1st Edition

Historical Gazetteer of the United States

By Paul T. Hellmann Copyright 2005
    888 Pages
    by Routledge

    984 Pages
    by Routledge

    The first place-by-place chronology of U.S. history, this book offers the student, researcher, or traveller a handy guide to find all the most important events that have occurred at any locality in the United States.

    Chapter 1; Alabama; Chapter 2 Alaska; Chapter 3 Arizona; Chapter 4 Arkansas; Chapter 5 California; Chapter 6 Colorado; Chapter 7 Connecticut; Chapter 8 Delaware; Chapter 9 District of Columbia; Chapter 10 Florida; Chapter 11 Georgia; Chapter 12 Hawaii; Chapter 13 Idaho; Chapter 14 Illinois; Chapter 15 Indiana; Chapter 16 Iowa; Chapter 17 Kansas; Chapter 18 Kentucky; Chapter 19 Louisiana; Chapter 20 Maine; Chapter 21 Maryland; Chapter 22 Massachusetts; Chapter 23 Michigan; Chapter 24 Minnesota; Chapter 25 Mississippi; Chapter 26 Missouri; Chapter 27 Montana; Chapter 28 Nebraska; Chapter 29 Nevada; Chapter 30 New Hampshire; Chapter 31 New Jersey; Chapter 32 New Mexico; Chapter 33 New York; Chapter 34 North Carolina; Chapter 35 North Dakota; Chapter 36 Ohio; Chapter 37 Oklahoma; Chapter 38 Oregon; Chapter 39 Pennsylvania; Chapter 40 Rhode Island; Chapter 41 South Carolina; Chapter 42 South Dakota; Chapter 43 Tennessee; Chapter 44 Texas; Chapter 45 Utah; Chapter 46 Vermont; Chapter 47 Virginia; Chapter 48 Washington; Chapter 49 West Virginia; Chapter 50 Wisconsin; Chapter 51 Wyoming Index;


    Paul T. Hellmann is a freelance writer and geographer who most recently researched, wrote, and/or edited 33,000 entries (about one-fourth of the total) for the new Columbia Gazetteer of the World, for which he did field research in 37 states. He has also written a historical tour guide of Frederick County in Virginia and many articles for other reference books. Other work experience includes creating rural address systems for seven counties and researching address systems for the Census.

    'This reference book is unique in providing quick reference to American history by place... Recommended. General and academic collections.' - Choice