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  George W Johnson Realtors Business Contacts in Jigsaw's Business Directory
George W Johnson Realtors Company Information and Contacts
Jigsaw's business directory provides business contact and company information for George W Johnson Realtors and other public and private companies.
Get business contact information at George W Johnson Realtors or other Real Estate and Construction companies, at C-level, VP, Director and Manager level in any department at any company.
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  George W. Johnson
Johnson has been ignored by history when in fact he should be held up as an example for all.
George W. Johnson was the only Civil War governor to die of wounds he received in battle.
George W. Johnson's family was among the early settlers of Kentucky and was very influential in this state.
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  Famous and Notable Johnsons - Johnstons
George W. Johnson was born 27 May 1811 in Scott Co., Ky., a son of William Johnson Sr.
John Albert Johnson was born 28 Jul 1861 in Nicollet County, Mn., a son of Gustav Johnsen, an immigrant, and Caroline Christine Hadden.
Roy W. Johnson was elected as a Republican Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska and served from 1943 - 1947.
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  George W. Johnson   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Johnson was born in slavery on a plantation in Virginia.
Johnson was invited to record record his loud raggy whistling on wax phonograph cylinders for a fee of twenty cents per 2 minute performance.
George W. Johnson died apparently of natural causes, while in the employ of Len Spencer as doorman for the Lyceum Theater in Manhattan.
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 Strange Beauty: Murray Gell-Mann and the Revolution in 20th-Century Physics
Johnson gives us an extraordinary view of an extraordinary man, foibles and all, and navigates through science that ordinarily would seem difficult, but with such skill that it is not difficult at all.
Johnson excels in portraying theorists working through the seemingly intractable problems of [physics] and the excitement with which ideas were confirmed by experimenters jockeying particles through accelerators at energies of up to 20 billion electron-volts.
George Johnson also describes, convincingly, the life of a tormented genius and polymath, and his struggles with doubts, colleagues and perceived enemies.
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 George Washington Carver - The Black Inventor Online Museum
George Washington Carver was born in 1860 in Diamond Grove, Missouri and despite early difficulties would rise to become one of the most celebrated and respected scientists in United States history.
George was born the sickly child of two slaves and would remain frail for most of his childhood.
Happily, George traveled to the school to accept the scholarship but upon meeting George, the University president asked "why didn't you tell me you were a Negro?" and promptly withdrew the scholarship and the acceptance.
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 frontline: the choice 2000: george w. bush: clay johnson   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Johnson attended Andover and Yale with George W. Bush and was one of his DKE fraternity brothers.
George's interest in people is exceptional, and it's not a people skill, it's not a developed ability to remember names.
George already seemed to be in the middle of it, surrounded by people.
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 Stone County MS Genealogy:Johnson-Broadus Cemetery
William W. Johnson, a son of George W. Johnson and Harriet Sims Johnson, married Jane Lee, daughter of Thomas Uriah Lee and Elizabeth Williams.
William W. Johnson is known as Wilburn Johnson.
George Littleton (Rev. Dossett) Lee is a brother of Jane Lee, Dossett married Jerusha E. Broadus, daughter of John Ira Broadus and Narcisus Elizabeth Sims.
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 Tim Gracyk's Phonographs and Old Records -- Gerge W. Johnson
Johnson then concluded the performance with a verse and pair of choruses from his famous "Laughing Song." Recording manager Victor H. Emerson reported in the October 1907 issue of The Columbia Salesman that when he was allowed to make a new laughing song by Johnson, "our stock increased 100%."
Johnson was always sober, industrious and gentlemanly, and nobody believed Johnson would do it on account of the risk involved." A day into the trial, the district attorney recommended Johnson's acquittal.
George was something to behold in his full dress admiral (or was it general?) uniform.
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 George Washington & Lucy Johnson McDowell
George and Lucy are buried in the Macedonia Cemetery in Ripley County, MO.
We are curious as to where George W McKinney was and why Minerva and Mary were going by "McKinney" when the date of Minerva and George's marriage appears on various records as 1882.
George W McDowell was living with his son, Jefferson, in Ripley County, MO during the 1900 census.
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 George Bertrand Johnson Genealogy
George Bertrand Johnson, the second child of Mary Jane Branson and Alonzo Diah Johnson, was born 19 October 1885.
George and Bessie regularly welcomed Bretelle and Gifford and their kids -- now that the latter family had come back to the East Bay for good -- and first cousin Nancy McDonald Price and her husband Roy, who had settled in Oakland even earlier than George had.
