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Fri Mar 21 17:07:36 2014 UTClccn-n821546770.00Correspondence : Abert to Engelmann,0.651.00Letter : to R. H. Kern /18404184James_H._Simpsonn 82154677850674SimpsonSimpson, J. H.Simpson, J. H. 1813-1883Simpson, James Hervey, 1813-1883lccn-n90640833McNitt, Frankedtlccn-n2007087632Petersen, Jesse G.lccn-n79069640United StatesArmyCorps of Engineerslccn-n81029000Union Pacific Railroad Companylccn-n50023098Coronado, Francisco Vásquez de1510-1554lccn-n86145369Harlan, James1820-1899lccn-n79038411United StatesArmyCorps of Topographical Engineersnc-united states$department of the interior$engineer officeUnited StatesDepartment of the InteriorEngineer Officelccn-n79084108United StatesWar Departmentnp-simpson, j h$james harvey$1813 1883Simpson, J. H.(James Harvey)1813-1883Simpson, J. H.(James Hervey)1813-1883SurveysDiariesMapsHistoryMaps‡vManuscriptTravelDiscoveries in geographySimpson, J. H.--(James Hervey),Scientific expeditionsNavajo IndiansNew MexicoPueblo IndiansAntiquitiesUnited States--Great BasinGeographyUtahUnited StatesGeologyUnited States, WestNatural historyUnion Pacific Railroad CompanyMilitary topographyRoadsIndians of North AmericaSouthwest, NewNevadaPacific railroadsCoronado, Francisco Vásquez de,RailroadsRailroads--Design and constructionUnited States--Washington AqueductBurlington Northern Santa Fe CorporationCentral Pacific Railway CompanyTrailsSurveysUnited States--Northwestern StatesMississippiAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Vélez de Escalante, Silvestre,FortificationWater-supplyWashington (D.C.)Poultry industryPacific railroads--Early projectsRoads--SurveyingPoultry industry--Economic aspectsOhio--Cincinnati RegionKentucky--Bowling Green RegionKentucky--Louisville RegionKentucky--Camp NelsonKentuckyTennesseeUtah Expedition (1857-1858)Cibola, Seven Cities ofUnited States--Southwestern States18131883183818431849185018511852185518561858185918611862186318641865186618671869187118721873187418751876187718781880188418851895191419161936194919501960196119641965196619671968196919701972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831985198619871988198919961997200320083882158297917.89F801ocn8666286206203ocn001706425book19640.47Simpson, J. HNavaho expedition : journal of a military reconnaissance from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Navaho country made in 1849DiariesSurveys35014ocn009556466book18760.76Simpson, J. HReport of explorations across the Great Basin of the Territory of Utah for a direct wagon-route from Camp Floyd to Genoa, in Carson Valley, in 1859Surveys24219ocn006729059book18690.81Simpson, J. HThe shortest route to California illustrated by a history of explorations of the great basin of Utah with its topographical and geological character and some account of the Indian tribes20011ocn263036419com18690.86Simpson, J. HCoronado's march in search of the Seven cities of Cibola and discussion of their probable location1635ocn423613107file18650.86Simpson, J. HReport of Lieut. Col. James H. Simpson, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., on the Union Pacific Railroad and branches, Central Pacific Railroad of California, Northern Pacific Railroad, wagon roads in the territories of Idaho, Montana, Dakota and Nebraska and the Washington Aqueduct12513ocn015389570book18520.84Simpson, J. HJournal of a military reconnaissance from Santa Fé, New Mexico, to the Navajo country : made with the troops under command of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel John M. Washington, chief of Ninth Military Department, and governor of New Mexico, in 1849DiariesSurveys1085ocn793692425book18650.81Simpson, J. HReport of Lieut. Col. James H. Simpson, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., on the change of route west from Omaha, Nebraska Territory, proposed by the Union Pacific Railroad Company made to Honorable James Harlan, secretary of the interior, September 18, 1865 : with the President's decision thereon825ocn015067489book18590.81United StatesReport of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, Captain Simpson's report and map of wagon road routes in Utah Territory806ocn015102897book18500.81United StatesRoute from Fort Smith to Santa Fe Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the House of the 6th February, a report and map of Lieutenant Simpson, of the route