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Report on Menominee Indian Reservation

By: United States. Board of Indian Commissioners; Ayer, Edward Everett, 1841-1927

...RD E. AYER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org INDIAN RESERVATION Title: REPORT ON MENOMINEE INDIAN RESERVATION Autho... ...... .... PAGE Foreword 4 Introduction 5 Report of Edward E. Ayer on the Menominee Indian Reservation, January, 1914 7 Supplementary report of Edward E. Ayer ... ...e war path. From early times they have been the white man s friend. In our Civil War, many soldiers were recruited from their bands and today here exi... ...lace now? A. Brigham. Q. Have you had any experience with him? A. From all accounts, since he has been here he has attended to his business and I know... ...how important they were. Also that Mr. Ayer s expert had reported that the accounts were in good shape. Mr. Ayer : Q. What is this attorney employed b... ...aining that any of the Indians could get any desired information about the accounts of the mills and that there was absolutely no doubt but that the m... ...ucation, but think the average Indian girl would be able to do more toward civilizing her people if she were taught to make the best possible use of t... ...at farming would indeed be the salvation of the Indian and the only way to civilize him eventually. However, the steady work on a farm is not to his l...

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Report of the Civil Service Commission to the President, April 15, 1874

By: United States Civil Service Commission

...d Public Library.org COMMISSION, APRIL 15, 1874 Title: REPORT OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, APRIL 15, 1874 Author: Language: English Subjec... ...... ...DUCED BY THE PRESIDENT PURSUANT TO THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1871, STATED BY THE Civil. SERVICE COMMISSION IN A REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT. APRIL 15, 1874. RE... ...tion of President Grant, as illustrated by his philanthropic management of Indian affairs, by his efforts to reform the civil service and purify the s... ...tal rules, fractions, percentage, interest, and discount ; (5) elements of accounts and book-keeping; (6) history and geography : general questions, p... ...Washington. III. The third district embraces the States of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana,Wisconsin, and Kentucky ; and the examinations therein shall be hel... ... the more specific the exami- nations are, the better. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs has had no occasion for examin- ations, but says, " I can ve... ...hhe paid$1,000 in cash, theremainder beingcharged to him on Brown's books. ACCOUNTS. 22. John Thompson, postmaster at Thompsonville, on the 1st of Jul... ...actions, proportion, percentage.and interest, reduction ,- (3) elements of accounts and bookkeeping; (4) geogr^aphy, history, and government: general ...

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Indian Civil Accounts Service

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...ervice Overview Indian Civil Accounts Service ... ...Overview Indian Civil Accounts Service Abbre... ...ew Indian Civil Accounts Service Abbreviatio... ...ational Academy of Direct Taxes, Nagpur Institute of Government Accounts and Finance, New Delhi ... ...Chief Controller General of Accounts Sh.Jawahar Thakur ... ... Sh.Jawahar Thakur The Indian Civil Accounts Service(भारतीय सिविल लेखा सेवा Bharatiya Civil Lekha ... ... Sh.Jawahar Thakur The Indian Civil Accounts Service(भारतीय सिविल लेखा सेवा Bharatiya Civil Lekha Seva ) ... ... Service(भारतीय सिविल लेखा सेवा Bharatiya Civil Lekha Seva ) is one of the Civil Services of India ("Group A"). ICAS functions under the Department of... ...l intake into the ICAS was by deputing and transferring the personnel from Indian Audit and Accounts Department. Since 1977, Direct recruits to ICAS a...

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Report on Menominee Indian Reservation

By: United States. Board of Indian Commissioners; Ayer, Edward Everett, 1841-1927

...LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES REPORT ON MENOMINEE INDIAN RESERVATION BY EDWARD E. AYER Member of the Board of Indian Commis... ...TS. PAGE Foreword 4 Introduction 5 Report of Edward E. Ayer on the Menominee Indian Reservation, January, 1914 7 Supplementary report oi Edward E. Aye... ...ion, January, 1914 7 Supplementary report oi Edward E. Ayer on the Menominee Indian Reservation 22 Exhibits : 1. Copy oi letter from D. F. Tyrrell to ... ...the war path. From early times they have been the white man's friend. In our Civil War, many soldiers were recruited from their bands and today here e... ...ace now? A. Brigham. -v Q. Have you had any experience with him? A. From all accounts, since he has been here he has attended to his business and I kn... ...t how important they were. Also that Mr. Ayer's expert had reported that the accounts were in good shape. Mr. Ayer : Q. What is this attorney employed... ...plaining that any of the Indians could get any desired information about the accounts of the mills and that there was absolutely no doubt but that the... ...education, but think the average Indian girl would be able to do more toward civilizing her people if she were taught to make the best possible use of... ...that farming would indeed be the salvation of the Indian and the only way to civilize him eventually. However, the steady work on a farm is not to his...

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Journal of the Second Annual Conference of the Board of Indian Commisioners : With the Representatives of the Religious Societies Cooperating with the Government, And Reports of Their Work Among the Indians, Washington D. C., January 15, 1873

By: United States. Board of Indian Commissioners

...mplete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and resources that support and strengthen the instructional pro... ...... ...NDIAN COMMISSIONERS. JOURNAL OF THE SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE BOARD OF INDIAN COMMISSIONERS WITH THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES ... ...IETIES CO OPERATING WITH THE GOVERNMENT, AND REPORTS OF THEIR WORK AMONG THE INDIANS WASHINGTON, D* C., JANUARY 15, 1873* WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTI... ...se of Representatives ; and William P. Ross and other representatives of the civilized tribes in the Indian Ter ritory; General O. O. Howard, United S... ...e missionary boards of all the churches in co-operating with our endeavor to civilize and christianize the Indian wards of the nation. Much has alread... ...ze the Indian wards of the nation. Much has already been accomplished toward civilizing the In dian race ; their condition has been much improved, and... ...e college, hasbeen there about two mouths, and wehavemost excellent < accounts of him. This is the first time we have had a chief who has been ... ...to manifest great aptitude for it, and a great desire to improve. The little accounts which are written of these meetings, showing how pleased the wom...

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Indian Railway Accounts Service

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... Government of India. The officers of this service are responsible for the Accounts and Finance Management of the Indian Railways. About 10-15 IRAS of... ...his service are responsible for the Accounts and Finance Management of the Indian Railways. About 10-15 IRAS officers are recruited every year through... ...ndian Railways. About 10-15 IRAS officers are recruited every year through Civil Services Examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission. At... ...4 Organisation 5 Financial Commissioners on Indian Railways 6 See also ... ...nded, and ratified through the Resolution for separation in 1924, that the Indian Railway finances should be separated from the General Finances. This... ...ment should employ its own accounting staff and be responsible for its own accounts. We think that the present account and statistics should be thorou... ...y Department having its own accounting staff and being responsible for its accounts, subject to an independent audit by the Auditor General of India.[... ...aining The recruitment to the cadre is done through the Civil Services Examination which is conducted by Union Public Service Commi... ...an Administrative Service. After selection through the Civil Services Examinations of the Union Public Service Commission, the pro...

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Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Health Service Reorganization : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session on S. 814 October 6, 1995, Anchorage, Ak

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

... BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND INDIAN A S. Hrg. 104-335 BUREAU... ...INDIAN A S. Hrg. 104-335 BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE REORGANIZATION Y4, IN 2/11: S, H... ... A S. Hrg. 104-335 BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE REORGANIZATION Y4, IN 2/11: S, HRG. 104-335 Bureau of Indian Affa... ... INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE REORGANIZATION Y4, IN 2/11: S, HRG. 104-335 Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian... ING -4; BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAI... ...fined and determined by the 19 Secretaiy) for the tribal priority allocation accounts 20 of an Indian tribe allocated to a tribe by the Bureau. 21 TIT... ... In general.—The Chairperson of the 6 task force may, \\ithout regard to the civil serv- 7 ice laws, appoint and terminate such personnel 8 as may be ... ...ang on to his job. I think there needs to be some way that we can modify the civil service system so that people are not retained only on seniority, o... ...n't see us succeeding imless we deal with — perhaps once they see that it is civil and doable we will see some progress there. Finally, you recommende... ...e faired well. These cuts should be shared. #2. Within the BIA, it is theTPA accounts that have taken the biggest hit in the cuts. The spread ofthe cu...

