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  John L. Sullivan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born at Roxbury, Boston, to Irish immigrants, Mike Sullivan from Abbeydorney, County Kerry and Catherine Kelly from Athlone, County Roscommon.
The belt was inscribed Presented to the Champion of Champions, John L. Sullivan, by the Citizens of the United States.
Sullivan managed to evade the law, swathed in bandages, and was taken back across the Channel where he spent the next few weeks convalescing in Liverpool.
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 John L. Sullivan - The first Irish American Boxing Champion
John Lawrence Sullivan was born in mid-October 1858 in the Roxbury district of Boston, Massachusetts.
By all accounts, Sullivan’s childhood was as stable as it could be in the heaving mass of uncertainty and poverty that was the Boston Irish community at that point in the nineteenth century.
Sullivan, who sparred briefly for the Prince, thanked the future king and reminded him that if he ever came to Boston, to be sure and look him up and, “I’ll give you such a show round as you never had in your life before,” he quipped.
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 John L. Sullivan Biography
John Lawrence Sullivan was born on October 15, 1858, in Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Sullivan graduated from grammar school at the age of sixteen, with the equivalent of a junior high school education.
Sullivan was a big-hearted man. He provided for his parents, contributed regularly to charities, and routinely gave wood, coal, and flour to the poor people of Boston.
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 The Great John L. Sullivan | TheSweetScience.com Boxing
John Lawrence Sullivan was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, on October 15, 1858 to proud Irish roots.
Sullivan played semi-pro baseball in Boston and was offered a contract by the Cincinnati Red Stockings of the nascent major league to play pro ball, but the directionless John L., with no other prospects in sight, turned the big leagues down flat.
Sullivan agreed to meet Corbett on September 7, 1892 in New Orleans and it was a coup in the squared circle.
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 IBHOF / John L. Sullivan
John L. Sullivan was an extraordinarily popular figure in the late ninteenth century, a living hero whose prowess in the ring brought him lasting fame.
Born to Irish immigrant parents in the town of Roxbury, neighboring Boston, Sullivan apparently inherited his solid physique—he was 5’10” tall and weighed 190 pounds—from his mother, who equalled her grown son’s stature.
Although Sullivan was winning the fight when the police stepped in to prevent the battered Mitchell from absorbing more punishment, Mitchell had shocked Sullivan and his fans by knocking him down in the first round.
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 John L. O'Sullivan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John L. O'Sullivan as he appeared on the cover of Harper's Weekly in November 1874.
John Louis O'Sullivan (November 15, 1813 – March 24, 1895) was an American columnist and editor who used the term "Manifest Destiny" in 1845 to promote the annexation of Texas and the Oregon Country to the United States.
O'Sullivan was born on the North Atlantic Ocean during the War of 1812, his mother having taken refuge on a British ship to avoid plague in Gibraltar, where his father was engaged in business.
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 Truman Library - John L. Sullivan Oral History Interview
SULLIVAN: No, he came in to say goodbye to me. He was a lieutenant at that time, and he said that he was the last commissioned Negro to be in the Navy, and he had been invited to go home.
SULLIVAN: No, Secretary Johnson was a very active, unannounced candidate for the Presidency, and he was going to run on the platform of austerity, and, of course, the cancellation of the carrier would take several hundred million dollars out of the Navy budget.
Sullivan, John L., and resignation of as Secretary of the Navy,
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 AmericanHeritage.com / Yours Truly,John L. Sullivan
John L. was America’s first great sports hero, the first to be followed on the streets by such crowds that he needed guards to keep from being trampled.
John Lawrence Sullivan was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, near Boston, on October 15, 1858, the son of Irish immigrants.
John L. took time out from his tour now and then to appear on the banquet circuit and to come to New York to dispose of the latest Fox importation.
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 Truman Library - John L. Sullivan Papers
The papers of John L. Sullivan relate to such subjects as wartime tax policy, the unification of the armed services, amendments to the National Security Act of 1947, weapons procurement, and the Navy's postwar expansion program.
There are a few memoranda for the record describing Sullivan's telephone conversations among the l940 material, and also a few transcripts of telephone conversations, but these supplementary materials quickly disappear as one proceeds through the series, and by l94l only the "Calls and Callers" forms are present, and even these usually offer only sparse information.
Materials in the Harry S. Truman papers relating to the John L. Sullivan papers are in the President's Secretary's File (Subject File--Cabinet), the Confidential File (Subject File--Navy Department), the Official File (OF l285-C), the General File (Naval), and the Senatorial and Vice Presidential papers (Navy Department).
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 The John L. Sullivan Picture Gallery.
That night she met John L Sullivan in one of the rooms and he sat her down and they had a long talk.
John L. Sullivan had talked her into coming back to me, I thank him from the bottom of my heart.
I spoke to John's son, who told me that during the time that I tried to contact John L on his mobile, that he had borrowed his Dad's phone to go on a trip.
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 Cyber Boxing Zone -- Article - John L. Sullivan
John Flood, Paddy Ryan, Jake Kilrain, John Laflin, and Frank Herald were among those who had to be carried from the ring.
The Professor called John L. the strongest man he ever fought and add, “He used his right as a flsmith would use a sledge hammer …” (see Durant and Rice 1946 and McCallum 1974 p 10).
Lardner (1972 p 43) writes that Sullivan was a bully, a boozer, and a braggart and later adds that he looked like a conqueror with his florid face, fl brow, fl hair, mustache, and aggressive fighter’s jaw.
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 The Body: About John L. Sullivan, M.D.