from Fort Smith to Santa Fe683ocn015370268book18660.88United StatesReport of Board convened to determine on a standard for construction of the Pacific Railroad361ocn038573400map19750.92Putnam, Haldimand SumnerSketch of routes from Camp Floyd to Carson Valley, U.T. : explored by Capt. J.H. Simpson, topl. engr., assisted by Lieuts. J.K.L. Smith & H.S. Putnam, topl. engrs. under instructions from Bvt. Brig. Gen. A.S. Johnston, commanding Department of UtahMapsMaps Manuscript333ocn006729289book18500.93United StatesReport from the Secretary of War : communicating ... the report and map of the route from Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Santa Fe, New MexicoSurveys317ocn028767389book18500.73United StatesReport from the Secretary of War communicating in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, the report and map of the route from Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Santa Fe, New Mexico, made by Lieutenant SimpsonSurveys303ocn085801305file18590.92Simpson, J. HReport of the Secretary of War communicating, in compliance with the resolution of the Senate, Captain Simpson's report and map of wagon routes in Utah territory212ocn061164165map18640.81Simpson, J. HTopographical map showing defenses of Cincinnati, Covington and NewportHistoryMaps191ocn061164167map0.86United StatesDefenses of Munfordville, KyHistoryMaps171ocn051960492file18630.86United StatesMilitary map of the states of Kentucky and TennesseeHistoryMapsDetailed map of Kentucky and most of Tennessee showing towns and villages, county seats, iron works and forges, salt works, mills, post offices, existing and proposed railroads, roads, rivers, and limits of coal fields123ocn714661022com18760.93United StatesReport of explorations across the great basin of the territory of Utah for a direct wagon-route from Camp Floyd to Genoa, in Carson Valley, in 1859, by Captain J.H. SimpsonSurveys+-+0526100796111ocn020496225book19890.92Malone, G. WayneEconomic impact of the Mississippi poultry industry111ocn040531512map19810.95Buttery, Lewis MMarcy maps of 1850 & 1853Maps8845ocn568141901file20080.47Petersen, Jesse GA route for the overland stage James H. Simpson's 1859 trail across the Great BasinHistorySurveysHistory of US West, 19th century+-+86626792352712ocn062145539com20030.47Simpson, J. HNavaho expedition : journal of a military reconnaissance from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Navaho country made in 1849DiariesSurveys+-+55208615351436ocn019374241file18760.76Simpson, J. HReport of explorations across the Great Basin of the Territory of Utah for a direct wagon-route from Camp Floyd to Genoa, in Carson Valley, in 1859Surveys873ocn001525054book18520.84Simpson, J. HJournal of a military reconnaissance from Santa Fé, New Mexico, to the Navajo country : made with the troops under command of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel John M. Washington, chief of Ninth Military Department, and governor of New Mexico, in 1849DiariesSurveys22ocn055964661visu20030.10Veterans History project James Simpson interviewMilitary historyInterviewsPersonal narratives AmericanJames H. Simpson is a veteran of World War II, having served with the United States Air Corps. He is being interviewed about his war experiences by students of the LaCrossroads School, La Crosse, WI. This interview is part of the Veterans History Project: A project of the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress11ocn826904400mix1850Simpson, J. HLetter to Richard H. KernHistorySourcesJ.H. Simpson writes of his travels to and arrival at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and of details of other troops12ocn078624484map19501.00Explorations of Capt. J.H. Simpson, Corps of Topl. Engrs. U.S.A. in 1859 : across the Great Basin of UtahMaps11ocn026798485mix1.00Lee, WilliamNotes taken while on a journey across the plains from Washington to Genoa, Carson Valley, Utah TerDiary, Apr. 11, 1858-Oct. 25, 1859, kept as scientific assistant on Captain J.H. Simpson's expedition to Utah and across the Great Basin from Camp Floyd to Genoa, and return to Washington, D.C., with sojourns at Fort Bridger, Camp Floyd and Genoa11ocn081463949map19501.00Engelmann, HenryExplorations of Capt. Jas. H. Simpson, T.E., U.S.A. in 1859Maps11ocn702129625mix18501.00Simpson, J. HLetter : to R. H. KernTransmitting a copy of a lithograph made from Richard