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  James Clark Ross - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir James Clark Ross (April 15, 1800 – April 3, 1862), was a British naval officer and explorer.
In 1834 Ross was promoted to captain, and from 1835 to 1838 he was employed on the magnetic survey of Great Britain.
Ross crater on the Moon is jointly named for him and Frank Elmore Ross.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/James_Clark_Ross   (334 words)

 Uncrowned Queens: James A. Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Ross was indeed well known for his political connections and was, reputedly, one of the first African Americans in the state who was active in the Democratic Party.
Ross was born in Columbus, Kentucky and raised in Cairo, Illinois.
[11] Ross, James A. "Buffalo and the Pan-American Exposition".
wings.buffalo.edu /uncrownedqueens/history/black_faces/james_ross.htm   (1318 words)

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
Ross served continuously for six years with his uncle, and moved with him when the latter took command of Actaeon for service in the Baltic, the White Sea, and the English Channel, and then of Driver for service on the west coast of Scotland.
The Rosses, who had spent an unprecedented four and a half years in the Arctic, were received by William IV upon their return.
Ross, and the discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole (1st ed., London, [1834]; 2nd ed., 1835); A voyage of discovery, made under the orders of the Admiralty, in his majesty’s ships Isabella and Alexander, for the purpose of exploring Baffin’s Bay, and inquiring into the probability of a north-west passage (London, 1819).
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=38805   (2575 words)

 Antarctic Explorers: James Clark Ross
Ross first thought it to be an ice-blink (a whiteness in the sky caused by the reflection of ice ahead) but as they approached they realized the ice-blink was actually a mountainous, snow-covered land.
Ross realized there was no possible penetration further as Ross stated that "we might with equal chance of success try to sail through the cliffs of Dover, as to penetrate such a mass".
Ross was delighted and took pleasure in the fact that their efforts had been "unattended by casualty, calamity, or sickness of any kind, and that every individual on both ships had been permitted to return in perfect health and safety to this southern home".
www.south-pole.com /p0000081.htm   (2145 words)

 KIDCYBER TOPICS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Ross turned his attention to the Antarctic, and set off in 1839, with two ship specially strengthened to deal with the ice.
Ross wanted to add to his earlier triumph by locating the South Magnetic Pole, but was unable to because its position was at that time inland.
Ross had discovered an island which would become the base for many future explorations and is now the largest research station in Antarctica, the USA's McMurdo station.
www.kidcyber.com.au /topics/AntexplRoss.htm   (311 words)

 CBI :: James Ross
Ross is in demand by government, industry and Aboriginal clients throughout the country.
For Ross that has meant choosing to make his family a priority; choosing to live, work and be rooted in his hometown of Fort McPherson; and choosing to stay connected to his core values and cultural identity.
Truly, James Ross’ participation in meeting the social and political challenges of his day are actions that speak for themselves.
www.cbuilding.org /people/consultants/Ross   (521 words)

 Woodville Marshall: Henry James Ross of Grenada: A Pioneer of Tenant Farming Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Ross identified four main deficiencies which, in a situation where "an uncivilized population" and land were "enormously disproportionate to each other", conduced to the "helplessness of the master" in relation to his labourers.
Ross recognized that such a practice was designed to secure the continuous labour "which is so necessary" and acknowledged that it could have the salutary effect of teaching labourers that they should pay for advantages they enjoyed and of reminding them of the planters' property rights.
Ross was satisfied that the Maltese in Grenada had rapidly lost caste and become vagrants because their status was "but little distinguished from the field negroes" and their actual condition was inferior to the ex-slaves' because they had not yet established provision grounds.
www.uwichill.edu.bb /bnccde/grenada/conference/papers/marshallwk.html   (7711 words)

 The Little Legend: James Ross of Anson Co. NC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
James Ross was born June 8, 1761, in Martin Co. NC.
James moved to Anson about 1798, based upon his pension claim that he had moved to Anson "33 years before" and his application was made in 1832.
Hugh Ross, who signs with a mark in Martin Co. and in Anson Co., deeds land to sons Griffin and David 9-28-1804; John Bennett (who according to another deed is from Martin Co.) is one of the witnesses.
www.hal-pc.org /~happy/ross/james01.html   (489 words)

