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Author of A journal of travels in England, Holland (and Scotland)
Journal of travels in England, Holland (and Scotland, Author of)
Silliman, B.
Silliman, Benjamin,
Silliman, Benjamin (Professor)
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1779-1864
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Bakewell, Robert (1768-1843)
Barrell, Samuel B.
Barrellville Mining Company
Bibliothèque nationale du Québec
Renwick, James (1790?-1863))
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe (1793-1864))
Shaker Collection (Library of Congress)
Silliman, Benjamin (1816-1885; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Silliman, Benjamin (1816-1885))
Silliman, Gold Selleck (1777-1868)
United States. Dept. of the Treasury
Yale University Affiliation (see also from)
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Address delivered before the Association of American Geologists and Naturalists at their Meeting held in Boston, April 25-30, 1842 with an abstract of the proceedings at the meeting
Am. j. sci. (New Haven)
american Journal of science more especially of Mineralogy, Geology, and the other branches of natural history including also Agriculture and the ornamentals as well as useful arts, The
Benjamin Silliman correspondence
Consistency of the discoveries of modern geology with the sacred history of the creation and the Deluge
Electro-magnetism, 1837
Electro-magnetism : a brief essay or informal lecture on electro-magnetism, with a full description of models of Davenport's machines, as now exhibited in New York, and at the Masonic Hall, Philadelphia : with an extract from the American Journal of Science
Elements of chemistry, in the order of the lectures given in Yale College
Extracts from a report made to the Maryland Mining Company on the estate of said company, in the county of Allegany, Maryland
introduction to geology; intended to convey a practical knowledge of the science, and comprising the most important recent discoveries; with explanations of the facts and phenomena which serve to confirm or invalidate various geological theories., An
James Eastburn & Co. of New York, and Hezekiah How, of New-Haven, submit to the patronage of men of science the following prospectus of the American scientific journal to be conducted by Professor Silliman, of Yale College, aided by gentlemen of science and eminence
Journal of travels in england, holland and scotland, and of two passages over the atlantic, in the years 1805 and 1806
Letters of Shahcoolen (1802); a facsimile reproduction
Maggie! : Maggie Lindsley's journal, Nashville, Tennessee, 1864, Washington, D.C., 1865 : including letters written to her in 1862 from Professor Benjamin Silliman of Yale College.
Manual on the cultivation of the sugar cane, and the fabrication and refinement of sugar.
Memoir of Eli Whitney, Esq
Oration delivered at hartford on the 6th of july, a.d. 1802 before the society of the cincinnati for the state of connecticut, assembled to celebrate the anniversary of american independence
Peculiarities of the Shakers described in a series of letters from Lebanon Springs in the year 1832, containing an account of the origin, worship and doctrines of the Shakers' society
Remarks introductory to the first American edition of Dr. Mantell's wonders of geology
Remarks made on a short tour between Hartford and Quebec in the autumn of 1819
Report of the trustees of the Montreal Mining Company to the shareholders at the adjourned general meeting, of the 30th November, 1846.
Sketch of the life and character of president dwight, delivered as an eulogium, in new-haven, february 12th, 1817, before the academic body, of yale college, composed of the senatus academicus, faculty and students
Some encomiums upon the excellent treatise of chemistry, by Berzelius : also, objections to his nomenclature, and suggestions respecting a substitute, deemed preferable, in a letter to Professor Silliman
Supplementary report by Professors Silliman, Renwick, Schoolcraft and others upon the mineral resources of the lands of the Barrelville Mining Company
Thomas Brown and his pretended history of Shakers.
Vindication of Mr. E.C. Genet's Memorial on the upwards forces of fluid in two letters to Professor Silliman To which are added Remarks on aerostation
Visit to europe in 1851
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