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The Johnson Memorial : Jeremiah Johnson and Thomazin Blanchard Johnson, His Wife, An Account of Their Lineage from John Alden, Thomas Blanchard, Samuel Bass, Thomas Thayer, Isaac Johnson, And James Gibson

By: Johnson, James Bowen, 1830

...1(IAL. JEREMIAH JOHXSOX AND THOMAZLX BLAXCHAKD JOHXSOX, HIS WIFE. An Account of their Lineage FROM JOHN ALDEN, THOMAS BLANCHARD, SAMUEL BASS, THOMAS T... ...Lineage FROM JOHN ALDEN, THOMAS BLANCHARD, SAMUEL BASS, THOMAS THAYER, ISAAC JOHNSON, .^xd JAMES GIBSON. By JAMES BOWEM JOHXSOX. WASHINGTON, D. C. HOW... ...GTON, D. C. HOWARD UNIVERSITY PRINT IS95- 60 ^ i - 15fi8050 TO THE MEMORY OF ALL THOSE MEMBERS OF THIS FAMILY WHO HAVE PASSED INTO THE LIFE IMMORTA... ...pact in the cabin of the Mayflower they had two representatives; that in the first Legislature (General Court) of ISIassachusetts, they had at least t... ...ion in France. In several instances they assisted in the organization of the first church in the town where they settled. It may be truly said that th... ... from other and varied circumstances we are led to believe that Mr. and Mrs. Johnson knew each other in their childhood. Their family records are prob... ...ook on the occasion of my visit to Washington in March, 1S61, to witness the inauguration of Abraham Lincoln. It has always interested me, and in 1893... ... Eliza Dudley, daughter of Augustine W^ashington and Jane Dudley Kewhall, of Lyndon. 111., the union being blessed with four children, one daughter an... ...ington, Vt., Nov. 8, 1861; was educated at Barton Landing common school, and Lyndon Academy; then entered the academy at St. Johnsbury, Vt., where she...

Part I --Diurnals. Digitized from the holdings of the D.B. Weldon Library, University of Western Ontario

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Business Screen Magazine : Vol. 26-27

...LINES IS ALL WRAPPED UP IN SPONSORED FILMS says John M. Clampitt, Director of Advertising and Sales Promotion for United Air Lines "We've found that i... ...ored films are an effective, attractive, entertaining and economical means of telling our many- faceted sales story. That's why films have become an i... ...ES PRODUCER-DIRECTORS FRANK BECKWITH L.S BENNETTS ALEXANDER E GANSELL STAN JOHNSON HAROLD R LIPMAN H E. MANDELL DARRELL RANDOM BOB YUNG AUDIO PRODUCTI... ...ucation for the Prov ince of Saskatchewan, will be th guest speaker at the first night" b.m.niet. Among the sjicakers for the two day program are: Dr.... ...fications matched to lengths ant production techniques of the film For the first time, both the ad vertising agency and the productior company will re... ...assador Hotel in ngeles. introduced ii new f officers fi>r the coniinj; le inauguration of a new f "Cindy" award citations idividual contributions to ... ...ave a warm and intimate insight into the life and personality of President Lyndon B. Johnson dur- ing the days shortly after the as- sassination of th... ...he- -- aire on November 16 for an audience of art fanciers invited by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson to see a new National Gallery of Art film. The American V... ...er Members Take Active Part in San Francisco's Film Festival 7'? Since the inauguration at the San Francisco International Film Festival of the "Film ...

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Lyndon B. Johnson

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... 36th President of the United States In offi... ...d Nixon 37th Vice President of the United States In offi... ... Born Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908-08-27)August 27, 1908 Sto... ... Born Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908-08-27)August 27, 1908 Stonewall, Texas,... ...l Medal of Freedom (Posthumous; 1980) Lyndon Baines Johnson () (August 27, 1908 – January 22, 1973), often referr... ... (curbing union power) as well as by criticizing unions. Stevenson came in first but lacked a majority, so a runoff was held; Johnson campaigned even ... ...e became the most junior Senator ever elected to this position. One of his first actions was to eliminate the seniority system in appointment to a com... ... “ On Inauguration Day (January 20, 1969), Johnson saw Nixon sworn in, then got o... ... Johnson, who died two days after Richard Nixon's second inauguration, was the second former President to die in the span of two mon...

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Recent School Law Decisions;

By: Smith, Lyndon Ambrose, 1854-1918

...e of School District, in the Counly o/f Received frotob the Superintendent of Schools the .^.....y. day of . Clerk. This book is the property of the S... ...care, and when their terms expire return the same immediately to the Clerk of the Board. Read carefully the Preface to the Law and Section 88, Page 47... ... a form of government of Virginia : And whereas, a convention, held on the first Monday in October, in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-... ... whereas, the general assembly of Virginia, by an act passed on the twenty-first day of December, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-thr... ...ion of the address of Hugh Blair Grigsby, delivered on the occasion of the inauguration of the statue at the University. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. 73 1... ...E BUREAU OF EDUCATION No. 4-1883. BECENT SCHOOL LAW DECISIONS: COMPILED BY LYNDON A. SMITH, A. B., LL. M. WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT FEINTING OFFICE. 5032... ... and in response to a popular demand for such information, I as- signed to Lyndon A. Smith, esq., an employe of this office and a mem- ber of the city... ...ewton Braner, Trustees, &c., of Morgan County v Bremond, State v Briggs v. Johnson County Brody v. Penn Browufield, Taylor v Bryce, Dent v Bulmer, Est... ... of Education of, v. Minor. . Cist v. State ex rel. Wilder Citizens' Bank, Johnson School Township v. Clark v. Board ofDirectors ofMuscatine Clark v. ...

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Business Screen Magazine : Vol. 24-25

...l Canada Abitib, P°«"/"''Jf^''^°j|'tmfcarCorD Allstate InsuraV^^ A minum Company of America American Airlines, Inc. / American Association of Advertis... ...ankers Association American Can Co. American Cancer Society American Association of Nurserymen ^mer^an Association of Den Sc^o s Amerc Dental A ocatio... ...dent Insurance Co, Investment Dealers Association of Canada Japan Air Lines S^ L Johnson ana inc. miersiai^e^^e^d ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^,^^ Beautiful... ... excellent color fidelity and low contrast of Anscochrome' Type 242 film make it first choice among many quality-conscious professionals. Type 242 has... ...ice from Dr. Ray- mond Fielding. Business films of the U.S. participated for the first time at the Third International Indus- trial Film Festival in B... ...allenge (Brown Shoe Co.); This Hospital is Yours (Jewish Hospital of St. Louis); Inauguration of T. H. Eliot as Chuncellor-\9f)2 (W:ish. Univ.); Poste... ...m quite so frightening. If he was young— he made each of us feel younger. If, as Lyndon Johnson says, politics is the art of the possible, John F. Ken... ...REEN r RUSTEN FILM ASSOCIATES; ELC of Canada); Viking Herilase (Sons of orway); Inauguration (St. Olaf College). LiDEFU-Ms: Market Minded Packaging (... ... .Shown to I'risidciil [olnisoii One of the lirst to view the lilm was President Lyndon B. Johnson. who cut the ribbon to open the fair in Amsterdam o...

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United States presidential inauguration

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...Inauguration Day 2009 on the west steps of the U.S. Capitol. ... ...a Avenue to the White House, 2005 The inauguration of the president of the United States is a ceremonial event ma... ...he White House, 2005 The inauguration of the president of the United States is a ceremonial event marking the com... ...four-year term of a president of the United States. The day a presidential inauguration occurs is known as "Inauguration Day" and occurs on January 20... ...arch 4, the day of the year on which the Constitution of the United States first took effect in 1789; the last inauguration to take place on the older... ...t inauguration to take place on the older date was Franklin D. Roosevelt's first one on March 4, 1933.) The most recent public presidential inaugurati... ...Nixon's second inauguration were marred by the passing of former President Lyndon B. Johnson two days after the inauguration. The celebrations came to... ...cond inauguration were marred by the passing of former President Lyndon B. Johnson two days after the inauguration. The celebrations came to an end as... ...sworn in on a book of laws.[14] At his 1963 swearing aboard Air Force One, Lyndon Johnson was sworn on a Catholic missal that belonged to his predeces...