Kern's drawing of Santa Fe11ocn122499613mixFort Sutter collectionHistorySourcesThe collection contains letters, documents and 3 maps, in English and Spanish, mounted in 39 bound volumes. An additional volume contains a printed introduction to the collection. Subjects covered in the collection include: Edward M. Kern and his activities at Fort Sutter, chiefly between 1846-47; the Bear Flag Revolt and subsequent military actions; Indian insurrections; the establishment of mail service in California; relief of the Donner Party; and Kern's attachment to the 3rd and 4th Frémont Exploring Expeditions. One of the volumes contains engravings of drawings by Edward and his brother, Richard Kern, made during the Simpson and Sitgreaves Expeditions in the region of the Zuni, Little Colorado, Colorado, and Gila Rivers in 1849-5311ocn052635276book0.47Lee, WilliamNotes taken by William Lee while on a journey across the plainsHistoryTranscript of a journal kept by William Lee from April 11, 1858 to Oct. 25, 1859, while on Captain Simpson's expedition to Utah and across the Great Basin from Camp Floyd to Genoa, Nevada, returning to Washington, D.C. with sojourns at Fort Bridger, Camp Floyd and Genoa11ocn861014695mix1859Simpson, J. HLetter to Edward M. Kern and John KernHistorySourcesSimpson writes to the Kern brothers regarding a ring worn by the late Richard H. Kern which was turned over to Brigham Young. Simpson gives several recommendations for tracking down the ring11ocn038861639book1850Kern, Richard HSanta Fe, N.M., to [Samuel George Morton, Philadelphia, Pa.]HistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceJuly 3-4, 1850, letter from Kern in Santa Fe to Samuel George Morton, an eminent Philadelphia physician and naturalist, regarding his activities and interest in the archeology and ethnology of the Southwest11ocn366469193art19871.00Langellier, John PDesert documentary : the William Lee diary account of the James H. Simpson Expedition, 1858-1859Pictorial works11ocn047085465book19491.00Warrick, Wilbur SheridanJames Hervey Simpson, Military wagon road engineer in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1849-186711ocn829714103mixSimpson, J. HLetters to Richard H. KernHistorySourcesIn HM 20644, written 1851, December 1, Simpson wishes to be informed of Kern's reconnaissance, and is in need of a good draughtsman. He asks about the current status of George Houghton, and says that Kern will adore Minnesota and St. Paul once he arrives. In HM 20643, dated 1852, May 11, Simpson requests to hear more of the Indians Kern has met with, and is glad Kern has reconciled with Frémont. Both letters contain many inquiries and details concerning Kern's fellow soldiers and colleagues11ocn844092860book1858Abert, John JamesCorrespondence : Abert to EngelmannRecords and correspondenceIncoming correspondence to George Engelmann from John Abert, for 1858. The correspondence relates to receipt and forwarding of box containing Engelmann's botanical collections from Capt. Simpson's survey party11ocn472212161mixCamp Floyd materialsHistoryThis collection includes 11 documents and letters related to activities at Camp Floyd (Fort Crittenden), Utah, in the aftermath of the Utah Expedition (1857-1858). Materials include lists of men and property employed at both Rush Valley and Camp Floyd, several letters from Parmenas Taylor Turnley to Bennett Smith describing transfer operations from Rush Valley to Camp Floyd as well as the need for added security against supply theft, and an itinerary of James Hervey Simpson's travels from Carson Valley to Camp Floyd. Also included is a letter from Ben Holladay describing the moving of supplies from Carson Valley to Camp Floyd. In addition to the Camp Floyd materials, the collection also contains a folder of ephemera (bank deposit slips, receipts from the Oregon and California Railroad Company, and promissory notes) relating to the business dealings of Willis Dunegan (Dunagan, Dunigan) and his relatives11ocn829706506mix1851Simpson, J. HLetter to Edward M. KernHistorySourcesSimpson informs Kern that had he heard of Kern's plans to return to St. Louis earlier, Simpson would have hired him as an assistant, and sends his regrets. He also writes that Kern should soon receive a congressional copy of the Navajo report+-+0526100796+-+0526100796Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch27852