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In 1853, a survey team under Amiel W. Whipple set out for California from Fort Smith, Arkansas, in search of a transcontinental railroad route. In addition to studying the engineering obstacles for the railroad, the party collected natural history specimens in this unexplored and dangerous corner of America and when the expedition entered New Mexico, it requested an additional military escort. In 1853, a survey team under Amiel W. Whipple set out for California from Fort Smith, Arkansas, in search of a transcontinental railroad route. In addition to studying the engineering obstacles for the railroad, the party collected natural history specimens in this unexplored and dangerous corner of America and when the expedition entered New Mexico, it requested an additional military escort to guard against hostile Indians. An 1848 West Point graduate, Lt. John C. Tidball had only recently arrived at Fort Defiance in New Mexico, when he received his orders to join the surveying party. Although his official duties were strictly military, Tidball began sketching as soon as he joined the expedition, and his talents made him an indispensable member of Whipple's artistic staff. This book offers a new look at the Whipple expedition through the lens of a newly discovered manuscript of Tidball's memoirs the only firsthand account of the 35th parallel survey to be discovered in nearly thirty years. Soldier-Artist of the Great Reconnaissance includes much of the material from this manuscript, giving us John Tidball's pungent observations on the journey as well as striking examples of his artwork. Melding the observations of several diarists which sometimes presented opposing viewpoints author Eugene Tidball offers a new perspective on the Whipple expedition that focuses on the diverse personalities of the party and on the Native Americans they encountered along the way. The Pacific Railroad Surveys were among the most important explorations of North America ever undertaken. Eugene Tidball's account of this journey tells how the artistic and literary contributions of John Tidball, his distant cousin, enrich our understanding of what the survey party saw and thought as they crossed the continent. Soldier-Artist of the Great Reconnaissance recaptures the Whipple expedition's trials and triumphs as it documents the unusual talents of one of its most versatile members. Books, History and Transport~~History~~Regional & National History, Soldier-Artist Of The Great Reconnaissance~~Book~~9780816522538~~Eugene C. Tidball, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: University of Arizona Press]

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: UNIV OF ARIZONA PR], In 1853, a survey team under Amiel W. Whippel set out for California from Fort Smith, Arkansas, in search of a transcontinental railroad route. In addition to studying the engineering obstacles for the railroad, the party collected natural history specimens in this unexplored and dangerous corner of America--and when the expedition entered New Mexico, it requested an additional military escort to guard against hostile Indians. An 1848 West Point graduate, Lt. John C. Tidball had only recently arrived at Fort Defiance in New Mexico, when he received his orders to join the surveying party. Although his official duties were strictly military, Tidball began sketching as soon as he joined the expedition, and his talents made him an indispensable member of Whipple's artistic staff. This book offers a new look at the Whipple expedition through the lens of a newly discovered manuscript of Tidball's memoirs--the only firsthand account of the 35th parallel survey to be discovered in nearly thirty years. Soldier-Artist of the Great Reconnaissance includes much of the material from this manuscript, giving us John Tidball's pungent observations on the journey as well as striking examples of his artwork. Melding the observations of several charists--which sometimes presented opposing viewpoints--author Eugene Tidball offers a new perspective on the Whipple expedition that focuses on the diverse personalities of the party and on the Native Americans they encountered along the way. The Pacific Railroad Surveys were among the most important explorations of North America ever undertaken. Eugene Tidball's account of this journey tells how the artistic and literary contributions of John Tidball's hisdistant cousin, enrich our understanding of what the survey party saw and thought as they crossed the continent. Soldier-Artist of the Great Reconnaissance recaptures the Whipple expedition's trials and triumphs as it documents the unusual talents of one of its most versatile me Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[EAN: 9780816522538], Near Fine, [PU: University of Arizona Press, Tuczon, Arizona], WESTERN AMERICANA, SOUTHWEST, EXPLORATION, WHIPPLE EXPEDITION, UNITED STATES, U. S. HISTORY, History|United States|19th Century, History|United States|20th Century, Biography & Autobiography|Military, Social Science|Ethnic Studies|Native American Studies, Technology|Surveying, Travel|United States|West|General, Jacket, First printing. Illustrated with drawings by John C. Tidball, photographs, and a map of "The route of the 35th Parallel Pacific Railroad Survey" which spans two pages. Includes endnotes, bibliographical referrnces and index. xvi + 226 pages. "In 1853, a survey team under Amiel W. Whipple set out for California from Fort Smith, Arkansas, in search of a transcontinental railroad route. . . This book offers a new look at the Whipple expedition through the lens of a newly discovered manuscript of Tidball's memoirs. . ." - dust jacket blurb. The book and dust jacket have light shelf wear. The pictorial jacket is very attractive in an archival quality Brodart Jacket cover.

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In 1853, a survey team under Amiel W. Whippel set out for California from Fort Smith, Arkansas, in search of a transcontinental railroad route. In addition to studying the engineering obstacles for the railroad, the party collected natural history specimens in this unexplored and dangerous corner of America--and when the expedition entered New Mexico, it requested an additional military escort to guard against hostile Indians. An 1848 West Point graduate, Lt. John C. Tidball had only recently arrived at Fort Defiance in New Mexico, when he received his orders to join the surveying party. Although his official duties were strictly military, Tidball began sketching as soon as he joined the expedition, and his talents made him an indispensable member of Whipple's artistic staff. This book offers a new look at the Whipple expedition through the lens of a newly discovered manuscript of Tidball's memoirs--the only firsthand account of the 35th parallel survey to be discovered in nearly thirty years. Soldier-Artist of the Great Reconnaissance includes much of the material from this manuscript, giving us John Tidball's pungent observations on the journey as well as striking examples of his artwork. Melding the observations of several charists--which sometimes presented opposing viewpoints--author Eugene Tidball offers a new perspective on the Whipple expedition that focuses on the diverse personalities of the party and on the Native Americans they encountered along the way. The Pacific Railroad Surveys were among the most important explorations of North America ever undertaken. Eugene Tidball's account of this journey tells how the artistic and literary contributions of John Tidball's hisdistant cousin, enrich our understanding of what the survey party saw and thought as they crossed the continent. Soldier-Artist of the Great Reconnaissance recaptures the Whipple expedition's trials and triumphs as it documents the unusual talents of one of its most versatile me

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780816522538
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0816522537
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: UNIV OF ARIZONA PR
226 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,490 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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