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Addresses and Papers Presented at the Diamond Jubilee, 1827-1902, May 11-14

By: First Congregational Church (North Adams, Mass.); Tenney, William Lawrence

...rature Collection World Public Library.org CHURCH NORTH ADAMS Title: FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH NORTH ADAMS Author: Author Language: English... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...... .... Quartet. "God is a spirit." Bennett Reception of New Members. Prayer. Rev. Lyndon S. Crawford, D. D, Hymn 442. "Nearer, my God, to Thee." (Sung at d... ...sion in 38 SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY serving humanity ; Mr. Freeman and Mr. Johnson, men of large affairs, but not too busy to go to church every Sun... ...e chief mark of progress recorded during her occupancy of the office was the inauguration of the beauti- ful and gracious custom by which the society,... ... new church, and a building committee was ap- pointed as follows : Sylvander Johnson, William S. Black- inton, A. P. Butler, Joel Bacon and James Hunt... ...4o~Rev. Robert CRAWFORD-1855 Pastorate of Rev. Robert Crawford, D. D.* Rev. Lyndon S. Crawford, D. D. In an old study table which did service in Nort...

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Nasa's Contributions to Aeronautics : Volume 1 ; 2010: Volume 1, 2010

By: Richard P. Hallion

...s and Space Administration The opinions expressed in this volume are those of the authors and do not necessarily refect the offcial position of the U... ...necessarily refect the offcial position of the United States Government or of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA’S CONTRIBUTION... ...es, electronic fight controls, and energy-effcient fight. This volume, the first of a two-volume set, traces contribu- tions by NASA and the post–Seco... ... frst appearance in the world’s skies. The swept wing dated to before the First World War, when John Dunne had developed a series of tailless fying ... ... tail were already recognized, and it is surprising that Clarence “Kelly” Johnson, Lockheed’s legendary designer, did not incorporate one. Certainly... ...ght,” (Jan. 18, 1957), copy in the archives of the Historical Offce, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX. Drawings and more data on this concept c... ...nuous review by the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC; subsequently the NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center), these evaluations beneftted greatly from ... ...nfused Washington’s political community as well. In March 1966, President Lyndon Johnson announced that the frst American SST, designed to cruise at... ...ed air that traveled through the slots. Their painstaking work led to the inauguration of transonic operations within the 8-foot HST 7 months later,...

...Since its creation, NASA has steadily advanced flight within the atmosphere, repeatedly influencing aviation's evolution by extending the rich legacy of its predecessor, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, or NACA....

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Lyndon B. Johnson judicial appointment controversies

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...During President Lyndon B. Johnson's presidency, federal judicial appointments played a central role. ... ...yed a central role. Johnson appointed two individuals to the Supreme Court of the United States in just over five years as president. ... ...inations to the Supreme Court. He nominated Fortas to become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court to replace the retiring Earl Warren, and he nominated ... ...ourt in 1976, and was quickly confirmed by the Senate.[1] In Nixon's first news conference after his inauguration, he explained his decision to ... ...nfirmed by the Senate.[1] In Nixon's first news conference after his inauguration, he explained his decision to withdraw the four nominations: ... ... Ramsey Clark discussed this matter during the period and the inauguration with Attorney General Mitchell. He asked Attorney General Mitc... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum ... ...ourt in 1976, and was quickly confirmed by the Senate.[1] In Nixon's first news conference after his inauguration, he explained his decision to ...

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Portrait and Biographical Album of Johnson and Pawnee Counties, Nebraska, Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County, Together with Portraits and Biographies of All the Governors of the State, And of the Presidents of the United States

By: Chapman Brothers

...OGRAPHICAL ALBUM Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF JOHNSON AND PAWNEE COUNTIES, NEBRASKA Title: PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHI... ...APHICAL ALBUM Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF JOHNSON AND PAWNEE COUNTIES, NEBRASKA Title: PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL... ... AND PAWNEE COUNTIES, NEBRASKA Title: PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF JOHNSON AND PAWNEE COUNTIES, NEBRASKA Author: Language: English Subjec... ...D PAWNEE COUNTIES, NEBRASKA Title: PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF JOHNSON AND PAWNEE COUNTIES, NEBRASKA Author: Language: English Subject: ... ... children, John. Augustine and Mildred. Augus- tine, the father of George, first married Jane Butler, who bore him four children, two of whom, Lawrenc... ...pparent. The battles of Con- cord and Lexington had been fought. Among the first acts of this Congress was the election of a com- mander-in-chief of t... ...of violent sick- ness, died on the 4th of April ; just one month after his inauguration as President of the United States. h-^ i <- TENTH PRF.SIDEN... ..." South Carolinaseceded in December, i860; nearly three months l)efore the inauguration of President Lincoln. Mr. Buchanan looked on in listless despa... ...r residence at Lockport, 111., but one and one-half years later removed to Lyndon, Whiteside County, where, dur- ing a practice of five j'ears Dr. Chu...

Johnson County (Neb.) -- Biography ; Pawnee County (Neb.) -- Biography

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 6

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ..., ll. d., . 310 The Bar Supper — Hon. George W. Nesmith ll. d. . . 249 The First Newspaper of America — L. W. Dodge, . . .127 The First Newspaper of A... ... type of New England civilization and culture. POLITICAL VIEWS. Mr. Hale's first vote was cast for a Free-soil candidate, and naturally enough he join... ... kept a manuscript diary, and April 30, 1789, made a record concerning the inauguration ceremo- nies at New York. In the procession, the president rod... ...iful grove of oaks, near tin; east line of the farm, just north of John W. Johnson's new house on Sagamore road. on land formerly belonging to the Bec... ...ates. The official records of the government are dated subsequently to the inauguration of Washington, which occurred April 30, 1 789, when John Langd... ... he was licensed as a local preacher, March 14, 181S. His first sermon, at Lyndon, Vt.. gave promise of future eminence. His ser- vices on Craftsbury ... ...rd, Vt. ; ofNew Hamp- shire stock ; was brought up on a farm ; educated at Lyndon (Vt.) Academy; graduated at Dartmouth College in 1843 ; studied law ...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac

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... National Park Service Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac is located on Columbia ... ... National Park Service Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac is located on Columbia Island in Wash... ...Columbia Island in Washington, D.C. The memorial honors the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson. The grove cons... ...hington, D.C. The memorial honors the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson. The grove consists of two parts. The... ...e United States, Lyndon B. Johnson. The grove consists of two parts. The first area, commemorative in nature, is a Texas granite m... ...yndon B. Johnson. The grove consists of two parts. The first area, commemorative in nature, is a Texas granite monolith surrounded... ...the entrance to the park facing The Pentagon. In the recording, the former First Lady talks about the creation of the park, the trees, and the views o... ... 1963 inauguration ... ...on 1965 inauguration ...

