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  1861 Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
February 9 - American Civil War: Jefferson Davis is elected the Provisional President of the Confederate States of America by the Confederate convention at Montgomery, Alabama.
July 25 - American Civil War: The Crittenden-Johnson Resolution is passed by the U.S. Congress stating that the war is being fought to preserve the Union and not to end slavery.
States and Territories of Australia(1) from 1861 to 1992.
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The Legislative Assembly met according to the constitution on July 5, 1858 to chose United States Senators and to inaugurate the state governor, secretary of state, and treasurer.
Oregon became a state on February 14, 1859 and the state's first legislative session, a special session, was held in May, 1859.
Although it originally included the governor, secretary of state, and treasurer, the composition of this powerful board has been revised over the years; the current board has seventeen members: the president of the senate, speaker of the House, chairpersons of the Joint Committee on Ways and Means, and six Senate, and seven House members.
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 State of the Union Address | James Buchanan | December 6, 1858
In this they state that they "are firmly impressed with the belief that the presence of the Army here and the large additional force that had been ordered to this Territory were the chief inducements that caused the Mormons to abandon the idea of resisting the authority of the United States.
This state of affairs was brought to a crisis in May last by the promulgation of a decree levying a contribution pro rata upon all the capital in the Republic between certain specified amounts, whether held by Mexicans or foreigners.
The public expenditures during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858, amounted to $81,585,667.76, of which $9,684,537.99 were applied to the payment of the public debt and the redemption of Treasury notes with the interest thereon, leaving in the Treasury on July 1, 1858, being the commencement of the present fiscal year, $6,398,316.10.
stateoftheunion.onetwothree.net /texts/18581206.html   (13057 words)

 Alphabetical List of All Civil War Records held by the New York State Library
A list of names of the sick and wounded of the 115th Regiment is also included.
These papers include correspondence with government and military leaders at both the state and federal levels; orders and documents concerning enrollment quotas, vouchers and requisitions for military equipment and supplies; contracts for military clothing; proceedings of court-martial cases at Fort Hamilton, and coast and harbor defense survey report.
Listings include, rank, company, nature of illness or wound, hospital admission, and date of return to active duty, discharge from service or death.
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  Most Endangered Properties :: The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the grand depot played an integral role in the history of Kittitas County and in the lives of the men and women who built Ellensburg.
The listings were in response to the church’s plans to demolish its historic building and replace it with a 33-story office tower that would include church functions on street and subsurface levels as well as a health club and parking facilities for the adjacent Rainier Club.
Listed as endangered in 2005, the Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center (VAMC) is located on the grounds of what was once Fort Walla Walla, one of the oldest military posts established in the Pacific Northwest.
www.wa-trust.org /MostEndangered/watch_list.htm   (5666 words)

 World Almanac for Kids
ILLINOIS, one of the East North Central states of the U.S., bordered on the N by Wisconsin, on the NE by Lake Michigan, on the E by Indiana, on the S by Kentucky, and on the W by Missouri and Iowa.
The state usually leads the nation in mining fluorite and also is a notable producer of cement, peat, clay, lead, zinc, natural gas, copper, gemstones, and tripoli (a type of diatomaceous earth).
The present boundaries of Illinois were established on Dec. 3, 1818, when it became the 21st state of the Union; the remainder of the Illinois Territory was attached to that of Michigan.
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 USA-Presidents.Info - James Buchanan Second State of the Union Address   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
In this they state that they "are firmly impressed with the belief that the presence of the Army here and the large additional force that had been ordered to this Territory were the chief inducements that caused the Mormons to abandon the idea of resisting the authority of the United States.
This state of affairs was brought to a crisis in May last by the promulgation of a decree levying a contribution pro rata upon all the capital in the Republic between certain specified amounts, whether held by Mexicans or foreigners.
The public expenditures during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858, amounted to $81,585,667.76, of which $9,684,537.99 were applied to the payment of the public debt and the redemption of Treasury notes with the interest thereon, leaving in the Treasury on July 1, 1858, being the commencement of the present fiscal year, $6,398,316.10.
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 Minnesota Senate FAQ
The Consent Calendar is a list of Senate and House bills placed there by a recommendation of a standing committee that considered the bills to be non-controversial.
It is a list showing the Senate and House bill numbers, authors, titles, committee action, and any other action that has taken place on all bills that have been favorably reported out of a committee and received their second reading.
Bills are taken up in the order of their listing on General Orders, unless the chief author is out of the chamber or unless the chief author feels, for various reasons, that it is not the proper time to present the bill.
www.senate.leg.state.mn.us /general/senfaq.htm   (10853 words)

 Socialism and The Welfare State
The “various corporations," says Rostovtzeff, "were more like minor supervisors of their own concerns on behalf of the state than their owners; they were themselves in bondage to the officials of the various departments, and to the commanders of the various military units.
When most of the socialist leaders of the Second International rallied to their national governments in 1914, Lenin denounced them as traitors to the cause and sought to lay the groundwork for a new organization of revolutionary Socialists.
Moreover, this total state must be controlled by the equivalent of Plato's guardians, a Party of ideocrats that incarnates rationality in an administrative apparatus.
lamar.colostate.edu /~grjan/socialismprimer.html   (9516 words)

