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Peter Cooper, 1791-1883

Gano Dunn

Peter Cooper, 1791-1883

a mechanic of New York.

by Gano Dunn

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Published by Newcomen Society in North America in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cooper, Peter, 1791-1883.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV28.C7 D8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.,
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6047457M
    LC Control Number49006703
    OCLC/WorldCa2599664

    Peter H. Schenck () ca. Peter Sharpe () circa Peter Stuyvesant and the Cobbler: ca. Peter Stuyvesant and the Trumpeter (Wrath of Peter Stuyvesant on learning the capture, by treachery, of . Born in Brooklyn, NY, baptized Catholic, enters seminary at 11, four years later back to mother’s farm, decides on priesthood ’34, 1st native New Yorker to join, vicar of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, to Rome for 3 years, parish priest, Bishop of Albany ’47, sets up parishes and recruits priests, Archbishop of NY ’64, first American Cardinal ’75 by Pius IX, builds new St. Patricks and.


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"Peter Cooper: Citizen of New York" by Edward C. Mack is a superb biography of an historically obscure American industrial icon. It could be said that Cooper () was the Benjamin Franklin of early American industry: coach maker, cabinet maker, inventor, glue manufacturer; pioneer American railroader, iron producer, transatlantic cable and telegraph promoter, 5/5(1).

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Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. American inventor and manufacturer Peter Cooper () was considered New York City's "first citizen" because of his philanthropy and civic activities. He was a self-made millionaire, and his ideas of government were, for his time, politically radical.

Industrial Revolution. Peter Cooper () American ironworks manufacturer who designed and built Tom Thumb, the first American locomotive. Clermont. the first full-sized U.S. commercial steamboat; developed by Robert Fulton and tested in Peter Cooper () was unlike any other inventor, engineer or philanthropist who lived during the industrial age.

His wealth was "self-made" and he was loved by many because of his genuine, deep, and unfailing love for his fellow man. The administrators of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (founded by industrialist and inventor Peter Cooper in 1) recently commissioned one of its leading graduates, the artist Edward Sorel, to paint a sequel to Schussele’s work—a portrait of 20 innovative Americans who changed the world in the twentieth century.

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For example, all photos published in the U.S. more than 95 years ago are in the public domain. Book/Printed Material. This book wasn't that great. It was 5 short stories of different inventors.

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Inventor and industrialist Peter Cooper himself, who here turns his back on the school he founded in From FNY’s View From the Coop page: Cooper Square (Astor Place at 3rd and 4th Avenues), was named for industrialist and inventor Peter Cooper (), the developer of the first practical steam engine.

Title Peter Cooper Monument, New York, N.Y. Contributor Names Detroit Publishing Co., publisher Created / Published.

The answer is Peter Cooper (), a businessman who conducted his life in a principled way. Peter Cooper c. (Library of Congress) The name Peter Cooper may not be as known today as it was in the 19th century, but his influence lives well into the 21st century.

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Image: Wikipedia About the subject. As the Industrial Revolution gathered momentum in America during the early years of the nineteenth century, Peter Cooper () demonstrated the innovation and flexibility that made him one of the wealthiest businessmen of his time.

Peter Cooper (). He was an American industrialist, inventor, philanthropist, and candidate for President of the United States. He designed and built the first American steam locomotive: the Tom Thumb, and founded the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in Manhattan, New York Rating: % positive.

Peter Cooper words, approx. 2 pages American inventor and manufacturer Peter Cooper () was considered New York City's "first citizen" because of. Early life. Peter Cooper was born in New York City of mixed Dutch, English and Hugenot descent, [1] the fifth child of John Cooper, a Methodist hatmaker from Newburgh, New York [1] [2] He worked as coachmaker's apprentice, cabinet maker, hatmaker, brewer and grocer, [1] [3] and was throughout a tinkerer: he developed a cloth-shearing machine which he attempted to sell, as Born: FebruNew York, New York, U.S.

- Peter Cooper & Cooper Union. See more ideas about Peter, Cooper, Union pins. Cooper Square (Astor Place at 3rd and 4th Avenues), was named for industrialist and inventor Peter Cooper (), the developer of the first practical steam engine.

He helped build America’s iron and cable industries (partnering with Samuel Morse in laying the first trans-Atlantic cable), and was one of the first developers of gelatin.

Peter Cooper () was successively a laborer, clerk, mechanic, inventor, manufacturer, financier, philanthropist, philosopher and presidential candidate.

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(1 title) Cooper, Karen Coody (1 title) Cooper, Lane, (4 titles) Cooper, Maria Susanna (1 title) Cooper, Mrs. (Elizabeth), active (2 titles) Cooper, Peter, (2 titles) Cooper, Reginald Davey (1 title) Cooper.

COOPER, PETER (–), American manufacturer, inventor and philanthropist, was born in New York city on the 12th of February His grandfathers and his father served in the War of American Independence.

IUCAT is Indiana University's online library catalog, which provides access to millions of items held by the IU Libraries statewide. [Book 1] Robert Owen. James Oliver. Stephen Girard. Mayer A. Rothschild. Philip Armour. John J.

Astor[Book 2] Peter Cooper. Andrew :. Peter Cooper () with a granddaughter The Cooper Union was (and is) an art school in New York City.

Wealthy entrepreneur Peter Cooper founded The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in Author: Barbara Brackman.Peter Cooper (–), inventor, manufacturer, abolitionist, founder of Cooper Union in the East Village; DeWitt Clinton (–), seventh and ninth Governor of New York, and US Senator from New York Inventors.

Elias Howe (–), sewing machine Samuel F. B. Morse (–), the telegraph and Morse code.Details: This lot comprises 2 19th century American clipped signatures belonging to Peter Cooper () and Henry Ward Beecher (J - March 9th, ) and includes CDV portrait photos.

Peter Cooper was an American industrialist, inventor, philanthropist, and candidate for President of the United States. (Courtesy Wikipedia.).