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  Betty Jane Slaughter Briscoe
Betty Jane Slaughter was born in Austin, Texas.
Betty Jane Slaughter Brisco has many interests and activities and has been president of many organizations, including the Uvalde Ls Ancinas Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Betty Jane Slaughter Brisco's presented to the collection the gown she wore to the inaugural ball.
www.twu.edu /firstladies/bjs_briscoe.htm   (184 words)

  
 My Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Slaughter was born in 1805 in Lewis Co., VA/WV.
Children were: Francis Marion Slaughter, Nancy Elmira Slaughter, Mary E. Slaughter, Sarah Jane Slaughter, Martha J. Slaughter, E.
Slaughter was born on Sep 17 1865 in Upshur Co., WV.
www.castoconnections.com /gedcom/d122.htm   (636 words)

  
 Handbook of Texas Online:
Marion Try Slaughter II, pioneer country-western singer known as Vernon Dalhart, the son and only child of Robert Marion and Mary Jane (Castleberry) Slaughter, was born on April 6, 1883, at the one-room family ranch house three miles from Jefferson in Marion County.
Slaughter reportedly began singing at about age twelve at various community functions, often with Will Turk and his sister Mary Douglas Adams.
During the 1930s Slaughter also became noted for his radio broadcasts as "Sam, the Barbasol Man." In all, he made roughly 5,000 releases of nearly 1,000 different songs and from 1924 to 1928 was the nation's number-one recording artist.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/SS/fslqz.html   (1124 words)

  
 Truman Library - Stephen S. Slaughter Oral History Interview
SLAUGHTER: Work pants, but I would say they were pants that he had bought for his social life but he later wore them on the farm.
SLAUGHTER: I went in there to eat, and I was interested more in the people around me. And a lot of the people I didn't know because they were the Grandview crowd.
SLAUGHTER: Well, there's nothing special, except the one to this friend of my father, which is quite a different sort of letter from what Harry wrote to me. Mine were just nice, polite replies.
www.trumanlibrary.org /oralhist/slaughte.htm   (14320 words)

  
 RedOrbit NEWS | Horse Fan Pens Book on Care, History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Slaughter hopes to publish another book tentatively titled "A Guide for the Child Equestrian and Some Helpful Hints for Parents." She said it would be child-friendly with easy directions and pictures.
Slaughter, an art teacher at Thomasville Middle School, has freelanced for The Chronicle of the Horse, a Virginia-based magazine, since 1995.
Slaughter got her first horse as a teenager but she didn't enter a horse show until she was in her 40s.
www.redorbit.com /modules/news/tools.php?tool=print&id=114520   (630 words)

  
 ESPN.com: Page 3 - 10 Burning Questions: Thomas Jane
While he puts bad guys in body bags onscreen, Jane has a calm energy and charisma with a hint of rebellion that's reminiscent of the cool uncle that used to slip you a beer when the parents weren't watching.
Page 3 caught up with Jane munching on a turkey club in his Four Seasons suite, as he and his publicist were watching his latest obsession: NASCAR.
Jane: I learned that the press was a lot more respectful of athletes' private lives at that time, and people made a lot more allowances for your character defects.
sports.espn.go.com /espn/page3/story?page=10bqs/thomasjane   (1639 words)

  
 My Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
She was married to Silas H. Slaughter on Apr 7 1836 in Jackson Co., WV.
Martha Jane Casto was born in 1863 in WV.
Children were: Clayborn B. Staats, Rosetta Staats, Elias Staats, McClellan Staats, Elizabeth Jane Staats, Anna Isabella Staats, Jacob M. Staats, Isaac Staats.
www.castoconnections.com /gedcom/d41.htm   (1189 words)

  
 BUY AMERICAN
Jane Slaughter: There is a movement that says we should try to keep our economic interactions closer to home, both to avoid spending so much on transportation and to encourage community.
Jane Slaughter: It seems like Americans are so quick to jump to "American" as the community that they identify with.
Jane Slaughter is a freelance writer who specializes in labor issues.
thewitness.org /archive/julyaug2002/buyamerican.html   (1751 words)

