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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Fitch, John
Fitch, John ((inventor))
Dates: 
1743-1798
Creation class: 
Cartographic material
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author
Related names: 
Force, Peter (1790-1868)
Jefferson Exhibit Collection (Library of Congress)
Pennsylvania. General Assembly
Poulson, Zachariah (1761-1844)
Short, William
Thornton, William (1759-1828)
Titles: 
autobiography of John Fitch, The
Estados Unidos. NE.
explanation for keeping a ship's traverse at sea, by the columbian ready reckoner. By John Fitch, An
John Fitch papers
Map of the north west parts of the United States of America, A
original steam-boat supported, or, A reply to James Rumsey's pamphlet, The : shewing the true priority of John Fitch, and the false datings, &c. of James Rumsey.
original steam-boat supported; or, A reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphlet. Shewing the true priority of John Fitch, and the false datings, &c. of James Rumsey. Philadelphia, Printed by Zachariah Poulson, junr. on the west side of Fourth-street, between Market and Arch-streets, 1788., The
original steam-boat supported, The ; or, A reply to Mr. James Rumsey's pamphlet. Shewing the true priority of John Fitch, and the false datings, &c. of James Rumsey.
Plan of Mr. Fitch's steam boat
Reply to James Rumsey's pamphlet
Short account of the origin of steam boats
To the honorable representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. the petition and remonstrance of John Fitch, of the city of Philadelphia. Respectfully sheweth, that your petitioner hath seen the printed bill for granting to James Rumsey certain inventions ...
Whereas John Fitch, of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has proposed a machine for promoting navigation with other useful purposes, which has been generally approved by all men of science, ... We the subscribers being willing to promote so laudable an undertaking; do promise to pay the said Fitch, or order the sums against our respective names, provided said Fitch, shall have ready to be delivered to us at [blank] in the [blank] of [blank] by the [blank] of [blank] next, so many of his maps of the N.W. parts of the United States, as shall answer to the sums subscribed by us. N.B. Said Fitch pledges his word that the one half of the money shall be applied toward making the experiment above proposed.
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