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  1. Sketch of the Life of Alexander Wilson; Author of the American Ornithology by George Ord, 2009-12-25
  2. Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House: A Personality Study by Alexander L. George, Juliette L. George, 1964-06-01
  3. Life and Letters of Alexander Wilson (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society) by Alexander Wilson, 1983-12-01
  4. Sketch of the Life of Alexander Wilson by George Ord, 2009-08-08
  5. Personal Narrative of a Journey to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent: Abridged Edition (Penguin Classics) by Alexander von Humboldt, 1996-05-01
  6. The Papers of John C. Calhoun , Volume XXV , 1847-1848
  7. Owls : A Selection of Beautiful Illustrations by John Gould, with Many Others by Archibald Thorburn, Edward Lear, J.J. Audubon and Alexander Wilson by John Gould, Archibald Thorburn, 1991
  8. Difficulties Overcome: Scenes in the Life of Alexander Wilson, the Ornithologist by Cecilia Lucy Brightwell, 2010-02-22
  9. The Library of American Biography: Lives of Alexander Wilson and Captain John Smith by Jared Sparks, 2010-01-12
  10. Alexander Wilson, poet-naturalist; a study of his life with selected poems by James Southall Wilson, 2010-08-29
  11. Alexander Cowan Wilson, 1866-1955: His finances and his causes (Journal of the Friends Historical Society : Supplement ; no. 35) by Stephen Wilson, 1974
  12. Lives of Alexander Wilson and Captain John Smith by William Bourn Oliver Peabody, 2010-03-29
  13. The Poems and Literary Prose of Alexander Wilson, the American Ornithologist: For the First Time Fully Collected and Compared with the Original and Early Editions, Mss., Etc, Volume 2 by Alexander Balloch Grosart, Alexander Wilson, 2010-03-19
  14. Alexander Wilson, naturalist and pioneer. by R. CANTWELL, 1961-01-01

1. Alexander Wilson, American Ornithologist

2. Alexander Wilson: Information From
Wilson, Alexander, 1766–1813, American ornithologist, b. Scotland. He came to the United States c.1794 and taught in rural New Jersey and.
showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Arts Business Entertainment Games ... More... On this page: Encyclopedia Works WordNet Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Alexander Wilson Encyclopedia Wilson, Alexander, 1766–1813, American ornithologist, b. Scotland. He came to the United States c.1794 and taught in rural New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Encouraged by William Bartram , he studied the birds of his adopted country, learned to portray them, and began his American Ornithology (9 vol., 1808–14), a work that is noted for its accuracy and sensitive draftsmanship. The last two volumes of this series of books were completed by his friend and biographer (1829), George Ord, after Wilson's death. Wilson is also known for his poems and essays on nature. Works Works by Alexander Wilson The Boston Athenaeum. The Anthology Club founds this library, museum, and laboratory. In 1845 it would move to its own large building. Mentioned in Hawthorne's American Notebooks , it serves as the setting for Hawthorne's story "The Ghost of Doctor Harris." The Foresters . A poetical description of nature and adventure as experienced on a walking trip from Philadelphia to Niagara Falls and back. Wilson, who would become most known for his

3. Wilson's Biography
Alexander Wilson "I dare say you will smile at my presumption when I tell you that I have seriously begun to make a collection of drawings of the

4. Alexander Wilson
Home Wilson Bulletin - Library - Book Sale - UM Bird Division. Alexander Wilson

5. Wilson Ornithological Society
Named in honor of Alexander Wilson, the Father of American Ornithology, the Society publishes a quarterly journal of ornithology, The Wilson

6. Alexander Wilson(1766-1813)
Magnolia Plantation presents artwork by Alexander Wilson.

7. Alex Wilson (Writer And Actor) Now At
Alex Wilson (writer/actor/humorist/songwriter from Ashland University/Revere High School) and Alex Wilson Studios LLC (developer of software and

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9. MSN Encarta - Search Results - Alexander Wilson
Alexander, Joshua W. member of Woodrow Wilson’s cabinet (table) Alexander, MSN Encarta Premium. Get more results for Alexander Wilson
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Wilson (1944) Alexander Knox was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of Woodrow Wilson, the first world war president, in this three

