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  Discovering John Reed by Howard Zinn excerpted from the book Howard Zinn on History
The appearance in 1981 of a Hollywood movie, Reds, in which the main character is a Communist, the journalist John Reed, and is sympathetically portrayed, was startling.
John Reed could not be forgiven by the Establishment (nor even by some of its critics, like Walter Lippmann and Eugene O'Neill) for refusing to separate art and insurgency, for being not only rebellious in his prose but imaginative in his activism.
John Reed's body was buried near the Kremlin wall as a hero.
www.thirdworldtraveler.com /Zinn/John_Reed_HZOH.html   (2160 words)

  
 Biography of John Penn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The delegates not only performed legislative duties; they had to act as financial and purchasing agents, as reporters of happenings in the country, and as the responsible officials to tie the remote colony to the life of the new nation.
William Hooper took that course; Joseph Hewes died; Penn was left the sole member of the three who signed the Declaration of Independence for North Carolina.
John Penn's character, his energy, his keen mind, and his loyalty were all used for the benefit of North Carolina and the new nation.
members.aol.com /pennroots/PENNjohnbio.html   (1160 words)

  
 John Hanson
John Hanson was born in Charles County, Maryland in 1715 and died in Oxen Hills, Prince George County, Maryland on November 22, 1783.
John Hanson was elected a delegate to the United States in Congress Assembled in 1780 and served until his death in 1783.
Delegate Hanson understood this and was instrumental in persuading the Maryland Legislature to ratify the Articles of Confederation, The new Congress of November 1781 rewarded Hanson for this service by electing him President on November 5, 1781.
www.johnhanson.net   (5507 words)

  
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1807), daughter of Judge John Williams; and began to practice law.
In 1790, he presented a bust of John Paul Jones, by the artist Jean Antoine Houdon, to the state of North Carolina.
Montpelier was the home of his father-in-law, John Williams.
www.lib.unc.edu /mss/inv/b/Burton,Robert   (870 words)

  
 Going to the Mat: February 2006
Williams dissects the cozy relationship between school management and textbook and educational software vendors, drawing a picture where the wining and dining of school officials often leads to the purchase of materials that will not help students learn.
Williams does not fault the unions for this mindset, after all, unions have their dues paying constituents, but we should not be deluded into thinking that just because unions say they are helping kids, doesn’t mean they are.
Williams includes "12 Rules to Help Parents Take Back Their Schools" (republished below), which is supremely helpful and should be posted on the refrigerator, the bathroom mirror, the desk and the computer of each and every parent worried about the quality of their kids' education and the incompetence of the adults in the system.
mattjohnston.blogspot.com /2006_02_01_mattjohnston_archive.html   (10107 words)

  
 Early Descendants of John Williams, Hanover Co., Virginia
John Williams was born 26 January 1679 in Llangollen, Wales.
John Williams, a Revolution War officer, whom was married to Elizabeth Williamson, sister of Nathaniel's wife Mary Ann.
John Williams did not have a son named John, at least any that survived infancy.] Note: There is a possibility that there was one more son, named Howell Williams, born to John and Susannah.
www.usgennet.org /usa/mo/county/stlouis/williams   (7041 words)

  
 JOHN BROWN GORDON
John Brown Gordon was descended from an ancient Scottish lineage that arose in the twelfth century.
John Brown Gordon served as one of Robert E. Lee's most trusted General's during the Civil War and as governor of Georgia from 1886 to 1890.
ANCESTRY OF JOHN B. John B. Gordon was a descendent of John George Gordon, one of seven brothers who came to Charleston, South Carolina in 1724.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/5917/JOHNBRN.HTM   (2640 words)

  
 Mutch Family Tree
John and Hannah had 10 children that we are aware of.
John died in July 1781 and was buried at the Parish Church of Bidston 29 July 1781.
John and Jane had two children that we are aware of.
members.tripod.com /~tree_tops/mutch.html   (443 words)

  
 Business
John Abercrombie Merritt served on both the Escambia County Commission and Pensacola City Council and was one of the founding members of the Pensacola Area Chamber of Commerce.
William’s grandfather Dr. Robert Robson was born in Scotland and educated as a physician at Edinburgh’s Royal Academy of Medicine.
William died when Mary Lou was 3 years-old, and Pauline returned to Pensacola where she worked in Rew’s Music Store on Garden Street just West of Palafox Street.
www.stjohnshistoriccemetery.com /pensacolas_heritages/business.htm   (10214 words)