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Economic Development in Indian Reservations : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, Second Session September 17, 1996, Washington, Dc

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org MENT ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS Title: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS... ...... ...4 Econonic Oevelopnent on Indian Rese. . . HEAKING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FOURTH CONGRESS SECOND SESS... ...inside the reservation rather than in the State ofMontana. What is it that accounts for successful economic development when it occurs in Indian Count... ...e in terms of economic development and they end up with Wounded Knee II, a civil war. One more lesson. Right after World War II the United States took... ...rs. There are many stories of this kind across the nation. What is it that accounts for successful economic development when it occurs in Indian Count... ... to the last available United Slates census data (1980), 89 percent of the civilian jobs at Hualapai are in the public sector. Tribal members and offi... ... grant. Sovereignty hasmanydimensions, from taxationand resourcecontrol to civil rightsand child welfare."Ourresearch isconfined to theeconomic sphere... ...Series, John F. Kennedy School ofGovernment, Harvard University, 1992. 16. Accounts of indigenous Sioux political organization vary in their details, ...

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Indian Defence Accounts Service

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... Formed 1747:inception of Military accounts department with appointment of Milit... ...ilitary accounts department with appointment of Military pay master & henceforth designated Military Accounts General; 1951 : re-christened defenc... ... Legal personality Governmental:Central Group 'A' Civil-service,officers recruited on basis of ... ...CGDA Current: Shri Arvind Kaushal Head of the Civil Services ... ... Cabinet Secretary Current: Ajit Seth The Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) (Hindi... ...Cabinet Secretary Current: Ajit Seth The Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) (Hindi: भारतीय रक्षा ... ... Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) (Hindi: भारतीय रक्षा लेखा सेवा ) is a group "A" gazetted central civil-service of the government of india [for... ...nt Boards etc. -The Controller General of Defence Accounts (CGDA) is the Head of the Indian Defence Accounts Service and functions... ...fstrat.com/exec/frmArticleDetails.aspx?DID=423 10:http://www.janes.com/article/32034/indian-mod-starts-recovering-funds-after-aw10...

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The Ethnogeography of the Tewa Indians

By: Harrington, John Peabody; Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956; Huntington Free Library; Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE TEWA INDIANS Title: THE ETHNOGEOGRAPHY OF THE TEWA INDIANS Author: JOHN PEA... ...lete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and resources that support and strengthen the instructional progr... ...t distributed or used commercially. Prohibited distribution includes any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in an... ...... ...ingfragment of harder tufa 272 9. Scene on SsekevA'i Mesa, showing the old Indian trail 273 10. Scene on Ss^kewi'i Mesa, showing the old Indian trail ... ...e clouds, and the close asso- ciation between them and the clouds probably accounts for the resemblance of the words 'dk'vMa and ^oFuwa. The Tewa also... ...sur- face of the arroyo-bed may be entirely dry. This explanation probably accounts for the frequent appearance of the name of Chupadero on the map of... ...xiumquawere then the principal pueblos of the Jemez tribe [in 1618]."' For accounts of Amy,fyJcwd, see the writings of Bandelier and Hewett above cite... .... The name Apache Canyon was, however, certainly in use at the time of the Civil War, and was probably used in Span, long before that time. Bandelier ...

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Hearings before the Committee on Reform in the Civil Service of the House of Representatives, United States : Retirement Fund for Superannuated Employees in the Civil Service. March 10, 11, 13, 20, And 21, And April 13, 1908

By: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Reform in the Civil Service

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ON REFORM IN THE CIVIL SERVICE Title: HEARINGS BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON REFORM IN THE CI... ...... ...NTATIVES, UNITED STATES RETIREMENT FUND FOR SUPERANNUATED EMPLOYEES IN THE CIVIL SERVICE MARCH 10, 11, 13, 20, and 21, and APRIL 13, 1908 WASHINGTON G... ... it and the payment of salaries to the clerical force required to keep the accounts and distribute the fimds. (2) Each employee must set aside the amo... ... keep an account with each man ? Mr. Brown. Yes, sir. Mr. Dawson. How many accounts will be necessary ? Mr. Brown. About 150,000. The moneys so deduct... ...of the Treasury shall prepare and keep all neefl- ful tables, records, and accounts required for carrying out the provisions of this act. The records ... ...ement of members of the police de- partment. That is about the same thing. Indiana teachers' pension fund. Chapter 170 (approved March 9, 1907) . In a... ...ess than fifteen years, shall be entitled to receive a disability pension. Indiana police pension fund. Chapter 19, an act to amend sections 177, 178,... ...lway Company; the Pennsylvania lines west of Pitts- burg; Grand Rapids and Indiana Railway Company; Terre Haute and Logansport Railway Company; the Ci...

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Rajasthan Accounts Service

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... Rajasthan Accounts Service (R.Ac.S.) is state service of civil services of the Indian state of Rajasthan. T... ... Rajasthan Accounts Service (R.Ac.S.) is state service of civil services of the Indian state of Rajasthan. The recruitm... ... Rajasthan Accounts Service (R.Ac.S.) is state service of civil services of the Indian state of Rajasthan. The recruitment of officers in thi... ...ct officers for Rajasthan Administrative Service, Rajasthan Police Service and Rajasthan Accounts Service and number of other civil services. ... ...ive Service, Rajasthan Police Service and Rajasthan Accounts Service and number of other civil services. Initially a preliminary e... ...of individuals choice and his rank in merit. The first posting is as Accounts Officer. After sufficient experience officer is prom... ...osting is as Accounts Officer. After sufficient experience officer is promoted as Senior Accounts Officer Chief Accounts Officer and Financial Advisor... ...ancial Advisor respectively. Some officers of outstanding performance get a promotion in Indian Administrative Service. The parent... ... 11.Sh. Balveer Singh Gothwal is GM Finance Rajasthan State Food and Civil Supply Corporation 12.Smt.Kaum...

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Proceedings of Select Special Committee on Civil Service and Civil Service Act

By: Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Special Committee on Civil Service Act.

... PROCEEDINGS OF SELECT SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON CIVIL SERVICE AND CIVIL SERVICE ACT March 15, 1932, to May 10, 1932 THIRD... ...Resolved,-That the appointments to, and the control and direction of, the Civil Service of Canada, and, generally, the administration and operation ... ...ervice of Canada, and, generally, the administration and operation of the Civil Service Act, be referred to a Special Committee consisting of seven ... ... in the department, suggested setting up a separate audit branch in their Accounts branch. Now, the Organization Branch officers reported to the Com... ...d procedure and instal- lation of a double entry set of bookkeeping in the Accounts branch of the Immigration and Colonization department. A complete... ...e review of the work and staff-although not so much of the methods-of the Accounts branch of the National Defence department. Q. You reviewed the s... ...Commission, of whom you have just spoken?- A. I have a case in mind of an Indian agent in Saskatchewan who was dismissed for partisanship. I think h... ...ntly I was for six years Minister of the combined department of Interior, Indian Affairs and Immigration, prior to my appointment as Chairman of the... ... classes as: Assistant Field Matron, Climatological Observer, Dispenser Indian Reserve, River Observer, Truant Officer, Indian Schools, Weather ...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 8

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

...I JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS VOLUME 8 1921 CONTENTS AND INDEX ie<-8 BOSTON SOCIETY OF CI... ... Boston, Massachusetts. ^(oU.L Copyright, 192 1, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.— This Society is not responsible tor any statement m... .... Edward W. Howe 291 S. E. Tinkham's Connection with the Boston Society of Civil Engineers as Its Secretary for Thirty-Seven Years. Desmond FitzGerald... ...r • Mil. Cu. Ft. Aziscohos, Me Ripogenus, Me Somerset, Deerfield R., Vt. . Indian River, N. Y Wachusett, Mass Ashokan, N. Y Portage, Genesee R., N. Y.... .... The quantities in Table IV are stated in terms of these materials, which accounts for the odd proportions used. The results obtained during Septembe... ...that he will naturally figure his costs in the same manner as he keeps his accounts, and thereby often lose the sense of proportion of costs. Costs ar... ..."King Philip's War" having broken out. the settlement was destroyed by the Indians and the inhabitants returned to Plymouth. In 1679 they returned to ... ...f the old First Church in Roxbury, of which John Eliot, the apostle to the Indians, was the first minis- ter. For some years Mr. Tinkham was the chair... ...mmission. A number of the items might be changed somewhat — in particular, Accounts 240 Depreciation Reserves and 301 Organization ; — certain others ...

