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  Cabot, George on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
He went to sea and became captain of one of the ships owned by his brothers John and Andrew Cabot of Beverly, who in 1777 took him into their firm.
Cabot also helped develop the family's cotton mills in Beverly.
In the Federalist discontent at the beginning of the 19th cent., Cabot was a leader of the Essex Junto and presided over the Hartford Convention.
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Henry Cabot Lodge is best known to history as the Senate majority leader and chairman of the Senate Foreign relations Committee who led the effort to prevent ratification of the Leage of Nations Treaty, thereby effectively keeping the United States out of the League.
George Cabot, Henry Cabot Lodge's great-grandfather, was the president of the Hartford Convention.
It was in opposition to this long, isolationist, anglophile Cabot and Lodge family tradition that the activist, internationalist, Irish Catholic John Kennedy came to the United States Senate, the body charged with overseeing the president's conduct of foreign policy.
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 JOHN CABOT - LoveToKnow Article on JOHN CABOT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
During one of his trading voyages to the eastern Mediterranean, Cabot paid a visit to Mecca, then the greatest mart in the world for the exchange of the goods of the East for those of the West.
On inquiring whence came the spices, perfumes, silks and precious stones bartered there in great quantities, Cabot learned that they were brought by caravan from the north-eastern parts of farther Asia.
Being versed in a knowledge of the sphere, it occurred to him that it would be shorter and quicker to bring these goods to Europe straight across the western ocean.
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In 1814-1815 Cabot was the president of the Hartford Convention, and as such was then and afterwards acrimoniously attacked by the Republicans throughout the country.
A fervent advocate of a strong centralized government, he did much to secure the ratification by Massachusetts of the Federal Constitution, and after the overturn of the Federalist by the Republican party, he wrote (1804): We are democratic altogether, and I hold democracy in its natural operation to be a government of the worst.
See Henry Cabot Lodges Life and Letters of George Cabot (Boston, 1877).
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 George Cabot --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
Cabot was a member of the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention (1779–80), of the state Senate (1783), and of the Massachusetts convention that ratified the Federal…
The Cabot Dilemma: John Cabot's 1497 Voyage and the Limits of Historiography
In a dramatization, George Washington recalls crossing the Delaware, spending the winter at Valley Forge and defeating the British at the Battle of Yorktown.
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 Morgan Miller Blair - Attorney George Cabot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
George Cabot is a Certified Tax Specialist* with more than 20 years of experience helping a broad spectrum of business, real estate, healthcare and technology clients with general business and tax planning.
George is Chairman of the firm's Corporate Department and concentrates his practice in the areas of general business and entity taxation.
George actively participated for many years in the State Bar committee which drafted California’s limited liability company act, the revised uniform partnership act and numerous amending statutes, ultimately chairing that committee in 1998-1999.
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 MHS | Henry Cabot Lodge Papers, 1775-1966 : Guide to the Collection
Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924) was a historian and U.S. senator, the son of John Ellerton Lodge (b.
The volumes of Anna Sophia Cabot and Anna Cabot Lodge are primarily European travel journals; those of George Cabot are letterbooks, 1783-1818.
George Cabot letterbook of original letters and handwritten copies of his correspondence concerning national affairs, 1783-1800.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - George Cabot
Cabot, George (1752-1823), American businessman and statesman, born in Salem, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard College (now Harvard...
Cabot, John (1450?-1499), Italian navigator and explorer, who attempted to find a direct route to Asia.
Cabot, Sebastian (1476?-1557), Italian navigator and cartographer, best known for his expeditions for Spain and England to South and North America...
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BRUCE ROLAND B,, (Lower Cabot) r 55, 6 cows, 2 yoke oxen, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 100, on r 23 farm 75, and in Woodbury 82.
CARPENTER GEORGE N., (Lower Cabot) r 57, 15 cows, 1 yoke oxen, 1,000 sugar trees, farmer 205, served 3 years as sergeant of Co. I, 9th Vt. Vols., was 1st lieut.
PATTERSON JAMES, (E. Cabot) r 47, 8 cows, farmer 130, at Lower Cabot 4., in Ryegate, Caledonia Co., 116, and in Walden, Caledonia Co., 160.
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 How Britain's treason machine made war against Mexico
George Bancroft was born into a nest of treason, and was bred an agent of the bitterest enemies of American nationhood and independence.
George Bancroft's scheme having nominated James Polk, Polk was elected President, took office in March 1845, and appointed George Bancroft as Secretary of the Navy.