George was one of the last of the grandchildren of John and Martha Branson to pass away.
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 Family Roots #2
Johnson was power house supervisor for the Richard B. Russell Dams and was a member of First Baptist Church of Elberton, Ga. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Johnson's secretary, Kathy Burts, 31, was abducted at gunpoint from the power plant and driven to a wooded area near a cemetery, where she was released, Skelton said.
Johnson was sitting behind his desk and was turned toward a computer terminal when someone en- tered his office from the work area where Gillford had gone, grasped his hair and shot him once in the head, Skelton said.
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 James Johnson (1756-1826)
Johnson was blessed with a family of thirteen children; the greater number of them lived to settle in life before their father's death, which occurred about 1833, being buried with honors of war, he having for three years been a soldier in the Revolutionary war.
P.781 NELSON JOHNSON, a representative of one of the first Indiana families, farmer, and one of the leading stockmen of this county, vice-president of the Daviess County Agricultural Society, was born in Veal Township, this county, January 3, 1835, son of Elijah and Mildred (HORRELL) Johnson, and of Scotch descent.
ROBERT A. JOHNSON, one of the prominent farmers of Harrison Township, was born November 23, 1843, in Daviess County, and is one of a family of nine children of Abner and Eleanor (Wallace) Johnson.
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 City Gallery - G. W. Johnson Council Bluffs, Iowa, Photographer
Johnson was married but no marriage date has come to light.
In l880 G. W., who would be nearly 60 years old, we find him listed in the City Directory but not as a photographer and in the Iowa census of the year it appears he is divorced.
Johnson was a fine photographer and his descendants have many of his family portraits.
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 The Rag Time Ephemeralist
Johnson was always sober, industrious, and gentlemanly, and nobody believed that Johnson would do it on account of the risk involved.
Johnson was acquitted by the judge upon the recommendation of the district attorney."
Hear a 1900 Victor recording of George Johnson (no. 283) sing "The Laughing Song." The Real Player 8 Basic plug-in is necessary to accomplish this; please, as a responsible consumer, select the free version.
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 Seattle real estate agents, Seattle homes for sale, property listings
Located in Ballard, Seattle, George W. Johnson Realtors is well known throughout the community for its traditional customer service - just like it used to be way back when.
George W. Johnson (right) is the founder of this old-established company in Ballard, Seattle.
George is still very active in the company today, and still offers the very best in customer service.
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 George W. Bush and Treason
Not only has George created a new Vietnam for America’s youth and their families to suffer in, he has committed treason against the US by helping America’s enemy, al Qaeda, grow and prosper.
George W. Bush needs to be brought up on charges of the high crime of treason.
Robert Johnson is a paralegal and a freelance writer in Florida.
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 Descendants of William W.S. Johnson: Second Generation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Johnson (William W.S.) was born in VA circa 1818.
George W. Johnson was born in Greenbrier Co, VA circa 1849.
Samuel Henry Johnson was born in Greenbrier Co, WV circa 1866.
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 African American Registry: George W. Johnson, a first for Black singers in America!
Johnson moved to New York in the 1870's and became a street performer.
It has been noted that listening to Johnson laugh was scary to hear considering his plight as a Black man in early America.
George W. Johnson died apparently of natural causes, while in the employ of Len Spencer as doorman for the Lyceum Theater in Manhattan in 1914.
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 Johnson Photos
GEORGE A. George was 21 when he passed away.
GEORGE A. The fence that was placed around the gravesite of George A. according to Diana, there seems to be another grave inside the fence, but we're not sure who it is.
GEORGE A. Another view of the fenced area where George is buried.
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 Johnson
As Graduate Director, George had such a significant impact on the department’s graduate students, that in 2004 they made a $20,000 contribution to establish the George W. Johnson Graduate Fellowship in Computational Mathematics.
George also served as Director of the Mathematics and Statistics Computation Center from 1983-1990, as well as director of the department’s parallel computing initiative from 1988-1992, and as Assistant Chair from 1995-2002.
Although formally retired, George Johnson continues to bring in grant funding and to lead efforts related to mathematics education.
www.cas.sc.edu /dean/retired/johnson.html   (251 words)

  
 100 Canadian Poets - Pauline Johnson - Profile
Emily Pauline Johnson was born March 10, 1861 at Six Nations Indian Reserve, Canada.
She later adopted the native name Tekahionwake, "double wampum." Johnson was popular in her day as an entertainer, reading poems about her native heritage in tours that crossed Canada, the United States, and England.
