 TIFF files, a technical note about the scanning in a Microsoft Word file443ocn000168539book18760.53Addison, JosephThe Tatler and the Guardian373ocn004871236book18600.92Washington Irving. Mr. Bryant's address on his life and genius. Addresses by Everett, Bancroft, Longfellow, Felton, Aspinwall, King, Francis, Greene. Mr. Allibone's Sketch of his life and works. With eight photographs286ocn326002289book18570.84Addison, JosephAddison's Spectator284ocn011671359book18510.76Greene, George WashingtonHistory and geography of the middle ages : for colleges and schools (chiefly from the French)206ocn793635593book18500.95Greene, George WashingtonHistory of the Middle Ages for colleges and schools154ocn793583732com18570.92Greene, George WashingtonHistory and geography of the Middle Ages for colleges and schools : chiefly from the French131ocn045161397book19920.06Greene, George WashingtonWhy ghosts like Halloween41ocn773309457book20110.10Novak, Richard FTopping the dome : art and politics during the construction of the Capitol dome ; a historic novel based on the actual events as they unfolded from 1835-1863FictionIn 1835, Thomas Crawford leaves America to study sculpture in Rome under the world's premier sculptor. This true story takes him back and forth between the ancient Capitol of Rome and the new Capitol of America, Washington, D.C. Art and politics collide as his patrons in America struggle to have his work accepted by a Congress bitterly divided over the issue of slavery. Crawford would eventually create more sculpture for the Capitol than any other sculptor. With the country at war, Abraham Lincoln refuses to halt the construction of the Capitol, and Crawford's greatest work, the statue of Freedom, is placed on the Capitol Dome in the midst of the Civil War, December 2, 1863. Three other men, Charles Sumner, a staunch abolitionist, Senator, and ideologue, Clark Mills, a self-taught sculptor and opportunist, and the supervisor of construction of the Capitol, Captain Montgomery C. Meigs, an autocratic achiever, play major roles in this confrontation between art and politics and the success of Thomas Crawford. The careers of these amazing men, in their own way, mirror Crawford's during this tumultuous period leading up to the Civil War31ocn013246367book18670.95Greene, George WashingtonHistory of the Middle Ages for colleges and schools22ocn054004133book18731.00Sumner, CharlesAutograph letter signed : Washington, D.C., to [George Washington] Greene, n.p22ocn054004126book18701.00Sumner, CharlesLetter : Washington, D.C., to [George Washington] Greene, n.pAutograph letter signed. Refers to "Anthony's chances."22ocn054004121book18691.00Sumner, CharlesAutograph letter signed : Washington, D.C., to [George Washington] Greene, n.p22ocn082558065book18481.00Sumner, CharlesAutograph letter signed : Boston, to [George Washington] Greene, n.p22ocn078528419book18681.00Sumner, CharlesLetter : Washington, D.C., to [George Washington] Greene, n.pAutograph letter signed. Refers to Greene's work on General [Nathanael] Greene11ocn159844103art19080.10Cornell UniversityGreene, George WashingtonRegisters11ocn647931337book18621.00Greene, George WashingtonLetter, Newburgh, N.Y., to Comte Adolphe Marie Pierre de CircourtHistoryGreene introduces a friend, and comments on the state of the American Civil War11ocn460006373book1978McPartland, Martha RA bridge in time11ocn702180365mix1.00Wright, NathaliaNathalia Wright collection of Greenough family correspondenceCollection of letters from sculptor Horatio Greenough and Greenough family members to Hiram Powers and others. There are letters from Horatio Greenough to George Bancroft, William Cullen Bryant, Joseph Green Cogswell, James Fenimore Cooper, Charles Folsom, Robert Gilmor, George Washington Greene, John Gorham Palfrey, James Kirke Paulding, Powers, Edward Elbridge Salisbury, Charles Sumner, and Richard Henry Wilde. Some letters discuss sculptural works and plans for works, including both the bust of Lafayette, done in 1931, and a statue of George Washington in Union Square, New York. In addition to the outgoing letters from Horatio, there are letters to Powers from Henry Greenough, Richard S. Greenough, and Louisa (Gore) Greenough, and from Henry Greenough to Samuel Swett11ocn003939823book1.00Wayland, FrancisLetters, 1831 February 22-1863 October 16, Providence, to George Ticknor, BostonHistorySourcesAsks for information on forming an Athenaeum in Providence; G.W. Greene is seeking a teaching position; personal news; mentions attempts to erect a monument to Roger Williams; Boston is changing11ocn849920809mix1.00Cole, ThomasThomas Cole lettersA letter to Asher B. Durand [frame 479] requesting a canvas; a letter to an unidentified person describing the view of Schroon Lake, which he had painted in 1838; and a letter to George W. Greene, American consul, Rome, in which Cole describes his arrival back in the U.S., his upcoming painting plans, and the American scenery (especially the Catskills); he disparages the public praise of Hiram Powers, reacts to criticism of Albert B. Thorwaldson, discusses Thomas P. Rossiter's troubles in Rome, and other topics11ocn060951695book1863Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and ArtOffice of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. : New York, Feb. 25th, 1863. The trustees respectfully and most cordially invite you to attend the course of lectures on the American Revolution, which will be delivered by Prof. George Washington Greene11ocn647809752mix1.00Longfellow, Henry WadsworthLetters of Henry Wadsworth LongfellowIn a letter, 1878 September 26, H.W. Longfellow, Cambridge, writes to J.R. Osgood expressing doubts about the possible success of a "Birth Day Book" and saying he doesn't know how many volumes he will need to finish "Poems of places," but that he will limit himself in the United States section which he feels will be more interesting to Americans11ocn055225804mix17821.00Morris, LewisLetter to Nathanael Greene and portraitHistoryPortraitsPersonal narrativesMorris thanks Greene for sending the news of the marriage of his son, Lewis Morris, to [Anne B.] Elliott and sends news of his daughter Helena Magdalena's marriage to [John Rutherford.]11ocn003676960book1.00Longfellow, Henry WadsworthLetters, 1833 December 15-1837 September 28, Brunswick, Me., and Heidelberg, to G. Ticknor, v.pHe is annoyed his publishers have delayed his book; requests Ticknor write a recommendation for him for New York University, (recommendation, 1834 June 18); thanks him for books; writes of his wife's death; describes Heidelberg; mentions G.W. Greene and other friends; Prof. Julius mentioned12ocn232006607book1.00Gage, Matilda JoslynHistoryPersonal narrativesCollection consists of correspondence, writings, photographs, and published articles by or about Gage. The correspondence is divided into two parts: family and other. The latter deals mainly with Gage's speaking engagements, writing, and other suffrage work, and consists mainly of single letters from notable men and women, with a larger number from Susan B. Anthony11ocn053146050art1999Greene, George Washington11ocn058788227bookNorton, Charles BThe undersigned proposes to publish, as soon as a sufficient number of subscribers are obtained, the first of a series of works, to be entitled The library of American revolutionary history; composed of new and revised editions of the principal contemporary histories and memoirs of that period+-+4461549966324+-+4461549966324Fri Mar 21 15:23:36 EDT 2014batch29576