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Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service

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... The Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service (also known as IP&TAFS... ... The Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service (also known as IP&TAFS) is a Group "A" Cent... ...ecommunication Accounts and Finance Service (also known as IP&TAFS) is a Group "A" Central Civil Services of the Union of India. The Service was s... ...e (also known as IP&TAFS) is a Group "A" Central Civil Services of the Union of India. The Service was started in the year 1972 for prudent and pr... ...ole provider of the communications needs of the country at that time. Gradually, over time the service has crystallized into a professional cadre of o... ...zed into a professional cadre of over 225 officers. In 2013, 9 officers were recruited through Civil Services Examination conducted by Union Public Se... ...es. Recruitment and induction After recruitment through Civil Services Examination, the officers undergo a foun... ...osted to work in the Department of Post or Department of Telecommunications as Assistant Chief Accounts Officers in the Junior Time Scale Grade. IP&am... ...ccounts Officers in the Junior Time Scale Grade. IP&TAFS has also a Group-B Cadre and Asst Accounts Officers, Accounts Officers and Sr.Accounts Of...

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Proceedings of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, Appointed by Law for the Extinguishment of Indian Titles in the State of New York : Published from the Original Manuscript in the Library of the Albany Institute ; With an Introduction and Notes : Volume 1

By: New York (State) Commissioners of Indian Affairs; Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 1822-1885

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, VOL. I Title: PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF INDI... ...mmissitoners ofInbtan 0[ffairs. APPOINTED BY LAW FOR THE EXTINGUISHMENT OF INDIAN TITLES IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. » ) » PUBLISHED FROM THE ORIGINAL M... ... Commissioners ofl^nUm Affairs, APPOINTED BY LAW FOR THE EXTINGUISHMENT OF INDIAN TITLES IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. PUBLISHED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCR... ... Title to large Areas of Land, is of itself always an important Era in the Civil History of a Country, because it involves a Change of Policy with reg... ...riods of Time. But when the Change has in express View the Substitution of Civilization for Barbarism — a dense agri- cultural Population in the Place... ...e Transactions, have however never before been published, although partial Accounts of the Treaties appear in the Writings, or are preserved in the tr... ...lic as possible. We are desirous that you will communicate to Congress the Accounts which we have received from our Brethren, as it may be in their Po... ... v, 22 , Holgate's Gen- He was a Delegate in the Provincial ealogy ; N. T. Civil List. Congress, and as Brigadier General of 20 Proceedings of the Mr... ... Indians, late Officers in the Service of the United States, and pay their Accounts in like Mannor as other Officers in the Line of that State." In pu...

Indians of North America ; Indian land transfers

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 5

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

...ii Imimfmmrmmm^mmmmmiimmmtriimmmim JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Volume 5 191S CONTENTS AND INDEX Published monthly, excep... ...oston, Massachusetts. ^^ Q)'^D'G Copyright, 191 8, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.— This Society is not responsible for any statement... ... Mass. Inst, of Tech Mar., 135 Vol. V JANUARY, 1918 No. 1 BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FOUNDED 1848 PAPERS AND DI5CU55I0N5 This Society is not r... ... on the major and minor courts, and on the important streets, are faced with Indiana limestone. On the secondary courts and other less prominent place... ... size of tree roots taken from the sewers than the Waltham authorities. Most accounts of the improvements in sewer jointing begin with the introductio... ...s ridge is called the " Giant Range," " Mesabi " being the original Chippewa Indian name for Giant. There are no mountains in Minnesota. The timbers a... ...as necessary to add a little water before taking the third hot sample, which accounts for the drop in temperature. The three cold cylinders were marke... ..., Pa o Clearfield, Pa 2 Cambria, Pa 2 Somerset Co., Pa 2 Jefferson Co., Pa i Indiana Co., Pa i Westmoreland,* Pa 3 Pittsburgh, Pa 2 Georges Creek, Big... ...-outputmust be multiplied to corre- spond to the actual delivered energy. It accounts for losses of all kinds, and for variations in operating conditi...

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Bangladesh Civil Service

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...desh Civil Service , more popularly known by its acronym BCS, is the elite civil service of the Government of Bangladesh. It originated from the Centr... ...ivil Service , more popularly known by its acronym BCS, is the elite civil service of the Government of Bangladesh. It originated from the Central Sup... ...e of the Government of Bangladesh. It originated from the Central Superior Services of Pakistan which was derived from the colonial legacy of the form... ...s derived from the colonial legacy of the former British Empire-controlled Indian Civil Service. Since independence it has been known by Act as Bangl... ...ed from the colonial legacy of the former British Empire-controlled Indian Civil Service. Since independence it has been known by Act as Bangladesh C... ...ce independence it has been known by Act as Bangladesh Civil Service. The civil service system is the backbone of the administrative machinery of the... ... part of the world. The British used to rule the native population through Indian Civil Service (ICS) and most of the officers in ICS were British the... ... in ICS were British themselves. It was in the early 20th Century that the Indians also started competing against the British and many Indians eventua... ...ecretary3. BCS (Police): Assistant Superintendent of Police4. BCS (Audit & Accounts): Assistant Accountant General5. BCS (Customs & Excise): Assistant...

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Proceedings of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, Appointed by Law for the Extinguishment of Indian Titles in the State of New York : Published from the Original Manuscript in the Library of the Albany Institute ; With an Introduction and Notes : Volume 2

By: New York (State) Commissioners of Indian Affairs; Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 1822-1885

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, VOL. II Title: PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF IND... ...ommissioners of^ntJian Affairs. APPOINTED BY LAW FOR THE EXTINGUISHMENT OF INDIAN TITLES IN THE STATE OF I)^EW YORK. PUBLISHED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUS... ...ONTINUATION OF THE PROCEEDINGS Commissioners for holding Treaties with the Indians within this State, CONTAINING Their Negotiations with the Cayuga Na... ...ruary, 1789, the Commissioners were im- ployed in collecting and adjusting Accounts of Expences attending the Treaty and making Arrangements for the D... ...ved, that the Governor be requested to sign and transmit the same. Several Accounts having accrued since the Completion of the Treaty with the Cayugas... ... to the Inspection of Mr. Ten Broeck, who is requested to examine the said Accounts and Vouchers and see that the Charges are just and proper. Commis... ...rothers, the white People, which are not calculated for a People so little civilized as we are. Done in Council this twenty-seventh Day of January, on... ...ng on a Body ofMen will be expedient or not. I would also advise that some civil Officers should be ap- pointed and Government established in this Qua... ...h the Advice and Consent of the Council of Appointment, to appoint as many Civil and Military Officers wiihin that part of the County of Montgomery, p...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 3/19/1900 22: 01

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... Tufts College Library ftiSl^ JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Volume s 1©1S CONTENTS AND INDEX Published monthly, excep... ...d States Fuel Administrator. George C. Whipple President, Boston Society of Civil Engineers 1917-1918 Vol. V JANUARY, 1918 No. 1 BOSTON Society of C... ...EDINGS NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING. A REGULAR meeting of the Boston Society of Civil Engi- neers will be held on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1918, at 7.45 o'... ... on the major and minor courts, and on the important streets, are faced with Indiana limestone. On the secondary courts and other less prominent place... ... size of tree roots taken from the sewers than the Waltham authorities. Most accounts of the improvements in sewer jointing begin with the introductio... ...s ridge is called the " Giant Range," " Mesabi " being the original Chippewa Indian name for Giant. There are no mountains in Minnesota. The timbers a... ...as necessary to add a little water before taking the third hot sample, which accounts for the drop in temperature. The three cold cylinders were marke... ...i 267.73 Bonds and notes 29 191.75 Stock I 950.00 Cooperative banks 3 212.65 Accounts Receivable (rents).. i45-*^3 Library 7 500.00 Furniture i 950.49... ...a 2.55 17-53 70.52 9.40 14 238 Jefferson Co., Pa 1.54 30.35 58.55 9.56 13875 Indiana Co., Pa i .32 22.78 65.30 10.60 14 048 Westmoreland,* Pa 3.25 3i-...

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Indian Territory in the American Civil War

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...Confederate States in the American Civil War ... ... Indian Territory Arizona ... ... During the American Civil War, Indian Territory occupied what is now the U.S. state of Oklahoma... ... During the American Civil War, Indian Territory occupied what is now the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It served... ...for Native American tribes of the Southeastern United States following the Indian Removal Act. It was occupied by captured Native Americans who had be... ...Army, as both officers and enlisted men;[2] they were mostly from the Five Civilized Tribes: the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole nat... ... ^ "Civil War Sites in Oklahoma". National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-08-10.  ^ Ameri... ... Edwards, Whit. "The Prairie Was on Fire": Eyewitness Accounts of the Civil War in the Indian Territory (Oklahoma Historical Soci... ... Edwards, Whit. "The Prairie Was on Fire": Eyewitness Accounts of the Civil War in the Indian Territory (Oklahoma Historical Soci...

