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  Miller History
Miller rushed to the steward, got a bottle of whiskey and swallowed it at a single tilt.
Miller became a brewery owner in an era when beer sold for about $5 per barrel in the Milwaukee area and for three to five cents a glass at the city's taverns.
Miller was a resourceful businessman, establishing a beautiful beer garden that attracted weekend crowds for bowling, dancing, fine lunches and old-fashioned gemuetlichkeit.
www.beerhistory.com /library/holdings/millerhistory.shtml   (1484 words)

  
  Defending "Miller's Blockhouse", Easter, 1782
Miller, being an elderly man, was boldly rushed upon by the merciless wretches, with loud and exultant yells, and tomahawked on the spot.
Having now realized the dread forebodings of her vision, and shaking off the shackles of despondency, she now turned to calm the moral whirlwind that was raging amongst the frantic woman and children – to inspire them with hope, and to rally the only and infirm male defender.
Two of her children, John Hupp and Elizabeth Rodgers, still survive, and are living on Buffalo Creek, having seen the pioneer heroes and heroines of their youth one by one gathered to their fathers, they now stand the last of a race who learned from their lops those thrilling incidents of pioneer life.
hometown.aol.com /olinl/pg8Millerblockhouse.html   (2040 words)

  
 John Frederick Miller Information
John Frederick Miller (1759 - 1796) was an English illustrator, mainly of botanical subjects.
Miller was the son of the artist Johann Sebastian Müller (1715- c.1790) (abbreviation in botany : J.S.Muell.).
He was one of the artists who converted Sydney Parkinson's drawings from James Cook's first voyage into paintings.
www.bookrags.com /John_Frederick_Miller   (90 words)

  
 The John Frederick Miller Home Page
Jacob Miller, the son of Haman and Frances (Roberts) Miller, was born during the Revolutionary War, about 1779, in Randolph County, North Carolina, in the Piedmont section of the state, shortly after his parents had moved from Halifax County, Virginia.
The Miller family could also have lived in another county near York County, or York County itself between enumerations, or was missed in the 1830 York County enumeration.
Martha Miller (Pattie), born May 15, 1808, was married to William Wade with a marriage bond of March 13, 1821 (Typed Marriage Bonds, N.C. Archives, p.282), when she was not yet quite 13 years old, in Randolph County, North Carolina.
www.angelfire.com /folk/cemiller/jacob2.html   (1505 words)

  
 Kelly Miller, the first Black mathematics graduate student
Miller's essays insisted on the right of fl Americans to protest against the injustices that had multiplied with the rise of the white supremacy movement in the South, as the Du Bois "radicals" did, but he also advocated racial solidarity, thrift, and institution-building as emphasized by the followers of Washington.
Characteristically, Miller had two reputations as a public policy analyst, first as a compromiser between fl radicals and conservatives, and second as a race spokesman during the prolonged crisis of disfranchisement and the denial of civil rights by white supremacists and their elected representatives in Congress.
Miller, a conspicuously powerful dean, was demoted in 1919 to dean of a new junior college, which was later abolished in 1925.
www.math.buffalo.edu /mad/special/miller_kelley.html   (2451 words)

  
 MILLER
Miller is a man of intelligence, well posted regarding events which are transpiring in various parts of the world, and the improvements which are being made in various departments of labor.
Miller is of German lineage, his grandfather, Frederick Miller, having either been born in Germany or was the son of German parents.
Miller was born in Miami County, being a daughter of John and Margaret (Hance) Palmer.
pages.prodigy.net /jhubb22/page13.htm   (1862 words)

  
 Unofficial Miller Highlife Homepage
Miller Brewing Co. sponsored a contest to find a slogan for their High Life Beer and the winning entry was "The Champagne Of Bottled Beer".
Frederick C. Miller nephew of Frederick A. Miller moves from vise-president to president of the brewery.
Frederick C. Miller dies and is replaced by Norman R. Klug, the first president not related to the Miller family.
home.ptd.net /~highlife/history.htm   (640 words)

