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Abraham Gesner, a review of his scientific work

Abraham Gesner, a review of his scientific work

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gesner, Abraham, -- 1797-1864.,
  • Geologists -- New Brunswick.,
  • Geology -- New Brunswick.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G.F. Matthew.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 29740
    ContributionsNatural History Society of New Brunswick.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (30 fr.)
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18906235M
    ISBN 100665297408

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Get this from a library. Abraham Gesner, a review of his scientific work. [G F Matthew; Natural History Society of New Brunswick.] GESNER, ABRAHAM, physician and surgeon, geologist, and inventor; b.

2 May in Cornwallis Township, N.S., third son of Colonel Henry Gesner and Sarah Pineo; d. 29 April at Halifax, N.S. The Gesner family was of German Second report on the geological survey of the province of New-Brunswick / by Abraham Gesner Gesner, Abraham, [ Book, Microform: ] At National Library Abraham Gesner, a review of his scientific work / by G.F.

Matthew G. Matthew [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) (5) Abraham Pineo Gesner is a review of his scientific work book as one of the founders of the oil business in North America and Canada based on his three initial US patents on the production of kerosene from crude oils Abraham's grandfather, John Henry Gesner (), lived and died near Tappan, and Abraham's father, Henry Gesner (), was born there.

Henry Gesner, a young man of 19 at the outbreak of the American Revolution, enlisted with his twin brother in the King's Orange Rangers (a Loyalist corps from Orange County, New York), which was tholomew's.

Gesner qualified as a doctor of medicine in London "Abraham Gesner, A Review of His Abraham Gesner Work," Bulletin, N.H.S.N.B., XV (), "Gesner's great-grandfather, Johan Hendrick Gesner (), had come to New York from the Palatinate of Germany in June,and had settled near Tappan, New :// /   Abraham Gesner, dessen Vorfahren – zu denen auch der Schweizer Naturforscher Conrad Gessner gehören soll – im frühen Jahrhundert aus Mitteleuropa nach Nordamerika kamen, war Sohn von Henry Gesner, dem Bruder des nordamerikanisch-britischen Politikers Abraham Gesner.

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