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Hill, Thomas, 1818-1891 National Library of the Netherlands ISNI Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France German National Library

Thomas Hill American Unitarian clergyman, mathematician, scientist, philosopher and educator Wikidata

VIAF ID: 59350003 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0000  5181  1285 

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The annual address before the Harvard natural history society Library of Congress/NACO
Christmas and poems on slavery for Christmas, 1843 xR Extended Titles
Death and redemption : a sermon preached at Portland, Maine, August 10, 1879 Library of Congress/NACO
Description of the nautrigon : with directions for its use ; an instrument for solving problems in navigation Library of Congress/NACO
Eastern standard almanac Library of Congress/NACO
Fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of the meeting house of the first parish, portland, maine, february 8, 1826 xR Extended Titles
First lessons in geometry xR Extended Titles Library of Congress/NACO
Geometrical puzzle for the young Library of Congress/NACO
Geometry and faith. A fragmentary supplement to the ninth Bridgewater treatise xR Extended Titles Library of Congress/NACO
The great era, a poem, by Thomas Hill, 1839. Library of Congress/NACO
In the woods, and elsewhere National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Law : a sermon Library of Congress/NACO
Practical arithmetic. National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Puzzles to teach geometry : in seventeen cards, numbered from the first to the seventeenth inclusive. Library of Congress/NACO
Religion in public instruction. Baccalaureate address delivered before the graduating class of Antioch college, Yellow Springs, Ohio, June 20, 1860 xR Extended Titles Library of Congress/NACO
A second book in geometry. Library of Congress/NACO
Statement of the natural sources of theology with a discussion of their validity, and of modern sceptical objections; to which is added an article on the first chapter of genesis xR Extended Titles
The testimony of ninety years. In memory of Jacob Newman Knapp, who died July 27, 1868, aged ninety-five years. Library of Congress/NACO
True order of studies xR Extended Titles Library of Congress/NACO

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