  
 Miller Brewing Company - Beeripedia the Beer Wiki
The history of Miller Brewing Company began in the mid-19th century, when a determined immigrant, Frederick John Miller, born November 24, 1824, brought his passion for beer to the United States.
Miller, who had been a renowned German brewer since 1849, arrived in the United States and settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1855.
Miller was one of the few Milwaukee breweries to survive Prohibition and is the only major brewery that continues to prosper in the town once known as "Cream City".
www.beeripedia.com /index.php/Miller_Brewing_Company   (854 words)

  
 Ed Miller's Shoun Family
John S. Shown was born 28 June 1793 at Shouns, Tennessee.
Frederick Shown was born on 22 March 1800 at Shouns, Tennessee.
Frederick passed away on 17 April 1881 in Butler, Tennessee, however, he lived much of his life in North Carolina, where many of his children settled.
www.sirinet.net /~lgarris/emiller/shoun.html   (1834 words)

  
 John Frederick Miller - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
John Frederick Miller (1759 - 1796) was an English illustrator, mainly of botanical subjects.
Miller was the son of the artist Johann Sebastian Müller (1715- c.1790) (abbreviation in botany : J.S.Muell.).
He was one of the artists who converted Sydney Parkinson's drawings from James Cook's first voyage into paintings.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/j/o/h/John_Frederick_Miller_a052.html   (92 words)

  
 1997
John Alcock continued his Rector researches with "The Sons of Harmon Rector." Hallie Price Garner wrote a note on Zachariah Blankenbeckler, a grandson of John Nicholas Blankenbeckler who immigrated in 1714.
John Blankenbaker wrote a short note on the attempt to rewrite the history of the Germanna Foundation.
Clovis Miller wrote, "John Frederick Miller" (J. Miller was a 1738 immigrant).
www.pipeline.com /~johblank/1997.htm   (445 words)

  
 The Smith Family Line
Geneva MILLER was born on 13 Jun 1923 in Evergreen, Webster, Louisiana.
John Dowd MILLER was born on 3 Jun 1896.
John Wesly MILLER was born on 17 Dec 1869 in Louisiana.
www.fortunecity.com /millenium/quarrybank/256/d19.htm   (922 words)

  
 The New Yorker : fact : content
Frederick, at thirty-seven, was far older than his colleagues, and was a natural leader; he had also worked for six years as a guard for the Virginia Department of Corrections.
In letters and e-mails to family members, Frederick repeatedly noted that the military-intelligence teams, which included C.I.A. officers and linguists and interrogation specialists from private defense contractors, were the dominant force inside Abu Ghraib.
In November, Frederick wrote, an Iraqi prisoner under the control of what the Abu Ghraib guards called “O.G.A.,” or other government agencies—that is, the C.I.A. and its paramilitary employees—was brought to his unit for questioning.
www.newyorker.com /fact/content/?040510fa_fact   (3359 words)

  
 John Miller
Miller became resident physician of New York city in 1803, professor of the practice of medicine in the University of New York in 1807, and clinical lecturer in New York hospital in 1809.
Miller enlisted vigorously in the controversy that resulted in the division of his church into the new and old schools, and was an eminent theological and polemical writer.
He was pastor successively of Presbyterian churches in Frederick, Maryland, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Petersburg, Virginia During the civil war he was a captain of artillery in the Confederate army, and since 1871 he has resided in Princeton, where he has founded three "Evangelical" churches and officiated in them.
www.famousamericans.net /johnmiller   (946 words)