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Ceremonies and Re-Enactment of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the First Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln, 1861-1961, On the East Front of the Capitol of the United States, March 4, 1961

By: United States. Congress. Joint Committee to Commemorate the One Hundredth Anniversary of the First Inaugural of Abraham Lincoln

...CEREMONIES AND RE-ENACTMENT OF Classic Literature Collection World ... ...E HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY, 1861-1961 Title: CEREMONIES AND RE-ENACTMENT OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY, 1861-1961 Author: Language: English Sub... ...... ...... ...523 }~ CEREMONIES AND RE-ENACTMENT OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF The First Inauguration of ABRAHAM LINCOLN 1861-1961 On the East Front of the Ca... ... CEREMONIES AND RE-ENACTMENT OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF The First Inauguration of ABRAHAM LINCOLN 1861-1961 On the East Front of the Capitol ... ...n Inaugural ... 33 Epilogue 37 [VII ] Letter of Transmittal The Honorable Lyndon B. Johnson, President of the Senate The Honorable John W. McCormack,... ...l ... 33 Epilogue 37 [VII ] Letter of Transmittal The Honorable Lyndon B. Johnson, President of the Senate The Honorable John W. McCormack, Speaker o... ...r than June i, 1961. Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Lyndon B. Johnson, Vice President of the United States and President of the...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 29

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...(poet/i), berlin ......... The Evolution of a Church, Jonathan Smith . The First Bank in Concord, Joseph B. Walker The Forest in Winter, Samuel Hoyt .... ...Women's Clubs of Littleton . Melinda Rankin ....... Walker, Joseph B., The First Bank in Concord The Old North Cemetery of Concord, N. H. Washington (... ...RUE STORY. By Eva J. Beede. T was early in the win- ter of 1820, and Abner Johnson, a student from Dartmouth college, had come to the Cross Roads wher... ...ss, after a long dis- cussion, Ebenezer's prejudices were overcome, and Si Johnson's opinion changed, and the "deestrict fathers" voted to allow the m... ... remarked to those standing about (it was just after President Jefferson's inauguration), " that the new admin- istration is going into the business o... ...e at the age of seventeen, that it was completed by a year's attendance at Lyndon academy, and he entered Dartmouth college, graduating with the class... ...studies for some time in the office of Hon. George C. and Edward Gaboon at Lyndon, Vt., and completed the same with the Hon. Harry Hibbard at Bath. Wh...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Electoral history of Lyndon B. Johnson

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...on B. Johnson, 1969 Electoral history of Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States (1963–1969), ... ...B. Johnson, 1969 Electoral history of Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States (1963–1969), 37t... ..., 1969 Electoral history of Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States (1963–1969), 37th Vice Pre... ..., the 36th President of the United States (1963–1969), 37th Vice President of the United States (1961–1963); United States Senator (1949–1961) and Uni... ... W. Lee O'Daniel (D) - 175,590 (30.49%) Lyndon B. Johnson (D) - 174,279 (30.26%) Gerald C.... ...atic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[6] First ballot: Estes Kefauver - 466.5 ... ... 1963 inauguration ... ...on 1965 inauguration ... ...atic National Convention (Vice Presidential tally):[6] First ballot: Estes Kefauver - 466.5 ...

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Biographical Dictionary of America : Vol. 5

By: Johnson, Rossiter, 1840-1931

... THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Li... ... by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Limited to three hundred fifty numbered and re... ...and registered copies, ofwhich this is Number THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF AUTHORS, ADMINISTRATORS, CLERGYMEN, EDITO... ...gazine, 1892-94 ; and on the staff of the Illustrated American. 1896-97. His first book, Helen's Babies, made the rounds of the New York, Boston, Phil... ...ith Philadelphia, New York, the New England ports and England. He raised the first cotton in the colony and exported it to England, and this led to a ... ...rest of Church Unity (1886) ; An Officefor tlie Centennial Anniversaryof the InaugurationofGeorge II ash- ington (1889) ; An Order of Series for Days ... .... from Columbia in 1886. He was married June 15, 1852, to Emily, daughter of Lyndon Bolton of Dublin, Ireland, and of their children, Robert William b... ...k and pay befitting his greal services. On March 1. 1881, he assisted in the inauguration of James Abram Garfield as the twentieth Presi- dent of the ... ... 1764 to Mary Greenill. He died in New York city, Feb. 5, 1805. HOBBS, Lewis Lyndon, educator, was born at New Garden, N.C., May 17, 1849 ; son of Lew...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 14

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ... family, of English origin, came early to this country, and were among the first permanent settlers of Haverhill, Mass. The paternal ancestors of the ... ... preparation for the ministry, a calling to w^hich he had aspired from the first, manifesting here as in college the same diligence in study, earnestl... ...as born, who, somewhere about the year 1834, went with her husband, Edward Johnson, as a missionary to the Sand- wich Islands. Her descendants live in... ... less popular than at the start. As mayor, he has been instrumental in the inauguration of many reforms, prominent among which is the removal of hangi... ...THE GRANITE MONTHLY. upon to promote the cause by public addresses. At the inauguration of the Wallack school-house, the first school edifice worthy o... ... and Sanborn at St. Johnsbury, Vt., continuing, later, with Dr. Darling at Lyndon, in the same state. Devoting himself persistently to the work in han... ...rn in Waterford, Vt., August 19, 1814. He was educated in the academies at Lyndon, Peacham, Newbury and Manchester, Vt., and commenced the study of la...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Andrew Johnson

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... 17th President of the United States In offi... .... Grant 16th Vice President of the United States In offi... ... Resting place Andrew Johnson National Cemetery Greeneville, Tennessee ... ...gress, culminating in his impeachment by the House of Representatives. The first American president to be impeached, he was acquitted in the Senate by... ..., Johnson moved to Laurens, South Carolina. He found work quickly, met his first love, Mary Wood, and made her a quilt as a gift. However, she rejecte... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ...me carriage as Johnson, as was customary, and Johnson refused to go to the inauguration at all. Despite an effort by Seward to prompt a change of mind... ...[111] Some Cabinet members had last seen Johnson, apparently drunk, at the inauguration.[112] At noon, Johnson conducted his first Cabinet meeting in ...

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Commission Government in American Cities

By: Clyde Lyndon King, American Academy of Political and Social Science

...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...ief of the Bureau of Franchises of the Public Service Conl­ mission for the First District, X ew York BUDGET PROVISIOXS I~ COlllIISSION-GOVERNED CIT... ...o adopt the conlmission form; Kansas passed two laws, one for cities of the first class (over 15,000 population), and the other applying to cities o... ...' government of Houston proved a success from the start. At the time of its inauguration there was a floating debt of (687) IS The Annals of the A... ...No. 139, Novemb(lr 18, 1905. I Mr. ~'r(l('man W. Conway and Mr. Charleos W. Johnson are credited with "deftnlte utteranc(ls" In approval of commissi... ... on franchises is compulsory. Although the time which has elapsed since the inauguration of the new system in Kansas is altogether too brief to warr... ...'ious Ori~"t. Pp. x, 369. Price, $1.50. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1911. Johnson, A. The Almshouse-C o"strllction and AI a"agcnJtn'. Pp. x, 263. ...

...Digitized from the holdings of the New York Public Library.; This volume was planned by Clyde L. King ... the papers included were secured and edited by him....

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 47

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...f Representatives, 1859-1860 134 Reed, Rev. George Harlow, D.D., Pastor of First Congregational Church, Chair- man of Committee on Religious Observanc... ...iam A 228 Capital City Banks 231 Concord Building and Loan Association 237 First National Bank 231 Loan and Trust Savings Bank 234 Mechanicks National... ...clude all doubt of their thorough sincerity. On the solemn occasion of his inauguration as President of the United States he said: With the Union my b... ...— and while we would do honor to the labors of a Washington, a Franklin, a Johnson, a Livingston, a Morris, a Rutledge. a Pickney, and other political... ...of 8,718 over all opposition. Usually, the two months between election and inauguration have been employed by successful candidates largely in recuper... ...le was a delegate to the New England meeting in Boston, and Rev. Virgil V. Johnson was a delegate to the National Convention in Portland, Oregon. Sept... ...rn in Troy, N. Y., June 9, 1875. His early educa- tion was received in the Lyndon 222 The Granite Monthly Institute of Lyndon, Vt., following which h...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Living First Ladies of the United States

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...This is the list of all of the living First Ladies of the United States at each moment in US history. The followi... ...This is the list of all of the living First Ladies of the United States at each moment in US history. The following women have... ...nt in US history. The following women have been recognized by The National First Ladies' Library as "First Lady". Table ... ... March 4, 1797 Inauguration of George Washington Inaugurati... ... March 4, 1797 Inauguration of George Washington Inauguration of John Ad... ... March 4, 1801 Inauguration of John Adams Inauguration of T... ...ath of Anna Harrison Inauguration of Andrew Johnson 7 Sar... ... Death of Eleanor Roosevelt Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson 3 ... ... January 20, 1969 Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson Inauguration of Richard Ni...

