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  Hanover Historical Texts Project
In 1995, the History Department and Hanover students initiated the Hanover Historical Texts Project.
Hanover College Triangle, reports on antiwar protest, 1970.
Documents on the history of Hanover College are available here.
history.hanover.edu /project.html   (866 words)

  Hanover - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hanover (German: Hannover [haˈnoːfɐ]), on the river Leine, is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Germany.
At the Congress of Vienna in 1814 George III elevated the electorate to the Kingdom of Hanover.
After the war, Hanover was in the British zone of occupation of Germany, and later became famous for hosting commercial expositions such as the CeBIT and the Hanover Fair.
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 Hanover, New Hampshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hanover is a town located on the Connecticut River in Grafton County, New Hampshire, U.S. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 10,850.
Hanover borders the towns of Lyme, Canaan, Enfield, and Norwich, Vermont, as well as the city of Lebanon.
Norwich and Hanover are two of the small number of towns that travellers must pass through while hiking the Appalachian trail.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Hanover   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1692 this country was raised to the dignity of the ninth electorate, as Hanover (or Bruswick-Lüneburg).
A new constitution was conferred upon the kingdom in 1819; this was amended in 1833, in 1840, again in 1848, and, by the annexation to Prussia in 1866, was annulled.
By the circumscription Bull of Pope Leo XII, "Impensa Romanorum", 26 August 1824, the Kingdom of Hanover was divided between the Bishoprics of Hildesheim and Osnabrück, the revenues of the church regulated, the rules laid down for the election of bishops, and the limits of parishes and succursals fixed.
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Hanover was a great racehorse who won at distances up to two miles, running his fourth season on a nerved foot, and a terrific sire who led the U.S. sire lists in four successive years, getting offspring who were top sprinters, great stayers, and classic distance winners.
At maturity, Hanover was taller than his barely 16-hand sire, with a lovely head and eye, a deep girth and good quarters; he was a bright red chestnut with a "slashing" blaze, tall front stockings and a shorter stocking on the off hind leg.
Hanover's dam was the unraced Bourbon Belle, a daughter of imported Bonnie Scotland.
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 Hanover College - Hanover, Indiana   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hanover was 22-of-40 from the field (55%) in the period.
Hanover, with five different players scoring, outscored the Beavers 16-6 during a four-minute span to grab a 54-44 lead with 12:33 left in the contest.
Hanover led by as many as 11 points in the first half (32-21) and stretched the margin to 15 points on three different occasions in the second period.
www.hanover.edu /sports/hcmbb.htm   (0 words)

 Hanover, Germany
However, there are quite a few corners worth a second look: the old buildings from the time when Hanover was reigned by a king, the idyllic green areas where you can relax and enjoy nature and the culturally diverse districts which are interesting to explore.
The name 'Hanovere' was given to a group of farms on the banks of the Leine and was later passed on to the market-settlement founded by Count Hildebold between 1124 and 1141.
A lot of important buildings in Hanover are based on his plans, like the Leineschloß, the Castle of Herrenhausen (destroyed in the war), the Opera House, Waterloo Square and the Central Station.
worldfacts.us /Germany-Hanover.htm   (0 words)

 About the Town of Hanover
In 1761, the town of Hanover was granted a charter by the Royal Governor of New Hampshire in response to a petition from about 65 colonists in Connecticut.
Hanover has enjoyed a long and fruitful association with her sister town across the Connecticut River: Norwich, Vermont.
From 1778-84, Hanover and a number of towns in Grafton County seceeded from New Hampshire.
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 Germany 2006 - Cities and stadiums - Hanover
When you think of Hanover, often you immediately think of the trade fairs, which fill the capital of Lower Saxony with millions of visitors several times a year: this was particularly true in the year 2000, when the world exhibition EXPO gave the city an unforgettable summer.
Anyone visiting Hanover for reasons other than business and trade fairs should let him/herself be enchanted by the charm of the narrow streets in a wander around the Old Town.
Hanover is also a university town: With 23,000 students, the university is the biggest in Lower Saxony.
wm2006.deutschland.de /EN/Content/Host-Country-Germany/Cities-and-stadiums/hanover.html   (0 words)

 National Museum of Racing - Hall of Fame
Hanover was bred at Runnymede Farm and then sold to Phil and Mike Dwyer for $1,350.
Hanover won 5 out of 6 stakes in July but was worn out from the effort.
Hanover was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1955.
www.racingmuseum.org /hall/horse.asp?ID=87   (0 words)

 Hanover News
One Hanover Hospital patient received bone that was part of a recall from a New Jersey human tissue-recovery firm that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has since shut down.
Hanover Borough Councilman Michael Calderone was as fired up about the Hanover Public Library's name change as many of the 50 people who attended Wednesday's council meeting.
Hanover Police Chief Randy Whitson hopes a new partnership with seven other York County police departments will attract a larger number of applicants for potential borough police officers.
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 Hanover, New Hampshire
Over fifty years, Hanover's population increased by a total of 4,591 residents, going from 6,259 in 1950 to 10,850 residents in 2000.
The 2004 Census estimate for Hanover was 11,124 residents, which ranked 27th among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns.
Hanover contains 49.1 square miles of land area and 1.0 square miles of inland water area.
www.nhes.state.nh.us /elmi/htmlprofiles/hanover.html   (0 words)