  
 Frederick John Miller 1883 - Robyn Fisher family
Frederick was born in Ringmer, in Sussex, ENGLAND, in the June quarter of 1883 and he was baptised at the Church of St Mary the Virgin Ringmer on 1 July 1883.
Frederick is listed in the Census of 1891 as a child in Ringmer, Sussex.
Frederick did not stay in Western Australia and returned to England not long after arriving.
www-personal.buseco.monash.edu.au /~rfisher/miller/millerfrederick.htm   (258 words)

  
 miller
John Weaver, of German-Dutch descent, was born in the Netherlands.
1468); was the Baron and Hereditary Grand Marshall of Styria; and John Hoffman, (born 1371, died 1479) and was the Rector of the University of Leipzig.
Catherine (Worley) Miller's burial place is not known; it is believed that she is the daughter of Francis Worley/Wordley.
www.obcgs.com /miller.html   (2018 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: Arthur Miller Discusses His Life and Work -- February 10, 1999
When Miller's masterpiece "Death of a Salesman" returned to Broadway in 1999 to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the artist sat down with Paul Solman to discuss his life and work.
ARTHUR MILLER: Columbia Pictures made a film called "The Life of a Salesman" which they wanted to show with the "Death of a Salesman." It was short, the brunt of which was that "the life of a salesman" was.
Miller was convicted of contempt and sentenced to a year in prison.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/entertainment/jan-june99/miller_2-10.html   (1898 words)

  
 Cheap Beer Server -- Miller
Frederick Miller purchased the brewery in 1853, but the name remained until Frederick Miller's death in 1888.
Miller sold his interest in 1883, and the company continued under a string of Leinenkugel family members until it was sold to Miller.
Since being purchased by Miller in 1988, their production has been increased, but the beer is still good, and family members are still involved with the company.
www.tinsel.org /beer/miller.html   (945 words)

  
 No Title
John Gardner testified in 1813 in a Stewart County TN court that Edwin James and Emanuel James were brothers.
Frederick Miller Grimes belonged to the Mill Creek Volunteers of the Republic of Texas Army (July 1, 1836-Oct 1, 1836)and was left to guard the Baggage at Harrisburg during the battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836.
Frederick Grimes was issued Bounty Certificate No. 531 for 320 acres of land, July 11, 1849 for having served in the army from March 1 to May 31, 1836 and bounty Certificate No. 532 for 320 acres for his services from July 1 to October 1, 1836.
www.webspawner.com /users/bmeischen/grimes.html   (8580 words)

  
 Illegal Immigration National Miller Boycott Site
Miller released a statement that it would review requests for future grants to ensure that the company isn't indirectly funding or associating with groups that advocate for either side of the immigration debate.
Miller Brewing Company’s press release states that the company’s founder, Frederick Miller, immigrated to the U.S. in 1855.
Miller's marketing gurus have, in effect, decided that the concerns of US citizens over illegal immigration are a distant second to Miller's grasping at a market segment.
www.millerboycott.com /articles.asp   (6090 words)

  
 John Miller Papers
Miller, and two letters to the Secretary of War of Confederacy and one too Surgeon General (1861-1869).
A variety of information gathered or written by Miss Margaret Miller, daughter of John Miller, consisting of several typewritten and printed biographical accounts, sermons delivered at his funeral, anecdotes, data on his life, a bibliography of his works, notes on his papers, and other documents.
Typescript subject analysis of the letters to and by John Miller which are part of this collection.
libweb.princeton.edu /libraries/firestone/rbsc/aids/miller-john.html   (918 words)

  
 Emmitsburg Area Historical Society's John Miller
John A. Miller, Commander Lucas' S. John Miller was raised in the small town of Ladiesburg, Maryland.
In 2001, John's family moved to the small town of Fountain Dale, Pennsylvania, where their second child Dalton was born.
John serves as the Civil War Historian for the Emmitsburg Historical Society.
www.emmitsburg.net /history/john_miller.htm   (251 words)

  
 The Smith Family Line
Rosina MILLER was born in 1820 in Onboard the Brig Eugene.
Sarah MILLER was born in 1835 in, Claiborne, Louisiana.
John Frederick, (Old Man) MULLER was born in 1767 in Wurttenberg, FRG (Germany).
www.fortunecity.com /millenium/quarrybank/256/d20.htm   (518 words)