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Johnson's (Revised) Universal Cyclopaedia : A Scientific and Popular Treasury of Useful Knowledge

By: Barnard, Frederick A. P. (Frederick Augustus Porter), 1809-1889; Guyot, Arnold, 1807-1884; Johnson, A. J., Company, Pub

...D Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org TREASURY OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE Title: A SCIENTIFIC AND POPULAR TREASURY OF USEFUL... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...... ...offord, LL.D., Librarian of Congress William Staunton, S.T.D., Founder and First Beet, of St. Peter's Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. Alexander H. Stephens, A... ...VENPOET, IA. MDCCCLXXXVI. (J:^ . COPPER-PLATE MPS ESPECIALLY EN&RAVED FOR JOHNSON'S CYCLOPEDIA, r, _ o^,ji Africa. Alabama. Alaska Territoiy. Arizona... ...f busy and practical men to which he belonged, for several reasons. In the first place, they are generally too voluminous : occupying a whole shelf in... ...er, Vt., and was ajudgeof the Supreme Court of that State 1831-34. Died at Lyndon, Vt., Aug. 17, 1847. Baylies (William), M. D., born at Uxbridge, Mas... ...in relation to their particular works. He also had a prominent part in the inauguration of some of our earlier works of civil engineering ; e. g, the ...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 49

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...dward K. Woodworth, Esq., who spoke of the late Dr. Daniel C. Roberts, the first vice-rector; Hon. Samuel Eastman, whose subject was "Bishop Niles as ... ...rotestant Episcopal Church, or the English Church, as then styled, was the first to arrive and be established on this continent, and in particular alo... ...ome special event does not take place at the club rooms. On the Governor's inauguration day open house is maintained and tea served to all legislative... ... 1774 on the Edgerly farm, Davis Batchelder about 1770 next east, Benjamin Johnson, perhaps in 1768, on the Gate farm, then Jonathan Jenness and Natha... ...of children of Levi and Almira Blaisdell. Samuel Morrill had married Polly Johnson, both of Northwood, Julv 14 1796. ' Almira Y. Morrill married Levi ... ...ton, died at his home in that town, May 9, 1917. Mr. Green was a native of Lyndon, Vt., born February 6, 1844, the son of Harry and Marilla (Smith) Gr... ... tion and graduated from Bates in 1872. He was for a time principal of the Lyndon, Vt., Literary and Biblical Institute, butwent West, on account of h...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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First Family of the United States

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...ctured in the Blue Room at the White House with extended family members on Inauguration Day held on January 20, 2013. Members of the current First Fam... ...ended family members on Inauguration Day held on January 20, 2013. Members of the current First Family include President Barack Obama, his wife First ... ...mbers on Inauguration Day held on January 20, 2013. Members of the current First Family include President Barack Obama, his wife First Lady Michelle O... ...ichelle Obama, and their daughters Malia and Sasha Obama. Extended members of the First Family in this photograph include Craig Robinson, Leslie Robin... ... Obama, and their daughters Malia and Sasha Obama. Extended members of the First Family in this photograph include Craig Robinson, Leslie Robinson, Av... ... Lyndon B. Johnson 1963–1969 ... ... Lyndon B. Johnson 1963–1969 ... ...on 1963–1969 Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, and Luci Bai... ...ry Abigail Fillmore During the presidential inauguration for her husband's successor Franklin Pierce in 1853, the First...

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Johnson's (Revised) Universal Cyclopaedia : A Scientific and Popular Treasury of Useful Knowledge

By: Barnard, Frederick A. P. (Frederick Augustus Porter), 1809-1889; Guyot, Arnold, 1807-1884; Johnson, A. J., Company, Pub

...ction World Public Library.org UNIVERSAL CYCLOPÆDIA, VOL. V Title: JOHNSON'S (REVISED) UNIVERSAL CYCLOPÆDIA, VOL. V Author: A. P. BARNARD Lang... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...poed, LL.D., Librarian of Congress William Staunton, S. T. D., Founder and First Rect. of St, Peter's Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. Alexander H. Stephens, A... ... Late Editor of Long Island Star. Staunton, William, S. T. D., Founder and first Rector of St. Peter's Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y. Stearns, Eben S., D. D., L... ...- see as Vice-President; delivered a very remarkable address at his second inauguration, Mar. 4, 1865; visited the army before Richmond the same month... ...chools, several large mills, and good water-power. Pop of v. in 1880, 557. Lyndon, cap. of Osage co., Kan. (see map of Kansas, ref. 6-1, for location ... ...(see map of Kansas, ref. 6-1, for location of county). Pop. not in census. Lyndon, post-v. and tp, of Caledonia co., Vt. (see map of Vermont, ref. 4-D... ...onal presidency, and was elected for a regular term Oct. 4, but before his inauguration d. at Caraccas Nov. 18, 1868. He was a brave and skilful offic...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 15

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...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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List of First Ladies of the United States

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... Website First Ladies The First Lady of the Uni... ... First Ladies The First Lady of the United States is the hostess of the White House. The position is tra... ...stess of the White House. The position is traditionally filled by the wife of the president of the United States, but, on occasion, the title has been... ... or when the wife of the president was unable to fulfill the duties of the First Lady herself. The First Lady is not an elected position; it carries n... ...ces Folsom Cleveland is also counted twice. Following Barack Obama's first inauguration on January 20, 2009, his wife, Michelle Obama, became the fort... ... Adams, Louisa CatherineLouisa Adams (née Johnson)[20][21] 1775-02-12(1775-02-12)Febru... ... 17 November 1934 Johnson, Lyndon B.Lyndon B. Johnson 1963 ... ...son's wife, was too sick to travel with William to Washington D.C. for his inauguration, and asked their daughter-in-law Jane Irwin Harrison to accomp... ... 17 November 1934 Johnson, Lyndon B.Lyndon B. Johnson 1963 ...

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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Presidents and the People 1929-1959

By: Walter Johnson

... SPA $6.00 1600 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE is a penetrating historical study of the Ameri can presidency since 1 929. By examining the administrations... ...ning the administrations of Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman and Eisenhower, Walter Johnson demonstrates in a striking manner the potentialities, restriction... ...monstrates in a striking manner the potentialities, restrictions and demands of one of the world s most vital and exacting roles. Here is an excerpt f... ...TED IN A MAGAZINE OR NEWSPAPER. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG CARD NO. 60-6525 FIRST EDITION Published simultaneously in Canada by Little, Brown & Compa... ... Called upon to do many things they had previously resisted, they made their first fundamental effort to adjust their democracy to the realities of a ... ...st and hope," the New York Times wrote on March 3. Between election and inauguration day the last time the date would be the fourth of March Hoov... ...; 1 Clouds of gloom and despair hung heavy over the nation on the morning of inauguration day. At 4 A.M. Governors HerbertLehman of New York and Henry... ...ord was set largely by conservative or moderate Congress men. The refusal of Lyndon Johnson and Sam Rayburn to join the Advisory Council of the Democr... ... from extreme Southerners and the likely disruption of the Democratic party, Lyndon Johnson per suaded Southerners to abandon the filibuster and many ...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 43

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...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Lady Bird Johnson

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... Lady Bird at the rear of the White House First Lad... ...the rear of the White House First Lady of the United States ... ... the White House First Lady of the United States In offi... ... Resting place Johnson Family Cemetery Stonewall, Texas, U.S. ... ... Spouse(s) Lyndon B. Johnson Children ... ... Occupation First Lady of the United States, entrepreneur, philanthropist ... ... Lady of the United States (1963–69) during the presidency of her husband, Lyndon B. Johnson. Notably well-educated for her time, ... ... 1963 inauguration ... ...on 1965 inauguration ...