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The Civil Service of Canada

By: Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Special Committee on Civil Service Act.

...iterature Collection World Public Library.org OF CANADA Title: THE CIVIL SERVICE OF CANADA Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ...... ...re into the Operation of Chapter 12, 8-9 George V. An Act respecting the Civil Service of Canada, etc. COMPRISING The Order of Reference, the Repo... ...ded a university. 13 years civil service experience, in the Department of Indian Affairs, Trade and Commerce, Customs, and Civil Service Commission. ... ...yrights, Trade and Commerce, and the Purchasing Commission. Mr. Medland, Indian Affairs, Archives, Railways and Canals, Public Works, Mines, Insura... ...te a number in the Department of Agricul- ture; a few in the Mines; and in Indian Affairs one or two. [Mr. J. A. Elrick.] CIVIL SERVICE OF CANADA 4... ... have not made myself very clear. For instance you have a position in the accounts branch and a stenographer is probably the best fitted person in t... ... and with his pen and can write and spell well, and has some knowledge of accounts, and make himself generally useful about a department, a docket k... ... working on the Municipal year book, and a patent book for Public Library accounts. Q. I understand you have some knowledge of over-manning in the d...

...Appendix No. 5. Special committee on Civil service act - proceedings of the special Committee appointed to inquire into the operation of Chapter 12, 8-9 George V. An Act respecting the civil service of Canada, etc. , comprising the Order of reference, the Report...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 3/20/1900 1: 01

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... i Tufts College Library JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS n. VOLUME 8 CONTENTS AND INDEX Published monthly, excepti... ...t Temple, Boston, Massachusetts. Copyright, 1921, bj' the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. ^3 J I- Note.— This Society is not responsible tor any s... ...am. Edward W. Howe 291 S. E. Tinkham's Connection with the Boston Society of Civil Engineers as Its Secretary for Thirty-Seven Years. Desmond FitzGera... ...Per Mil. Cu. Ft. Aziscohos, Me Ripogenus, Me Somerset, Deerfield R., Vt. . . Indian River, N. Y Waciiusett, Mass Ashokan, N. Y Portage, Genesee R., N.... ...st. The quantities in Table IV are stated in terms of these materials, which accounts for the odd proportions used. The results obtained during Septem... ...h that he will naturally figure his costs in the same manner as he keeps his accounts, and thereby often lose the sense of proportion of costs. Costs ... ... " King Philip's War" having broken out, the settlement was destroyed by the Indians and the inhabitants returned to Plymouth. In 1679 they returned t... ... of the old First Church in Roxbury, of which John Eliot, the apostle to the Indians, was the first minis- ter. For some years Mr. Tinkham was the cha... ...commission. A number of the items might be changed somewhat — in particular, Accounts 240 Depreciation Reserves and 301 Organization ; — certain other...

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Indian Revenue Service

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...shal Srivastava Head of the Civil Services ... ...y Current: A. K. Seth The Indian Revenue Service (Hindi: भारतीय राजस्व सेवा, Bhāratīya Rājaswa Sevā),... ...ative revenue service of the Government of India. It is one of the Central Civil Services (Group A). The Service functions under the Department of Rev... ...Recruitment There are two streams of recruitment to the Indian Revenue Service - Direct Recruits and Promoted Officers. Direct Recr... ...s and Promoted Officers. Direct Recruits are selected from the prestigious Civil Services Examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission and... ... Designations The designations and time-scales within the Indian Revenue Service are as follows after cadre restructure:[1] ... ...tive Service, Indian Police Service, India Foreign Service, Indian P and T Accounts and Finance Service, Indian Audit and Accounts service, Indian Cus... ..., Indian Customs and Central Excise Service (IC & CES), Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS),Indian Revenue Service. Gfilesindia.com. Retrieved ... ...tive Service, Indian Police Service, India Foreign Service, Indian P and T Accounts and Finance Service, Indian Audit and Accounts service, Indian Cus...

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Antiquities of Long Island

By: Furman, Gabriel, 1800-1854; Moore, Frank, 1828-1904; Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation; Huntington Free Library

... Historical Societj^ Frank Moore. New York, October, 1874. CONTENTS. PAQB Indians and their History 9 The Devil's Stepping Stones 50 Ronkonkama Pond ... ...0 The Nicolls Patent 284 Governor Lovelace's License 289 The Deed from the Indians 290 CO:sTENTS. Vll PARE Governor Dongan's Patent 293 Town Rights a... ...e of Long Island 339 Charles Loosley's Lottery 343 Descent of the Northern Indians 347 List of Constables 349 The Duke's '' Overseers " 351 The Town C... ...customed to attribute to the Indians of Long Island ; and they were " very civil." '\A^ien they visited him on the ensuing day, Hud- son says, some of... ...his show an intercourse between these Indians of Long Island, and the more civilized race found by the Spaniards in Mexico ; or did the Canarse Indian... ...n the possibility of converting the Indians, and also of forming them into civilized communities, and with that view were very rigid in their enact- m... ...On a hill in the rear of the village are the graves of the nation." " Tire accounts we have had of the effects of the small-pox on that nation are mos... ...hly honorable to Governor Stuj'vesant as a man ; who must indeed, from the accounts of him, have been very high souled and honorable, one well calcula... ... Seabury (Jam.), Feb. 3, 1851. 8vo, pp. 23. Oyster Bay Statement of Yearly Accounts for 1845. 18mo, pp. 34. Proceedings of Soc. for Suppressing Vice a...

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Civil rights movements

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...Martin Luther King and other African-American Civil Rights Movement leaders in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln dur... ... March on Washington, August 28, 1963 Civil rights movements are a worldwide series of political movements for eq... ...aracterized by nonviolent protests, or have taken the form of campaigns of civil resistance aimed at achieving change through nonviolent forms of resi... ...ment 3.1.4 American Indian Movement ... ...ered at the mouth of William Street, on the edge of the Bogside. Different accounts describe the first outbreak of violence, with reports stating that... ...s and a generalized ethno-nationalist agenda. American Indian Movement At a time when peaceful sit-ins we... ...At a time when peaceful sit-ins were a common protest tactic, the American Indian Movement (AIM) takeovers in their early days were noticeably violent... ...ll Overcome: Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement, a National Park Service A Columbia University Resource for Teachi...

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Sovereign Immunity : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session : Oversight Hearing to Provide for Indian Legal Reform : Part: 1

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

...303, Pt. 1 105-303/pt.i SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSION OVERSIGHT HEARING TO PROVIDE FOR INDIAN LEGAL REFORM MARCH 11, 1998 WASHINGTON, DC PART 1 UNIVERSITY 0» ILL... ...BAN A-CH AMP ROOKS"! • rg. 105-303, Pt. 1 HEAKING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...ation is still being worked out. We will also at that time be dealing with civil and property rights. We will do another hearing on April 9 in Minneap... ...re Indian tribes retain inherent sovereign power to exercise some forms of civil jurisdiction over non-Indians on their reservations, even on non-Indi... ...with con- tracts and taxes. The one in Washington will deal primarily with civil and property rights and the last one in Minneapolis will deal primari... ...ific waivers of sovereign immunity or security arrangements such as escrow accounts, bonds, or letters - of-credit to ensure against financial loss fr... ... powers, and federal policy should not be made on the basis of exaggerated accounts with little basis in reality. A fundamental principle of sound fed... ... resort to the lender and agreed to deposit those revenues daily into bank accounts pledged as security to the lender. Revenues would be released to S...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 3

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Volume 3 1916 CONTENTS AND INDEX ie4B BOSTON SO... ...nt Temple, Boston, Massachusetts. rcQZ.^.Q, Copyright, 1916, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. NniE.— This Society is not responsible for any... ...PI£P5 I7A20-SHEET® PORTLAND BRIDGE. HARBOR PIKRS. PLATE V. JODRNAL BOSTON SOCIETY i CIVIL ENGINEERS. DECEMBER. 1916 PETTEE ON PORTLAND BRIDGE. STEE... ... some indis- cretion on the part of the individual affected. Decompressing too quickly accounts for much of the trouble, and the change of temperature... ... three months was 325 ft. per month, a goodly portion of this being in hard pan, which accounts for the slowdown and difference as shown for one month... ... It is unnecessary here to go into a detailed account of these various experiments, as accounts have been published in various journals giving all det... ... to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes." The powers thus granted in respect to commerce ... ...bes." The powers thus granted in respect to commerce with foreign nations and with the Indian tribes were availed of at once. The advent of steam- boa... ...immediately above the control. 9 8 7 n- 6 z i ' ~y^ UJ 4 -r/- O / % / RATING CURVE FOR INDIAN CREEK NEAR CRESCENT MILLS, CALIFORNIA Fig. 4; The rating...

