Nebraska Authors

Alfred Theodore Andreas

Born 1839-05-29 Amity, NY (USA)

Died 1900-02-10
New Rochelle, NY (USA)

Buried
Davenport, IA (USA)
Oakdale Memorial Gardens

A Civil War Veteran, Andreas is remembered for Historical Atlases he published.

Places Lived

Amity, NY
Dubuque, IA
Davenport, IA
Chicago, IL

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Atlases; Historical Narratives; Nebraska History; Kansas History; Iowa History; Chicago History; Dakota History

Occupation

Soldier
Teacher
Publisher
Business Owner

Places Worked

Thompson and Everts Atlas Publishing Company
Western Historical Company

Bibliography

An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota. 1874.
An Illustrated Historical Atlas of Hancock County, Illinois. 1874.
An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Iowa. 1875.
An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Indiana. 1876.
History of the State of Nebraska. 1882.
History of the State of Kansas. 1883.
History of Cook County, Illinois. 1884.
Historical Atlas of Dakota. 1884.
History of Chicago, volumes 1-3. 1884-1886.

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