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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Presidents and the People 1929-1959

By: Walter Johnson

...nd the People, 1600 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE is a penetrating historical study of the Ameri- can presidency since 1929. By examining the administrations o... ...ng the administrations of Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman and Eisenhower, Walter Johnson demonstrates in a striking - iner the potentialities, restrictions ... ...nstrates in a striking - iner the potentialities, restrictions and demands of one of the world's most vital and exacting roles. Here is an excerpt fmr... ...alled upon to do many things they had previously resisted, they made their first fundamental effort to adjust their democracy to the realities of a ne... ...speculation should be allowed to ride itself out. On February 2, 1929, the first group had its way. The Board warned that a member bank "is not within... ... trust and hope," the New York Times wroteon March 3. Between election and inauguration day the last time the date would be the fourth of March Hoover... ...* Clouds of gloom am! despair hung heavy over the nation on the morning of inauguration day. At 4 A.M. Governors Herbert Lehman of New York and Henry ... ... was set largely by conservative or moderate Congress- men. The refusal of Lyndon Johnson and Sam Rayburn to join the Advisory Council of the Democrat... ...rom extreme Southerners and the likely disruption of the Democratic party, Lyndon Johnson per- suaded Southerners to abandon the filibuster and many W...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 18

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...Funniest Thing ! Pjut I Two Apples ..... Jewett, Stephen Shannon, Clarence Johnson Johnson, Clarence, Stephen Shannon Jewett Just for To-day, Edith Sm... ...of Daniel and John Warner, all of them people of considera- tion among the first settlers. In June, 1657, he went to Wells, Me., and purchased several... ...a and set- tled in Windham, N. H., in 1736. Isaac Thom, their son, was the first regular phj'sician in Windham of whom there is any record, and, as Pa... ...ucated in the schools of Vermont, studied law with Hon. Thomas Bartlett at Lyndon, Vt., and was admitted to the bar in 1848. He practised his professi... ..., Vt., and was admitted to the bar in 1848. He practised his profession at Lyndon until July, 1852, and then settled at Little- ton and became associa... ...quently, he was successful in private business, and upon Mr. Cleve- land's inauguration for the present term he was given the high and mer- ited promo... ...mbridge. But the two speakers who stirred ourmembers most of all were Mrs. Johnson, head of the Sherborn Reformatorj^ for Women, and Adjutant Ellen Br...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Thomas Jefferson

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... 3rd President of the United States In offi... ... Madison 2nd Vice President of the United States In offi... ... Presidency 1801–1809 4 First Barbary War 4.1 Louisiana ... ...ure, because it is necessary for his own sustenance." This was Jefferson's first known public comment on the idea of natural law—an idea that he would... ... Andrew Johnson ... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ...bited a dislike of formal etiquette. Unlike Washington, who arrived at his inauguration in a stagecoach drawn by six cream colored horses, Jefferson a...

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The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans : Volume 5

By: Johnson, Rossiter, 1840-1931; Brown, John Howard, 1840-1917

...1 PUBLIC LIBRARY " History is but the essence of innumerable biographies." Thomas Carlylt. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BIOGRAPH... ...iographies." Thomas Carlylt. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF NOTABLE AMERICANS BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF AUTHORS ADMINISTRATORS, CLERGYMEN... ...THERS WHO ARE MAKING A VI ,. \l \ C AN K I STORY EDITOR-IN CrilEF ROSSITER JOHNSON, PH; D., LL. D. EDITOR OF THE ANNUAL CYCLOPAEDIA AND ASSOCIATE EDIT... ...zine, 1892-94 ; and on the staff of the Illustrated American, 1896-97. His first book, Helen's Babies, made the rounds of the New' York, Boston, Phila... ...h Philadelphia, New York, the New England ports and England. He raised the first cotton in the colony and exported it to England, and this led to a la... ...n-li t'ni/i/ (issil) ; .l/i ( tfficefor the ('. i, t, Aiuiirerxtiri/of the InaugurationofGeorge II nsli- ingtuii i 1889) : An Order of Series for Daus... ...from Columbia in 1886. He was married June 15, 1852, to Emily, daughter of Lyndon Bolton of Dublin, Ireland, and of their children, Robert William bec... ...and pay befitting his great services. On March 4, 1881, he assisted in the inauguration of James Abram Garfield as the twentieth Presi- dent of the Un... ... to Mary <in'Hiiill. He died in New York city, Feb. 5, 180.5. HOBBS, Lewis Lyndon, educator, was born at Ni-w Garden, N.C., May 17. 1849; son of Lewis...

Contributor: Digitized from the holdings of the MSN Live Books ; New York Public Library

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 61

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...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Prayers at United States presidential inaugurations

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... Since 1937, the United States presidential inauguration has included one or more prayers given by member... ...nited States presidential inauguration has included one or more prayers given by members of the clergy.[1][2] Since 1933 an associated prayer service ... ...r public or private attended by the President-elect has often taken place on the morning of the day.[3] At times a major public or broadcast prayer se... .... Truman Invocation by Rev. Edward Hughes Pruden, Baptist, First Baptist Church, Washington, D.C.[7] ... ...by Rabbi Nelson Glueck - Jewish January 20, 1965 inaugural of Lyndon B. Johnson Invocation by... ...elson Glueck - Jewish January 20, 1965 inaugural of Lyndon B. Johnson Invocation by Archbisho... ... Rev. Donn Moomaw gives the invocation at the 1981 inauguration of President Ronald Reagan. Also pictured are Ho... ... Invocation by Myrlie Evers-Williams, the first woman and non-clergy to deliver an inaugural prayer. ... ...d the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at Holy Trinity Church. 1965 - Lyndon Johnson attended a private service at National City Ch...

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Johnson's Universal Cyclopædia; A New Edition; Vol. 2

By: Adams, Charles Kendall, 1835-1902

...ature Collection World Public Library.org CYCLOPÆDIA, VOL. II Title: JOHNSON'S UNIVERSAL CYCLOPÆDIA, VOL. II Author: CHARLES KENDALL ADAMS Lan... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...... ... CYCLOPAEDIA. VOL. II. CONTRIBUTORS AND REVISERS. Abbott, Alexander C, M.D., First A.ssistant in Hygiene, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Me... ...Miss Maria, Lecturer on Cookery, Roxbury. Mass.; aiitlii>r of Camp Cookery ; First J'rinciphs of HouseholdManagement and Cookery; and New Cook-book an... ... cases; ad- ndnisters the oath to the Pi'csident and Vice-President at their inauguration: presides when the President is on trial upon articles of im... ...nized the first churches in New Eni:lanil to assume no name but Christian at Lyndon. Vt., in Sept., 1800, at Bradfcu-d, Vt.. in 1«02, and at' Piernuml... ...d loyal to the Union. The Confederate Congress, two days after Mr. Lincoln's inauguration, had authorized the i-aising of a military force of 100,000 ...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 5

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...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Living Presidents of the United States

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...n, and Jimmy Carter. This is the list of all of the living people who have served as President of the United Stat... ...There have been six time periods when there was only one living President, first with the inauguration of President George Washington in 1789, and mos... ... six time periods when there was only one living President, first with the inauguration of President George Washington in 1789, and most recently duri... ...iods when there was only one living President, first with the inauguration of President George Washington in 1789, and most recently during the presid... ...ecently during the presidency of Richard Nixon following the 1973 death of Lyndon B. Johnson. There have been three time periods when six living Presi... ...ring the presidency of Richard Nixon following the 1973 death of Lyndon B. Johnson. There have been three time periods when six living President/ex-Pr... ...e longest and most recent being a three year period starting with the 2001 inauguration of George W. Bush. If one includes future Presidents, there ha... ... Assassination of John F. Kennedy Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson 4 ... ...t (no former President being alive): George Washington (1789–97, being the first president), John Adams (1799–1801, following Washington's death), Uly...

