Newman, John S., 1938-....Alternative names
John Newman was a physician of Salisbury, N.C. He was elected to the American Philosophical Society in 1797.
From the description of A short account of the situation, soil, production of the state of Tennessee, 1797. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122473851
In 1900, John Newman lived briefly in Galveston, Texas, as a barman and farmer. He experienced the Hurricane of 1900, discussing his experiences in a letter to the Galveston newspaper in 1934. By that year, he had moved to Natal, South Africa, where he was composing his memoirs.
From the description of Newman, John, letter, 1934 (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 746499872
|referencedIn||Campbell, Ian. [Newspaper clippings on Australian ethnic communities (Timorese, Filipino, Indonesian, Vietnamese), and on the death of John Newman, M.P.] / compiled by Ian Campbell.||Libraries Australia|
|referencedIn||Coady, Frederick. Account book, 1841-1884 (bulk 1841-1845).||Winterthur Library|
|creatorOf||Newman, John. Newman, John, letter, 1934||University of Texas Libraries, University of Texas Libraries|
|creatorOf||Newman, John. A short account of the situation, soil, production of the state of Tennessee, 1797.||American Philosophical Society Library|
|referencedIn||Foster, Joseph. Land Deed for Wenham, Massachusetts, 1700.||Peabody Essex Museum|
|creatorOf||NEWMAN, JOHN. Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material.||Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)|
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