3 edition of Gail Borden, pioneer found in the catalog.
Gail Borden, pioneer
Clarence Ray Wharton
|Statement||by Clarence R. Wharton...Illustrations by Warren Hunter.|
|LC Classifications||F389.B77 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., 1 l., 229 p.|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||41019935|
Gail Borden (November 9, – Janu ) Gail Borden, surveyor and inventor, was born in Norwich, New York, the son of Gail Borden, a pioneer and landowner, and Philadelphia Wheel-er. The Bordens moved at least twice in the early s, first to Kennedy’s Ferry, Kentucky, which became Covington soon after their arrival, and. Gail Borden, Jr. () Gail Borden; Handbook of Texas Online: BORDEN, GAIL, JR. BORDEN History; BORDEN, GAIL, JR. Genealogy. BORDEN Genealogy. Memorials, tributes, shrines. Suites; Find A Grave Cemetery Records- Gail Borden; Gail Borden Public Library Homepage He never lived in Elgin, and he never donated funds for the library which bears.
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Gail Borden Jr. was born in Norwich, New York, on November 9, to Gail Borden, Sr. (–), a pioneer and landowner, and Philadelphia (née Wheeler) Borden (–). The details of Borden's childhood are unclear, but he moved twice with his family while growing up, first to Kennedy's Ferry, Kentucky (renamed as Covington in Gail Borden was an entrepreneur who had failed at manufacturing dehydrated meat in the form of a biscuit. He was virtually broke when he embarked on the creation of condensed milk, a way of preserving milk by adding sugar, heating the milk, and then cooling it to partially evaporate the water content.
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Gail Borden Jr. was born the first son of Gail Sr. and Philadelphia Borden on November 9,in the Chenango Valley of New York. Gail Sr.
was a reasonably prosperous farmer and sawmill operator in the growing community, but life amongst the Oneida Indians was primitive—dirt floors and log cabins. Gail Borden was born on November 9, in Norwich, New York, USA, the son of Gail Borden and Philadelphia (Wheeler) Borden. Although he had only a little more than one year of formal schooling, he had a strong desire to find ways to improve daily life.
GAIL BORDEN’S EARLY YEARS. Gail Borden was born in Norwich NY on November 9, His father, Gail Borden Jr, was a pioneer and landowner. His mother, Philadelphia Borden, died from yellow fever at the age of Gail moved in and spent his youth in Kentucky and Indiana, where he studied land surveying.
Gail Borden >A pioneer in Texas, Gail Borden () became an inventor whose most >notable contributions lay in condensing and preserving foods, particularly >milk.
Gail Borden was born in Norwich, N.Y., on Nov. 9, His family moved to Kentucky in A brilliant eccentric—Gail Borden reportedly rode about Galveston on a pet bull; he invented a “locomotive bath house,” a portable affair that allowed women to bathe privately in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico before he was “discouraged” by the city authorities; and he worked for the Galveston City Company laying out the streets.
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Gail Borden, Jr. Gail Borden, Jr., inventor, publisher, surveyor, and founder of the Borden Company, son of Gail and Philadelphia Borden, was born in Norwich, New York, on November 9, In the family moved to New London, Indiana, where Borden obtained his only formal schooling, totaling not more than a year and a half.
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Frontier and pioneer life, Gail Borden, John Borden, Lizzie Borden, Republic of Texas, Telegraph and Texas Register, Texas Revolution, Thomas Borden, United States history Posted on Janu By Casey Schumacher, Texas Collection graduate assistant and museum studies graduate student.
The J. Gail Borden, Jr., Papers, contain account books, correspondence, and publications, concerning the farming and milk industry in. Early years Edit. Gail Borden II was born in Norwich, New York, on November 9, to Gail Borden Jr. (–), a pioneer and landowner, and his wife Philadelphia Wheeler (–), who died at age 48 from yellow fever in Nashville, Tennessee.
The details of Borden's childhood are unclear, but he moved twice with his family while growing up, first to Allegiance: Republic of Texas United States. Gail Borden, Jr., died in Borden, Texas, on Janu His body was shipped by private rail car to New York to be buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Borden was a trustee of the Texas Baptist Education Society, which founded Baylor University. Videos from the Gail Borden Public Library, a place where imagination & transformation flourish, fueled by the power of community.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Wharton's History of Fort Bend County, History of Texas, San Jacinto, the sixteenth decisive battle, El presidente, Gail Borden, pioneer.A pioneer in Texas, Gail Borden () became an inventor whose most notable contributions lay in condensing and preserving foods, particularly milk.
Gail Borden was born in Norwich, N.Y., on Nov. 9, His family moved to Kentucky in Taught surveying by his father, he helped lay out.Mercer County Pioneer Traces (Book) Due to safety reasons, the Library District is closed. All due dates have been extended.