  
 Vignette: John Conna
John Newington Conna, a pivotal figure in the early development and history of Tacoma and the Pacific Northwest, was born a “free man of color” in San Augustine, Texas, but raised in New Orleans.
In 1890 he was elected President of Tacoma’s John Brown Republican Club and later in the year he became President of the Washington State Protective League at its convention in Tacoma.
In 1896 Conna was a delegate to the National Republican Convention in St. Louis.
faculty.washington.edu /qtaylor/aa_Vignettes/conna_john.htm   (354 words)

  
 Hypothetical Descendants of John Williams
Note: the children of John of Montgomery are mostly from Gwynedd marriage records.
WILLIAMS was born in Wales, and died in Montgomery twp., Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co., PA. He married (1) MARY EVANS Abt.
The John Williams who marries Catherine Edwards, widow, at Gwynedd in 1714 is of Montgomery, so probably not this one.
www.gwyneddfriends.org /williams.htm   (3720 words)

  
 General John Jay Jackson
General John Jay Jackson of Wood County was a delegate to the Richmond Convention, where he voted against secession from the Union.
One son, John Jay, Jr., was appointed a federal judge, while another, Jacob Beeson Jackson, became the sixth governor of West Virginia.
Diane Williams, a descendant, has advised us that her name was "Jeannie" and that her grandchildren referred to her as "Mussie." She is listed as "Jeannie" on her marriage record to Preston Brooks Tobin (Wes Cockran Parkersburg Marriage which state she was age 20 - b.
www.eg.bucknell.edu /~hyde/jackson/JohnJJackson.html   (1390 words)

  
 Hart Williams Biographical
The Williams are, thus far, one for one legislatively, bringing a perfect record to the table.
Williams grew up as the son of a Forest Service Engineer and an RN.
Williams tends to succeed at what he sets his mind to do.
www.hartwilliams.com /hd8/bio.htm   (446 words)

  
 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Williams, J.
Williams, John McKeown Snow (1818-1886) — of Massachusetts.
Williams — of Harrellsville, Hertford County, N.C. Born in
Delegate to North Carolina provincial congress, 1775; served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
politicalgraveyard.com /bio/williams5.html   (1346 words)

  
 Lawyer and Lumberman
John Whipple, Jr., who was one of the prominent men in Providence colony, and had held nearly every office in town, from constable to town clerk and moderator of the Town Meeting...
John Whipple Junior and John Whipple Senior chosen to Serue upon a Grand Jury at a Generll:Curt of Tryalls to be held at newport...
Williams stated on 17 November 1677, "I consented to John Smith, Miller, at Dorchester [banished also] to go with me." He was given the exclusive right to operate a gristmill on north Mill Street as long as he provided satisfactory service in grinding corn for the townsmen.
www.whipple.org /charles/johnandjonathan   (17369 words)

  
 About Me   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
John Hope Bryant has served as goodwill ambassador to the U.S. for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva, Switzerland, and on May 4, 1998, became the first African-American in history to be knighted by German nobility and the royal House of Lippe.
John Hope Bryant was born on February 6th, 1966, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, California, and resides in Los Angeles with his wife Mrs.
On May 18th, 2001, John Hope Bryant was selected by the United Nations to serve as a delegate, speaker and co-leader of an official State of California delegation to the UNCTAD III Global Conference on Least Developed Countries, held in Brussels, Belgium.
www.johnhopebryant.com /about.html   (3309 words)

  
 William Williams
Elected State Legislator, delegate to colonial conferences, 1775; Elected to Continental Congress, 1776-77; Delegate to the Connecticut convention to ratify the federal Constitution, 1785; Judge of the Windham County Courthouse.
His biography notes that William Williams was a successful merchant, but it is difficult to imagine when he found the time.
Williams spent his remaining years as a County Court judge.
www.ushistory.org /declaration/signers/williams.htm   (247 words)

  
 CNN.com - Survey: Kerry has delegates for nomination  - Mar 15, 2004
The number of delegates Kerry has is expected to climb before then as he meets and strategizes with Democrats.
Washington, D.C., Mayor Anthony Williams is holding off on a Kerry endorsement until he can discuss District of Columbia statehood and voting rights issues with the senator, according to the mayor's spokesman.
According to his campaign, Edwards was not releasing his delegates for "technical reasons," primarily to ensure that his delegates go to Kerry.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/03/11/nomination/index.html   (919 words)

  
 John Williams, Signer of the Articles of Confederation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Williams, Jon Williams) is regarded as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.
John Williams was a delegate from North Carolina.
As were nearly all of the Founding Fathers, John Williams was a Protestant.
www.adherents.com /people/pw/John_Williams.html   (188 words)