  
 The Cassell Family
Frederick Cassel and Elizabeth Berst (This is the brother of our known ancestor - John Cassel.
John Cassell and spouses, Harriet Ursula Wyckoff, Mary Jane Grider (Pettus)
Descendants of John Cassel and Anna Marie Gertrude
www.piperspages.com /Cassell   (444 words)

  
 Internet Family Tree
John Kasper Stoever, (I) was a Lutheran educator and pastor.
John Kaspar Stover, (I), his son John Caspar Stover, (II) and his daughter Elisabetha Carherina Stover left England the 15th of June 1728, aboard the ship JAMES GOODWILL and arrived on the 11th of September 1728.
John Caspar Stoever served as minister from 1731 to 1779.
www.changesurfer.com /Family/PS05/PS05_107.htm   (2445 words)

  
 Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore - Miller Barn (U.S. National Park Service)
The Miller barn is located at the end of Miller Road, which intersects with Port Oneida Road just north of M-22.
This large barn was built on 202 acres of land purchased by Frederick Werner in 1855.
The 1891 plat map lists John Miller, husband of Fredrick Werner's daughter Margaret and an 1881 emigrant from Germany, as the owner and shows one structure.
www.nps.gov /slbe/planyourvisit/pomillerbarn.htm   (337 words)

  
 Maury County, Tennessee, Queries 1997
John Blackman was married to Nancy M. HAYS (second wife was Elizabeth Herring); Bennett Blackman was married to Susanna HAYS, NancyAEs sister (BennettAEs second wife was Ann Clinton); Ann Blackman was married to Charles HAYS, the brother of the two sisters.
John Gilbert and his brother Alexander Gilbert were the sons of William Gilbert of North Carolina.
John was born in approx 1812 I believe in Guilford Co NC and Sarah was born in approx 1822 in VA. They moved back to Va for a few years in early 1840s and then on to MO where they show up in the 1850 census.
www.tngennet.org /maury/queries/q199704.htm   (2932 words)

  
 Artefacts
John Harrison's H4 This chronometer was the epitome of science and technology of its day.
Drawing by John Frederick Miller (not a voyage artist) of artefacts collected in New Zealand by Cook voyagers.
On the basis of the similarity to the Miller illustration this seems fairly strong.
www.100megsfree3.com /glaw/cook/artefacts.htm   (362 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Last Family: Books: John Ramsey Miller   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Here's another, and while Miller's first novel doesn't rank with the debuts of any of the above, it's a generally strong showing, suspenseful in spurts but burdened by awkward pacing and characters who are as generic as they are robust.
Particularly disappointing is the novel's villain, Martin Fletcher, a rogue DEA agent escaped from prison who begins the novel-in a flurry of smart, brutal scenes-by wiping out the family of one of a team of DEA agents who took Fletcher down and whom he blames for the death of his own wife and child.
Miller keeps readers guessing with unexpected twists-at least right up to the sea-set climax, way too long and bombastic, which ends the novel with a thud as surely as it begins with a scream.
www.amazon.com /Last-Family-John-Ramsey-Miller/dp/0553574965   (1260 words)

  
 Kentuckiana Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kentuckiana Genealogy: County: Daviess Co., Kentucky: John Frederick Miller
I'm looking for information on John Frederick Miller, who was married to Lindsay Rinebarger.
John would have been born circa 1870 - 1875.
www.kentuckianagenealogy.org /boards/messages/14/3052.html?1013010177   (80 words)

  
 African-American Odyssey
The Frederick Douglass Papers at the Library of Congress presents the papers of the nineteenth-century African-American abolitionist who escaped from slavery and then risked his own freedom by becoming an outspoken antislavery lecturer, writer, and publisher.
Among the authors represented are Frederick Douglass, Kelly Miller, Charles Sumner, Mary Church Terrell, and Booker T. Washington.
Among the voices heard are those of some of the defendants and plaintiffs themselves as well as those of abolitionists, presidents, politicians, slave owners, fugitive and free territory slaves, lawyers and judges, and justices of the U.S. Supreme Court.
lcweb2.loc.gov /ammem/aaohtml   (895 words)

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