Alexander Dallas Bache
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Who is Alexander Dallas Bache?
Alexander Dallas Bache was an American physicist, scientist and surveyor who erected coastal fortifications and conducted a detailed survey mapping of the United States coastline.
- also known as Бейч, Александр Даллас
- born on (209 years ago) in Philadelphia
- nationality: United States of America
- education: United States Military Academy
- profession: Physicist
- died on (148 years ago) in Newport
- buried in Congressional Cemetery
- award: - Patron's Gold Medal (For extensive and accurate surveys of America)
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by Virginia Trimble, Thomas R. Williams, Katherine Bracher, Richard Jarrell, Jordan D. Marché, F. Jamil Ragep
Patronage, Practice, and the Culture ofAmerican Science:Alexander Dallas Bache and the US CoastSurvey. Cambridge: Cambridge ...
American Reference Library: Encyclopedic dictionary of American reference, by J.F. Jameson and J.W. Buel (1900)
Since then its work has progressed constantly, under Alexander Dallas Bache and other eminent engineers and organizers. It has been a bureau of the Treasury Department. Cobb, Howell (1815—1868), of Georgia, statesman, entered ...
Universal Dictionary of Weights and Measures, ancient and modern, reduced to the standards of the United States of America (1850)
by John Henry ALEXANDER (Engineer.)
ALEXANDER DALLAS BACHE, BUPERINTEÑDANTOF`WEIGHTSAND`MFASURES 0F THE UNITED BTATEl ETC.ETC.ETC. FRIENDSHIP AND RESPECT. _Ego quidem, postquam а tenellâ jam :state ...
reduced to the standards of the United States of America by John Henry Alexander
J 542487 то ALEXANDER DALLAS BACHE, SUPERINTENDANT OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
The Early Republic and Antebellum America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History (2015)
An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History by Christopher G. Bates
The liberal arts school«s most prominent faculty member in the antebellum era was Alexander Dallas Bache, who helped found the National Academy of Sciences. The other building on the Penn campus was home to the medical school, ...
A Historical Encyclopedia by Cynthia L. Clark
Many Americans underestimated the scientific importance of West Point, but it did produce the nation's most important promoter of science in the nineteenth century —Alexander Dallas Bache (class of 1825)—and an overwhelming majority ...
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