  
 Settlement in Ohio
John Warner, son of Isaac and Mary Warner, who was born at High Bank, Ross County, on July 12, 1798, was, so far as can be determined, the first Quaker child born northwest of the Ohio River.
Dew and Howard were joined by Aaron Brown, the delegate of the Trent Monthly Meeting of Jones County, North Carolina.
Then, in 1803, just a few months after Ohio became a state, the two men laid out the village of Mount Pleasant, which was known for some time by its nickname "Jesse-Bob Town." For several years the village remained rather dormant with only a few log houses indicating its existence.
www.drwilliams.org /iDoc/Web-63.htm   (3044 words)

  
 =Motion to Dismiss=
Attorney John Dunsmoor visited me at the Denver County Jail and advised me he was a former Chicago FBI Special Agent.
While I remained in the Denver County Jail, I had several more discussions with attorney John Dunsmoor, who still stated that he was certain he could prevent me from being transported to Chicago, and that he would make the necessary arrangements as soon as he received his fee.
Court-appointed attorney William J. Stevens later told me this was an effort to keep me "lost in the system" while the U.S. Attorney's Office decided what charges to indict me on, utilizing evidence seized from my home at the time of my arrest.
www.kmf.org /williams/mtd.html   (1422 words)

  
 Biography MC-Thinking of Home John Shreve "Songs and Stories of the American West" American Folk
Over the years, John Shreve has worked in a bread factory, in a library, as a printer's assistant, a teacher, a dishwasher, a street musician, an English teacher, a janitor, a tour guide, a translator and at any number of other odd jobs.
John Prine was born on October 10, 1949 in Maywood, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.
John Proffitt, Frank‘s grandfather, had gone from North Carolina to Tennessee to fight for the North as a member of the 13 th Tennessee Cavalry, USA.
www.john-shreve.de /biography.html   (14811 words)

  
 Bush book: Chapter -11-
That other Texan was John Connally, who had played the role of Bush's nemesis in the elections just concluded by virtue of the encouragement and decisive support which Connally had given to the Bentsen candidacy.
The General Assembly was the scene of a jubilant demonstration led by third world delegates over the fact that Red China had been admitted, and even more so that the US had been defeated.
It may also be relevant that the Mayor of New York City during these years was John V. Lindsay, a Yale graduate and Skull and Bones member, with whom Bush had dealings on matters of police and security policy affecting the UN diplomatic community.
www.kmf.org /williams/bushbook/bush11.html   (12658 words)

  
 John Hart
In 1775 he was appointed to the local Committee of Safety, the Committee of Correspondence, and a judge to the Court of Common Pleas.
He was elected to the newly formed Provincial Congress of New Jersey in 1776, and sent as a delegate for New Jersey to the Continental Congress that year.
Hart's property was looted in the course of the war.
www.ushistory.org /declaration/signers/hart.htm   (305 words)

  
 continental and colonial currency
Maryland Delegate to the Continental Congress and Signer of the United States Constitution
On the reverse is the signed endorsement of John Clowes, Jr.
ADS, Lebanon (Connecticut), April 6, 1774 to John Lawrence, Esq., Treasurer of the Colony about reimbursement for the transportation of a woman “greatly infected with the foul disease.” “Wm.
www.macsoldpapermoney.com /money.htm   (1608 words)

  
 IMDiversity.com - Inside The Hopi Navajo Land Dispute From The Hopi Perspective: An Investigative Report - Part Two
These few Navajo individuals who call themselves resisters, with the help of outside agitators, blatantly refuse to respect and abide by the laws of the Hopi Tribe.
John Benally's threat to shoot anyone who tried to stop the Sundance from continuing was determined to be serious.
Hart Williams was the only person who was both a delegate to the 2000 Democratic National Convention, and a reporter with the Independent Media Center, covering the Convention for the Los Angeles Free Press as "Ed Waldo." He has written professionally since 1976.
www.hartwilliams.com /imdpart2.htm   (2053 words)

  
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0 0 0 0 STATE CONVENTION DELEGATE Vote For Not More Than 29 LORETTA AXE.
11 100.00 11 0 0 STATE CONVENTION DELEGATE Vote For Not More Than 29 LORETTA AXE.
12 100.00 12 0 0 STATE CONVENTION DELEGATE Vote For Not More Than 29 LORETTA AXE.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
5,882 STATE CONVENTION DELEGATE DISTRICT 4 Vote For Not More Than 4 STATE CONVENTION DELEGATE DISTRICT 11 AMY B. 563 33.61 Vote For Not More Than 4 SHERRY A. Total.
1,675 STATE CONVENTION DELEGATE DISTRICT 5 Vote For Not More Than 2 JANICE D. Total.
3,966 STATE CONVENTION DELEGATE DISTRICT 8 Vote For Not More Than 5 RONALD (RON) WEST.
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