 CANOE -- JAM! Music - Pop Encyclopedia - Hanover
As Hanover Fist they attracted the attention of MCA's John Alexander who signed them to a deal in 1984.
During the recording of their debut, however, there were many personal and musical conflicts which led the band name to change, musical style to be watered down from metal to hard rock, and a change in personnel.
So, by the time Hanover's 'Hungry Eyes' album was released in 1985, the act would only consist of Zirone and a group of studio musicians.
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 Hanover Hospital
Hanover Hospital recently received Chest Pain Center accreditation status from the Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC).
Hanover Hospital is the 8th accredited Chest Pain Center in the state of Pennsylvania.
Officials at Hanover Hospital are pleased to announce that Chintu Sharma, M.D. has recently joined the medical staff as the newest Hospitalist.
www.hanoverhospital.org   (61 words)

 Hanover at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hanover (in German: Hannover), on the Leine river, is the capital city of the state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) in Germany.
His descendants would later become kings of England; the first of them was George I, who ascended to the British throne in 1714.
Three kings of England were at the same time princes (Electors) of Hanover.
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 Hanover, Michigan 49241 - InfoMI.com
Hanover is located in southwestern Jackson County in the township by the same name.
This town was first settled by Henry Wickman in 1836 who mover here from Hanover, Germany.
Today Hanover retains its small-town atmosphere, its economy supported by small businesses along the main street area, and its location as a commuter town to Jackson, approximately 12 miles northeast.
www.infomi.com /city/hanover   (0 words)

 News - The Advocate - www.newarkadvocate.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hanover is a tight-knit community of over 1,000 residents nestled in the hills of eastern Licking County.
Hanover is home to the Mid-State League, Ohio Division Licking Valley Panthers.
Panther fans are known for devoted dedication to their high school athletics, and often form caravans to away contests.
www.newarkadvocate.com /communities/towns/hanover.html   (0 words)

 Hanover College : Hanover College Homepage
Founded in 2004, CBP takes an integrated approach to business education, combining the liberal arts with career exploration and focusing on the skills essential to success in any career.
Hanover College President Russell Nichols announced today an aggressive financial assistance program that will meet 100% of demonstrated need for all Indiana Academic Honors Diploma recipients who meet certain academic criteria.
The contest is open to all students, ages 13-18, in the southern Indiana counties of Clark, Jefferson, Jennings, Ripley, Scott, Switzerland and Washington, and the Kentucky counties of Trimble and Carroll.
www.hanover.edu   (269 words)

 Hanover, IL, Non-Profit Organizations
The Hanover Chamber of Commerce is organized to advance the commercial, agricultural, civic, tourist and general interests of the citizens of the Village of Hanover and its trade area.
We are proud sponsors of local evens, such as Hanover Days and Mallardfest, and we regularly sponsor projects to improve the image of Hanover.
The Hanover Women's Club was founded in 1954 for the purpose of civic improvement and social and intellectual culture.
www.hanover-il.com /orgs/organizations.cgi?category=Organizations   (0 words)

 Welcome to the Town of Hanover NH
Welcome to the Town of Hanover NH Home
Use the 'Town Services' box on the left to reach Town Departments and the 'How Do I?' box for quick links.
Town of Hanover / PO Box 483, Hanover, NH 03755 / 603-643-0742 / www.hanovernh.org / townmgr@hanovernh.org
www.hanovernh.org   (63 words)

 Job Postings, Hanover Park, Illinois (IL)
Employment Applications are available at the Village of Hanover Park, Human Resource Department, 2121 W. Lake St., Hanover Park, or you can complete and print an Application and other Human Resources forms by clicking on the appropriate employment packet links below.
The Village of Hanover Park has immediate seasonal openings for full-time laborers to work 40 hours per week, 6:00 am - 2:30 pm, Monday-Friday, in the Public Works Department from May through August performing various manual tasks in the maintenance of Village property and/or the repair of roads and drainage structures, and other related work.
Application packets and information may be obtained by clicking here or Village of Hanover Park, Human Resources Department, 2121 W. Lake Street, Hanover Park, IL 60133, (630) 372-4250.
www.hanoverparkillinois.org /Services/HumanResources/JobPostings.htm   (0 words)

 Hanover and Fiero - New Mexico Ghost Town
Hanover mine structure is large and well preserved.
The remaining mine structure was built during the first world war.
Peak production was between the time of World War I and the 1930's.
www.ghosttowns.com /states/nm/hanover.html   (0 words)

 Universal Compression, Hanover Compressor to merge - Houston Business Journal:   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As part of the agreement, Hanover (NYSE: HC) stockholders will receive.325 shares of the new company for each share of Hanover they own, and Universal (NYSE: UCO) stockholders will receive one share of the new company for each share of Universal they own.
Gordon Hall, Hanover's chairman, will serve that same role for the new company, whose board will consist of 10 directors, five each designated by Universal and Hanover.
Hanover's financial adviser for the merger is Swiss-based Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC, and its principal legal adviser is Houston-based Vinson and Elkins LLP.
houston.bizjournals.com /houston/stories/2007/02/05/daily1.html   (794 words)

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