John L. Sullivan, M.D. Active in AIDS research and treatment since tracking of the disease began in 1981, Dr. Sullivan serves as director of the Office of Research at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, where he is also a professor of pediatrics in the Program of Molecular Medicine.
From 1975 to 1978, Dr. Sullivan served a residency in pediatrics at the University of Washington, where he was a senior fellow in arthritis and immunology.
Now a member of the Governor's Task Force on AIDS, Dr. Sullivan served on the Immunological Sciences Study Section from 1982 to 1986 and was a charter member of the AIDS and Related Research Study Section of the NIH.
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 John L. Sullivan
John L. Sullivan and the "Battle of the Cemetery"
Sullivan never fought a professional purse fight here in Mount Clemens, but he did train here for a number of his 47 bouts.
John L. Sullivan died in Massachusetts on February 2, 1918.
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JOHN L. Rome New York Daily Sentinel newspaper dated February 2, 1918.
The front page headine reads, "JOHN L SULLIVAN 59, DIES SUDDENLY." The article gives lots of details into the life and death of the champion boxer.
John L. might be vulnerable to a man
www.boxinggyms.com /news/sullivan1918/sullivan_death01.htm   (222 words)

 John L. Sullivan - Experience
John L. Sullivan retired as Deputy Chief of Police from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department after a thirty-four year Law Enforcement career.
Sullivan is recognized within the Legal, Law Enforcement and Security professions as an experienced, knowledgeable expert on public safety issues.
Sullivan is a recognized authority and lecturer on various aspects of law enforcement operations.
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 Amazon.com: John L. Sullivan and His America (Sport and Society): Books: Michael T. Isenberg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Sullivan, who rose from the immigrant underclass to be a friend of Theodore Roosevelt and other leaders, is shown to have been admired for his boxing ability, honesty, and friendliness but flawed by drunkenness, extravagance, and disorderly behavior.
John L. Sullivan is a true giant of American history, and Mr.
Isenberg's book on the Great John L. is among the best boxing books ever, a very well researched work that dwells into the smallest details of Sullivan both as a fighter and a sociological phenom of his time, the first blue collar sports hero in America..
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 John L. Sullivan Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Riding straight out of the pages of Western history, W. Sullivan arrives, hat firmly planted on his head, to tell in his own plain way about his time as a sergeant of the Texas Rangers.
The years were 1889 to 1901, and there was lawlessness enough on the frontiers of Texas to occupy any able-bodied man with a horse, a six-shooter, and a hard...
A presentation and critique of the use of multiple measures of theoretical concepts to assess both validity, using the multirait-multimethod matrix, and reliablity, using multiple indicators with a path analytic framework.
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 John L. Sullivan chats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A very interesting interview with the great John L Sullivan – imagine being ringside as a judge in them days.
Say, if they had moving pictures in those days, views of some of those fights in the turf would show some things on the side, besides towel waving and dividing the money".
They were the very best men, physically, in the world, for when Sullivan was Sullivan no man dared go against me unless he thought himself as strong as I was.
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 John Lawrence Sullivan
, Sullivan was defeated (1892) by James J. Corbett in New Orleans.
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 John L. Sullivans's Pub & Restaurant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Happy hour at John L. Sullivans on Monday to Friday is 2pm to 7pm and Noon to 5pm on Satuday and Sunday.
John L. Sullivan's offers a private dining room for parties and special events.
In the spirit of John L. Sullivan, sports are taken very seriously here.
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 Cyber Boxing Zone -- John L. Sullivan
Sullivan was a boxing immortal, the link between bare knuckles and glove fighting, and the first great American sports idol
He was powerful, quick, could hit with either hand but had exceptional strength in his right, and could take punishment; John L. could break a man's jaw with a single punch
Jan 5 John A. "Patsy" Hogan Boston, Ma SCH -This bout was scheduled; The outcome is not known Feb Mike Donovan Boston, Ma EX 4
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 John L. Sullivan
John Lawrence Sullivan - Sullivan, John Lawrence, 1858–1918, American boxer, b.
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"For not in words can it be spoken": John Sullivan Dwight's transcendental music theory and Herman Melville's Pierre; or, the ambiguities.(Critical......
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Sullivan and Smith stood side by side in
Sullivan exhibition, and there was no one to
Sullivan in his dressing was playing his ac-
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 Sullivan, John L.
Sullivan, John L. AELE Expert Witness/Litigation Consultant Listing
Since 1995, owner and president of Sullivan and Associates International.
Received a Certificate of Special United States of America Congressional and Senatorial Recognition for my outstanding and dedicated service as a law enforcement officer.
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 John L. Sullivan
He was powerful, quick, could hit with either hand but had exceptional strength in his right, and could take punishment; He is considered still by some to be one of the best heavyweights ever.
Sullivan then said he would not fight Godfrey
for John L. Sullivan; The outcomes are not known
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 Find in a Library: Portrait of John L. Sullivan
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 Amazon.com: John L. O'Sullivan and His Times: Books: Robert Sampson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Amazon.com: John L. O'Sullivan and His Times: Books: Robert Sampson
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Buy the sheet music for Sullivan at Sheet Music Plus.
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 John L. Sullivan Chevyworld.com
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 Archive Photos: John L Sullivan@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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July 8, 1889 The American bare knuckle boxing champion John L Sullivan won his last bout on this day in 1889 in a Richburg, Mississippi prizefight which lasted an epic seventy-five seconds.
Having previously won his title from Paddy Ryan in 1882, he...
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