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Jedediah Barber, 1787-1876

Herbert Barber Howe

Jedediah Barber, 1787-1876

a footnote to the history of the military tract of central New York

by Herbert Barber Howe

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Published by Columbia university press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Barber, Jedediah, 1787-1876

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Herbert Barber Howe.
    SeriesNew York state historical association series; no. VIII
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCT275.B367 H6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 237 p.
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6388407M
    LC Control Number39016119
    OCLC/WorldCa3462986

    A fascinating house built for pioneer merchant Jedediah Barber (), who set up shop here in – his farm here eventually extended acres. The house was of Federal Style based on Asher Benjamin designs, and some of the original interior woodwork remains. Updated to a Greek Revival for Barber about Barber’s store did a significant amount of business leading Barber to become one of the largest landowners in Homer. The “Jedediah Barber , Merchant of Homer” article declares that during the height of his success in the s, Barber generated around $, a year through his store and other business ventures.

    This book is organized as a textbook and guide to be used in professional courses for school administrators. Every important aspect of the problem of administering the teach- Jedediah Barber, Columbia University Press, p. $ The biography of a typical nineteenth-cen-tury New England citizen who migrated to a. Born in Homer, Cortland Co., NY on 7 OCT to Jedediah Barber and Matilda Tuttle. Paris Barber married Lydia Jane Eno and had 5 children. He passed away on 07 Born:

    Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress) Repository Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Jedediah Barber House, 18 North Main Street, Homer, Cortland County, NY. Cortland County Homer New York, Documentation Compiled After. Jedediah’s portrait by Carpenter now resides in the Phillips Free Library in Homer, and his gravesite is in Homer’s Glenwood Cemetery, designed by his son, Paris. The best source to substantiate the accuracy of these facts is the biography of Jedediah Barber by Herbert Barber Howe (New York: Columbia University Press, ).


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