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Biographical Dictionary of America : Vol. 3

By: Johnson, Rossiter, 1840-1931

... THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Li... ... by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Limited to three hundred fifty numbered and re... ...s, ofwhich this is Number k^O~t\ HO'b.BC 3£8Bb THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF AUTHORS, ADMINISTRATORS, CLERGYMEN, EDITO... ...ATESMEN, AND OTHERS WHO ARE MAKING AMERICAN HISTORY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ROSSITER JOHNSON, Ph.D., LL.D. EDITOR OF THE ANNUAL CYCLOPAEDIA AND ASSOCIATE EDIT... ...Y.. 1847-56, when he was elected president of the Elmira female college, the first college chartered expressly for the collegiate education of women, ... ...h and Phoebe (Sprague) Cowen. He was a brotherof Benjamin Sprague Cowen. His first American ancestor, John Cowen, came from Scotland and settled in Sc... ...si- dent of Williams college, 1821-36. He was survived by two sons: the Rev. Lyndon Smith Crawford, Williams, 1876, a missionary to Tur- key ; and Jam... ...ee, he con- ducted the gubernatorial canvass for James Pollock, and upon his inauguration as governor Mr. Curtin was appointed secretary of the com- m... ... President Grant regarding the enforcement of the rules. In 1>>77, after the inauguration of President Hayes, Mr. Curtis was offered the choice of the...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 60

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ... H. Cotton 393 ( )ra A. Brown, — Biographical, hy Harrie A. Young 19 ( )ur First American Dramatist, hy Willis W. Harriman 244 Our New Advertisers 25!... .... Metcalf il5 Save Franconia Notch, hy Kenneth Andler 68 See New Hampshire First, hy Ernest \\ . lUitterfleld , 41 Shiphuilding in Dover, h}- John Sca... ...Tree for a Dollar, hy Mary Blake Benson 117 Franconia Xotch, hy Frances X. Johnson S7 Frieufls, hy Elmer E. F^-ench 371 Good Enough for Ale, hy Carl B... ...cessful with "Boston." * * * * The public reception incident to the second inauguration of Hon. Arthur E. Moreau as Mayor of Manchester estab- lished ... ...mber 9 of the same year, after his election and about a month prior to his inauguration as mayor. In the city primary of October, 1927, he was renomin... ...Mr. Carey was a practical printer, then em- ployed on the Vermont Union at Lyndon. He was not a writer and sought Mr. Metcalf's co-operation in an edi... ...uld be started the follow- ing autumn. Meanwhile Carey resumed his work at Lyndon and Metcalf put in his time canvassing Grafton County and southern C...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Joint Task Force-Armed Forces Inaugural Committee

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... Force - National Capital Region The 57th Presidential Inauguration will be conducted in Washington, DC Jan. 21, 2013, in accordan... ...ucted in Washington, DC Jan. 21, 2013, in accordance with the Constitution of the United States of America and concurrent resolution of the 112th Cong... ... will be held throughout the Inaugural Period Jan. 15-24, 2013. Department of Defense is expected to provide support for these events in accordance wi... ... numerous celebrations and special events associated with the Presidential Inauguration. The JCCIC, a bicameral committee, is responsible for conducti... ...icipated in inaugural day ceremonies since President Washington. Since the first inauguration of Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953, that participation has ... ...on of Richard Nixon in 1973 were marred by the passing of his predecessor, Lyndon B. Johnson, just two days into Nixon's second term. The remainder of... ...ard Nixon in 1973 were marred by the passing of his predecessor, Lyndon B. Johnson, just two days into Nixon's second term. The remainder of the cerem...

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Biographical Dictionary of America : Vol. 7

By: Johnson, Rossiter, 1840-1931

... THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Li... ... by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Limited to three hundred fifty numbered and re... ... copies, ofwhich this is 4ft Number. 1 i 3G88b THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF AUTHORS, ADMINISTRATORS, CLERGYMEN, EDITO... ...hio, Nov. 7, 1866 ; son of Alexander and Sara (Ehrman) Loeb. He received his first instruc- tion in- art at the Art Students' league, New York city ; ... ...He exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1891 and subse- quently, and received the first prize of the atelier at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, 1892. He returned... ... 44th and 45th congresses, 1875-79. Hediedin Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 18, 1885. LYNDON, Josias, governor of Rhode Island, was born in Newport, R.L, March... ...Stephen Hop- kins, who both withdrew from the canvass in his favor. Governor Lyndon's administration was crowded with the exciting events that precede... ...ation of Gov. W. A. Barstow, March 21, 1856, he served as governor until the inauguration of Coles Bash ford, March 25, 1856. He was judge of the 2d j... ...omas Jeffei-son forPresident. His writings at thistime paved the way for the inauguration of a Republican admin- istration and when Jefferson was elec...

Later edition bears title: Twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 41

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...Hospital, Keene, N. H 25 Epsom, Early Settlers of, by J. M. Moses 193, 297 First Siege of Louisburg, The, by Henry M. Baker 404 Heart Throb from the P... ...assett-Rouke 56 Do Your Best ; Love the Right, by Stewart Everett Rowe 410 First Robin, The, by Marie A. Hodge 125 First Shrine. The, by Sarah J. Hold... ...rst United States ex- amining board for pensions in this county. Dr. J. J. Johnson, Harvard, 1832, was born in Surry, 1809, at the old Robinson tavern... ... of that bureau until July 1, 1888. Soon after President Cleveland's first inauguration Mr. Chesley sent him a letter tendering his resignation. In th... ...ccorded an enthusiastic reception by both faculty and students. His formal inauguration will take place early in the autumn, a committee, con- sisting... ...n; Arthur G. Whittemore, railroad commissioner, 236 Pembroke Academy Hon. Lyndon A. Smith Assistant Attorney-General, Minnesota Dr. John M. Gile. Cla... ...affey of Sandwich married Lydia Sanborn of Epsom in 1784; John McGaffey of Lyndon, Vt., married Margaret San- born of Epsom in 1800, and Neal and Will...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Architectural Barriers Act of 1968

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...The Architectural Barriers Act of 1968 ("ABA", Pub.L. 90–480, 82 Stat. 718, enacted August ... ...t 12, 1968, codified at 42 U.S.C. § 4151 et seq.) is an Act of Congress, enacted by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Th... ...S.C. § 4151 et seq.) is an Act of Congress, enacted by President Lyndon B. Johnson. The ABA requires that facilities des... ...§ 4151 et seq.) is an Act of Congress, enacted by President Lyndon B. Johnson. The ABA requires that facilities designed, bui... ...d-access toilet facilities in such buildings. [2] The ABA marks one of the first efforts to ensure that certain federally funded buildings and facilit... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... 1963 inauguration ... ...on 1965 inauguration ... ...d-access toilet facilities in such buildings. [2] The ABA marks one of the first efforts to ensure that certain federally funded buildings and facilit...

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Biographical Dictionary of America : Vol. 10

By: Johnson, Rossiter, 1840-1931

... THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Li... ... by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Limited to three hundred fifty numbered and re... ...nd registered copies, ofwhich this is Number. THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF AUTHORS, ADMINISTRATORS, CLERGYMEN, EDITO... ...e- ments of Poetr}-," upon the creation of the Turnbull chair of poetry, the firstchair of its kind in Amer- ica, 1891, and repeat- ing the same cours... ...a (1885) ; TJie Na- ture and Elements of Poetry, lectures (1892) ; Poems Now First Collected (1897). STEDMAN, William, representative, born in Cambrid... ...ing condition of affairs at the National Capital from December, 18G0. to the inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, March ... ...ington. D.C., Jan. 5, 1881. THOnPSON, Elizabeth, philanthropist, was born at Lyndon, Vt., Feb. 21, 1821 ; daughter of Samuel Rowell, and a descendant ... ...psilon fraternity at Washington, D.C., Jan. 3, 1856 ; of the ode read at the inauguration of the equestrian statue of General Washington at Richmond, ... ...ne asylum, but upon his recovery returned to the practice of law. He died in Lyndon, Ky., July 9, 1887. WHITCHER, Frances Miriam, author, was born in ...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 42