This discussion between James Hyde and Alexander Ross represents an exchange of ideas between two artists at the cutting edge of the reinvention of abstract art.
James Hyde (b.1958), who is represented by Brent Sikkema Gallery, New York, is a painter whose hybrid works invariably test the boundaries between painting and sculpture.
In James' work, there is the radical wrangling with a painting's physicality, the probing in and out and through the stuff, the making it physically real again.
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 Donald James Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
From 1912 until his death in 1948, Donald James Ross was as close as a golf course designer can approach being a household word.
Ross helped found and was a charter member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects whose members later made him an honorary president and have always considered him the Society's patron saint.
More than the Ross Tartan and the awards and honors, the real legacy of Donald Ross is found in the many courses that bear his name.
www.deadarchitectssociety.org /GolfArchitects/donald_james_ross.htm   (418 words)

 James Clark Ross Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Sir James Clark Ross (April 15, 1800 - April 3, 1862), a British naval officer and explorer, explored the Arctic with Sir William Parry from 1819 to 1827.
In 1831, Ross and his uncle, Sir John Ross, located the North Magnetic Pole as part of a magnetic survey.
In 1839 - 1843 James Ross led an Antarctic expedition (1839-43) which charted much of the coastline of the continent.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/j/ja/james_clark_ross.html   (168 words)

 James Ross FACKLER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
James Ross was born 26 Feb 1835 in Staunton, Augusta Co., VA. He died 29 Apr 1914 in Astoria, Fulton Co., IL, and was buried May 1914 in Astoria, Fulton Co., Cemetery, IL.
James Ross and Julia Elizabeth married 25 Feb 1858 in Beardstown, Cass Co., IL.
Enola was married 28 Aug 1907 in Astoria to Charles Stoneberger DIEHL {b 24 Jun 1884 in Astoria, d 27 Jul 1979 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA, and was buried 1979 in Astoria}.
members.aol.com /lfackler/fackler/chapter1d.htm   (1156 words)

 James Ross - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Ross (Canadian lawyer), a member of Louis Riel's provisional government during the Red River Rebellion
James W. Ross, a professional wrestling executive for the WWE
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/James_Ross   (99 words)

 Alibris: James Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Ross, a Jewish journalist, explores six remote Jewish communities to discover how they have endured, and challenges readers to examine their own relationship to tradition, and provides an inspiring reminder of the diversity and richness of Jewish life.
In their introduction to this anthology, James Bruce Ross and Mary Martin McLaughlin remind us that "no area of the past is dead if we are alive to it.
Several generations of the James family collaborated to produce this definitive work on the Civil War hero and later outlaw, Jesse Woodson James.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/James_Ross   (1149 words)

 Amazon.com: Fragile Branches: Travels Through the Jewish Diaspora: Books: James R. Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
As Ross acknowledges at the start, such non-normative Jews are immediately suspect to many Israelis, who fear that Judaism is being used by poor foreigners to gain Israeli citizenship under the country's Law of Return, which nationalizes all Jews who choose to move to Israel.
Yet I was convinced that nearly everyone I met was sincere in his or her commitment to Judaism." It is clearly one of Ross's goals to support these Jews in their efforts to be recognized as such, and to subtly chastize orthodox rabbis who throw roadblocks in their way.
Ross focuses on several individuals in each chapter, which brings the research down to a personal and more readable level.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1573221651?v=glance   (822 words)

 Ross, Sir James Clark. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In 1818 he accompanied his uncle, Sir John Ross, in search of the Northwest Passage and commanded the Erebus.
He later studied Eskimo life while on several arctic voyages (1819–27) with W. Parry.
In command of an expedition (1839–43) to study earth magnetism in Antarctica, Ross discovered Ross Sea, reaching Ross Island and following the Ross Ice Shelf eastward for c.350 mi (560 km).
www2.bartleby.com /65/ro/Ross-JC.html   (201 words)

 Pension File for James & Liddy Ross
I was then placed under Capt James Evans and was at Ramseys Mills on Duck River when the Calvary had a battle with the British from thence in Genl Green's Army was marcehd to Camden South Carolina and was in the battle at Camden against Lord Rawden in April 1781.
That she is now enjoying a pension as the widow of said James Ross under the act of 2nd Feb 1848 at $67.50 per Annum and that she is now a widow - of said James Ross.
She make this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the Bounty Land to which she may be entiled under the act approved March 3rd 1855.
www.hal-pc.org /~happy/document/rwpens.html   (801 words)