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Mozambican Civil War

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...o years after the end of the war of independence. It resembled the Angolan Civil War in that both were proxy wars of the Cold War that started soon af... ...bout one million people died in fighting and from starvation; five million civilians were displaced,[1][2] and many were made amputees by landmines, a... ...talled as leader of RENAMO, which had been founded by the Rhodesian secret service shortly before. It was created in Salisbury, Rhodesia under the aus... ...ns and important infrastructure. Furthermore, RENAMO systematically forced civilians into its employment. This was done by mass abduction, especially ... ...] But abducted people also had to serve RENAMO in administrative or public service functions in the areas it controlled. Another way of using civilian... ...of murder where no meaningful resistance or defense is present. Eyewitness accounts indicate that when civilians are killed in these indiscriminate at... ...98. Gersony, Robert: Report of Mozambican Refugee Accounts of Principally Conflict-Related Experience in Mozambique, U.S. Dep... ...is Sino-Indian War ... ...ia Sino-Indian border dispute ...

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Special Committee on Bill No.122 - Special Committee on Civil Service Act

By: Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Special Committee on Civil Service Act.

...ssic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AN ACT TO AMEND THE CIVIL SERVICE ACT, 1918 Title: SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON BILL NO. 122 AN AC... ...CT, 1918 Title: SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON BILL NO. 122 AN ACT TO AMEND THE CIVIL SERVICE ACT, 1918 Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ...orldLibrary.net SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON Bill No. 122 An Act To Amend The Civil Service Act, 1918 MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS AND EVIDENCE No. 1--Wedne... ...o recommend would be for depredations, for theft, or dishonesty, in their accounts, and so on. Those are the only ones the inspector could recommend... ...hursday A. M., May 12, 1921 WITNESSES: Mr. D. C. Scott, Deputy Minister, Indian Affairs. Page 171. Mr. C. Camsell, Deputy Minister, Dept. of Mines.... ...he, 'Scott, and Camsell were in attendance. Mr. Scott, Deputy Minister of Indian Affairs, was called, sworn, and examined by members of the Committe... .... DUNCAN C. SCOTT, sworn. By the Chairman: Q. You are Deputy Minister of Indian Affairs? - A. Yes. Q. The object of your being called is to aid the... ...o take charge of your high-grade statis- tical work, such as examining the accounts and one thing and another. How can a man ever reach that from the... ...al staff is concerned, do you think the same rule should apply. Take your accounts, chief filing clerk and so on, do you think the same rule should ...

An act to amend the civil service act, 1918 : minutes of proceedings and evidence

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 7

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

...Mi 1 Mrs Herbert A Wi Isori JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Volume 7 CONTENTS AND INDEX Published monthly, excepting Ju... ... Boston, Massachusetts ^G^D.C^ •Copyright, 1920, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.— This Society is not responsible for any statement m... ... Waste Treatment Nov., 262 Leonard Metcalf President; Boston Society of Civil Engineers 1919-1920 Vol. VII JANUARY, 1920 No. 1 Boston Society of C... ...to-day, however, on the cost-plus basis, where no attempt is made to audit accounts, because the contractor is well known and entirely trusted; the co... ...able. Of- course the Comptroller of the Treasury wasn't ready to audit the accounts until hismen had approved them on the ground. The Committee realiz... ...he ground. The Committee realized the danger of delay in the settlement of accounts, usual to Government contracts. So the Committee strove to have th... ...luding the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad; Chicago and Grand Trunk; Indiana; Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe; Colorado, and several smaller lines. ... ...er a few years on railroad work 12* BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. in Indiana and on water-works construction with Rice & Evans, entered the empl... ...es, Telephones, 1917. Tables of Mortality from Influenza and Pneumonia, in Indiana, Kansas and Philadelphia, Pa., 1917. National Forest Reservation Co...

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Greek Civil War

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... Greek Civil War ... ... The Greek Civil War (Greek: ο Eμφύλιος [Πόλεμος], "the Civil War") was fought from 19... ...inst German and Italian occupation forces during the Second World War. The civil war was the result of a highly polarized struggle between left and ri... ...os Evert giving the order to open fire on the crowd. Although there are no accounts hinting that the crowd indeed possessed guns, the British commande... ...l of most of Athens and Piraeus. The British, outnumbered, flew in the 4th Indian Infantry Division from Italy as emergency reinforcements. Although t... ...s of the Provisional Government on March 7, 1948.[45] According to non-KKE accounts, the children were abducted to be indoctrinated as Communist janis... ...is Sino-Indian War ... ...ia Sino-Indian border dispute ... ...os Evert giving the order to open fire on the crowd. Although there are no accounts hinting that the crowd indeed possessed guns, the British commande...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1917-1922

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFA... ...L PAPER No. 27 A. 1918 DOMINION OF CANADA ANNUAL REPORT OK THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 19 17 PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARL... ...lionour to present to Your Excellency the Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1917. Respectfully sub... ...and Value of Income 56-60 School Statement 01-89 Indian Land Statement 90-92 Civil Government -93 Appropriation Accounts 94-96 Indian Ti'ust Fund -96 ... ...atement 01-89 Indian Land Statement 90-92 Civil Government -93 Appropriation Accounts 94-96 Indian Ti'ust Fund -96 8 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 27 ... ...o the new conditions of life with which they are confronted by the spread of civilization. The higher prices paid for raw furs this year have greatly ... ...R No. 27 located in remote districts, and are not sufficiently in touch with civilization to be eligible for military service. In the older and more s... ...3 2,646 34 ,434 26 20,112 09 94 DEPARTMEJf^ OF INDIAN AFFAIRS APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 1916-1917. 8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 Vote. APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS SES... ...PARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 8 GEORGE V, A. 1918 RECAPITULATION:—APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 1916-1917 Vote. 9 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 27 A. 1919 DOMIN...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 9

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... ^ook ^o. \9bA8 Mrs HerbertA.Wi VaoKX JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Volume© 1 CONTENTS AND INDEX IE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL v... ...e, Boston, Massachusetts. ^ arb.c Copyright, 1922, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.—This Society is not responsible for any statement ... ...Mosquito Control in Massachusetts Nov., 249 JANUARY, 1922 BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FOUNDED 1848 PROCEEDINGS PAPER IN THIS NUMBER. " Highway ... ...nd that there are generally more petty annoyances in the home office expense accounts and greater FEATURES AND HANDLING OF " COST-PLUS " CONTRACT. 67... ...ead back into the fertile river valleys and were reached by means of the old Indian trails which had been followed by the natives for unknown ages. Th... ...e, it is still true that the main roads through New England follow these old Indian trails, and it is this condition which confronts our State Highway... ...y-output must be multiplied to correspond to the actual delivered energy. It accounts for losses of all kinds, and for variations in operating conditi... ...nsin Geol. and Natural History Survey. New York. Special Report on Municipal Accounts. State Comptroller. Municipal Reports. Fall Ri\-er Mass. Annual ... ...tock. He was a direct descendant of Joseph Howe who fought in the French and Indian War and was also a Minute Man at Lexington. The old Howe Tavern at...

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Angolan Civil War

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... political parties, in the new political system, from 1991/92 onwards, but civil war continues ... ... 2,300 dead Over 500,000 civilians dead ... ... Civil War 1975–2002 ... ...rtification for the purchase of Angolan diamonds and freezing UNITA's bank accounts.[134] During the First Congo War, the Angolan ... ...d Diamond, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, discusses on several occasions his service within the SADF during its intervention in the Angolan Civil War. A... .... A Dirty War in West Africa: The RUF and the Destruction of Sierra Leone. Indiana University Press. p. 93.  ... ...is Sino-Indian War ... ...ia Sino-Indian border dispute ...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1913-14

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFA... ...PAPER No. 27 A. 1915 dominio:n of oajsada ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 1914 PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLI... ...our to present to Your Royal Highness the Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1014. Respectfully sub... ... 120-125 School Statement 126-155 Indian Land Statement. 156-8 Appropriation Accounts 159-160 Annuities Authorized by Statute 160 Indian Trust Fund , ... ...I, page 160 . Antigonish County, N.S., Micmacs John Cameron 32 Appropriation Accounts Summary, Part I, pages 159-160. Assabaska Band, Ont R. S. MoKenz... ....B R.A.Irving 29 " Superintendent for Nova Scotia A. J. Boyd 38 " Trust Fund Accounts Summary, Part I, page 161. Inspection of Agencies See ' J. R. Bu... ...ey take good care of them. Characteristics and Progress. — These Indians are civil and content at their work of long hours. They do not grasp the idea... ...rs are indolent and prefer to roam about from place to place. Nearly all are civil and law-abiding. Temperance and Morality. — In the case of the memb... ...ing from one place to another, that they make very little progress. They are civil and law-abiding. Temperance and Morality. — Many of the Indians in ...