George Bancroft constantly orated upon the merits of Andrew Jackson and Polk because they favored ``the little man,'' ``the people,'' against the ``aristocracy''--by which he meant in particular Alexander Hamilton, Nicholas Biddle, and the Philadelphia industrialists.
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 MHS | Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. Photographs, ca. 1860-1985 : Guide to the Photograph Collection
Henry Cabot Lodge (1902-1985) was a U.S. senator and diplomat, the son of poet George Cabot Lodge (1873-1909) and Mathilda Elizabeth Frelinghuysen Davis (d.
Lodge, George Cabot (1873-1909) with members of the DuBarry family and others on the steps of 1826 H Street NW, Washington, D.C., 10 Nov. 1889.
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) and the Associated Boards of Trade of Essex County, 13 Sept. 1916.
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 George Cabot
Cabot, George, 1752–1823, American merchant and politician, b.
In the Federalist discontent at the beginning of the 19th cent., Cabot was a leader of the
George CABOT - CABOT, George (1752—1823) Senate Years of Service: 1791-1795; 1795-1796 Party:...
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Godfrey Cabot's wife was Maria Moors (daughter of John F. Moors), and one of their sons, Thomas Dudley Cabot, born in 1897, received his bachelor's degree in engineering from Harvard in 1919.
John Moors Cabot, born in 1901, a 1923 Harvard graduate, was a vice consul in Peru 1927-28, in the Dominican Republic from 1929-31, Mexico 1931-32, Brazil 1932-35, then to the Netherlands until 1938 and Sweden in 1939.
Michael Paine was descended from the Cabots on both his father's and his mother's side; he was thus a second cousin once removed of Thomas Dudley Cabot and a cousin of Alexander Cochrane Forbes, a director of United Fruit and trustee of Cabot, Cabot and Forbes.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: C to Cadwalader
Grandson of Benjamin William Ssheridan Cabell; son of William Lewis Cabell; nephew of George Craighead Cabell.
Son of Benjamin William Ssheridan Cabell; brother of George Craighead Cabell; father of Benjamin Earl Cabell.
Cabot, Henry — of Brooklyn, Kings County, N.Y. Communist.
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 George Cabot
Media Alert: Governor George Pataki Joins Anne Perkins Cabot, Commissioner of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission For The Centennial Celebration of the Palisades Parks And The Inauguration of the Bear Mountain Park Merry-Go-Round.
Governor George Pataki Joins Anne Perkins Cabot, Commissioner of the Palisades Interstate Park for the Centennial Celebration of the Palisades Parks and the Dedication of the Bear Mountain Park Merry-Go-Round.
Cabot Industrial Trust Increases Dividend: Declares First Quarter Dividend Of $0.34 Per Share; Announces Appointment of New Trustee; Announces Annual Meeting Date.
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 Canadian Canoe Routes - A Meeting Place for Canadian Wilderness Paddlers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
Cabot Lake is the traditional starting point for a trip down the George River.
The George moved back to the left and entered a two mile long class II that spilled from between the mountains into a lake expansion.
The George is now in its estuary and the terrain is as barren as it has been at any point on the trip.
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 George Washington   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
The Papers of George Washington from University of Virginia
George Washington's Papers at the Library of Congress
The more I study George Washington, the more am I convinced that the great reputation he enjoyed with his contemporaries and with men of the next generation was entirely justified.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Lockyer to Lofvegren   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
George Cabot; grandson of Henry Cabot Lodge; nephew of
Augustus Peabody Gardner; son of George Cabot Lodge and Mathilda Elizabeth Frelinghuysen (Davis) Lodge; married,
Augustus Peabody Gardner; son of George Cabot Lodge and Mathilda Elizabeth Frelinghuysen (Davis) Lodge; brother of Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
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 George Cabot
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CABOT, George, statesman, born in Salem, Massachusetts, 3 December, 1751; died in Boston, 18 April, 1823.
He received a classical education and entered Harvard, but at the end of the sophomore year left his class and went to sea as a cabin-boy.
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 USS Cabot, George Noel deLange
The FIRST Cabot was originally a 14-gun brig, purchased in Philadelphia during November 1775 and used in the Revolutionary War.
So it was that the Wilmington (CL-79) was renamed Cabot on 23 June 1942, converted while building, and launched on 4 April 1943, reclassified CVL-28 on 15 July 1943 as an Independence Class Aircraft Carrier and commissioned finally on 24 July 1943, Captain M. Shoeffel in command.
My dad, George Noel deLange was assigned to the Cabot on its first voyage into battle as her Aviation Chief Ordnanceman.