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ... Hampshire — Clarence E. Carr 291 Democratic Nominee for Congress from the First New Hampshire District — Eugene E. Reed 297 Early Settlers of Epsom, ... ...s, Hon. Bertram 195 Epsom, Early Settlers of, by J. M. Moses 55 Epsom, The First Church of, 1761-'74, by J. M. Moses 76 Evolution of the New Hampshire... ...wing: Samuel Davis, Israel Fol- som, Thomas Holt, William Holt, Ben- jamin Johnson. David Knowlton. Wil- liam jNIason, Henry McCrillis, John McCrillis... ...n ; and more especially did he demonstrate his ability in the success- ful inauguration and establishment of the national banking system, which after ... ... any other state. He was educated in the academies at Kingston, N. H., and Lyndon and Mclndoes Falls, Vt.; taught school in youth, studied law in the ... ...lisher's Notes 127 about fifteen years ago, and in 1899 he married Lulu A. Johnson. One daughter by his first wife only survives — Mrs. So- phia Hutch... ...t convened in the new build- ends. The latter soon amounted to ings at the inauguration of Gov. Sam- $5,000. uel Bell. The arguments for and against t...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Cecil W. Stoughton

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... Patron(s) John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... Patron(s) John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson ... ...s photographer during his White House years.[1] During World War II he was assigned to the First Motion Picture Unit.[2] ... ...Signal Corps when he was assigned to the White House Army Signal Agency. Stoughton's behind-the-scene pictures of John and Jacqueline and their childr... ... and Jacqueline and their children in their public and personal life were pivotal in shaping the public's view of the U.S. first family. He took over ... ...ine and their children in their public and personal life were pivotal in shaping the public's view of the U.S. first family. He took over eight thousa... ...mily. He took over eight thousand pictures of the family spanning the 34-month period beginning with Kennedy's inauguration and ending with his assass... ...cade at which Kennedy was assassinated, and was subsequently the only photographer on board Air Force One when Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as the n... ...ich Kennedy was assassinated, and was subsequently the only photographer on board Air Force One when Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as the next Presid...

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The Inauguration of William Preston Few. As President of Trinity College, Durham, North Carolina, November 9, 1910

By: Duke University

...Collection World Public Library.org WILLIAM PRESTON FEW Title: THE INAUGURATION OF WILLIAM PRESTON FEW Author: Language: English Subject: Fi... ...World Public Library.org WILLIAM PRESTON FEW Title: THE INAUGURATION OF WILLIAM PRESTON FEW Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Litera... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...... ...e Craven Memorial Hall, where the exercises of Induction were held. As the first section of the procession was mounting the steps of the Hall, the cho... ...shington so that the trip to Charlottesville might be made in time for the first session of the Asso- ciation. The special train left Durham at half-p... ...logy KENNETH GORDON MATHESON, A.M., LL.D. President Guilford College LEWIS LYNDON HOBBS, A.M., LL.D. President North Carolina Agricultural and Mechani... ...MAS JACKSON SIMMONS, A.M., LL.D. President Winthrop College DAVID BANCROFT JOHNSON, A.M., LL.D. President St. Mary's School THE REVEREND GEORGE WILLIA... ...NK NICHOLAS EGERTON, JR., A.B. Instructor in Engineering PHILLIP JEFFERSON JOHNSON, A.B. Instructor in Physics BEALE JENNINGS FAUCETTE, A.B. Assistant...

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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, And State Progress : Volume 44

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...who knew him as a boy and markable in that, while pursuing the watched his first appearances in the prescribed courses which secured for courts. In a ... ...and of all young men before allow- ing them to advance from the ranks. His first political candidacy was for Congress in the Second New Hamp- shire Di... ...ot commence to preach sight of us so far as to occasionally until 1801, in Lyndon, Vt. These assist us in Laboring with us and records give the detail... ... Cofrans of Pembroke; Jonathan Martin of Candia and the Philbrick, Burgin, Johnson, Clark, Perkins, Rowell, Cate, Nelson, Keni- son, Dowst, Bachelder,... ...on it, and Jonathan Philbrick and odd figures that indicate that they John Johnson put in the underpinning, paid something extra for their choice, for... ...f the first steam fire engine in Concord. And in 1870 Soon after his first inauguration five out of the seven principal bridges in the city were carri... ...er in 1889 to represent New Hampshire at the centennial celebration of the inauguration of President Washington in New r York City. sons, and took up ...

...Vol. 13 covers the years 1890-91; Vol. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects of first 10 volumes and List of portraits: v. 10; v. 1 (1877)-34 (1903); Granite monthly index federal writers project: v. 35 (1903)-62 (1930); The numbers for July/Aug. and Sept./Oct. 1884 were former...

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Operation CHAOS

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...CIA Intelligence Collection About Americans: CHAOS and the Office of Security (PDF) Operation CHAOS or O... ...department within the CIA was established in 1967 on orders from President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson and later expanded under President R... ... CIA was established in 1967 on orders from President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson and later expanded under President Richard Nixon. The ope... ...stablished in 1967 on orders from President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson and later expanded under President Richard Nixon. The operation was... ... the CIA formed a Domestic Operations Division in 1964. In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson requested that the CIA begin its own investigation into dome... ...ance activities were consolidated into Operation CHAOS.[5] Operation CHAOS first used CIA stations abroad to report on antiwar activities of United St... ... 1963 inauguration ... ...on 1965 inauguration ... ... First inauguration ...

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Biographical Dictionary of America : Vol. 4

By: Johnson, Rossiter, 1840-1931

... THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Li... ... by ROSSITER JOHNSON THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA LIBRARY EDITION Limited to three hundred fifty numbered and re... ...ies, ofwhich this is Number czz jAXEsJiLambZa. THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICA BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF AUTHORS, ADMINISTRATORS, CLERGYMEN, EDITO... ...of Eric the Red, the Norse discoverer of America. He was edu- cated at home, first by a governess, and after- ward by a German engineer. From his infa... ...r the world, and the beginning of a new era in the steam marine. During liis first three years' residence in the United States he had placed engines a... ...rned to the Mediterranean, where he remained till ordered home to attend the inauguration of the Centen- EVAXS EVANS nial exposition in Philadelphia.... ... Lois (Crossman) Fairbanks. He was educated at the academies at Peacliam and Lyndon, Vt., Meriden, N.H., and Andover, Mass. He was admitted as a clerk... ...chigan pio- neer and historical society, and in 1895, on the occasion of the inauguration of Governor John T. Rich, he delivered an address outlining ... ... was graduated at Brown university A.B., 1815, A.M., 1818. He studied law in Lyndon, Vt., 1815-16, was ateacher near Baltimore, Md., 1816-17, and beca...

...Pages not numbered - used alphabetical listing of names at tops of pages to ensure no pages missed.; Later edition bears title: Twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans...

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The Parent's Assistant, Or, Stories for Children : Volume 3

By: Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, VOL. XLI, NO. 7 Title: PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN... ...ENGINEERS, VOL. XLI, NO. 7 Title: PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, VOL. XLI, NO. 7 Author: Language: English Subject: Fi... ...ing officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Park A. Dallis; First Vice-President, B. M. Hall; Second Vice-President, P. H. Norcross; Se... ...ing officers were elected: J. E. Greiner, Presi- dent; Francis Lee Stuart, First Vice-President; L. H. Beach, Second Vice-President; Harry D. Williar,... ...tate Coll. of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. 1 pam. Iowa, Univ. of. 1 vol. Johnson, James W. 1 pam. Kansas-Public Utilities Comm. 1 vol. Kansas City, ... ...n. (15) Aug. 20. The Chattanooga Creek Bridge of the N. C. & St. L.* C. H. Johnson. (15) Aug. 20. Erection at Hell Gate Arch Checks Calculations.* (14... ..., H. & D. Ry. at Toledo.* (18) Aug. 21. Digest of Jitney Ordinances. Clyde Lyndon King. (17) Aug. 21. Brownhoist Shnable Patent Drag-Line Bucket.* (18... ...can be little doubt but that this latter provision will tend to insure the inauguration of a policy from which the most that can be hoped will be extr...