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Civil Rights Journal : Year 1998

By: United States Commission on Civil Rights

...versity ofMaryland School ofLaw B i acerSflori^anil Education: Title: CIVIL RIGHTS JOURNAL Author: CHARLES R. RIVERA Language: English Subject: ... ...... ...f ( .i ilumbia. Each is composed of citizens familiar with local and State civil rights issues. The members serve without compensation and assist theC... ...N CIVIL RIGHTS O U R N Fall 1998 Volume 3, Number 1 FEATURES 6 Undermining Indian Sovereignty Rights. . .Again by Paul Alexander pase 6 Whether the is... ... secure the rights and dignity of other disadvantaged Americans, including Indians, Latinos, Asian and Pacific Islanders, disabled per- sons, women, a... ...se ofalarm about the future ofAfrican American youth. The proliferation of Indian casinos is theonenew fact most Americans know about Native peoples; ... ...ust tall on both writer and history as Grace Elizabeth Hale Styles telling accounts of the past in uncommonly crisp and adventure- some prose Emancipa... ...e suc- cess of Making Whiteness lies in its dra- matic flair -- its scenic accounts of travel and terror, its startling juxtaposi- tions of Southern c... ... its emphasis on the South, Hale's book provides a strong counterweight to accountswhich root white identity in work experiences in the North. Signifi...

JD-000-001; manual; farming; agriculture; service manual; 120; hydrostatic tractor; riding mower; john deere equipment company

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Russian Civil War

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... Theaters of the Russian Civil War ... ... The Russian Civil War (Russian: Гражданская война́ в Росси́и Grazhdanskaya voyna v Ross... ...erican troops in Vladivostok during the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War (August 1918) The Western Al... ...nsheviks in Ashkhabad (now the capital of Turkmenistan) with a small Anglo-Indian force. However, he failed to gain control of Tashkent, Bukhara, and ... ...an one. Or: Let them go and fight themselves. Wait a while, we will settle accounts with you. Or: 'What devil has brought this war on us? We are butti... ... Civil Service ...

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Sovereign Immunity : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session : Oversight Hearing to Provide for Indian Legal Reform : Part: 2

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

... S. Hrg. 105-303, Pr. 2 SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSION OVERSIGHT HEARING TO PROVIDE FOR INDIAN LEGAL REFORM APRIL 7, 1998 SEATTLE, WA PART 2 ~ORY do UNIVERSITY OF... ...RBANA-CHAMPAIGN BOOKSTACKS 105-303, PT. 2 HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ... involves inherent rights of trib- al immunity from lawsuits in individual civil and property rights to both Indians and non-Indians alike on the rese... ...dians and non-Indians alike on the reservation. Some have alleged that the civil rights of individuals, Indian and non-In- dian, are being deprived by... ...ons challenges, and other issues. In 1968, the Congress enacted the Indian Civil Rights and im- posed on tribal governments restrictions on official a... ...Federal dollars to get Federal money for attorney fees. Those are separate accounts and those are not — they don't come nec- essarily as part ofthat p... ... jurisdiction from the State of Montana, the tribe removed its tribal bank accounts from local banks and authorized the tribe to participate in a voti... ...ses a variety ofalternatives to waivers of immunity. In contracts, escrow accounts, up-front payment or first performance are some ofthe options. Add...

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Civil Rights Journal : Year 1999

By: United States Commission on Civil Rights

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CIVIL RIGHTS JOURNAL Author: DAVID ARONSON Language: English Subject: Fict... ...o, Kansas City, Denver, and Los Angeles. The Commission's Robert S. Rankin Civil Rights Memorial Library is situated in Commission headquarters, 624 N... ... of Publications," by request to the Publication Office, U.S. Commissionon Civil Rights, 624 9th Street, N.W. Rlxhii 600, Washington,DC 20425. ThU U«u... ...e trust imposed on Native Americans by the Federal govern- ment (Bureau of Indian Affairs) has lieen habitually mismanaged. In addi- tion, still today... ...bitually mismanaged. In addi- tion, still today, rights that were given to Indians are being diminished. CRJ: What could communities do to assist thei... ... sion back in the early 60s; working on Native Ameri- can issues, visiting Indian reservations and investigat- ing civil rights concerns lacing Americ... ...d to take matters in hand. Carrier had it coming to him anyway, some said. Accounts differ about who began the sliooting, but after the first round tw... ...itimate faaors. Many economists conclude that lafior market discrimination accounts for much ol the- luiexplained portion. Thus, ol liie 26 percent av... ... demo- graphic transformations has been a vast rise in iinmigration, which accounts for over a third of the current population growth directly and a h...

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Guatemalan Civil War

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...issing[12][13][14][15] The Guatemalan Civil War ran from 1960 to 1996. It was mostly fought between the governmen... ...r committing genocide against the Mayan population of Guatemala during the civil war and for widespread human rights violations against civilians. ... ...the political, social, and intellectual classes. In the final stage of the civil war, the military developed a parallel, semi-visible, low profile but... ...acific coast to supplement their minuscule earnings. The CUC was the first Indian-led national labor organization and the first to unite ladino worker... ...-led national labor organization and the first to unite ladino workers and Indian farmers in a struggle for better working conditions.[47] ... ...entral square of Panzós, Alta Verapaz. In the plaza, a crowd of 700 Kekchi Indians had gathered to protest land exploitation by investors who planned ... ...the security forces under Mejía Víctores, noting, "while criminal activity accounts for a small percentage of the cases, and from time to time individ... ...oblems – such as infant mortality, illiteracy, deficient health and social services, and rising levels of violence – contributed to popular discontent... ... The Inter-American Court of Human Rights has stated that the intelligence services in Guatemala have been responsible for multiple human rights viola...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1911-12

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFA... ...L PAPER No. 27 A. 1913 DOMINION OF CANADA ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FOR THF YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 1912 PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLI... ...el and Saint George; Knigh^ Grand Commander of ihe Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire; Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order; Personal ... ...ommutations of Annuity. . . 132 Officers and Employees 133-151 Appropriation Accounts 152-3 Indian Trust Fund Accounts 152 3 GEORGE V. SESSIONAL PAPE... ...page 132. Antigonish County, N.S., Micmacs John R. McDonald 66 Appropriation Accounts Summary, Part II, pages 152-3. Arsenault, J. O Prince Edward Isl... ... R. A. Irving 60 Superintendent for Nova Scotia . . A. J. Boyd 63 Trust Fund Accounts Summary, Part II, page 154. Industries See side heading in each ... ... make little progress, though they are very law-abiding, but care little for civilization, and have little thought of the future. 27—i—1 2 DEPARTMENT... ... bad for both intemperance and moralitj', as these Indians are in touch with civilization; but during the past two years — especially during the year ... ...d teepees, the latter are overcrowded as a rule. These Indians see little of civilization and are stupid, very few being able to speak English. During...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 6

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... Journal OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS VOLUME 6 191© CONTENTS AND INDEX 184^8 BOSTON S... ...ont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts r^L'T.b'L Copyright, 1919, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.— This Society is not responsible forany ... ...169 Whittet, Rufus Mason, Memoir of June, 263 Vol. VI JANUARY, 1919 BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FOUNDED 1848 PAPERS AND DISCUSSIONS This Societ... ...ld tonnage. Under the American flag at that time only 2 500 000 tons of ships w^ere in service, and of these 80 per cent, were engaged in coastwise an... ... surgeon-general of the navy, the Committee of National Defense, and the Public Health Service, to control the venereal diseases by means of lectures,... ...hered together the following staff, who en- gaged in the work of the department as war service: Home Office. Medical officer, Dr. J. P. Sprague. Sanit... ...e office force, including the staff of the field auditor, who passes promptly upon all accounts right at the job, thus avoiding the red tape and delay... ...d Office; of the National Park Service; of the Bureau of Lighthouses, of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and of the Public Health Service and of various... ...l from England as emigrants, their descendants having had thrilling experiences in the Indian wars and serving with distinction in the Revolu- tionary...

