Franklin Peale. (To accompany bill S. no. 189.) by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims

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  • Inventions,
  • Machinery industry,
  • Patents

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Other titlesClaim of Franklin Peale for invention of machinery at Mint and improvement of refining process
SeriesH.rp.464
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination8 p.
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Open LibraryOL15620938M

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Peale went to basic principles of equipment used at these great mints, and adapted it to the American model of efficiency. Curious Revolutionaries focused on the Peale family's role in shaping early American popular culture through innovations in art, science, and technology.

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He attended Middlesex School, Harvard College ('52) and Johns Hopkins Medical School ('56).Location: Pittsford. Early life. Peale was born in between modern-day Queenstown and Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland, the son of Charles Peale and his wife Margaret.

He had a younger brother, James Peale (–). He was the brother-in-law of Nathaniel Ramsey, a delegate to the Congress of Franklin Peale.

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Peale, Franklin VailPittsford: Ma — November 4, Born in New York City to Ethel Stokes Hoyt and Franklin Vail Peale, grew up on the shore of Long Island Sound in Darien, on: Pittsford New York. The proceedings of the late director of the mint, in relation to the official misconduct of Franklin Peale, Esq., chief coiner, and other abuses in the mint by R.

S McCulloh (); An obituary notice of Franklin Peale: read before the American Philosophical Society, Dec. 16, by Robert Patterson (Book). Married three times, Peale sired seventeen children, five of whom—Franklin, Raphaelle, Rembrandt, Rubens, and Titian Ramsey—became noted artists. Related Books Young America: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art MuseumBorn: Correspondence Related to Franklin Peale and the Branch Mints, U.S.

National Archives (Record GroupEn Franklin Peale correspondence) () Book Summary Correspondence primarily between Melter & Refiner Franklin Peale and Mint Director Robert M.

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Like Burgoyne, Washington was in good hands. The painter, Charles Willson Peale, a slender Marylander with a long nose and a gentle, curious expression, was well-known to him. Peale had taken his likeness at Mount Vernon inas a colonel. Be warned, this is a serious book and readers searching for such hijinx are referred elsewhere, most notably to the Richard Sears McCulloh pamphlet, the proceedings of the late director of the mint, in relation to the official misconduct of Franklin Peale, Esq., chief coiner, and other abuses in the mint ().

Trevose, Franklin's letters, letter-books, and other manuscripts from the period before were irretrievably lost. The papers which he accumulated during the nine years of his ministry in France, Franklin brought home inand these were added to those which Bache had rescued at Trevose a few years before.

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Here Peale describes the property and the house, now part of the La Salle University campus in historic Germantown, PA. APS. Peale-Sellers Family Collection. Franklin Peale March 6,Ap Franklin Peale was born in Lambard Street above second, in Philadelphia,Pa.,March 6, and died at Denver, Colorado, on Ap, in his eighty-Fifth year.

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Benjamin Franklin Peale (born Aldrovand Peale, in the family quarters of his father's museum. He was given the name Aldrovand, after the Italian naturalist Ulisse Aldrovandi. His father was a member of the American Philosophical Society, and in Februarybrought his young son to a meeting, and asked the members to select another name for Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books. Adam Eckfeldt was born in and entered the mint service in In he was appointed chief coiner, a post he held for 25 years.

Even after his official retirement, Eckfeldt continued coming to the mint daily and actually superintended the coining department for his successor, Franklin Peale.

He died in Two of Peale’s sons were given scientific names: Benjamin Franklin Peale (), called Franklin, was named for the artist’s close friend; Charles Linnaeus Peale () was named for the famous Swedish botanist and zoologist.

In addition to his artist sons, his offspring include Franklin Peale, who became Chief Coiner of the Philadelphia Mint inand Titian and Rubens Peale. Titled Benjamin Franklin Peale – Inventions and Innovations for the United States Mint, tothis magnificent research edition describes and illustrates every improvement and invention made by Peale for the U.S.

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Another Ohioan named William McKinley was president, wrapping up Author: Ron Elving.That is just one case; a whole series of stories documents the personal profiteering of Eckfeldt's successor, Franklin Peale, who pocketed proceeds from medals made by Mint employees, on Mint time, with Mint material, using Mint presses.

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