...Place of publication varies; Issues for 1873-1895 lack numerical designation but constitute vol. 1, no. 1-v. 21, no. 12; Vols. for Aug. 1926-Sept. 1930 in 2 pts., pt. 2 being a pamphlet of news and notes.; Issued Nov. 1873-Dec. 189...

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Meritorious Service Medal (United States)

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...e Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) is a military award presented to members of the United States Armed Forces who distinguished themselves by outstandi... ... effective 11 September 2001, this decoration may also be bestowed in lieu of the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious achievement in a designated combat... ...icers in pay grades O-5 and O-6 (lieutenant colonel and colonel), with the first award of the MSM typically occurring after completion of a successful... ...E-8 (e.g., USN/USCG senior chief petty officer and USMC master sergeant or first sergeant) and E-9 (e.g., USN/USCG master chief petty officer and USMC... ...ittee unanimously approved the name "Meritorious Service Medal". President Lyndon B. Johnson established the Meritorious Service Medal per Executive O... ...imously approved the name "Meritorious Service Medal". President Lyndon B. Johnson established the Meritorious Service Medal per Executive Order 11448... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... 1963 inauguration ... ...on 1965 inauguration ...

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Banking Cases, Annotated. A Collection of All Cases Affecting Banks Decided by the Courts of Last Resort in the United States : Vol. 5

By: Michie, Thomas Johnson, B. 1867

... BANKING CASES, ANNOTATED by THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIE ANNOTATED. A COLLECTION OF ALL CASES AFFECTING BAN... ... by THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIE ANNOTATED. A COLLECTION OF ALL CASES AFFECTING BANKS DECIDED BY THE COURTS OF LAST RESORT IN THE ... ... DECIDED BY THE COURTS OF LAST RESORT IN THE UNITED STATES. EDITED BY THOMAS JOHNSON MICHIK. Volume V. TH£i MICHIB COMPANY, Pubi^ishERS, Chari,ottesvi... ...TH£i MICHIB COMPANY, Pubi^ishERS, Chari,ottesvii,i,k, Virginia. 1904. TABLE OF CASES. Adams, Somerset Nat. Banking' Co.'s Receiver v. (Ky.) 481 Ainsw... ... ) 554 Albaug-h, Fourth Nat. Bank of St. Louis z/. (U. S. ) 477 Alexander v. First Nat. Bank of Harrodsburg- (Ky.) 424 Alexander v. Mercer Nat. Bank o... ...l., Hamilton Nat. Bank ei al. v. (Neb.) 1 American Nat. Bank of Kansas City, First Nat. Bank of Moscow v. (Mo.) 462 Amoskeag Sav. Bank, State v. (N. H... ...ison was not intended to overrule the latter case. In the case of Curtner V. Lyndon, 128 Cal. 35, 60 Pac. 462, the lower court had found, as matter of... ...United States, and these cases present no sufficient reason to authorize the inauguration of a new judicial policy upon that subject." In the case of ...

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The Granite Monthly : A Magazine of Literature, History and State Progress

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...Subtitle varies; the book is a photocopy; At head of title Jan.-Dec. 1928: New Hampshire State Magazine; V. 13 covers the years 1890-91; V. 11-13 called also n. ser. v. 1-3; v. 38-50 also called n. ser. v. 1-13; No numbers were issued for 1905; Index of authors and subjects ...

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List of joint sessions of the United States Congress

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...This is a list of joint sessions and joint meetings of the United States Congress. Co... ... Joint session Inauguration of George Washington and church service ... ... Joint session Inauguration of George Washington and church service Geor... ... March 4, 1793 Inauguration Inauguration of George Washingt... ... George Bancroft, Historian Also attended by Andrew Johnson, President of the United States ... ... Joint session Centennial of Washington's first inauguration Melville Fuller, Chief Ju... ...n, President of the United States and Eleanor Roosevelt, Former First Lady of the United States ... ... John F. Kennedy, President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson, Vice President of the United States ... ... Assumption of the Presidency Lyndon B. Johnson, President of the United States ...

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Presidential Succession between the Popular Election and the Inauguration : Hearing before the Subcommittee on the Constitution of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session on Relating to the Death of a President-Designate between the General Election and the Inauguration, February 2, 1994

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on the Constitution

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ... HRG. 103-941 PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION BETWEEN THE POPULAR ELECTION AND THE INAUGURATION HEARING BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE COM... ...TO THE DEATH OF A PRESIDENT-DESIGNATE BETWEEN THE GENERAL ELECTION AND THE INAUGURATION FEBRUARY 2, 1994 No. J-103-39 RECEIVED APR 2 2 2003 OSTON PUBL... ...TE OF ILLINOIS Senator Simon. The subcommittee hearing will come to order. First of all, my apologies to the witnesses. I don't like to have peo- ple ... ...e. I am pleased that we have some people who have done work in this field. First of all, our first witness is the former Senator from (l) the State o... ...minee. You could imagine in a case of real ideological split, if President Johnson had run for reelection and had chosen Senator McGovern as his runni... ...rhaps more so than today, "ballot" implied a confidential vote. See Samuel Johnson, A Dictionary of the English Language (1755) ("To BALLOT * * * To c... ...the case of Spiro Agnew) or accession to the presidency (as in the case of Lyndon Johnson)—the president shall, subject to Congressional approval, nam...

...esidents -- Succession United States ; Presidents -- Assassination United States ; Presidents -- United States Election ; Presidents -- United States Inauguration...

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The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland ; Volume 22

By: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF ANTIQUARIES OF IRELAND, VOL. II Title: THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL S... ...ANTIQUARIES OF IRELAND, VOL. II Title: THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF IRELAND, VOL. II Author: Language: English Subject: F... ... M.R.I. A., p. 1. A Journey to Lough Derg (circa 1749) by Isaac Butler. Part First, p. 13. The Abbey of St. Thomasthe Martyr, near Dublin. By Rev. Ant... ...91 (Nine Illus- trations). By J. Romilly Allen, F.S.A. (Scot.), Fellow. Part First, p. 158. Extracts from the Books of the Old Corporation of Ross, Co... ...ces and Cathedral. Part I. (One Plate and one other Illustration). By Thomas Johnson Westropp, M.A., p. 398. Notes on the " Ancient Monuments Protecti... ...that name. s ( 7-0 ) CARTINGS IN ST. MARY'S' CATHEDRAL, LIMERICK. BY THOMAS JOHNSON WESTROPP, M.A. T. MAEY'S CATHEDEAL, LIMERICK, standing, as it doe... ...71, and is celebrated in the poem of Brendan of Birr, who was present at the inauguration. From Aed de- scended Torlough, father of St. Flannan, who w... ...ing the Dalgais, but he disregarded the poet, marched " to the very place of inauguration " at Magh Adhair, and, after a light lunch, challenged one o... ...FFENHAM (NORTH), Bap. 1572-1748, Mar. and Bur. 1565-1749, Rev. P. G. Dennis. LYNDON, Bap. and Bur. 1580-1813, Mar. 1580-1837, Rev. T. K. B. Nevinson. ...

...Repertoire international de la litterature de l'art ; MLA international bibliography of books and articles on the modern languages and literatures (Complete edition) ; Vols. for 1944- called: Vol. 74- reverting to consecutive numbering from the beginning of the first series: Kilkenny Archaeological Society. T...

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Older Americans Act

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...e: To provide assistance in the development of new or improved programs to help older persons through grants to the Sta... ...opment, or training project grants, and to establish within the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare an operating agency to be designated as t... ... Act of 1965 (Pub.L. 89–73, 79 Stat. 218, July 14, 1965) was the first federal level initiative aimed at providing comprehensive services fo... ... Overview President Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act another piece of Great Society legislati... ...ociety legislation. The OAA was passed as a part of Lyndon Johnson's Great Society reforms. It followed closely behind the Civi... ... Lyndon B. Johnson ... ... 1963 inauguration ... ...on 1965 inauguration ... ... Act of 1965 (Pub.L. 89–73, 79 Stat. 218, July 14, 1965) was the first federal level initiative aimed at providing comprehensive services fo...

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