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Central American career of E. George Squier

Charles L Stansifer

Central American career of E. George Squier

by Charles L Stansifer

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Squier, E. G. -- 1821-1888,
  • Diplomats -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles Lee Stansifer
    The Physical Object
    Pagination221 leaves
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14605910M

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    Squier, E. G. (Ephraim George), Papers, a bibliography of Squier's writings (), and other papers relating to his diplomatic career, particularly in Honduras, and his interest in archeology and ethnology. the Honduras Interoceanic Railway, ltd.; his diplomatic posts as charge d'affairs to Central America and U. S.   Scowcroft was described at times as both gentle and tough, a brilliant coordinator most concerned with results, a tireless worker accustomed to hour days. In a study of his career, historian David F. Schmitz noted that Scowcroft had been at the center of numerous post-Vietnam War discussions of American foreign policy.


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Central American career of E. George Squier by Charles L Stansifer Download PDF EPUB FB2

During this period, Squier collaborated with physician Edwin H. Davis on the book, Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley, which was issued in The work was a landmark in American scientific research, the study of the prehistoric Mound Builders of North America, and the early development of archaeology as a scientific : JBethlehem, New York.

The Central American career of E. George Squier by Charles L Stansifer (Book) Ephraim George Squier papers, by E. G Squier (). The University of Kansas has long historical connections with Central America and the many Central Americans who have earned graduate degrees at KU.

This work is part of the Central American Theses and Dissertations collection in KU ScholarWorks and is being made freely available with permission of the author through the efforts of Professor Emeritus Charles Stansifer of the History department.

Translation of part of The Central American career of E. George Squier. Description: 64 pages ; 28 cm. Series Title: Libro del mes de la Revista Conservadora del Pensamiento Centroamericano.,Nov.

Other Titles: Central American career of E. George Squier. Revista conservadora del pensamiento centroamericano. Responsibility. Ephraim George Squier and the development of American anthropology (Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology) Terry A.

Barnhart Ephraim George Squier and the Development of American Anthropology is an intellectual biography of Ephraim Squier (–88) and his contributions to the development of the nascent disciplines of archaeology. This article examines the ideological foundations of American diplomat Ephraim George Squier's Notes on Central America (), and its effect on the formation of Honduran identity.

The TLphraim George Squier Manuscripts 3 1 3 Central American affairs), and materials relating to Squier in other manuscript collections in the Library. Squier Papers Manuscripts: 1. "Review of Parties in Guatemala.

Translated from EL Progreso of San Salvador." n.d. 29 pp. Santa Anna [Description of a department of San Salvador], 5 pp. After meeting the archaeologist and diplomat, Ephraim George Squier, Heine was invited to accompany him, as an artist, on his consular duties to Central America.

Proceeding ahead of Squier, he collected and recorded indigenous plants and animals and compiled notes for future publications. Bancroft’s Central American collections include those of Brasseur de Bourbourg, Alphonse Pinart, Ephraim George Squier, John Lloyd Stephens, and Alfred Keane Moe. Also significant are Bancroft's Reference Notes on Central America and numerous papers and memoirs of U.S.

travelers, merchants, and filibuster participants. The following is a translation: E. GEORGE SQUIER, NICARAGUA, Y HENRI LYTTON BULWER. Leon, Another Spanish translation was printed at Granada, THE VOLCANOES OF CENTRAL AMERICA, and the Geological BIBLIOGRAPHY 53 and Topographical Features of Nicaragua, as connected with the proposed Interoceanic Canal.

New- York, The following is a translation: E. George Squier, Nicaragua, y Henri Lytton Bulwer. Leon, 1 85 1. Another Spanish translation was printed at Granada, The Volcanoes of Central America, and the Geological BIBLIOGRAPHY 53 and Topographical Features of Nicaragua, as connected with the proposed Interoceanic Canal.

New- York, Title: Ephraim George Squier papers Creator: Squier, Ephraim George, Inclusive dates: Bulk dates: Extent: 43 items Abstract: The Ephraim George Squier papers encompass both family and business matters, the latter being mostly diplomatic in nature and covering the period of Squier's life when he was United States Commissioner to Peru () and Consul.

Search result for squier-e-g-ephraim-george: Observations on the Uses of the Mounds of the West, with an Attempt at Their Classification(), Letters from Francis Parkman to E.G. Squier, with Bibliographical Notes and a Bibliography of E.G.

Squier(), Observations on the Uses of the Mounds of the West, with an Attempt at Their Classification(), Die Staaten. George Soros, (born AugBudapest, Hungary), Hungarian-born American financier, author, philanthropist, and activist whose success as an investor made him one of the wealthiest men in the was also known as a powerful and influential supporter of liberal social causes.

Early life. Soros, who was born into a prosperous Jewish family, had his upbringing disrupted. and other papers relating to Squier's diplomatic career as U.S. chargé d'affairs in Central America (), U.S. commissioner to Peru (), and Honduran consul general in New York, N.Y.

(), and Squier's studies and writings in archaeology and ethnology. Selected Search Terms. See also E. Squier on Wikipedia, and our Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography disclaimer.

Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography — Squier, Ephraim George SQUIER, Ephraim George, author, b. in Bethlehem.

Came across an interesting book published by Harper & Brothers in New York in It is titled - Peru. Incidents of travel and exploration in the land of the Incas, and was authored by Ephraim George book contains some fairly interesting images of.

Written by American journalist Walter Isaacson, Leonardo da Vinci grabbed the pole position on the New York Times bestseller list. The Washington Post described the book as vigorous and insightful.

The book is based on the thousands of pages of notes of the iconic painter, and the new findings about the artist’s life and work. American Methodist Be innin s (New York 1 The Abingdon Press, • Helpful insights may also be found in Frank Baker, "The Beginnings of American Methodism," Methodist Histor.y, 2 (October, J), pp.

Manning Potts, ''Methodism in Colonial America," in Bucke, American Methodism, PP• 74. People: Peter Bernhard Wilhelm Heine. Frederic Trautmann, translator of Heine's memoir With Perry to Japan, summarized the life of Heine concisely when he wrote "[he] was an artist and illustrator, a teacher of painting in Europe and the United States, a consular aide in Central America, and an author."Peter Bernhard Wilhelm Heine was born on Janu in Dresden, Germany.

Ephraim George Squier (J - Ap ) was an American archaeologist and newspaper editor. Biography He was born in Bethlehem, New York, the son of a minister of English heritage and his Palatine German wife.

[ 1 ].ProQuest’s P to E program can help libraries provide access to print holdings electronically. More thantitles are available for a 50% discount on Ebook Central list price when you own the print. Click here to access Ebook Central publishers participating in p to e discount program.Nicaragua's Academy of Geography and History and the Central Bank of Nicaragua invited Stansifer to give the lead presentation in a series of programs given in the country's major cities: Managua, Leon and Granada.

Stansifer's lecture, delivered in Spanish, was titled "E. George Squier: The First Central Americanist of the United States.".