2 edition of William Jackson Palmer, pathfinder and builder found in the catalog.
William Jackson Palmer, pathfinder and builder
George Foster Peabody
|Statement||a compilation of addresses at presentations of bronze bas reliefs and equestrian statue, commemorating his life and work.|
|LC Classifications||CT275.P35 P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 78 p.|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||32017013|
A. William Jackson Palmer Family. Box 1 (II)A:1 William Jackson Palmer: Black & white photographs depict General Palmer in the garden at Glen Eyrie, in a Union uniform, in a cloak and hat, as a young man in San Francisco, on a bench at Glen Eyrie, with dogs, on a horse, and aiming a gun at a stuffed cat. Also includes numerous portraits of. General William Jackson Palmer General Palmer was born in Delaware in and raised in Philadelphia as a Quaker. At 17, he worked for a Pennsylvania railroad; later, he studied railroads and other industries in Europe. At 25, Palmer led a volunteer cavalry regiment which fought successfully throughout the Civil War.
In , William Jackson Palmer, a former Union Army general, founded the D&RG Railroad. An experienced railroad manager and civil engineer, Palmer left a lasting mark on Colo - rado, establishing, among other places, Colorado Springs, Ala-mosa, and Durango. Palmer dreamed of . William Jackson Palmer (Septem – Ma ) was an American civil engineer, soldier, industrialist, and philanthropist. During the Civil War, he was made General and was a Medal of Honor recipient.. Palmer's early career helping build and develop the expanding railroads of the United States in Pennsylvania was interrupted by the American Civil War (–65).
Palmer Lake has been a railroad town since the first narrow gauge trains of Gen. William Jackson Palmer passed through the town in traveling between Denver and Colorado Springs. In later years five other railroads hauled freight and passenger traffic through Palmer Lake. William Jackson Palmer (Septem – Ma ) was an American civil engineer, soldier, industrialist, and philanthropist. During the Civil War, he was made General (brevet) and was a Medal of Honor recipient.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Peabody, George Foster, William Jackson Palmer, pathfinder and builder. [Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Priv. Print. William Jackson William Jackson Palmer Pathfinder And Builder. Peabody, George Foster, Foreword.
Saratoga Springs, NY: Privately Printed, First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Item # Rear cover has light staining, front cover has two spatters of light staining. ; "A compilation of addresses at presentations of bronze bas reliefs and equestrian statue.
William Jackson Palmer, pathfinder and builder: a compilation of addresses at presentations of bronze bas reliefs and equestrian statue commemorating his life and work Average Rating Author. Varies, see individual formats and editions. Pub. Date. 19xx. A builder of the West: the life of General William Jackson Palmer John Stirling Fisher, Chase Mellen The Caxton printers, ltd., - Transportation - pages.
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WILLIAM JACKSON PALMER William Jackson Palmer was born to a Quaker family in Delaware on Septem As a young boy, William was fascinated by trains. He later worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad and learned all he could about a railroad company and engineering.
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During the American Civil War, he was promoted to Brevet Brigadier General and received a Medal of Honor for his actions. In his early career, Palmer helped develop the expanding railroads of the United States in Pennsylvania; this was.
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He died in Colorado Springs in From the description of William Jackson Palmer letters, (bulk ). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: From the description of William Jackson Palmer letters, (bulk ). William Jackson Palmer (Septem – Ma ) was an American civil engineer, soldier, industrialist, and philanthropist.
Overview Young Palmer's early career helping build and develop the expanding railroads of the United States in Pennsylvania was interrupted by. As would be the case with many of his grand ventures, one of Palmer’s main partners would be his close lifelong friend William Bell, doctor turned photographer, adventurer, then empire builder.
Incorporated on Octowith a capital stock investment of $2, Palmer served as D&RG’s first president while Bell was second in. Peabody, George F. WILLIAM JACKSON PALMER: Pathfinder and Builder.
A Compilation of Addresses at Presentations of Bronze Bas Reliefs and Equestrian Statue Commemorating His Life and Work.
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Who was William Jackson Palmer, besides a railroad builder and founder of Colorado Springs. This “unauthorized biography” of a truly remarkable and modest man will open every reader’s eyes to a new view of Civil War Medal of Honor recipient.
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william jackson palmer, pathfinder and builder. A COMPILATION OF ADDRESSES AT PRESENTATION OF BRONZE BAS RELIEFS AND EQUESTRIAN STATUE COMMEMORATING HIS LIFE AND WORK. by Palmer, William Jackson."The Life & Times of General William Jackson Palmer" Founder of Colorado Springs, Colorado and the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad.
A Civil War hero, railroad builder, community-founder and benefactor, William Palmer’s life seemed the quintessential 19th century success story.Palmer was a founder of the city of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and was a founder of Colorado College.
He died in Colorado Springs in Location: BEINECKE (Non-Circulating) Call Number: WA MSS S Cite as: William Jackson Palmer Letters. Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. extent.