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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 7 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Kansas, (search)
......Aug. 13, 1890 At State election the vote for governor stood: Humphrey, Republican, 115,025; Willits, People's party, 106,972......Nov. 4, 1890 W. A. Peffer (Alliance) elected United States Senator......Jan. 28, 1891 Shooting of Col. Sam Wood, pioneer free-State man, in a county seat fight in Stevens county......June 23, 1891 United States Senator Plumb dies at Washington, D. C., of apoplexy......Dec. 20, 1891 Bishop W. Perkins appointed United States Senator by the governor90, 1,858,635; 1900, 2,147,174. Capital, Frankfort. De Soto and his followers ascended the west bank of the Mississippi, opposite the lower portion of the State, during......1543 Kentucky included in the charter of Virginia......1584 Colonel Wood, seeking trade with the Indians, explores Kentucky as far as the Mississippi......1654 Captain Bolt, from Virginia, travels in Kentucky......1670 Jacques Marquette, a Jesuit missionary, Louis Joliet, and five other Frenchmen, spend sever
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Massachusetts (search)
d United States Secretary of War......March 6, 1885 Elizur Wright, abolitionist, born 1804, dies at Medford......Nov. 22, 1885 Charles Francis Adams, Sr., born 1807, dies at Boston......Nov. 21, 1886 State property in the Hoosac tunnel and Troy and Greenfield Railroad sold to Fitchburg Railroad Company......1887 First Monday in September (Labor Day) made a legal holiday at session of legislature, which adjourns......June 16, 1887 Spencer F. Baird, naturalist, born 1823; dies at Wood's Holl......Aug. 19, 1887 Asa Gray, botanist, born 1810, dies at Cambridge......Jan. 30, 1888 Ballot law modelled on the Australian system adopted by legislature at session ending......May 29, 1888 Gen. P. H. Sheridan, born 1831, dies at Nonquit......Aug. 5, 1888 Maria Mitchell, astronomer, born 1818, dies at Lynn......June 28, 1889 Maritime exhibition opens at Boston......Nov. 4, 1889 Great fire at Lynn; 296 buildings destroyed; 80 acres burned over; loss, $5,000,000......N
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New York, (search)
30, dies at New York......May 4, 1891 School-children of the State choose the rose as State flower by a vote of: Rose, 294,816; golden-rod, 206,402; majority, 88,414......May 8, 1891 Benson John Lossing, historian, born 1813, dies at Chestnut Ridge, Dutchess county......June 3, 1891 Chauncey Vibbard, called the father of the American railway, dies at Macon, Ga.......June 5, 1891 Statue of Henry Ward Beecher unveiled at Brooklyn......June 24, 1891 Four murderers, Slocum, Smiler, Wood, and Jugiro, executed by electricity at Sing Sing......July 7, 1891 George Jones, of New York Times, born 1811, dies at New York City......Aug. 12, 1891 A train on the New York Central runs from New York to East Buffalo, 436 miles in 426 minutes running time......Sept. 14, 1891 First regular Empire State Express makes the run from New York to Buffalo in 8 hours 42 minutes......Oct. 26, 1891 Roswell P. Flower elected governor......November, 1891 Field, Lindley, Wiechers & Co.,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of the companies. (search)
William Lewis, Wm. Louderback, V. B. McCoy, Wesley Meadows, captured at Springfield, Ky., December 30, 1862; Henry McMahon, George Maddox, William Maden, died in Camp Douglas, January 31, 1865, of heart disease; Josiah Maddox, William Maden, Jesse Newby, James K. Newby, died in Camp Douglas, March 27, 1864, of smallpox; Daniel Rice, Marion Rice John Ryan, Merritt Roberts, Mack Roberts, Squire Roberts, George Sims, John Simons, Shelby Taylor, Pope Wade, James Webb, Augustus Wood, J. M. Wood, Sam Wood, Vince Wood, James W. Woods, died in Camp Douglas, October 31, 1864, of inflammation of the bowels; John Woods, died in Camp Douglas, December 15, 1864, of chronic diarrhoea—64 officers and enlisted men. Company I. I have been unable to learn where Company I was recruited, though it was probably in Estill County. There are no known rolls of this company in existence. Its officers were: Captain—Jack May, shot and killed while a prisoner of war. First Lieutenant—T. Corbin. Second L<