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John Strachey (civil servant)

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... Strachey GCSI, CIE (5 June 1823 – 19 December 1907), British India n civilian, fifth son of Edward Strachey, second son of Sir Henry Strachey, ... ...ing through the East India Company College, Strachey entered the Bengal civil service in 1842, and served in the North-Western Provinces, occupying... ...rough the East India Company College, Strachey entered the Bengal civil service in 1842, and served in the North-Western Provinces, occupying many ... ... Lord Lawrence to remedy as far as possible the injustice done after the Indian rebellion of 1857 by the confiscation of the rights of tenants and ... ..., when Strachey left India . The defective system on which the military accounts were kept occasioned a very erroneous estimate of the cost of the ...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1909-10

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 1910 Title:REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS... ... honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1910. Respectfully sub... ...ch 31, 1910. Respectfully submitted, FRANK OLIVER, Superintendent General of Indian Affairs. Ottawa, August 31, 1910. 27— Ai 1 GEORGE V. SESSIONAL PA... ...133 Commutations of Annuity 134 Officers and Employees 135-151 Appropriation Accounts 152-3 Indian Trust Eund Accounts 154 1 GEORGE V. SESSIONAL PAPE... ... 134. Antigonish County, N.S., Micmacs . . John R. McDonald 62 Appropriation Accounts Summary, Part II, pages 152-3. Arsenault, J. O Prince Edward Isl... ... W. Vowell 252 Indian Superintendent for N.S A. J. Boyd 60 Indian Trust Fund Accounts Summary, Part II, page 154. Industries See side heading in each ... ...hat indifference to human life and suffering which characterized even highly civilized nations, until Christian doctrine took possession of them, stil... ...owing his appreciation of the benefits of fixity of residence fundamental to civilization, and the progress made in the acquisition of tastes for high... ...icance to find that with few exceptions where as a first effect of extending civilization an impetus to the traffic in intoxicants is given (and where...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 2

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS VOLUME 2 1©15 CONTENTS AND INDEX 16-4-8 BOSTON ... ...ont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts. ^^G'^0'& Copyright, 1915, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.— This Society is not responsible for any... ...ociety of Civif Engineers. (Ad- dress at the Annual Meeting.) Harrison P. Eddy 149 The Civil Engineer's Capacity for Leadership. (Address at the Annua... ...de belts coacting by bond shear with the operation of narrow belts which cannot so act accounts for the erroneous views of many of the profession rega... ... The confusion of what the writer actually did say with his own misunderstanding of it accounts for Mr. Nichols' sub- sequent amusing computation of l... ... the pro- posed passenger and freight terminal at Chicago, for the Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad; the Winnipeg Terminal, Grand Trunk Pacific Ra... ...ot an inhabitant of the city or town in which the crossing is situated, who audits all accounts of expense incurred by the railroad, street railway co... ...tunate in securing a position as assistant engineer on some surveys connected with the Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette Railroad, and he remained ... ...es of Mr. Read follow closely the experiences of the writer of this sketch in southern Indiana at the same period, and are so characteristic of local ...

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Central Civil Services (India)

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...Central Civil Services are organised civil services, under Government of India. The officers of these Civil Serv... ...of these Civil Services manage various ministries and departments. Central Civil Services along with All India Services is part of the Civil Services ... ... Indian Railways Services ... ... Pages in category "Central Civil Services (India)" The following 20 pages are in this category, out ... ... I Income Tax Service, Group ‘B’ Indian Audits and Accounts Service Indian Civil Accounts Servic... ... Income Tax Service, Group ‘B’ Indian Audits and Accounts Service Indian Civil Accounts Service Indi... ...and Accounts Service Indian Civil Accounts Service Indian Defence Accounts Service I co... ...rvice Indian Civil Accounts Service Indian Defence Accounts Service I cont. ... ...ian Ordnance Factories Service Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service Indian Railway Accounts Service ...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1914-15

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 1915 Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIA... ... PAPER No. 27 A. 1916 DOMINION OF CANADA ANI^UAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FOR THE Y£:AR ended march 31 1915 ^•' PRINTED BY ORDER OF ... ...to present to Your Royal Highness the Annual • . ^ ..rt of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1915. Respectfully sub... ...and Industrial Schools ^ 156-171 Indian Land Statement 172-174 Appropriation Accounts 175-176 Annuities Authorized by Statute 176 Indian Trust Fund 17... ... I, page 176. Antigonish County, N.S., Micmacs John Cameron 32 Appropriation accounts Summary, Part I, page 176. Assabaska Band, Ont R. S. McKenzie 8 ... ...Geo. E. Hutchinson 29 Superintendent for Nova Scotia A.J. Boyd 38 Trust Fund Accounts Sumamry, Part I, page 177. Inspection of Agencies See " J. R. Bu... ... the fruits of the Canadian policy of endeavouring to develop communities of civilized Indians who nevertheless retain their ancient tribal customs an... ...st represented the Government in the unsettled country. These first posts of civilization were for the most part log structures, which became dilapida... ... care of their implements. Characteristics and Progress. — These Indians are civil and content, and improv- ing their condition. Generally speaking, t...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 4

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Volume 4 1917- CONTENTS AND INDEX 1648 BOSTON SOCIE... ...t Temple, Boston, Massachusetts. ^G^OG Copyright, 191 7, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.— This Society is not responsible for any sta... ...rams for Continuous Beams of Unequal Spans. Frank S. Bailey. 311 Classification of Civil Engineers under the Civil Service Rules. Report of the Commit... ...is water to the street surface. The standard forms of brick catch basins in use at Indianap- olis, Ind., and at Milwaukee, Wis., are shown in Engineer... ...., are shown in Engineering and Contracting, January lo, 1912, p. 42, Vol. 37. The Indian- apolis basin is 4 ft. 6 ins. in diameter on the inside and ... ...ms to the writer that there is a plausible explanation of this action, which fully accounts for each stage of the move- ment noted. It is a well-known... ...es not get into this country very much, so that, as I say, we are dependent on the accounts of the British govern- ment in the annual reports of the N... ....00 I 950.00 I 950.00 1 950.00 Cooperative Banks 3 545-72 3212.65 4190.96 4 747.15 Accounts Receivable (Rents). 145.83 145.83 Library 7 500.00 7 500.0... ...Recent Additions to the Library. U. S. Government Reports. Anticlines in Blackfeet Indian Reservation, Montana. Eugene Stebinger. Coals in Area betwee...

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Civil Services of India

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... The Civil Services of India (Hindi: भारतीय प्रशासनिक सेवा ) (known simply as th... ...vil Services of India (Hindi: भारतीय प्रशासनिक सेवा ) (known simply as the Civil Services) refer to the civil service and the permanent bureaucracy of... ...ivil service and the permanent bureaucracy of the Government of India. The civil service system is the backbone of the administrative machinery of the... ...policy. The executive decisions are implemented by the Indian civil servants. The members of civil service serve at the pleasure o... ...esent civil services of India is mainly based on the pattern of the former Indian Civil Service of British India. It was formed after the partition of... ...lues of integrity, impartiality and merit remain the guiding principles of Indian civil services. Since early 20th-century, Indian... ...Group A Indian Audits and Accounts Service, Group A ... ...up A[28][29] Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group A ... ...vice, Group A Indian Cost Accounts Service, Group A ...

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Ethnology of the Yuchi Indians

By: Speck, Frank Gouldsmith, 1881-1950; Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation; Huntington Free Library

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE YUCHI INDIANS Title: ETHNOLOGY OF THE YUCHI INDIANS Author: FRANK G. SPECK L... ...UBLICATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM VOL. I. NO. 1. ETHNOLOGY OF THE YUCHI INDIANS BY FRANK G. SPECK GEORGE LEIB HARRISON FELLOW IN ANTHROPOLOGY PHILA... ...HED BY THE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM 1909 CONTENTS. PAGE INTRODUCTION 5 THE YUCHI INDIANS 6 HISTORICAL SKETCH 7 POPULATION 9 ENVIRONMENT 11 Neighbors 11 Natu... ... la n tclni (Jim Tiger), Henry Long, and Fago 2 o n wi' , all of whom held civil or religious offices in the tribe, and others who from time to time a... ...ay be traversed without passing a plantation. Thus, according to their own accounts as well as those of their neighbors the Creeks, the Yuchi were acc... ...the white east, are undoubtedly connected with day and night. In different accounts the colors going with the cardinal points vary some- what. It appe... ..., south and west respectively. Here is the sacred ground of the town where civil and ceremonial events take place. The square, moreover, is the town i... ...uncils. Bale ne a'.—This is a town chief elected from the Bear clan as the civil and religious head. He must be of Chief class. A worthy clansman of h... ...em dies the Sun turns his face awayfrom the earth for a little while. That accounts for the eclipse. These Yuchimay be knownby the color of their skin...