  
 Noble Families in Mercer County, Illinois   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Jane Slaughter is our contact for this family and has furnished us with several photos.
Jane Slaughter tells us she married Millard Blake and moved to Belle Plaine, Iowa.
The 1850 census for John and Jane Noble incorrectly gives the surname of the first two children as Long - they are John Malaby, born about 1834, Indiana, and Sarah Jane Malaby, born about 1837, children of Jane and her first husband, Andrew Malaby.
www.geocities.com /arizona1900/Noble.html   (8134 words)

  
 The Woman Equestrian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Slaughter gives a short history of the sport, the takes it step by step of everything a novice rider needs to know to go into the sport.
Slaughter addresses exercise, nutrition and listening to your inner voice.
Jane Slaughter is a middle school art teacher and freelance writer whose articles have appeared in The Chronicle of the Horse magazine.
www.southernscribe.com /reviews/reference/woman_equestrian.htm   (225 words)

  
 Political Affairs Magazine - Book Round Up #11: Notes and Previews of "A Troublemaker’s Handbook" and ...
Slaughter says it "reflects the new direction of labor organizing today" which, faced with the challenges posed by globalization and corporate erosion of democracy has to base itself not just in the workplace but also in "broad-based community coalitions."
La Botz is quoted again: "The goal of organizing is not merely to build unions: it is to increase the power of working people on the job and in society." The boss has to learn that he is dealing with a mass of united people not just a few class conscious union organizers.
Slaughter tells us the book is full of stories of victories gained by ordinary working people over their oppressors by using these methods.
www.politicalaffairs.net /article/articleview/2555/1/32   (980 words)

  
 Daily Lobo - Applicants considered for two top UNM jobs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Three applicants have been chosen as finalists for the position of UNM provost, said Jane Slaughter, chairwoman of the search committee.
Slaughter said the provost is the chief academic officer of the University who is in charge of curriculum and faculty issues.
Slaughter would not say who the finalists were, but said applicants will be on campus beginning Feb. 27 to be interviewed by faculty, staff and students.
www.dailylobo.com /home/index.cfm?event=displayArticlePrinterFriendly&uStory_id=fcefb89e-5c22-427e-ab86-d8c102cc4f09   (456 words)

  
 Queries with surname of S
His father was killed before his birth while clearing a field in Birmingham (or in the area of) he was supposedly hit in the head with an ax by a flman and killed.
His wife was Annie Jane Griffin, born 3 June 1825 in N. She died 17 Feb. 1895 in Ackerman, Choctaw, Ms.
Their children were: Cicero Snow, born 1847; Susan Snow born 1849; Eli Snow born 1858; Francis Marion Snow born 1856; Alice Jane Snow born 1857; William Caloway Snow born 1860.
www.birminghamgenealogy.org /queries_s.htm   (1624 words)

  
 FICKLIN FAMILY IN AMERICA
Warren Slaughter, son of William and Harriet (Ficklen) Slaughter, was born in Culpeper county, Virginia, 3 December, 1820.
Sarah Anne Slaughter, daughter of William and Harriet (Ficklen) Slaughter, was born at the "Hermitage" in Culpeper county, Virginia.
Harriet Jane Slaughter, daughter of William and Harriet (Ficklen) Slaughter, was born in Culpeper county, Virginia, 29 August, 1826.
www.ficklin.org /~ficklin/book/book3.html   (6085 words)

  
 pr_030705.html
NEW YORK -- Thomas E. Slaughter and Jane R. Seagrave have been promoted to new management positions in the Newspaper and New Media Markets department of The Associated Press.
Slaughter becomes vice president of the department's Newspaper Market unit, overseeing headquarters activities related to AP's business relationships with its 1,550 newspaper members.
Slaughter joined the AP in Topeka, Kan., in 1973 and worked in Sioux Falls, S.D., and Denver before being named correspondent in Cheyenne, Wyo., in 1976.
www.ap.org /pages/about/pressreleases/pr_030705.html   (457 words)

  
 2005 troublemakers
The Troublemaker’s Handbook, ably edited by longtime LaborNotes staffer Jane Slaughter, is in part a distillation of the experiences described every month in the magazine.
But it is also a guide – for the individual worker with a problem limited to a small group of workmates, for a caucus within a union, or for a community organization seeking workplace justice for its constituency.
Slaughter zeroes in on" lean production," privatization and outsourcing, treating them as the most important means used by large employers to weaken unions.
dbacon.igc.org /Unions/2005troublemakers.html   (1922 words)

