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Thu Oct 16 17:59:18 2014 UTClccn-n880719240.00Graham, James Duncan0.841.00Delaware boundaries collection,7766510n 8807192422749492466697Graham, J. D. 1799-1865Graham, James Duncan 1799-1865lccn-n88071916Commission on Boundary Lines between Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania (1850)othlccn-n88071918MarylandGovernor (1848-1851 : Thomas)lccn-n88071917Thomas, Philip F.(Philip Francis)1810-1890lccn-n79038411United StatesArmyCorps of Topographical Engineerslccn-nr92035994PennsylvaniaGovernor (1848-1852 : Johnston)lccn-n79084108United StatesWar Departmentnc-united states$congress$1857 1858$senateUnited StatesCongress1857-1858)Senatelccn-n79066402U.S. Lake Surveylccn-n79069640United StatesArmyCorps of Engineerslccn-no96023937Raynolds, W. F.(William Franklin)1820-1894Graham, J. D.(James Duncan)1799-1865MapsGuidebooksBoundariesUnited States--Mason-Dixon LineDelawareMarylandPennsylvaniaUnited StatesMexicoTravelSouthwest, NewGreat LakesHarborsTidesGirders--TestingWelded joints--TestingSteel, Structural--WeldingDisturnell, John,TexasLakesWisconsin--Prairie du ChienWisconsin--RacineWisconsin--MilwaukeeMapsUnited States--Sabine RiverWisconsin--MadisonRailroadsGraham, John,Graham, John,VirginiaLake MichiganLake StatesCanadaLatitudeMaltaForest fires--Data processingLongitudeForest fires--Prevention and controlRock climbingMassachusetts--ProvincetownMassachusetts--Cape CodGraham, J. D.--(James Duncan),WisconsinGeographical positionsGraham, J. DEngelmann, George,Emory, William H.--(William Hemsley),Torrey, John,GrassesGray, Asa,WeldingResidual stresses17991865181418221825183518361838184018421843184518461847184918501851185218531855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661869187018721873187418781880188218861890189418961897189919001902190519061908190919101913191519161928192919311932193319341935194319581959196019641965196619681970197119731975197619771979198019811982198419851986198819891990199119921993199519961997199819992000200120022003200420111496289385972.05873F187.B7ocn494639047ocn494617525ocn8558666752719ocn060722049file18500.86MarylandMessage from the Governor of Maryland transmitting the reports of the Joint Commissioners and of Lt. Col. Graham, U.S. Engineers, in relation to the intersection of the boundary lines of the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware1736ocn002010498book18530.88United StatesReport of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, the report of Lieutenant Colonel Graham on the subject of the boundary line between the United States and Mexico1086ocn003725759book18620.84Commission on Boundary Lines between Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania (1850)Messages from the governors of Maryland and Pennsylvania, transmitting the reports of the joint commissioners, and of Lieut. Col. Graham, U.S. topographical engineers, in relation to the intersection of the boundary lines of the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware, being a portion of Mason and Dixon's line1073ocn697709514file18580.86United StatesReport of the Secretary of War communicating the report of Lieutenant Colonel J.D. Graham for the year 1857, containing the information called for by the resolutions of the Senate of the 4th, 5th and 26th of January888ocn123405176file18500.90Commission on Boundary Lines between Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania (1850)Message from the governor of Pennsylvania, transmitting the reports of the joint commissioners, and of Col. Graham, U.S. engineers in relation to the boundary lines between the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland603ocn005145189book18500.90Commission on Boundary Lines between Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania (1850)Message from the governor of Maryland : transmitting the reports of the Joint Commissioners and of Lt. Col. Graham in relation to the intersection of the boundary lines of the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware314ocn003181000book19590.84Graham, J. DWelded interior beam-to-column connections284ocn002626562book18610.37Graham, J. DA lunar tidal wave in the North American lakes252ocn026058722book18520.79United StatesReport of the Secretary of War : communicating in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, the report of Lieutenant Colonel Graham on the subject of the boundary line between the United States and Mexico195ocn012673912art18590.96Graham, J. DOn the latitude and longitude of Milwaukee, Prairie du Chien, Racine and Madison, Wisconsin191ocn007304673map19750.97United StatesSabine Pass and mouth of the River Sabine in the seaMaps164ocn010249496book18600.59Graham, J. DA lunar tidal wave in Lake Michigan152ocn009243099book18380.96Graham, J. DWinchester and Potomac Railroad : ... June 27, 1838, printed by order of the House of Representatives144ocn003023654book19730.96Simard, A. JDevelopment of computer processing techniques for individual forest fire report data142ocn805914666file18580.74Graham, J. DLake Michigan--Harbors of letter from the Secretary of War, communicating the last annual report of Lieutenant Colonel J.D. Graham on the harbors of Lake Michigan : January 11, 1858, referred to the Committee