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Name: 
Gillmore, Q. A.
Gillmore, Quincy A.
Gillmore, Quincy Adams
Gilmore, Q. A.
Gilmore, Quincy Adams
Dates: 
1825-1888
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Text
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author
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United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
United States. Engineer dept. [from old catalog]
United States. Engineering Dept. [from old catalog]
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Engineer and artillery operations against the defences of Charleston Harbor in 1863 : comprising the descent upon Morris Island, the demolition of Fort Sumter, the reduction of Forts Wagner and Gregg ; with observations on heavy ordnance, fortifications, etc.
Galvestone
limes, hydraulic cements, and mortars
Notes on the compressive resistance of freestone, brick piers, hydraulic cements, mortars and concretes.
Official report to the United States Engineer Department of the siege and reduction of Fort Pulaski, Georgia, February, March, and April, 1862
Official report to the United States Engineer Dept. ... 1988:
Practical treatise on limes, hydraulic cements, and mortars. Containing reports of numerous experiments conducted in New York City, during the years 1858 to 1861, inclusive.
practical treatise on roads, streets, and pavements, a
Quincy Adams Gillmore signature
Report of experiments with the Seely and Bethell processes for the preservation of timber
Report on the compressive strength, specific gravity , and ratio of absorption of the building stones in the United States
Report on the compressive strength, specific gravity, and ration of absorption of the building stones in the United States
Report on the compressive strength, specific gravity, and ration of absorption of the various kinds of building-stone from different sections of the United States, tested at Fort Tompkins, Staten Island, N.Y.
siege and reduction of fort pulaski, the
strength of the building stones of the united states, the
Supplementary report to Engineer and artillery operations against the defences of Charleston harbor in 1863.
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