Johnson's work faded into obscurity following her death.
www.ucalgary.ca /UofC/faculties/HUM/ENGL/canada/poet/p_johnson.htm   (240 words)

  
 George Mason University Student Centers - Student Employment Information
Complete job descriptions and qualification requirements may be obtained from the Student Centers in the Johnson Center, Room 324.
Applications are received throughout the year and kept on file, however, new applications must be filed in April and November.
Questions should be directed to the Associate Director of Training and Programs at (703) 993-2921, located in Johnson Center, Room 324.
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 Company C   (Site not responding. Last check: )
George was born 1814 in KY. George Cole married Sarah Amanda Nash at Stone Mountain, GA. George Cole died 1866 at Augusta, GA. At the time of application, she had no family.
Thompson George W., Pvt., Enlisted 11/26/62, Stone Mountain, With detachment at Read Bluff, SC 2/64, In hospital at Petersburg 1/5/65 with pneumonia, returned to duty and died 1/30/65.
George died 12/4/05 in Green Co. She stated that he was present at the surrender, and never captured.
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 Margaret Hanshew
Johnson, Joseph, head-of-household, age 50, born Apr 1850 in Kentucky; father born in Virginia; mother born in Kentucky; married 30 years; occupation: farmer; owned farm (free); cannot read or write.
Johnson, George W., son, age 16, born May 1884 in Kentucky; parents born in Kentucky; attended school 1 month.
Johnson, Joseph, head-of-household, age 60, born in Kentucky; father born in Virginia; mother born in Kentucky; first marriage, married 40 years; occupation: farmer, general farm; owned farm (free); cannot read or write.
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 Senator John Chichester to Speak at Charter Day | University Relations
Ronald Carrier and George Johnson fulfilled the promise of innovative and principled leadership by giving shape to James Madison and George Mason universities—today among the Commonwealth’s most distinguished.
George W. Johnson served as the president of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia from 1978 to 1996.
Johnson concurrently advanced the university and the economic development of Northern Virginia by pairing the region’s strengths and needs with those of his institution.
www.wm.edu /news/?id=3010   (859 words)

  
 Wolf Run Studio - George Mason University Notecards & Prints
George Mason University is the only university in the country that has made a priority of bringing the performing arts into the lives of all its students — 500 Concert Hall tickets are available free to students for each performance.
The Johnson Center was named in honor of Dr. George W. Johnson, George Mason University’s president of 18 years.
As the central focus for university-wide learning, the Johnson Center was designed to help integrate students’ curricular and extracurricular activities and strengthen relationships between the university’s communities.
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 John Johnson - Cover Letter   (Site not responding. Last check: )
John W. Johnson, or "Indian John" as he was commonly called, was a descendent of James Johnson of Eliot, Maine.
His parents were James W. (Dennis, William, James) and Jane (Mason) Johnson, both originally from Limington, Maine but residents of Saco at the time of his kidnapping by the Indians.
Ladd's great-uncle, being the half brother of his grandfather, John Wesley Johnson who at the time of his birth about eleven years after the kidnapping was given the same name as that of the child that had disappeared on that tragic day in May 1833 and was presumed to have died.
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 NPR Music: Recording Pioneer George W. Johnson
News & Notes, February 21, 2006 - George W. Johnson may not be a household name, but he has a singular place in music history -- the former slave and New York City street performer is, according to most accounts, the very first African-American recording artist.
Johnson's story is featured in Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry, 1890-1919, a new book and companion CD compiled by archivist Tim Brooks.
"No, I think George Johnson had to march to the beat of the drum -- that was very much in the hands of white America at that time," Brooks says.
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 Family of George W. Johnson, wife Mary of PA .
Family of George W. Johnson, wife Mary of PA.
George W. Johnson and wife Mary were both born in PA. in 1819 and 1820 and later moved to Elvaston, Illinois.
In the 1880 census it list him as a grain merchant.
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 George W. Johnson - a Dover, New Jersey (NJ) Divorce Lawyer
Johnson has a broad range of practical experience that has proved to be valuable in completing transactions, resolving issues and providing practical guidance to individuals and business entities.
Johnson subscribes to the belief that a lawyer is a public citizen and that the law is a profession.
He was President of the Morris County Bar Association, President of the Greater Dover West Morris Chamber of Commerce, President of the Dover Kiwanis Club and served for many years on the Board of Trustees of Dover General Hospital and Saint Clare's Hospital.
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