2 edition of Travels in the Confederation [1783-1784] from the German of Johann David Schoepf found in the catalog.
Travels in the Confederation [1783-1784] from the German of Johann David Schoepf
Johann David SchГ¶pf
|Statement||translated and edited by Alfred J. Morrison.|
|Contributions||Morrison, Alfred James, 1876-1923|
|LC Classifications||E164 S38, E164 S38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
ica. That same year, naturalist Johann David Schoepf included numerous geological descriptions of America in his German lan-guage travel narrative, Travels in the Confederation, – (Merrill, ; Schoepf and Morrison, ; Greene, ). Schoepf was a . Travels in the Confederation, , Johann David Schoepf, Alfred J. Morrison X My Own Book of Prayers, Helen Caswell Hornito - My Lie Life, Mike Albo .
Dec 01, · This paper lists published sources pertaining to the lives and work of seventy individuals who contributed to early botanical knowledge of the Southeastern United States. General sources, primarily biographical compilations and scientific bibliographies, are listed at the beginning of the paper, followed by entries for individual botanists. For each botanist, the listed information includes Cited by: 2. During the British occupation of Philadelphia in –, York hosted the Continental Congress for nine months. More than half of the town’s taxpayers in were artisans, who represented some forty distinct trades. According to German traveler Johann David Schoepf, who visited York in , the inhabitants were “very largely Germans.”.
A German traveler, Johann David Schoepf Johann David Schoepf offered a strikingly similar history of maroons in a description of his travels through the Dismal Swamp on his way to North Carolina in While it is possible that Schoepf’s published description was influenced by Smyth’s earlier account, Schoepf’s is important. In a book entitled Round about our Coal-Fire; There is no record of a Christmas tree in Williamsburg until , although decorated trees (being a German custom) may have been found in [Johann Schoepf, Travels in the Confederation, , Vol. II, page ].
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Home; web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Johann David Schoepff, or Schoepf, or Schöpf, (March 8, – September 10, ) was a German botanist, zoologist, and physician.
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Charleston founded inis a port city, steeped in history with gracious charm and beauty that belie an unyielding strength which over the centuries has withstood the ravages of wars, earthquakes, fires, pirates, and hurricanes. Johann David Schoepf () “After the Revolution” Johann David Schoepf (–), German physician and naturalist, was the son of a wealthy merchant in Bayreuth.
He graduated in from the University of Erlangen, where he studied medicine and natural sciences. After a year of travelCited by: 1. Johann David Schoepff, or Schoepf, or Schöpf, was a German botanist, zoologist, and physician. — He was born in Bayreuth and travelled to New York in as the chief surgeon for the Ansbach regiment of Hessian troops fighting for King George III of the United.
He hoped to make a great profit because throughout the war little of this article was gathered, and it was now demanded in quantity by certain Frenchmen [for the China trade]” (SCHOEPF description begins Johann David Schoepf.
Travels in the Confederation [–]. Johann David Schoepf, Travels in the Confederationedited and translated from the German by Alfred Morrison (Philadelphia: William J. Campbell, ), pp Jones, Thomas H. By Eric Leder, North Carolina State University.
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Dec 13, · Title: Travels in the Confederation, Author: Johann David Schoepf - Johann David Schoepff, or Schoepf, or Schöpf was a German botanist, zoologist, and physician.
He was born in Bayreuth and travelled to New York in as the chief surgeon for the Ansbach regiment of Hessian troops fighting for King George III of the United Kingdom.
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He was educated as a physician and scientist, and he came to America during the Revolution, inas the chief surgeon for German troops in the service of George III. His published works are: "Halifax County, Virginia: A Handbook," (Richmond, ); "Travels in Virginia in Revolutionary Times, ," a series of articles appearing in the "Richmond Times-Dispatch,"showing the opinions regarding Virginia formed by intelligent travelers, British, French, German and Italian; "Travels in the United.
Having been a delegate to the Albany Congress in along with Benjamin Franklin, Tasker may have learned of the interesting new grape found near Philadelphia from Franklin, who was attentive to such matters (information from Dr.
McGrew). Chastellux, Marquis de. Travels in North America in the Years, and Edited by Howard Rice. Chapel Hill: University ofNorth Carolina Press, Colden, Cadwallader. History ofthe Five Indian Nations. London, Cook, Fred, ed.
Journals ofthe Military Expedition ofMajor GeneralJohn Sullivan against the Six Nations in !).Cited by: Apr 01, · Had Bangs been aware of the journals of Johann David Schöpf, he would have realized that Bahamian raccoons were the result of an introduction, rather than a naturally occurring, undescribed species.
The German edition of his book was published in Erlangen inTravels in the confederation [–] from the German of Johann Cited by: of diligence.» At mowing time his laborers were given meat every day and buttermilk in the evening.
The German physician Johann Schoepf, travelling through the Southern states just after the war, noted that slaves in North Carolina received a daily ration of «but a quart of Author: Barbara Karsky.