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  • 1909  (1909)  Peale's Museum By Harold Sellers Colton 1579253Popular Science Monthly Volume 75 September 1909 — Peale's Museum By Harold Sellers Colton1909
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  • New York city, 25 April, 1881. He was first placed on exhibition in Barnum's museum in New York city, accompanied Charles S. Stratton (“Tom Thumb”) on
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  • agent of Barnum's Museum is in the East seeking curiosities. Also, when you get to Paris you had better advertise that an agent for Barnum's Museum, now in
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  • by P. T. Barnum Publisher’s Note 822090The Humbugs of the World — Publisher’s NoteP. T. Barnum PUBLISHER’S NOTE. One of Mr. Barnums secrets of
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  • however, that he might have made much more money if he had accepted Mr. Barnum's offer made at the time of the giant's first appearance in public. Mr. Hull
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  • king of showmen. He keenly appreciated, however, the prestige which Mr. Barnum's name would give to a circus enterprise, and went to New York for the purpose
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  • Fisheries Industries, section 1, page 19). One was exhibited at Barnum's old museum, at Broadway and Ann Street, New York, that is said to have lived
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  • North American 6009391911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 14 — Indians, North American INDIANS, NORTH AMERICAN. The name of “American Indians”
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  • make up. Discouraged and defeated, he went to New York and played at Barnum's Museum. He then acted in Washington, Baltimore, and other cities, and, after
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  • The American Cyclopædia Saint Louis (city) 1637632The American Cyclopædia — Saint Louis (city) SAINT LOUIS, the chief city of Missouri, county seat
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  • were put to the strange vessel, and it was at last placed on view at Barnum's Museum, Mr Barnum having magnanimously consented to defray all the expenses
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  • New England towns, and New York, remaining awhile in the latter place at Barnum's, with his iron. In 1851 he engaged with Mr. Jonathan Currier, of Hanover
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  • for a whole fortnight he gave receptions to the general public at Barnum's Museum, whither thousands upon thousands of persons flocked to see him. But
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  • proposing to set one up for themselves. Let no one who has been to Barnum's Museum, to look at what the naming advertisement elegantly and grammatically
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  • had it been possible, to have conveyed the thing alive to his friend Barnum's museum. However, he thought it was within the bounds of probability that,
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  • there were none in the line of museums, or picture galleries, or remarkable public or private buildings. Barnum's museum of curiosities, on the corner
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  • taken from the spring. The remainder of the skeleton had been sent to Barnum's Museum. On April 2 we bade adieu to our good friends of Quincy, not one of
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