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Hough, Benjamin Franklin
Hough, F. B.
Hough, Frank B.
Hough, Franklin
Hough, Franklin B.
Hough, Franklin Benjamin
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Headley, Joel Tyler (1813-1897)
Rogers, Robert (1731-1795. [from old catalog])
Smith, Vivian G.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Census
United States. Dept. of Agriculture
United States. Forest Service
United States. Office of Education
University of the State of New York
Vasey, George
Williams, Eleazer (1787-1858)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Agricultural statistics of the state of New York, by counties, from the census of 1865.
American biographical notes
catalogue of indigenous, naturalized, and filicord plants of lewis counties, new york, a
Census of the state of New York for 1855 taken in pursuance of article third of the constitution of the state and of chapter sixty-four of the laws of 1855
Constitutional provisions in regard to education in the several states of the American union
Convention, 1780
Diary of the siege of Detroit in the war with Pontiac.
elements of forestry
familiar talk about trees, A : delivered in the hall of the House of Representatives, Concord, at a meeting of the New Hampshire Board of Agriculture, on the evening of June 13, 1883
Historical and statistical record of the University of the State of New York during the century from 1784 to 1884
History of Duryée's brigade, during the campaign in Virginia under Gen. Pope, and in Maryland under Gen. McClellan, in the summer and autumn of 1862
History of jefferson county in the state of new york, from the earliest period to the present time
History of st. lawrence and franklin counties, new york, from the earliest period to the present time
Journals of Major Robert Rogers: containing an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America during the late war;
Lewis County [microform] : remarks by Dr. Hough on the evening of September 12, 1872, on the occasion of the Albany field meeting.
Life of Te-ho-ra-gwa-ne-gen
methods of statistics, The : address
narrative of the causes which led to Philip's Indian war, of 1675 and 1676, A
New York convention manual : prepared in pursuance of chapters 194 and 458, of the laws of 1867, under the direction of Francis C. Barlow, Secretary of State, Thomas Hillhouse, comptroller, and John H. Martindale, Attorney-General
Ninth census of the United States.
Notes of the voyage, in '93, towards "Castorland," and operations therein, in Lewis Co., N.Y., 1794-'95.
on military and camp hospitals
On the importance of giving timely attention to the growth of woodlands for the supply of charcoal for metallurgical uses.
Papers relating to Pemaquid and parts adjacent in the present state of Maine, known as Cornwall County, when under the colony of New York
Plan for seizing and carrying to New-York Coll. Wm. Goffe, the regicide : as set forth in the affidavit of John London, Apr. 20, 1678
Planting trees in school grounds and the celebration of Arbor Day.
Prize essay on medical and vital statistics
Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates from Several of the New-England States, held at Boston, August 3-9, 1780 : to advise on affairs necessary to promote the most vigorous prosecution of the war, and to provide for a generous reception of our French allies
proper value and management of government timber lands and the distribution of North American forest trees, being papers read at the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, May 7-8, 1884., The
Public health interests concerned in the preservation of certain primeval forests and in the cultivation of groves and trees
report on the mines and lands of the St. Lawrence mining company., A
Report upon forestry
Results of a series of meteorological observations, made in obedience to instructions from the Regents of the University, at Sundry academies in the State of New-York, from 1826 to 1850 inclusive
siege of Charleston, by the British fleet and army under the command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, which terminated with the surrender of that place on the 12th of May, 1780., The
siege of Savannah, by the combined American and French Forces, under the command of Gen. Lincoln, and the Count d'Estaing, in the autumn of 1779., The
washingtoniana: or, memorials of the death of george washington
With hand and heart : the courtship letters of Franklin B. Hough and Mariah Kilham, January through May, 1849