Papers, 1842-1912.


Vignaud, Henry, 1830-1922. Papers, 1842-1912.

Papers, 1842-1912.

Correspondence, including a letter from R.M. McLane to S.M.F. Carnot, critical essays, research notes and materials, his translations and corrected page proofs of the title-pages and front matter of his "Histoire critique ... de Christophe Colomb." Along with manuscripts of P.M. Bigot's "L'identification d'un fragment du plan de marbre de la curie de Pompee," G.L. Duvernoy's "Sur les dents des Musaraignes, " C. Fernandez Duro's "Viajes del infante D. Pedro de Portugal, " J.H. Van Evrie's "Negroes and negro slavery" (translation), an anonymous manuscript, "Notice sur l'epaisseur du crane humain, " and an inscribed copy of E. De La Tour's "Chants du temps de la guerre."

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Henry Vignaud, born in New Orleans, La., was a newspaper editor before the Civil War. Commissioned a captain in the 6th Louisiana Regiment, he was taken prisoner when Union forces captured New Orleans in 1862 but escaped to Paris, where he assisted in John Slidell's Confederate mission. Vignaud contined to live in Paris, serving as secretary of the American legation from 1875 until his retirement in 1909. A scholar and book collector, Vignaud built an extensive library of Americana and gained an...

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Van Evrie, John H., 1814-1896 (person)

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John Bigelow, diplomat, journalist, and author, was born on November 25, 1817, at Malden, New York. He was trained as a lawyer and admitted to the New York Bar in 1838. His law practice grew slowly, prompting Bigelow to begin writing for literary magazines and newspapers. This work introduced him to influential politicians and helped him receive an appointment as inspector of Sing Sing Prison, New York. Bigelow's life was punctuated with political appointments. He was Consul-General to Paris dur...