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An illustrated manual for the use of the terrestrial and celestial globes

J. Schedler

An illustrated manual for the use of the terrestrial and celestial globes

by J. Schedler

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Published by E. Steiger in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesManual for the use of the globes, Schedler globes, tellurians, and maps.
Statementby Jos. Schedler
The Physical Object
Pagination44, [1], 40 p. :
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24602854M
OCLC/WorldCa37292745

This type of stand is illustrated in the Joslin Handbook as Style 8, “Joslin’s Low Tripod Stand.” The catalog offers the model with either inch or inch diameter globes, terrestrial or celestial. How to Use a Globe, Joslin’s Terrestrial and Celestial Globes/ Joslin’s Hand-book to the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes. ‘They constructed a terrestrial globe in , and they constructed a celestial globe in the following year.’ ‘Schall, during a period of Chinese captivity, returned to Korea with numerous Chinese translations of Western writings as well as terrestrial globes and astronomical charts.’.

Essay on the Use of Celestial And Terrestrial Globes: Xhibiting the General Principles of Dialing And Navigation, Paperback by Adams, George, ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping in the US How to navigate using 18th-century instruments. We know that globes – terrestrial and celestial – were made before , but very few have survived. The cartography of early globes was based on a mixture of sources. For terrestrial globes information came from sources including ancient geography and first-hand (including some spurious) accounts from European traders and travellers.

  Terrestrial and Celestial Globes Volume 1 Their History and Construction Including a Consideration of their Value as Aids in the Study of Geography and Astronomy Kindle Edition by Edward Luther Stevenson (Author) Format: Kindle Edition. out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all Reviews: 1. HITHERTO there has not appeared in English a detailed historical treatise on globes terrestrial and celestial. The publications are somewhat numerous, it is true, in which a very general consideration has been given to the uses of globes, including a reference to their important structural features, and to the problems geographical and astronomical in the solution of which they may be counted.


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Publication date Topics Globes, Globes Pages: Only $ ~ PDF Book ~ Instant Digital Download. Download it direct to your iPad, tablet or computer for instant reading or printing. If you have any interest in TERRESTRIAL and CELESTIAL GLOBES then this is a Great Book for your collection.

By JOS. SCHEDLER. Revised Edition NEW YORK: E/5(K). An illustrated manual for the use of the terrestrial and celestial globes — First published in Subjects Globes, Catalogs, Celestial globes, Handbooks, manuals, Accessible book.

Terrestrial and celestial globes their history and construction, including a consideration of their value as aids in the study of geography and astronomy by Stevenson, Edward Luther.

76 Want to read; 6 Currently reading; Published by Johnson Reprint Corp. in New York. Written in English Subjects: Globes. An illustrated manual for the use of the terrestrial and celestial globes Joslin's terrestrial and celestial globes Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St.

and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact Us. Adopt-a-Book; Ways to Give; Endowments; An illustrated manual for the use of the terrestrial and celestial globes. Joslin's terrestrial and celestial globes. Le tour du monde. Image Gallery. Globe from The beauty of the heavens.

Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building. Read more about An illustrated manual for the use of the terrestrial and celestial globes Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St. and. Click the Search Globes button to delve into our varied assortment of globes of every type, size, age, and price range; including Terrestrial, Celestial & Lunar globes.

And we have some very special sets of paired Terrestrial & Celestial globes. From pocket globes to floor models, from lighted globes to black ocean specimens, and Tellurians and Planetaria our collection is extensive.

Hand-book of the terrestrial globe, or, Guide to Fitz's new method of mounting and operating globes: designed for the use of families, schools, and academies by Fitz, Ellen Eliza, b The referenced patent on this globe was #84, issued to Edward Weissenborn, and described an “Improvement in the Construction of School Globes.” Ref: Jos.

Schedler, Schedler’s Illustrated Manual for the Use of the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes (New York and Jersey City: H. Schedler, ).

A globe is a spherical model of Earth, of some other celestial body, or of the celestial serve purposes similar to some maps, but unlike maps, do not distort the surface that they portray except to scale it down.A model globe of Earth is called a terrestrial globe.A model globe of the celestial sphere is called a celestial globe.

A globe shows details of its subject. The globes are described as the terrestrial and celestial globes representing the works of creation.

It was thus that in the latter half of the eighteenth century the manifestation of ‘ Masonry Universal ’ by way of globes as scientific, educational instruments gained gradual, though random, access into.

Ref: Schedler’s Illustrated Manual for the Use of the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes (New York and Jersey City: H. Schedler, ). Warner, “The Geography of Heaven and Earth,” Rittenhouse 2 (): Location Currently not on view Object Name globe, celestial date made ca maker. Keith, T.

A New Treatise on the Use of Globes, or a Philosophical View of the Earth and Heaven. William Tegg and Co., London. Stevenson, E.

Terrestrial and Celestial Globes: Their History and Construction. Yale University Press, New Haven. Van der Krogt, P. An Illustrated Manual for the Use of the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes. New York:, Steiger’s Educational Directory for New York: E.

Steiger, p. Warner, Deborah Jean. “The Geography of Heaven and Earth,” Rittenhouse Journal of the American Scientific Instrument Enterprise, Vol. 2, No. 4 (). Joslin's hand-book to the terrestrial and celestial globes [cover] Description: Back to School: A number of instructional manuals on the use of globes were written in the 19th century.

Manuals were written by educators to assist children using globes in the classroom, or by globe makers themselves, to explain the functions of their product. The Hispanic Society of America also possesses a terrestrial and a celestial globe, the work of Blaeu, globes clearly issued as companion pieces (Fig.

94), which appear to be the only copies known, the latter datedthe former undated. 38 The spheres have each a diameter of about 10 cm., a substantial and artistic mounting of brass.

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Paris, Adams, G. A treatise describing and explaining the construction and the use of new celestial and terrestrial globes, designed to illustrate in the most easy manner the phenomena of the earth and heavens. London, Astronomical and geographical essays.

London, A treatise on the construction of globes. London, Author: Edward Luther Stevenson. There are terrestrial globes, celestial globes, pocket globes, globes of the moon, and a decadent blue globe made in China in the early s. Most of the globes were made with a scientific purpose, to aid navigation, or to demonstrate the parallax of the moon.They manufactured a wide variety of table, floor, and novelty globes, generally for school use, but also some designed specifically for the home “parlor” and other as novelty globes and souvenirs.

An Illustrated Manual for the Use of the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes. New York:, Globe, Miniature, Terrestrial.The book was written to explain the use of the terrestrial and celestial globes that had been made and published by Emery Molyneux in late or early Apparently, the book was also intended to encourage English sailors to use practical astronomical navigation, [1] although Lesley Cormack has observed that the fact it was written in.