John Charles Fremont


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Noun1.John Charles Fremont - United States explorer who mapped much of the American west and Northwest (1813-1890)John Charles Fremont - United States explorer who mapped much of the American west and Northwest (1813-1890)
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Their history begins with explorer John Charles Fremont, and the journals and official map of the 1843-44 expedition he led through the region.
Pages 432-442 of Memoir of the Life and Public Services of John Charles Fremont were comprised of an extended excerpt from Carvalho's Incidents.
Pathfinder: John Charles Fremont and the Course of American Empire.
Using these simple tools, repeated measurements, and lots of patience, George Washington produced some amazingly accurate maps, eventually completing hundreds of separate surveys to transfer ownership of property from the Crown to the citizenry Half a century later, when John Charles Fremont set about to map the passes and measure the mountains of the expanding western frontier, surveying technology had not advanced much beyond what Washington would have used.
-- 1856, when Buchanan ran against the first Republican presidential candidate, John Charles Fremont. Fremont was an explorer whose political enemies claimed had resorted to cannibalism during one unfortunate Western expedition.
John Charles Fremont (JCF) Tedrow, Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University, died on 2 October 2014, age 97, at Brighton Gardens, Edison, New Jersey.
"American explorer John Charles Fremont wrote about San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge as being named after ystanbul's Golden Horn," he continues.
Those experiencing the open landscape of the semiarid American West could relate to the Sahara, Arabia, Mongolia, and other exotic Oriental locations (John Charles Fremont, upon reaching the "remarkable rock" that reminded him of the Great Pyramid of Cheops, named the lake surrounding the rock Pyramid Lake in 1844).
The accounts of the expeditions of Cartier and of Lewis and Clark, and of John Charles Fremont's forays into the American West, are among the highlights of this consistently entertaining and evenhanded book.
In Pathfinder: John Charles Fremont and the Course of American Empire, Tom Chaffin examines Fremont's entire career.
Much as she was regarded during her own lifetime, nineteenth-century American author Jessie Benton Fremont is still viewed primarily as the wife of adventurer and politician John Charles Fremont. John Fremont's entry in Merriam-Webster's New Biographical Dictionary (1995) notes that he was "saved from dire poverty by [his] wife's writings." The biographical sketch goes on to relay the following details: "His wife (in.