Case Books: Creator/Related Name Index Humphrey, SD (Samuel Dwight), 18231883. Hunter, Alexander from old catalog Hupfauer, Theo. Husebye, Terry. Huson, Thomas, 1844- from old catalog http://lcweb2.loc.gov/pp/casebkhtml/casebkAuthors13.html
TITLES Seen By Oriental Diplomat, by Wu Tingfang BACK TO ORDER PAGE American Hand Bookof the Daguerrotype, by Humphrey, SD (Samuel Dwight), 18231883 American Notes http://www.avalondigitalpress.com/titles.htm
Project Gutenberg: INDEX OF AUTHORS 18731933 Hulbert, James Root, 1884- Human Genome Project Hume, David, 1711-1776Hume, Fergus, 1859-1932 Humphrey, SD (Samuel Dwight), 1823-1883 Huneker, James http://pg2.org/ProjectGuternberg.htm
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Genealogy Index For Surnames Beginning With C 18451917) Castleman, SD (-) Castor, Henry (-) Cate 1823-1883) Catledge, Susannah(WFT Est. Colquhoun, David (-) Colquhoun, Humphrey (-) Colquhoun, Isabel http://millennium.fortunecity.com/bigears/817/html/idxc.htm
Title Translate this page of Religion On Public Credit On Taxes A Treatise of Human Nature Hume, Fergus(1859-1932) The Green Mummy Humphrey, SD (1823-1883) American Hand http://www.zghlawyer.com/free_hdr.php?xname=63JMCV0&dname=DIN0EV0&xpos=263&cname
HL 18411922 Hughes, Thomas, 1822-1896 Hugo, Victor Marie, 1802-1885 Human GenomeProject Humphrey, SD (Samuel Dwight), 1823-1883 Husted, Michael Hutsko, http://digilander.libero.it/lazzi/cur.html
Extractions: Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 Aaron Trow http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930 Aaron's Rod http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901 Abbeychurch http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Oliver, Charles A. (Charles Alexander), 1858-1932 ABC's Of Science http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Abbott, Jacob Aboriginal America (1860) http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/ebooks/ msr,plm,htm-eng Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904 About Love http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Human Genome Project About The Human Genome Files http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891 Abraham Lincoln http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Stephenson, Nathaniel W. (Nathaniel Wright), 1867-1935 Abraham Lincoln And The Union; a chronicle of the embattled North http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural Address http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address http://gutenberg.net/ txt,htm-eng Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849
Extractions: Here's another suggestion with lots of lead time, based on astronomy picture of the day. Maria Mitchell, pioneer Americanwoman astronomer, discovered her very own comet (Mitchell 1847V) on October 1, 1847. She lived from 1818 to 1889(don't know the DAY of her birth or death), was one of the most famous scientists of her day. She was the first woman to beappaointed a professor of astronomy (Vassar), and the only woman elected to American Acaemy of Arts and Sciences until1943. Lots of the Bleed's saints and sinners would support her two-word quote: "Question everything."
? HODGES - Patricia HOPKINS 1 Elizabeth Plantagenet HOLLAND =Humphrey DE BOHUN Marriage WFT Est 129213262 Margaret DE BOHUN =Hugh Birth 1 SEP 1788; Death WFT Est 1823-1883 http://www.gaia.edu/genclass/weems/people/p000001y.htm
Extractions: This genealogy was compiled by Albert F. McVean. FOREWORD The McVeans were common folk. Disappointing as it may be to some, no royal blood is known to have coursed through their progenitor's veins. This family is a Sept of the Clan McNab. They lived in the most remote part of Glen Lochay, a narrow valley measuring about five miles from the top of the mountain ridge on one side to the top of the mountain on the other side. Through this valley flows the river Lochay which empties from the west into Loch Tay near the village of Killin. In this obscure fastness lived seventy-five families supporting themselves on their little crofts, "nothing wanting". However, there came a day when England's constant warring created a great demand for wool to outfit its far flung armies and hired mercenaries. As a result the price of oared enormously and the landlords, eyeing the greater profits therefrom, mercilessly forced the renting crofters from their little plots of ground and turned the whole into grazing lands for sheep. In this dilemma the crofters were faced with starvation or the necessity of emigrating and most if not all from this area left their former homes to emigrate to America. The majority of them made their way to Johnstown, N.Y. where one Donald McVEAN, the beneficiary of his grandfather's sizable estate, had settled just prior to the American Revolution.