  
 Vernon Dalhart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Slaughter family members were notorious for violent ways, and Marion's father was killed in an argument with his brother-in-law, Bob Castleberry, when Dalhart was 10 years old.
In Dallas, the young Slaughter was encouraged to develop his voice and he began studying music at the Dallas Conservatory of Music while working at various jobs to support himself and his growing family.
Although many pseudonyms would be used by record companies for the tenor, Vernon Dalhart was the name used by Slaughter for the rest of his life in his business dealings and in much of his personal correspondence.
www.garlic.com /~tgracyk/dalhart.htm   (4143 words)

  
 Monday, March 9   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Jane Slaughter leads another session on "Organizing the Unorganized: Is Is Enough?" Slaughter, author of Concessions and How to Beat Them and member of Labor Notes' policy committee, is instructor for the workshop.
Jane Slaughter speaks in Workshop for Public Speaking.
Slaughter is also the instructor for the course, and this event is co-sponsored by the SLAC.
www.jhu.edu /~newslett/03-05-98/Calendar/5.html   (339 words)

  
 Women's History Month March 2001 and Sigma Xi Lecture (2/27/2001)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
VERMILLION - Dr. Jane Slaughter, professor of Women's History at The University of New Mexico, will present the Women's History Month and March Sigma Xi Lecture, "Bodies and Borders: Women's Bodies, Public Health and National Welfare"at The University of South Dakota on Thursday, March 22, from 8:00-9:00 p.m.
Slaughter's lecture concerns one of the important issues in global health.
Slaughter is a nationally recognized scholar in Women's History and the History of Modern Europe.
www.usd.edu /urelations/news/archives/2001/February/february28.html   (279 words)

  
 Jane Fonda is to be pitied
In her interview by Leslie Stahl on CBS' "60 Minutes" Sunday, April 3, Jane Fonda characterized such reactions to her as "ill-placed anger." In one respect, she may be correct.
Even in 1979, when the world was aware of the millions of Vietnamese and Cambodians murdered and starved to death by their communist victors, when even Joan Baez protested the Khmer Rouge slaughter, Jane Fonda refused to join in.
Jane needs to spend a few hours in Hanoi Hilton or read Gerald Coffee's bio or WHEN HELL WAS IN SESSION to "get it." She still doesn't get it.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1377517/posts   (3348 words)

  
 Labor Notes publishes how to fight back worker handbook | Workers Independent News
Editor Jane Slaughter says more than seventy authors tell their stories and share their expertise on collective tactics workers anywhere can use.
[Jane Slaughter 1]: "It's a collection of examples of people who have done just that.
The struggle for power at the workplace, Slaughter says is about more than money and working conditions.
www.laborradio.org /node/105   (223 words)

  
 ANCIENT HISTORY ENDOWMENT A FIRST IN ARTS & SCIENCES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The $100,000 grant will allow the department to attract a top-notch candidate to the vacancy by offering funds for travel, research and professional development, said Jane Slaughter, chair, History.
We are pleased to be able to put this emphasis on ancient history, an area important in undergraduate and general education," said Reed Dasenbrock, dean, College of Arts and Sciences.
Slaughter said the search for the ancient history position will take place in 2004 with a goal to hire in 2005.
www.unm.edu /news/Releases/03-11-19gorham.htm   (226 words)

  
 UNM women question equity - News
History Department Chairwoman Jane Slaughter speaks during a panel discussion called "The View from the Top" at the SUB on Thursday.
Jane Slaughter, chairwomen of the History Department, said Caldera responded by saying he wanted to hire the best people for the job.
Caldera said at the conference that diversity is important for an institution, especially at UNM.
www.dailylobo.com /news/2005/04/01/News/Unm-Women.Question.Equity-909706.shtml?mkey=1290977   (845 words)