11. Alexander Wilson Updated Guitar Tuner With Nonstandard Tuning
Alexander Wilson Updated Guitar Tuner With Nonstandard Tuning by Staff , 500 PM EDT, September 11th, 2003

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13. James Wilson Alexander MacDonald
MacDONALD, James wilson alexander, sculptor, born in Steubenville, Ohio, 25 August, 1824. Start your search on James wilson alexander MacDonald.
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Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, edited by James Grant Wilson, John Fiske and Stanley L. Klos. Six volumes, New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1887-1889 and 1999. warns that these 19th Century biographies contain errors and bias. We rely on volunteers to edit the historic biographies on a continual basis. If you would like to edit this biography please submit a rewritten biography in text form . If acceptable, the new biography will be published above the 19th Century Appleton's Cyclopedia Biography citing the volunteer editor.
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14. Wilson Alexander School - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / PA - School Information
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15. CB Alexander Foundation
The Jean wilson alexander Memorial Scholarship. A scholarship to commemorate the life of Jean wilson alexander and to further the career and personal
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The CB Alexander Foundation supports agricultural education at the CB Alexander Agricultural College, Tocal, and holds in perpetuity the Tocal lands and resources. The Foundation is responsible for the conservation and development of the Tocal historic homestead complex. The Foundation administers the following scholarship:
The Jean Wilson Alexander Memorial Scholarship
Introduction In the early 1980s, Misses Marguerita and Myrtle Curtis indicated that they wished to perpetuate the memory of their aunt Jean Wilson Alexander by providing a scholarship to the College. They had known and respected her and gave the issue much consideration. A trust was established and money invested to allow a scholarship to be awarded each year. On Certificate Day, 11 May 1984, the Minister for Agriculture officially announced the Scholarship. The Misses Curtis both died in 1985 and in their wills added further money to the Scholarship funds. Eligibility The Scholarship is available each year to graduates of the College to pursue further education. It is for graduates who wish to:
  • study at universities, colleges of advanced education, TAFE or other institutions full or part-time

16. Pennsylvania Dept Of Education - Academic Achievement Report
Choose a County or I.U. Adams. Allegheny. Armstrong. Beaver. Bedford. Berks. Blair. Bradford. Bucks. Butler. Cambria. Cameron. Carbon. Centre. Chester. Clarion. Clearfield. Clinton. Columbia. Crawford. Cumberland. Dauphin. Delaware. Elk. Erie. Fayette. Forest. Franklin. Fulton. Greene. Huntingdon. Indiana. Jefferson. Juniata. Lackawanna. Lancaster. Lawrence. Lebanon. Lehigh. Luzerne. Lycoming. McKean. Mercer. Mifflin. Monroe. Montgomery. Montour. Northampton. Northumberland. Perry. Philadelphia. Pike. Potter. Schuylkill. Snyder. Somerset. Sullivan. Susquehanna. Tioga. Union. Venango. Warren. Washington. Wayne. Westmoreland. Wyoming. York. ALLEGHENY IU 3. APPALACHIA IU 8. ARIN IU 28. BEAVER VALLEY IU 27. BERKS COUNTY IU 14. BLAST IU 17. BUCKS COUNTY IU 22. CAPITAL AREA IU 15. CARBON-LEHIGH IU 21. CENTRAL IU 10. CENTRAL SUSQUEHANNA IU 16. CHESTER CO IU 24. COLONIAL IU 20. DELAWARE CO IU 25. IU 1. LANCASTER-LEBANON IU 13. LINCOLN IU 12. LUZERNE IU 18. MIDWESTERN IU 4. MONTGOMERY CO IU 23. NORTHEASTERN EDUC. IU 19. NORTHWEST TRI-COUNTY IU 5. PHILADELPHIA IU 26. PITTSBURGH-MT OLIVER IU 2. RIVERVIEW IU 6.