 Glengarry Glen Ross (1992)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The narrative of Glengarry Glen Ross takes place in one evening and the next morning, and is mostly in a dingy office and a Chinese restaurant.
It is interesting to note, that the director, James Foley, who superbly crafted this ensemble piece, never really became an A-list director.
Another note of interest, is that I have seen this film numerous times, with a variety of people, and have yet to meet a female who liked it.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0104348   (1195 words)

 SongPlanet.com - Andrew James Ross
Andrew James is one of Nashville’s best-kept secret or maybe not.
His moving, autobiographical song “We should all believe” reminds you that this young man started playing in clubs with his friends& writing songs by the time he was 14 and how the music in his life has treated him tough but yet has created a golden path.
Andrew also spent time fixing 18 wheelers for his fathers business which was a on call basis and never ending job,which you can still catch him on the side of the road from time to time.
www.songplanet.com /artists/bands/1309   (582 words)

 Vonda's Genealogy Pages
Signed sealed published and declared by the said James Ross as his last will and testament in the presents of us who in his presents and the presents of each other who have here unto subscribed our names
Be it remembered that on the twenty third day of May Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine the last will and testament of James Ross, decd.
was duly proven of which the forgoing word is a true copy and Letters inventory with a copy of the will there unto arrived I paid to James Ross and Wm McKinstry (the widow being decd.) Executors mentioned in the said will.
home.comcast.net /~vondadem/rosswill.htm   (221 words)

 ROSS, SIR JAMES CLARK (... - Online Information article about ROSS, SIR JAMES CLARK (...
- Online Information article about ROSS, SIR JAMES CLARK (...
Search over 40,000 articles from the original, classic Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Edition.
John Ross, whom he accompanied on his first See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /RON_SAC/ROSS_SIR_JAMES_CLARK_1800_1862_.html   (374 words)

 Amazon.com: I, Jesse James: Books: James R. Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Frank and Jesse James: The Story Behind the Legend by Ted P. Yeatman on page 402
I have read alot of books about Jesse James but this is one of the very best.
Judge Ross (Jesse's great grandson) lived much of his life with Jesse Jr.
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 RRS James Clark Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
the authors of the James Clark Ross diary would greatly appreciate any feedback you would like to give.
Current Position of the RRS James Clark Ross.
The authors of the RRS James Clark Ross diary.
www.antarctica.ac.uk /Living_and_Working/Diaries/RRS_James_Clark_Ross   (108 words)

 SIR JAMES CLARK ROSS - LoveToKnow Article on SIR JAMES CLARK ROSS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
He entered the navy in 1812 under his uncle, Captain (afterwards Sir) John Ross, whom he accompanied on his first Arctic voyage in search of a North-West passage (1818).
Between 1819 and 1827 he returned four times to the same seas in the Arctic expeditions under Parry, and in 182933 again served on the same mission under his uncle, and while thus employed determined (1831) the position of the North Magnetic Pole.
www.1911ency.org /R/RO/ROSS_SIR_JAMES_CLARK.htm   (258 words)

 The 1998 Canadian Encyclopedia: Ross, James@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The 1998 Canadian Encyclopedia: Ross, James@ HighBeam Research
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 Portable Medieval Reader - Editor: James Bruce Ross, Mary Martin McLaughlin By: James Ross - Christianbook.com
Portable Medieval Reader - Editor: James Bruce Ross, Mary Martin McLaughlin By: James Ross - Christianbook.com
In their introduction to this anthology, James Bruse Ross and Mary Martin McLaughlin remind us that "no area of the past is dead if we are alive to it.
The variety, the complexity, the sheer humanity of the middle ages live most meaningfully in their own authentic voices." This book assembles an entire chorus of those voices--of kings, warriors, prelates, merchants, artisans, chroniclers, and scholars--that together convery a lively, intimate impression of a world that might otherwise seem immeasurably alien.
www.christianbook.com /Christian/Books/product?item_no=50463   (298 words)

 SchoolNotes.com - Notes Page
Click here to send an e-mail to Mr.
Ross is no longer using this web site.
Scroll to PineViewScool for the Gifted then Press GO.
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