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Fri Mar 21 17:11:12 2014 UTClccn-n878046760.00Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, Brigadier-General U.S. Army, Brevet Major-General U.S. Army, Chief of Engineers /0.481.00Dedication of monument erected by Pennsylvania to commemorate the charge of General Humphrey's Division, Fifth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, on Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13th, 1862. Dedicatory ceremonies, November 11th, 1908389720Andrew_A._Humphreysn 878046761778763Humphreys, A. A., 1810-1883Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson, 1810-1883lccn-n50030295Eads, James Buchanan1820-1887lccn-sh85099775Percy familylccn-n88207678Barry, John M.1947-lccn-n85207541Abbot, Henry L.ctblccn-n82159058Wheeler, George M.(George Montague)1842-1905edtlccn-n80092174Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (U.S.)lccn-n98025369Wright, Horatio Gouverneur1820-1899lccn-n79069640United StatesArmyCorps of Engineerslccn-no2011110579David Rumsey Collectionlccn-no2001019087Cartography AssociatesHumphreys, A. A.(Andrew Atkinson)1810-1883HistorySurveysMapsMississippi RiverHumphreys, A. A.--(Andrew Atkinson),FloodsMississippi River ValleyFlood controlPercy familyEads, James Buchanan,United StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Military campaignsGeologyTravelDiscoveries in geographyUnited States, WestVirginiaAstronomyIndians of North America--LanguagesNatural historyPaleontologyZoologyArchaeologyNorth America--Colorado RiverUnited States.--Army of the PotomacSiege of Richmond (Virginia : 1864-1865)Virginia--RichmondAppomattox Campaign (1865)LouisianaLouisiana--Mississippi River DeltaSouthwest, NewBirdsRocky MountainsBotanyHydraulic engineeringFredericksburg, Battle of (Virginia : 1862)Virginia--FredericksburgRegimental historiesMeade, George Gordon,United States.--Army of the JamesUnited States.--Army.--Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 129th (1862-1863)Military ethicsManagementEthicsPennsylvaniaSoldiersMilitary leadershipPacific railroads--Early projectsPacific railroadsVirginia--Virginia PeninsulaFloridaMalvern Hill, Battle of (Virginia : 1862)18101883184418451846184818491850185118551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188218831884188518861888188918901893189418961897190119031907190819141916192419281937195819591961196319671975197719801985198719881989199219931994199519971998199920002001200220062007200820092010201320146949311545973.7E470.2ocn258421421ocn45947659779638ocn000479956book18820.47Humphreys, A. AThe Virginia campaign of '64 and '65 : the Army of the Potomac and the Army of the JamesHistory+-+393063032556119ocn011457148book18750.73Wheeler, George MReport upon United States Geographical Surveys West of the One Hundredth MeridianMapsSurveys"12 photolithographs (heavily retouched), 3 chromolithographs. The photographs are by T.H. O'Sullivan and William Bell. These views, typical of the toned photolithographs published in Government reports, are striking scenes of the Western landscape, translated to this medium with a great deal of graphic richness. This title is also of prime importance because it lists every photographer for every one of the Government's surveys"--Hanson Collection catalog, p. 10040212ocn002349914book18830.63Humphreys, A. AFrom Gettysburg to the Rapidan. The Army of the Potomac, July, 1863, to April, 1864History39634ocn001889940book18610.86Humphreys, A. AReport upon the physics and hydraulics of the Mississippi river; upon the protection of the alluvial region against overflow; and upon the deepening of the mouths ... Submitted to the Bureau of Topographical Engineers, War Department, 1861926ocn005707860map18580.86Ives, J. CRio Colorado of the WestMapsShows routes of exploration901ocn423623362file18700.90Hilgard, Eugene WReport of the geological age of the Mississippi Delta834ocn031776359book19950.35Humphreys, A. AThe Virginia Campaign, 1864 and 1865 : the Army of the Potomac and the Army of the JamesHistory+-+3071531585811ocn003638167book18760.84Humphreys, A. AReport upon the physics and hydraulics of the Mississippi River; upon the protection of the alluvial region against overflow; and upon the deepening of the mouths: based upon surveys and investigations made under the acts of Congress directing the topographical and hydrographical survey of the delta of the Mississippi River, with such investigations as might lead to determine the most practicable plan for securing it from inundation, and the best mode of deepening the channels at the mouths of the river. Submitted to the Bureau of Topographical Engineers, War Department. 1861. <Reprinted with additions.