Republican Education, and Gradual Western March, of Enlightened, Laborious, Virtuous, and Happy Generations, from All the Present and Future United Sates and Territories of North America Through Their Rocky Mountains, To Their North-West Coasts on the Pacific Ocean; whence, in time, Further On--The Only Means, Not Only of Extending Knowledge and Happiness All Around the Whole Earth, but, the Only One, Also, of Maintaining Their Union: nay, more, the Only One of Maintaining Any One of Their Republics

TitleRepublican Education, and Gradual Western March, of Enlightened, Laborious, Virtuous, and Happy Generations, from All the Present and Future United Sates and Territories of North America Through Their Rocky Mountains, To Their North-West Coasts on the Pacific Ocean; whence, in time, Further On--The Only Means, Not Only of Extending Knowledge and Happiness All Around the Whole Earth, but, the Only One, Also, of Maintaining Their Union: nay, more, the Only One of Maintaining Any One of Their Republics
Year for Search1836
AuthorsTarascon, Louis Anastasius (1759-1840)
Pagination24 pp
Date Published1836
PublisherPtd. S. Penn, Jr.
Place PublishedLouisville, KY
KeywordsFrench author, Male author, US author
Annotation

A detailed description of the settlements he hopes will be established with a stress on education (15-16) and a description of “Regular Daily Life” (16-23). See also 1837 Tarascon, which reprints the 2nd ed. of this book. The author was born in France and moved to the U. S. in 1794, where he became a successful businessman.

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2nd ed. rpt. in his L…. A… T… to his fellow citizens of the United States of America; and Through Their Medium, To All His Other Human Beings on Earth, Not Any Where Else! New York: H. D. Robinson. Rpt. in Magazine of History With Notes and Queries (New York), no. 148 (1929): 5-42

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The author (1759-1840) was born in France and moved to the U. S. in 1794, where he became a successful businessman

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1836 Tarascon, Louis Anastasius (1759-1840). Republican Education, and Gradual Western March, of Enlightened, Laborious, Virtuous, and Happy Generations, from All the Present and Future United Sates and Territories of North America Through Their Rocky Mountains, To Their North-West Coasts on the Pacific Ocean; whence, in time, Further On–The Only Means, Not Only of Extending Knowledge and Happiness All Around the Whole Earth, but, the Only One, Also, of Maintaining Their Union: nay, more, the Only One of Maintaining Any One of Their Republics. Louisville, KY: Ptd. S. Penn, Jr. 24 pp. CtY

A detailed description of the settlements he hopes will be established with a stress on education (15-16) and a description of “Regular Daily Life” (16-23). See also 1837 Tarascon, which reprints the 2nd ed. of this book. The author was born in France and moved to the U. S. in 1794, where he became a successful businessman.