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 DVD Times - The Time Machine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
George soon manages to show up, but his clothes are torn, and his body bruised.
George reminds his friends of the meeting they had five days earlier, in which George demonstrated to them a prototype contraption he had built, which could travel in time.
George continues his story to his friends, and it's unsure if his mission has been successful.
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 Dan Miller: "Harvard, We Have a Problem"
George Santayana was not at the forefront of this opposition.
Yet the figure of George Santayana has come to define the criticisms of the emerging American university at the time and place where the university was changing the most.
Here was George Santayana, the mysterious caped foreigner with burning dark eyes and a heavy brow (Lippmann described him as "resembling Leonardo's Mona Lisa with a little pointed beard"), the aloof cultural observer who, through his very detachment, could make an objective and accurate judgement of Boston society and the philosophy it encapsulated.
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n officer in the Virginia forces--- Major George Washington--- was recommended to Dinwiddie as an up-and-coming light, someone who might accomplish the mission.
The following day--- January 18--- his Journal was presented to the Virginia Assembly which immediately raised a regiment of 300 men to defend their frontiers and maintain England's rights over the disputed territory.
Donald Jackson and Dorothy Twohig, The Diaries of George Washington.
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Originally published in 1889, "George Washington" is the first volume to be reissued in a classic series of biographies of the Founding Fathers.
According to the majority of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century historians, the most remarkable event during America’s founding era did not take place on battlefields, during the course of the great constitutional debates, or in the midst of diplomatic negotiations with European powers.
It occurred instead when the field commander of the Continental army—Gen. George Washington—surrendered his commission to congressional authorities at Annapolis in a humble demonstration of what it means to be a leader who serves the nation instead of himself.
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 Henry Cabot Lodge
Henry Cabot Lodge, a driving force in American foreign policy in the early 20th century, was born into one of Massachusetts’ most prominent families.
The great grandson of the famed merchant and politician, George Cabot, young Lodge was educated at Dixwell’s Latin School and graduated from Harvard in 1871.
NOTE: A grandson of the same name represented Massachusetts in the Senate (1936-53), served as United Nations ambassador (1953-61) and was the running mate of Richard Nixon in their unsuccessful campaign in 1960.
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 USS Cabot, George Noel deLange
Ernie Pyle was a great uplifting influence to the men of the USS Cabot.
On November 25th Ernie was on board after the Japanese used their last chance effort weapon, the Kamikaze, against the Cabot.
Ernie was so impressed by her men and her ability to stay in the battle; that he gave her the nickname that was to stay with her throughout her career "The Iron Woman." Ernie was killed by sniper fire after machine gunners attacked him on Ie Shima, April 18, 1945.
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 AllRefer.com - Henry Cabot Lodge (U.S. History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Henry Cabot Lodge 1850–1924, U.S. Senator (1893–1924), b.
He also wrote some historical works, as well as biographies of his great-grandfather George Cabot (1877), of Alexander Hamilton (1882), of Daniel Webster (1883), and of George Washington (1889); he edited an edition of the works of Hamilton (9 vol., 1885).
As a Senator he was a close friend of Theodore Roosevelt, welcomed war with Spain in 1898, and favored the acquisition of the Philippines and the development of a strong army and navy.
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 "C" Famous People
Cabot, John (1425-c.1500) Navigator, born possibly in Genoa, NW Italy...
Cabot, Sebastian (1474-1557) Explorer and navigator, the son of John Cabot, born in Venice...
Collingwood, R(obin) G(eorge) (1889-1943) Philosopher, historian, and archaeologist, born in Coniston, Cumbria...
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 Great American Speeches - The Federal Observer - Federal Observer
Only two years later he produced in 1885 a monumental nine-volume series of newly edited papers of Hamilton, and has completed a biography of George Washington which is ready for publication next year.
As durable as he was brilliant, Henry Cabot Lodge was a political figure of unbroken and never-diminished energy up to the time of his death in 1924.
Senator Lodge ended his literary endeavors with the biography of George Washington, except for a volume of reminiscences of his youth published in 1913.
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 Amazon.com: Sundown (1941): DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-06-20)
Bruce Cabot is Crawford, a British - Canadian, actually - commissioner in the small Kenyan village of Monicka, in what was then British East Africa.
The acting is fair, with Gene Tierney acceptable and gorgeous, Cabot stolid and brave, and Sanders condescending but trying to do the right thing.
Bruce Cabot is the commander at a British outpost and he must contend with German gunrunners and rebellious tribes.
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