>681ocn022012542book18610.81United StatesReport upon the Colorado River of the West : explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps of Topographical EngineersMaps542ocn002410411book19590.39Humphreys, A. AThe Virginia campaign of '64 : the Army of the Potomac and the Army of the JamesHistory492ocn002410396book19590.35Humphreys, A. AThe Virginia campaign of '65 : the Army of the Potomac and the Army of the JamesHistory402ocn015072582book18560.76Humphreys, A. AA reply to certain portions of the minority report of the Hon. Z. Kidwell of the House of Representatives, member of the select committee upon the Pacific railroad405ocn058525677file18620.88Abbot, Henry LWhite House to Harrisons LandingHistoryMaps392ocn015072580book18580.76Humphreys, A. ALetter to the Hon. Wm. M. Gwin, in relation to the railroad to the Pacific by the thirty-fifth and thirty-second parallels343ocn001549234book18560.90United StatesMemoir to accompany a military map of the peninsula of Florida, south of Tampa Bay292ocn056794789file18670.86Michler, NJetersville and Sailors CreekMapsShows roads, Richmond and Danville Rail Road, drainage, vegetation, relief by hachures, houses, fences, and names of residents295ocn056794801file18670.93Michler, NHarper's FerryHistoryMaps294ocn006126191book18750.59Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (U.S.)Report upon United States Geographical surveys west of the 100th meridian in charge of Capt. Ger. M. Wheeler under the direction of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. [Vol. 1 Geographical report]Surveys285ocn003238763book18780.92Humphreys, A. APhysics and hydraulics of the Mississippi : Reply to criticism made by Dr. Hagen251ocn070728754file20010.63Humphreys, A. AThe army in the Civil War. the Virginia campaign of '64 and '65. The Army of the Potomac and the Army of the JamesHistory25417ocn036029662book19970.23Barry, John MRising tide : the great Mississippi flood of 1927 and how it changed AmericaHistoryRising Tide begins in the nineteenth century, when the first serious attempts to control the river began. The story focuses on engineers James Eads and Andrew Humphreys, who hated each other. Out of the collision of their personalities and their theories came a compromise river policy that would lead to the disaster of the 1927 flood yet would also allow the cultivation of the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta and create wealth and aristocracy, as well as a whole culture. In the end, the flood had indeed changed the face of America, leading to the most comprehensive legislation the government had ever enacted, touching the entire Mississippi valley from Pennsylvania to Montana. In its aftermath was laid the foundation for the New Deal of Franklin D. Roosevelt+-+77559393151623ocn062190012rcrd19980.14Barry, John MRising tideHistoryThe great Mississippi flood of 1927 and how it changed America and laid the groundwork for the New Deal+-+35690089251475ocn001862067book19240.86Humphreys, Henry HAndrew Atkinson Humphreys : a biographyBiography605ocn006672527book19010.96Humphreys, Henry HA critical examination (in part) of Pennypacker's life of General George G. Meade322ocn038096881book19980.63Armstrong, William HRed-tape and pigeon-hole generals : Andrew A. Humphreys in the Army of the PotomacHistoryBiography+-+8067708336323ocn006879443book18960.93Humphreys, Henry HMajor General Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, United States volunteers, at Fredericksbury, Va., December 13th, 1862, and Farmville, Va., April 7th, 1865+-+6361193905303ocn016135910book18880.95McClellan, CarswellGeneral Andrew A. Humphreys at Malvern Hill, Va., July 1, 1862, and at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862 a memoir121ocn006824781book18850.76Abbot, Henry LMemoir of Andrew Atkinson Humphreys : read before the National Academy of Sciences, April 24, 188581ocn039917127book18640.86Morford, HenryRed-tape and pigeon-hole generals: as seen from the ranks during a campaign in the army of the PotomacHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesIt is believed that the author of this work was a member of the 129th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment which served during the U.S. Civil War81ocn005692822book19081.00PennsylvaniaDedication of monument erected by Pennsylvania to commemorate the charge of General Humphrey's Division, Fifth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, on Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 13th, 1862. Dedicatory ceremonies, November 11th, 190871ocn009659259book18740.73Eads, James BuchananReport of General Humphreys, Chief of Engineers U.S.A. (Ex. Doc. 220)54ocn016148486book18860.95De Peyster, J. WattsAndrew Atkinson Humphreys [prominent men of the Civil War period]HistoryBiography51ocn070262729book18850.10Abbot, Henry LMemoir of Andrew Atkinson Humphreys52ocn019476937book18840.47De Peyster, J. Watts[Address at] the annual meeting of the surviving officers of the Third Army Corps New York City. Monday, May 15th, 1884HistoryBiography41ocn006824788book1884Carson, Hampton LAndrew Atkinson Humphreys, Brigadier-General U.S. Army, Brevet Major-General U.S. Army, Chief of Engineers41ocn012701776book19850.92Reuss, MartinAndrew A. Humphreys and the development of hydraulic engineering : politics and technology in the Army Corps of Engineers, 1850-1950History31ocn191270620book18630.92Barnard, Frederick A. PHydraulics of the report of Humphreys and Abbott on the Mississippi river. A review by Prof. F.A.P. Barnard. : (From the American Journal of Science and Arts, vol. XXXVI.--July and September Nos., 1863)21ocn046837398book18841.00De Peyster, J. WattsAndrew Atkinson Humphreys, Brevet Major-General U.S.A., Brigadier-General and Chief of Engineers U.S.A., Major-General U.S.V., etc21ocn191733997book19931.00Noyes, C. LeeAn officer's perception of the Little Big Horn ; and, A centennial expose / by C. Lee NoyesRecords and correspondence21ocn026157160book18571.00Ellet, CharlesThe reservoir plan. Washington, D.C., February 23, 1857+-+3071531585+-+3071531585Fri Mar 21 16:00:28 EDT 2014batch29177