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Fri Mar 21 17:14:03 2014 UTClccn-n882561330.00Frederick Young Papers,0.741.00Emigration and colonisation : being reprints of articles on transplantation (the true system of emigration) and emigration to the colonies, first published in 1869 and 1886 /72960473Sir_Frederick_Youngn 882561332572674lccn-n88068003Bell, F. Dillon(Francis Dillon)1822-1898lccn-nr97042703Cuningham, Granville C.(Granville Carlyle)1847-1927lccn-n79017964Great BritainParliamentnp-jenkins, louisa hadow young$1834Jenkins, Louisa Hadow Young1834-lccn-n85813205Haliburton, R. G.(Robert Grant)1831-1901lccn-n83031029Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain)np-cuningham, granville carlyleCUNINGHAM, Granville Carlylelccn-n85113382Pressburger, Emericantccpnc-trenton frigateTrenton (Frigate)lccn-n79139255Vaughan Williams, RalphcmpYoung, Frederick1817-1913HistoryAnecdotesGreat BritainImperial federationNew ZealandColoniesFlax industryTravelSouth AfricaColonies--AdministrationCanadaGreat Britain.--ParliamentPhormium tenaxPolitical partiesFlaxLegislative bodies--ReformColonizationEmigration and immigrationOregon, EasternUnited States--Blue Mountains RegionMilitary readinessSaint HelenaPortugalNetherlandsColonies--Emigration and immigrationFranceYoung, FrederickYoung, RobertDick, WilliamYoung, JamesJennings, Edw.--(Edward)Jennings, LeviNew York (State)--Schoharie CountyLivingston, PhilipNew York (State)--Herkimer CountyNew York (State)--Otsego CountyEthnologyNew York (State)--Mohawk RiverCampbell, FredCosby, WilliamNew York (State)--Montgomery CountyAustraliaCampbell, William1817191318421863186918741876187818801881188318841885188618901895189619001901190219031905190619081920192319411945195619581965197419801984198819901998200120052010201363859124330HB161ocn004125411ocn253191327ocn801156205ocn797838816ocn801170231ocn7977843321536ocn065273350file18420.86Bell, F. DillonReasons for promoting the cultivation of the New Zealand flax9910ocn003305128book18900.73Young, FrederickA winter tour in South Africa+-+50530952269711ocn004125411book18760.66Young, FrederickImperial federation of Great Britain and her colonies387ocn007794562book18950.73Cuningham, Granville CA scheme for imperial federation; a senate for the empire: three articles reprinted with additions from 'the Westminster review' of April, July, and October, 1879235ocn697593517file19020.81Young, FrederickA pioneer of Imperial Federation in CanadaHistory213ocn013803289book19000.59Young, FrederickExit party : an essay on the rise and fall of "party" as the ruling factor in the formation of the governments of Great Britain165ocn317783098book18760.86Imperial federation of Great Britain and her colonies in letters edited by Frederick Young (one of the writers)104ocn224466840book18830.47Young, FrederickOn the political relations of mother countries and colonies : a paper read at the "Conférences et Congrès Scientifiques" of the "Exposition Internationale Coloniale et d'Exportation Générale," at Amsterdam, September 19, 188392ocn154652159book18740.24Young, FrederickNew Zealand, past, present and future : a paper read at the Royal Colonial Institute, May 26, 1874History82ocn008842591book18630.63Young, FrederickLong ago and now71ocn265159539book19030.63Young, FrederickAn address on imperial federation delivered at the opening meeting of the session of the Conservative and Unionist Club at Tynemouth, Northumberland, Monday October 19, 190362ocn122346943book18690.73Young, FrederickTransplantation : the true system of emigration61ocn054329738book18850.47Young, FrederickAn address on imperial federation, at Cambridge, June 4, 188554ocn237628302book19061.00Young, FrederickEmigration and colonisation : being reprints of articles on transplantation (the true system of emigration) and emigration to the colonies, first published in 1869 and 188654ocn122286123book18690.47Young, FrederickTransplantation53ocn085035688book18900.47Haliburton, R. GLetters on the withdrawal of the garrison from "The citadel of the South Atlantic," St. Helena51ocn020124019book19880.73Young, FrederickHome in the Blues : a collectionAnecdotes54ocn771924526book18850.47Young, FrederickAn Address on Imperial Federation, at Cambridge, etc42ocn004182023book18830.47Young, FrederickOn the political relations of mother countries and colonies: a paper read at the "Conférences et congrès scientifiques" of the "Exposition internationale coloniale et d'exportation générale," at Amsterdam, Sept. 19, 188331ocn064056760book19030.92Young, FrederickAn address on imperial federation, delivered atthe opening meeting of the session of the Conservative and Unionist Club, at Tynemouth, Oct. 19, 1903391ocn012283685book19020.81Young, FrederickA pioneer of Imperial Federation in CanadaHistory252ocn003583945book19230.76Jenkins, Louisa Hadow YoungGeneral Frederick Young, first commandant of Sirmur battalion (Second Gurka rifles) the life-story of one of the old brigade in India : 1786-1874, including reminiscences of Ireland and India in the 'fifties11ocn145408052mix17671.00Cockburn, WilliamTwo survey maps of Livingston Patent, Montgomery and Herkimer Counties and Young Patent, Schoharie and Otsego Counties, New YorkTwo 1767 maps by William Cockburn of Livingston Patent, Montgomery and Herkimer Counties and Young Patent, Schoharie and Otsego Counties, New York. One map gives land owners. The other map gives a description and survey figures. Young's Patent is outlined in blue11ocn031448803visu19900.10Fred, Bob and Jim Young11ocn664591424mixYoung, FrederickFrederick Young PapersDiariesJournal kept at Norfolk Island, a small island in the Pacific Ocean located between Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia. (Photostat and typescript)11ocn777861360visu2010History of The Dean Estate & Jennings Farm area"[This] program focuses on the South side, specifically the Jennings and Wyman/McNutt farms on GLen Road and the Charles Dean Estate on Byron Road. Members of the Jennings family operated both Glen Farm, a large dairy operation, and Glen House, a summer resourt hotel once located at 245 Glen Road. The Wyman family farmed the land at the corner of Glen and Oak Streets beginning in 1850, and a fourth generation descendent, Nelson McNutt, lived at the "Four Corners" until his death at age 105. The difficulties of making a living from the land are contrasted with the lifestyle of paper manufacturer Charles Augustus Dean, who develooped his estate, Oakridge, on Byron Road, just north of the Jennings Farm. The area evolved from farm to suburb in the 1910s and 20s when Edward Jennings and his songs built the Colonial Revival houses that still stand in the 200 and 300 block of Glen Road."+-+5053095226+-+5053095226Fri Mar 21 15:51:17 EDT 2014batch15438