  
 After Quality Circles: It's the Team Concept - 4/20/90
This article was prepared by U.E. International Rep. Stephen Tormey, and draws heavily on the book by Mike Parker and Jane Slaughter, Choosing Sides: Unions and the Team Concept.
As Mike Parker and Jane Slaughter note in their book Choosing Sides: Unions and the Team Concept, "The less training and skill required, the greater the interchangeability without increasing costs.
Not surprisingly, many highly-skilled jobs such as skilled maintenance and toolroom classifications are heavily subcontracted in team concept plants, since these jobs do not readily lend themselves to deskilling.
www.quadrant4.org /teamunion.html   (2227 words)

  
 Daily Blog: Union Democracy: How?
So, an old friend of mine, Jane Slaughter and I have had a few discussions about this, recently and over the years.
Jane has been a backbone of Labor Notes--I'm not always with the Labor Notes rhetoric (maybe because I've been one of those ossified union bureaucrats myself) but I do think there's often useful points raised in Labor Notes views.
As Jane Slaughter herself says "the book is mostly practical stuff like suggested bylaws, how to run a membership meeting, how to function in the meeting from the floor, pros and cons of different election procedures, what to do after you get elected (e.g.
workinglife.typepad.com /daily_blog/2005/10/union_democracy.html   (11846 words)

  
 ARc1855
Richardson was included in the 1880 Census of Dimmit County, which listed his occupation as that of "wool grower." William Votaw hired Richardson to raise sheep on the San Pedro Ranch.
Mary Isabelle Votaw and Asher Richardson were married at the San Antonio, Texas home of her parents, William and Mary Jane Slaughter Votaw, on June 29, 1881.
In 1908 Richardson started a town on ranchland bought in December of 1884 by himself and William and Mary Jane Slaughter Votaw.
www.intercom.net /local/richardson/ARc1855.html   (1127 words)

  
 Genealogy Data
Slaughter, Robert C. Birth : WFT Est 1733-1769
Slaughter, Stephen F. Birth : WFT Est 1775-1828
Slaughter, William B. Birth : WFT Est 1788-1813
homepage.mac.com /petemcl/main/genealogy/dat71.html   (366 words)

  
 NEA Higher Ed.: Thought & Action TQM Spring 94
Parker, M. and Slaughter, J. "Choosing Sides: Unions and the Team Concept", Boston: South End Press, 1988.
Mike Parker and Jane Slaughter are coauthors of Choosing Sides: Unions and the Team Concept and write regularly for Labor Notes, a publication for trade union activists.
Slaughter directs the Labor Education and Research Project and consults in areas of industrial automation, training, and work organization.
www2.nea.org /he/tqm.html   (7207 words)

  
 Ancestors of   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
MINERVA JANE SLAUGHTER was born in Warren County, Indiana, March 22, l847, and departed this life February 27th at eight o'clock a.m., l92l, at the age of 73 years, ll months and 5 days.
She came to Decatur County, Iowa, with her parents while only seven years of age, in which place she grew to womanhood.
She leaves to mourn her departure, her six children, four step-children, 22 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren, two brothers, D.R. SLAUGHTER, of Davis City, Iowa and W.W. SLAUGHTER, of Lamoni, Iowa, besides other relatives and a host of friends.
webpages.charter.net /e_koeble/koeble-havens2/f67.htm   (561 words)

  
 tmh2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In January Labor Notes released A Troublemaker’s Handbook 2, edited by Jane Slaughter, the second edition of the popular manual on how to fight back at your workplace and win.
A TDU member in Baltimore Local 355 tells his story of starting a shop newsletter, the “355 Informer.” Local 572’s work in stopping scab hiring in a southern California food warehouse is described, as are other lessons from the Teamsters and well beyond.
The book’s editor, Jane Slaughter, is a former auto worker and a veteran writer and educator for Labor Notes.
www.tdu.org /Convoy/tmh2/tmh2.html   (423 words)

  
 Author Bio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Jane Slaughter has been a freelance writer for The Chronicle of the Horse magazine since 1995 and has loved horses for her entire life.
She is a middle school art teacher and the mother of two college-age daughters.
For information about carrying our books in your store, please contact CPG at 800-296-0481 or visit their website www.cardinalpub.com
www.wishpublishing.com /jane_slaughter_bio.htm   (569 words)

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