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  John Pinkerton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Pinkerton (February, 1758—March 10, 1826 [1]) was a British antiquarian, author, forger, numismatist, pseudo-historian, and early advocate of Germanic racial supremacy theory.
Pinkerton subsequently invented a sequel to this epic, but after he was exposed by Joseph Ritson, he owned up to the forgery.
John Pinkerton's works are seen today as spurious, even ignoring the heavy infusion of extreme racism and Germanic racial supremacy theory.
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 Pinkerton Academy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pinkerton Academy in Derry, New Hampshire, was founded by Major John M. Pinkerton and Elder James Pinkerton.
Pinkerton continued to function as an independent day and boarding school until 1948.
Pinkerton is now the second largest high school in New England, the largest being Brockton High School.
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 John Pinkerton
PINKERTON, JOHN, a voluminous historian and critic, was born at Edinburgh on the 11th February, 1758.
The opening of young Pinkerton’s intellect fell to the charge of an old woman acting as schoolmistress of a village near Edinburgh, and he was afterwards removed to the grammar school of Lanark.
But Pinkerton had a mind too roughly cast for poetry, and it was only when his imitations were mistaken for the rudeness of antiquity that his verses were at all admired.
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 NESDEC- Executive Searches
Pinkerton Academy is run on a daily basis by the Headmaster who reports to a 12-member Board of Trustees made up of mainly Pinkerton alumni and members of the three sending town communities.
Pinkerton Academy was incorporated in 1814 by Major John Pinkerton and Elder James Pinkerton, both "old-time merchants of Londonderry" who gave substantial monies to help start the Academy.
Pinkerton's objectives describe optimal expectations for what our graduates should be, know, do and apply in their daily lives as a result of their experiences in our formal programs of study and support programs and services.
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 Pinkerton Academy History
inkerton Academy was incorporated in 1814 by Major John Pinkerton and Elder James Pinkerton, "old-time merchants of Londonderry." The school, which opened its doors to students on December 4, 1815, was founded for the purpose of promoting piety and virtue and the education of youth in science, languages, and the liberal arts.
During the 1990s, Pinkerton continued preparing for the educational challenges of the 21st century as the value of a traditional education was reexamined.
To accomplish its goal, Pinkerton embraced three fundamental principles: 1) The school's future is built around the strengths of its history and traditions; 2) There is an uncompromised commitment to educational excellence; and 3) There is continuing faith in the democratic way of life.
www.pinkertonacademy.net /Admin/HISTORY.HTM   (480 words)

 NH Public Employee Labor Relations Board - Board Decisions 2005-062
Pinkerton Academy is a public academy which, pursuant to RSA 194:23 III, is required to comply with the standards prescribed by the state board of education which shall be uniform in their application to all schools including public schools and public academies.
Pinkerton teachers are not nominated by the superintendent nor elected by the school boards as set forth in RSA 189:39.
Pinkerton Academy was organized as a non-profit corporation by an act of the legislature in 1814 apparently to accept a donation of real and personal estate from one, John Pinkerton for the support of a "public School or Academy".
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 John T. Brown's Churches of Christ: L. L. Pinkerton by John T. Brown.
William and Elizabeth (Littig) Pinkerton, his parents, have given twelve preachers to the church, viz.: five sons--William, Lewis, Thomas, Samuel, and Elisha; six grandsons--John, Thomas, and William, sons of William; Burnet and James, sons of Lewis; and William, son of Thomas; and one great-grandson, James N. Crutcher, grandson of Lewis.
Pinkerton passed his childhood and youth amid the scenes and ordinary experiences of farm life, in Chester county, Pa., and Brook county, Va., near Bethany, most of the time being spent in "hard, incessant, ill-requited toil." His educational advantages were limited to an irregular attendance at country schools and one year's study at a Seminary.
In the summer of 1840, Dr. Pinkerton became the preacher of the church at New Union, Woodford county, and in October, 1841, minister of the church in Lexington.
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 John Pinkerton (computer designer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Pinkerton (August 2, 1919 – December 22, 1997), pioneering computer designer.
John Pinkerton was the designer of the world's first business computer, the LEO computer, produced by J.
IEE John Pinkerton Lecture, held annually at the IEE in London
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 My Family
The deceased was born in Kosciuska county, Indiana, August 8, 1844, and was united in marriage to John Pinkerton June 9, 1861.
She was married to John Pinkerton on 9 Jun 1861.
She was married to John Marcy on 14 Jan 1712/13 in Woodstock, Windham, CT. Children were: John Marcy, Jerusha Marcy, Israel March, Deborah Marcy, Anne Marcy, Mary Marcy, Experience Marcy.
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 Australian Travel - John Pinkerton Was Born At Edinburgh In February - Page 4 of 180
John Pinkerton Was Born At Edinburgh In February, 1758, And Died In Paris In March, 1826, Aged Sixty-Eight.
John Pinkerton, whom Sir Walter Scott described as "a man of considerable learning, and some severity as well as acuteness of disposition," made clear conscience on the matter in 1786, when he published two volumes of genuine old Scottish Poems from the MS.
Pinkerton abridged and digested most of the travellers' records given in this series, but always studied to retain the travellers' own words, and his occasional comments have a value of their own.
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 Department of Finance
Dr. Pinkerton is an outstanding professor who has taught many different courses at the undergraduate, MBA and doctoral levels.
Pinkerton's teaching experience includes appointments as a Visiting Professor at Northeastern University's School of Public Accounting and numerous management development programs.
Dr. Pinkerton is a member of professional associations such as the American Finance Association, Financial Management Association and the Southern Finance Association.
www.pamplin.vt.edu /finance/Faculty/jmp/index.htm   (337 words)