17. Alexander Wilson
Alexander Wilson (Glasgow) In 1744 the whole operation was moved to Glasgow and Wilson began work with the Glasgow University Printers,
Alexander Wilson (Glasgow)
This founder is treated to an excellent exposition by Philip Gaskell in his book on the eighteenth-century printers to Glasgow University. He the subject of some discussion by Johnson and Berry in their book on types. Wilson's first known specimen sheet was issued in 1772 however, William Rind seems to be using these types as early as February, 1770 in his Virginia Gazette. Wilson types are also found in the work of other printers prior to the release of the first specimen indicating a strong word-of-mouth promotion of the fonts among printers and/or agents supplying printers. (This particular subject deserves more study and will be treated to such by the project in the future.) The foundry was first established at St. Andrew's in 1742 in a partnership with John Baine. In 1744 the whole operation was moved to Glasgow and Wilson began work with the Glasgow University Printers, Robert and Andrew Foulis. Specifics:

18. Alexander Wilson - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Alexander Wilson. Alexander Wilson July 6 August 23 ) was a Scottish -born American poet ornithologist naturalist and illustrator Wilson was born in Paisley, Scotland , the son of an illiterate distiller. In 1779 he was apprenticed as a weaver. His main interest at this time was in writing poetry , and his poems commenting on the unfair treatment of the weavers by their employers got him into trouble with the authorities. The "golden age of Renfrewshire song" is embodied in the persons of Wilson and Robert Tannahill Wilson was seven years younger than Robert Burns and eight years older than Tannahill. He was born near the Hammils, a broad if not steep waterfall in Paisley where the river Cart skirts Seedhill. It does indeed appear to be the case, as William Motherwell states, that a great amount of literary activity began in Paisley around this time.

19. Family History Nancy Wilson
James wilson alexander, was born in Palestine, on the 12th of May 1832, Frank wilson alexander, who married a very estimable lady of good parentage,
Nancy Wilson Alexander Shepherd
May 17, 1941 Palestine, Illinois
Milford, Decatur County, Indiana. October 14, 1876
This so far as I know is the family history of Nancy Wilson, Later Nancy Wilson Alexander and later Nancy Wilson Alexander Shepherd, widow of John Donathen Shepherd. This is as given in her own words on the day above written. "My father, James Wilson, was born in Virginia, Old "Dominion, in Hardin County, about a farm located on a stream known as "Forest Run" , in the year 1768. He remained there until his removal west in the town of Romney on our way to Ohio. We had two six horse teams and three loose horses. When we arrived at Brownstown in Fayette County, Pennsylvania father purchased a flat boat, for which he paid $100.00, hiring a captain whose services were paid for by moving his family in our boat, putting wagons and plunder in the boat. Father and Mother took the horses overland. The Monongahela River being very low, the trip was very tedious, although many Parkers and others came down about this time and settled in Clark County, Illinois, where some of their descendents now live. I was 13 years old at the time. My father, when he left Virginia, had eleven children, all living to have families of their own, except one daughter, Maria, who died in her eighth year in the fall of 1819 in Palestine, Crawford County, being buried on the "Knoll" north west of Palestine, about one half mile from town, on land which is owned by Mrs. Eliza Ann Patton. The remains were afterwards removed to the cementary established by the settlers. "The Grove" being the burying ground of the "Scouts an Rangers" of an earlier day.

20. 1850 Census Of CLARK County, IL P.253b
Wilson Mary 8 F Illinois 40 1277 1277 Wilson Lewis 6 M Illinois 41 1277 1277 wilson alexander 4 M Illinois 42 1277 1277 Wilson Clarinda 2 F Illinois
1850 Census of CLARK County, IL p.253b
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This is the 1850 federal census for CLARK County, IL.
LN = Line Number Family appeared on
HN = Dwelling houses numbered in the order of visitation
FN = Families numbered in the order of visitation LAST NAME, FIRST NAME = The Name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family RACE = Color (white, black or mulatto) OCCUP. = Profession, Occupation,or Trade of each Male over 15 years of age VAL. = Value of Real Estate owned

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