on Commerce and ordered to be printed133ocn016190510book19710.59Graham, J. DRock climbing in MaltaGuidebooks123ocn023168874map18360.86Graham, J. DA map of the extremity of Cape Cod : including the townships of Provincetown & Truro, with a chart of their sea coast and of Cape Cod Harbour, State of MassachusettsMaps113ocn805914671file18590.82Graham, J. DAnnual report of Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham, Major of U.S. Topographical Engineers on the improvement of the harbors of Lakes Michigan, St. Clair, Erie, Ontario, and Champlain accompanying the documents sent to the 35th Congress, at its second session by the President of the United States, with his annual message of December 6, 1858111ocn017936095book18500.88Commission on Boundary Lines between Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania (1850)Message from the Governor of Maryland : transmitting the reports of the joint commissioners, and of Col. Graham, U.S. engineers, in relation to the lines between the states of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland112ocn596150917file18690.84Graham, J. DAnnual report of Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham on the improvement of the harbors of Lakes Michigan, St. Clair, Erie, Ontario and Champlain71ocn008446305book0.79Graham, JohnJohn D. Graham11ocn020280719mix19801.00[Brief review of facts, Mexican boundary]Document entitled "facts", relating to Col. Graham's preparations for his appointment as surveyor at the Mexican-Texan border11ocn702132816mix18401.00Graham, J. DLetter : to William Bond & SonGraham requests William Bond & Son of Boston to order magnetic instruments from Europe to help survey the border between Texas and the United States. Graham writes from the Sabine River and comments on the preformance of other equipment acquired from Bond & Son11ocn876405073mixWright, CharlesCorrespondence : Wright (Charles) and Engelmann (George)Records and correspondenceFolder contains original letters11ocn053132623art1999Graham, James Duncan11ocn874910368mixThurber, GeorgeCorrespondence : Thurber (George) and Engelmann (George)SurveysRecords and correspondenceFolder contains original letters11ocn070977945mix1.00Delaware boundaries collectionThroughout the colonial period, the boundary between Delaware and Maryland was in dispute. Finally, in 1769, the question was settled, after surveys by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon. The issue was reopened in the middle of the 19th century, resulting in the resurvey by Col. J.D. Graham in 1849-1850. Another controversy grew from this which was not settled until 192111ocn702132881mix1.00Graham, J. DJ.D. Graham papersMapsPictorial worksSurveysThe papers document the military career of a topographical engineer in the nineteenth century. The collection contains correspondence, reports, maps, and data from astronomical observations created during the surveys of the Northeastern and Mexican boundaries, a review of the Mason-Dixon Line, a project to improve the Great Lakes's harbors, and a survey of the North and North West Lakes. The papers also have information on Graham's personal life as well as family members such as his son, William Montrose Graham11ocn070982397file1.00Nicollet, J. NJ.N. Nicollet papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, astronomical observations, geographical and meteorological data, expedition diaries, reports, research material, notes, maps, and other papers relating to Nicollet's explorations of the upper Mississippi and Missouri rivers. Documents his exploration of Minnesota, Missouri, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Includes Francis A. Chardon's journals from Fort Clark, N.D.; Regis Loisel's account of the upper Missouri River; and excerpts from the diaries of Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Correspondents include Jacob Whitman Bailey, Edmund M. Blunt, Simon William Gabriel Bruté de Rémur, Jean-Louis-Anne-Madeleine Lefebvre de Cheverus, Pierce Connelly, Louis Régis Deluol, John England, David W. Gobel, J.D. Graham, F.R. Hassler, Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Charles T. Jackson, Elias Loomis, Alfred Mordecai, Rush Nutt, Joseph Plympton, Michael Portier, Joseph Rosati, H.H. Sherwood, Gerard Troost, and Sears Cook Walker11ocn137239015art18940.10Hamersly, Lewis RandolphJames Duncan Graham : commanders on the active list11ocn054842943art19050.10New England Historic Genealogical SocietyJames Duncan GrahamBiography11ocn122632034mix1853Mason, J. MPapers relating to James D. Graham's biological collectionsJames M. Mason, as chairman of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, received a letter from Spencer F. Baird commenting on the importance of James D. Graham's botanical and zoological discoveries in Texas and New Mexico. Baird recommends appropriating $5,000 to publish the findings. Asa Gray wrote to J.D. Graham about his plans to publish an account of Graham's discoveries. Graham's specimens were gathered as part of the official survey of the U.S.-Mexican boundary11ocn863230245mixGraham, J. DCorrespondence : Graham (James) and Engelmann (George)Records and correspondenceFolder contains original lettersThu Oct 16 15:50:30 EDT 2014batch25112