 Worldwide Pinkerton Researchers
John was born in Tennessee and died in Alabama.
John Edmenson Pinkerton is descended from this branch.
Descendants of Jacob Pinkerton (1849-1917) and Adelia Hamilton (1847-1934).
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 Old Hill Graveyard, Londonderry, NH
John McClinch and Martha his wife who departed this life Nov 12 1788 in the 20th year of her age (4-line poem follows) p5180062 In memory of Mrs.
John McClinch who departed this life July 27th 1801 in the 69th year of her age p5180063 (Mostly unreadable, but the few visible letters seem to read "John McClinch" "76" "24") (John "McClenche" d.
John returned to Ireland and came back in the spring of 1738 bringing his wife and two children, David age five and John age three.
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 John Pinkerton - LoveToKnow 1911
JOHN PINKERTON (1758-1826), Scottish archaeologist, numismatist and author, was born at Edinburgh on the 17th of February 1758.
Pinkerton next collected and printed in 1789 certain Vitae sanctorum scotiae, and, a little later, published his Enquiry into the History of Scotland preceding the Reign of Malcolm III.
His assertion that the Celtic race was incapable of assimilating the highest forms of civilization excited "violent disgust," but the Enquiry was twice reprinted, in 1794 and 1814, and is still of value for the documents embodied in it.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /John_Pinkerton   (539 words)

 about_page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
John Pinkerton started his love for the fantasy and horror genre back with his first viewing of the Universal classic "Frankenstein".
Johns first professional job was makeup assistant on a B budget film named "the Sandman" directed by Jr.
John turned his sculpting talents towards the Garage Kit genre in 1998 when he was contracted to do an original alien bust for a fledgling company.
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 The Campus Chronicle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Connie Pinkerton, assistant director of galleries, is preparing for a 575-mile bike ride to benefit AIDS vaccine research.
Pinkerton’s purposeful bike riding began two years ago when her husband participated in the Washington, D.C. AIDS Ride — a three-day, 330-mile bike ride that raises money for AIDS services in the D.C. area where they used to live.
Pinkerton signed up for the volunteer crew, where she hauled the riders’ baggage and drove a huge Ryder truck from campsite to campsite.
www.thecampuschronicle.com /archive/vol_1/7_27   (426 words)

 QUB John Pinkerton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Prof Pinkerton is primarily involved in managing and contributing to teaching and training at post qualifying and advanced level.
Prof Pinkerton was Head of School from 2001 to August 2005.
Prof Pinkerton's major areas of research interest are young people leaving car, family support, and the impact of research on policy and practice.
www.qub.ac.uk /sw/staff/pinkerton.html   (822 words)

 Geoff Pinkerton's Homepage
John Edmund McClelland married Marion Todd (31 Jul 1876 - 18 Feb 1958), daughter of Oscar Todd (22 Jul 1851 - 9 Jun 1884) and Mary Jane Norman (9 Feb 1853 - 7 Apr 1906).
The Pinkerton part of my family are descendants of my GGG Grandparents John Pinkerton (1820 - 5 Oct 1891) and Margaret (1825 - 22 May 1874), who emigrated from County Antrim, Northern Ireland to New Brunswick, Canada in the late 1840s.
John was a Methodist minister for numerous congregations in the New Brunswick area.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Prairie/6840   (2452 words)

 Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations > Resources
John's police career involved the running and co-ordination of major joint emergency services simulation exercises in preparation for possible major incidents.
With Pinkerton, John has been involved with numerous projects and has specialised in conducting crisis management simulation exercises for clients in a wide range of industries, including pharmaceuticals, food and the water industry.
Jim is highly regarded as an expert witness in court and has been commended for the meticulous care and accuracy of his reports and the clarity of his statements.
www.pinkerton-europe.com /resources_four.htm   (482 words)

 The Dispatch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
"Yes, John, you have," is almost invariably Ramona's reply, be it to a story about John's mining years, his son-in-law who works with classified information or his ancestor's detective agency.
Ramona was the nurse and John's wife, Goldie, was the patient.
John has met much of Ramona's family, including her mother and a 3-year-old niece from Arizona, who loves to visit him.
www.gilroydispatch.com /news/contentview.asp?c=105273   (554 words)

 Allan Pinkerton - LoveToKnow 1911 (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
ALLAN PINKERTON (1819-1884), American detective, was born in Glasgow, Scotland, on the 25th of August 1819.
In February 1861 Pinkerton found evidence of a plot to assassinate President-elect Lincoln upon his arrival in Baltimore on his way to Washington; as a result, Lincoln passed through Baltimore at an early hour in the morning without stopping.
In 1869 Pinkerton suffered a partial stroke of paralysis, and thereafter the management of the detective agency devolved chiefly upon his sons, William Allan (b.
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 Bryan Family History
Martha was born in 1827 in Tennessee and is the daughter of John Stover and Catherine (Garland) Stover.
ED PINKERTON ( is the son of Orvil Henderson Pinkerton and Nancy Ann (Stokes) Pinkerton.
Ralph Pinkerton died on June 14, 1945 on the Island of Mindanao in the Republic of the Phillipines and was buried there at the the Manila American Cemetery in Manila, Republic of the Phillipines.
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 Welcome to Eastside Guitars and Drums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
John is our newest and youngest drum instructor, but he is a multi-instrumentalist, excelling in bass guitar and electric guitar.
All three of John’s current bands are due to release CD’s in the near future.
When he is not playing music, John enjoys watching baseball, drinking coffee, reading, relaxing, and finding new music to listen to.
www.eastsideguitarsanddrums.com /john.php   (97 words)

 John Pinkerton : search word   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
'''John Pinkerton''' (17 February, 1758–10 March, 1826) was a Scottish archaeologist, numismatist, and author.
He was articled as a law clerk in Edinburgh, and his Elegy on Craigmittar Castle was printed in 1776, during his clerkship.
Ritson pointed out in 1784 that the so-called ancient ballads were some of them of modern date, and Pinkerton confessed that he was the author of the second part of Hardy Kanute and part-author of some others.
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 Migrations Project - Individual Display Page
In 1815, John made a trip to Preble County; returned and with six or seven families, Reuben C. and Andrew Weede among them, and with Reverend Alexander Porter, moved to Preble County after freeing their slaves.
John was elected State Representative from Preble County in 1818, and again in 1820 (Republican Party).
John died in 1852, evidently of cerebral thrombosis, and was probably buried in Fairhaven Cemetery, although early historians said it was Hopewell.
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 PINKERTON, JOHN (1758–... - Online Information article about PINKERTON, JOHN (1758–...
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John Woodburn, born 1690 in Antrim, Ireland; died 1723-1800 in Stonington, New London County, CT; married Mary Carr Abt.
John II Winthrop, born 12-Feb-1605/06 in England; died 05-Apr-1676 in Groton, CT. He was the son of 5156.
John Holmes, born 1649 in Newport, Newport County, RI; died 02-Oct-1712 in Newport, Newport County, RI; married (1) Frances Holden 01-Dec-1671; married (2) Mary Sayles 12-Oct-1680 in Newport, Newport County, RI.
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 1758 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
John Cranch, English naturalist and explorer (died 1816)
John M. Vining, U.S. Representative for Delaware (died 736)
September 23 - John FitzPatrick, 1st Earl of Upper Ossory (born 1719)
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 John Pinkerton Exterminator Articles, Secrets And Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Recently he was a Pinkerton security guard in canyon lake.
Pinkerton appeared on the Laos Angele's poetry scene two years ago.
By Murray Pomerania and john skerries 1998 Simon.
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