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Civil Rights Journal : Year 2000

By: United States Commission on Civil Rights

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CIVIL RIGHTS JOURNAL Author: DAVID ARONSON Language: English Subject: Fict... ...lete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and resources that support and strengthen the instructional progr... ...... ... I lb, '"x g EKofM«yU*iSchool«fU* * Baltimore Maryland U.S. COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS I he i IS. < ommisslon on < i v i l Rights is an Independent, ... ...kistani child slaves. Sweet "beedi" cigarettes rolled by slave children in Indian are smoked by thousands of American teens every day. And according t... ... "welfare as .1 wa\ of lite" is perhaps the least sympathetic. And in news accounts, it is the most Mac k. African Americans do, of course, make up a ... ...ons ol antJpovertj programs, profiles oi lohnson's "poverty warriors," and accounts oi poverty in America illustrated with stones oi individual poor p... ...hools named for white men who took that remote corner of the West from the Indians. Past the one named for their Indian guide, and the one for a chief... ...rted commentsof one( longressional supporter, Representative Mark Souderoi Indiana, that hinders might be able to dis- tinguish between legitimate and...

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Indian massacre

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...In the history of the European colonization of North America, the term "Indian massacre" was often used to describe either mass killings of people ... ... of European descent by indigenous people of the North American continent (Indians) or mass killings of indigenous people by people of European descen... ...is is a listing of some of the events reported then or referred to now as "Indian massacre". Pre-Columbian era ... ...-Canadian militia, sacked the town of Deerfield, Massachusetts, killing 56 civilians and taking more than 100 as captives. ... ...he Creek won), a band of Red Sticks sacked Fort Mims, Alabama, killing 400 civilians and taking 250 scalps. This action brought the US into the intern... ...f Conquering Bear, warriors attacked and killed all the soldiers and their civilian interpreter. [112] ... ...Marianne (August 21, 2002). "Anniversary Volume Gives New Voice To Pioneer Accounts of Sioux Uprising". University of Cincinnati. Retrieved June 6, 20... ... ^ University of Cincinnati News: Tolzmann Edits Pioneer Accounts of Sioux ^ Michno 2003, pp. 105–106... ...nd Williams S. Parsons, eds., Centuries of Genocide: Essays and Eyewitness Accounts, Routledge, 2012, pp. 16-53, 611 pages, ISBN 978-0-415871-921...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 10

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... , '^tbrmrg M*r3 Herbert A Wibon JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Volume X 1923 CONTENTS AND INDEX 1848 BOSTON SOCIETY OF C... ...le, Boston, Massachusetts "^C^O.G Copyright, 1923, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Note.— This Society is not responsible for any statement... ... Pavements. /. C. Blake . . . .1., May, 207 JANUARY, 1923 BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FOUNDED 1848 PROCEEDINGS PAPERS IN THIS^NUMBER. '' Method... ...loyed by the city of Boston as rodman (with the exception of eighteen months service in U. S. Marine Corps); 1921 to date transitman in the paving dep... ... Man and Farming. L. H. Bailey. M.S., LL D. 12. The Young Man and Government Service. Hon. William Howard Taft, D.C.L., LL.D. The reviewer has not had... ...ich resulted in the 1919 strike), and which demands were reiterated by their Indian- apolis Convention in 1922. These demands, based on a continua- ti... ... By that time oil had been discovered in quite a number of pools in Ohio and Indiana, and perhaps in Illinois. More recently Cali- fornia has produced... ...er- gency Fleet Corporation; 1918-19, assistant to president, Stenotype Co., Indianapolis, Ind; 1919 to date with Stone & Webster, Inc. Refers to J. B... ...of floor space, and increase in cost of materials. Combining these increases accounts for a large proportion of the total increase, but not the whole ...

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Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers

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...ineers (IRSEE) is a cadre of the Government of India. The officers of this service are responsible for managing the Electrical Engineering Organisatio... ...re responsible for managing the Electrical Engineering Organisation of the Indian Railways. The Indian railways have technical and... ...se structure on which the railways function. Technical departments include civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, signaling and telecom, and se... ...h similar disciplines,control of operation and movement is done by traffic services(IRTS) while the non-technical departments include general services... ...IRTS) while the non-technical departments include general services such as accounts, personnel management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security,... ...dre are responsible to maintain the assets of the Electrical Department in Indian railways. Mainly divided in following branches General Service(G), T... ...IRSEE was created as an organised service after the nationalisation of the Indian Railways (1947–50). The Electrical Department was designated a minor... ...se structure on which the railways function. Technical departments include civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, signaling and telecom, and se... ...IRTS) while the non-technical departments include general services such as accounts, personnel management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security,...

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Annual Report

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INDIAN AFFAIRS... ...(5. Ontario Relief Account. 87. Ontario and (Quebec Blanket Account, 88. Oka Indians Removal Account. 8i). L. l'\ ]5on(iier, Ti-avelling- Expenses. !>... ... Ti-avelling- Expenses. !>0. P'.aplc Lake Reserve. ftl. El)l> and Fl(jw Lake Indians. !)2. Restig'ouelie Indians. 93. St. ]VIarv"s, N.Ij., Indians. 94... ...in comparatively recent vears been, and many remain yet to be, brought under civilizing influences. LANDS IN SEVERALTY. One of the most assuring indic... ...ection of good houses of improved design, and the adoption of other modes of civilized life indicate growth in a <lesire for the comforts of life, as ... ...dered at, those Indians having been for so compamtively short a period under civilizing influences ; in fact, the large majority of them are still hea... ...The work of the Accountant'sBranch is annually augmenting. There are now 253 Accounts kept and balanced daily, being 21 more than the number in 1888. ... ...ons for surveys and giving descriptions of lands, computing areas, kc. Under accounts is embraced the examination, checking, &c., of accounts for work... ...eports 280 Examinations (>93 Copies of Field Notes and Descriptions 42 XXXV Accounts (Survey). Instructions 20 Reports (> Examinations 9 Miscellaneou...

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Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers : Vol. 3/19/1900 20: 01

By: Boston Society of Civil Engineers

... Tufts College Library JOURNAL OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS VOLUME 3 1©1© CONTENTS AND INDEX Published monthly, excep... ...nt Temple, Boston, Massachusetts. Copyright, 1916, by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. /jy^^ N"i E.— Tliis Society is not responsible for any s... ...C. Ativood 1., June, 231 Vol. Ill JANUARY, 1916 No. 1 BOSTON Society of Civil Engineers FOUNDED 1848 PROCEEDINGS A REGULAR meeting of the Boston ... ...rit Leveling in Missouri, 1896 to 1914, in- clusive. R. B. Marshall. Uniform Accounts for Systems of Water Supply, 191 1. Water-Supply Papers 332-B, 3... ...50.00 I 950.00 1 950.00 Cooperative Banks 5 315-80 3 545-72 3212.65 4 190.96 Accounts Receivable (Rent) 145.83 145.83 145.83 Library 7 500.00 7 500.00... ...a- tions I 051.40 851.46 613.52 Current Funds i 310.15 535-71 451.31 1194.89 Accounts Payable 135.00 115.00 121.00 Surplus 8 675.65 8 825.15 9 450.49 ... ...Nickel-Copper-Chromium Alloys. Frederick M. Sebast. Wood-using Industries of Indiana. J. C. Nellis. Library Committee. 8* BOSTON SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENG... ...te commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes." The powers thus granted in respect to commerce with forei... ...powers thus granted in respect to commerce with foreign nations and with the Indian tribes were availed of at once. The advent of steam- boats was at ...

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African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–68)

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... Four leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. From left: Bayard Rustin, Andrew Young, (N.Y. Cong. ... ... nonviolence, direct action, voter registration, boycott, civil resistance, civil disobedience, community education ... ... Result 1964 Civil Rights Act 1965 Voting Rights Act 1968 Fair Hou... ... Black Indians Gullah... ...that restored and protected voting rights; the Immigration and Nationality Services Act of 1965, that dramatically opened entry to the U.S. to immigra... ... Black Indians ... ... Indian American ... ... Civil service ... ... Holsaert, Faith (and 5 others) Hands on the Freedom Plow Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC. University of Illinois Press, 2010. ISBN 978-0-2...

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