 History of , Utah
One reason for the refusal of Congress to grant statehood to Deseret was the lack of 60,000 eligible voters required for admission as a state.
In January 1867 the legislature petitioned Congress to repeal the Morrill Act and, in the words of LDS historian Andrew Jenson, "prayed for admission into the Union as a State." Neither objective was achieved.
At the general election on November 5, 1895, the new constitution was ratified, and state officials and state legislators were elected.
www.onlineutah.com /statehoodchronology.shtml   (1912 words)

 2006 CAMPAIGN TIP SHEETS: Illinois State Profile
The list starts with Charles Dawes, a 30-year-old lawyer sent to Chicago by Hanna to manage McKinley's campaign--later he was a World War I general, the first Budget Bureau (now Office of Management and Budget) director, and vice president under Calvin Coolidge.
Illinois was not a target state in 2004, and it voted pretty much as it did in 2000--55%-44% for John Kerry, with Kerry leading in metro Chicago 60%-39% and Bush leading Downstate 55%-45%.
Ryan's top aides in the Secretary of State office were implicated in a bribery scandal; Ryan prudently decided not to run for reelection in 2002 and after leaving office was indicted in December 2003.
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 Tunisia (06/07)
President Bourguiba was the first Arab leader to call for the recognition of Israel, in a speech in Jericho in 1965.
The United States and Tunisia concluded a bilateral investment treaty in 1990 and an agreement to avoid double taxation in 1989.
The Department of State encourages all U.S citizens who traveling or residing abroad to register via the State Department's travel registration website or at the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate abroad.
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 Dept. of State: International Information Programs: Publications - Introduction to Human Rights - "We Hold These Truths ...
No state went so far as to permit universal male suffrage, and even in those states that permitted all taxpayers to vote, office-holders were required to own a certain amount of property.
Congress also passed the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, which states that "all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the States wherein they reside.
Gradually, women were allowed to speak in public, and individual states adopted laws enabling women to own property in their own names, to keep their earnings, and to retain custody of their children in cases of divorce.
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 Chronicles of Oklahoma
Captain Marcy stated that two miles west of Skullyville were the forks of three roads: the left hand road was to Fort Washita; the right hand, to Edward's Trading House and Fort Holmes on Little River in the Creek Nation; the middle road was followed by the California wagon train.
A copy of the official list of Butterfield Stations operating in the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations in 1858 was furnished the writer in correspondence with Mr.
The period of the war between the States saw the discontinuance of the regular postal service and stage lines throughout the Indian Territory, though the names and locations of the old Butterfield Stations over the road from Fort Smith to Red River were remembered many years after the War.
digital.library.okstate.edu /Chronicles/v011/v011p0798.html   (8673 words)

 ESP :: Eastern State Penitentiary Website
Many leaders believe that crime is the result of environment, and that solitude will make the criminal regretful and penitent (hence the new word, Penitentiary).
Eastern State’s arched cell blocks and central rotunda are transformed into a mental institution in the movie 12 Monkeys, with Brad Pitt.
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site celebrates the tenth season of tours by opening several dramatic new vistas in the prison's cathedral-like cellblocks, and by introducing of a state-of-the-art "Voices of Eastern State" Audio Tour.
www.easternstate.org /history/index.php   (2137 words)

 1858   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-11)
May 11 - Minnesota is admitted as the 32nd U.S. state.
I had never heard of J.G. Farrell or The Siege of Krishnapur until one day I was scanning a list of winner of England's Booker Prize and I noticed that Siege was out-of-print in America.
In 1856, Flashy is once again dragooned - this time not as a direct result of some peccadillo on his part - by Palmerston himself to go to India and keep an eye on possibly mutiny brewing there, fomented by Flashy's old nemesis, Count Ignatieff.
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In a work such as this history should be preserved the list made by Bourke, himself too modest to include his own name, of the officers to whom large credit is due for the effective work of the early '70's.
The army of the United States has no reason to be ashamed of the men who wore its uniform during the dark and troubled period of Arizona's history; they were grand men; they had their faults as many other people have, but they never flinched from danger or privation.
The first permanent occupation of the present land of Arizona by the military authority of the United States was at Fort Defiance, near the eastern edge of the present Navajo reservation.
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Mandela, Nelson - A leader in the fight against South Africa's racial policies of apartheid, Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years and then became president of South Africa in 1994.
Golda Meir (1898-1978), born in Kiev, Russia, was a founder of the state of Israel and served as its labor minister, foreign minister, and then prime minister from 1969-1974.
She was elected to the House of Commons in 1959, elected leader of the Conservative Party in 1975, became Prime Minister in 1979, and went on to become the longest serving British prime minister of the 20th century.
cbae.nmsu.edu /~dboje/teaching/338/great_leaders_list.htm   (2023 words)

 List of state leaders in 1928 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Timothy Michael Healy, Governor-General of the Irish Free State (1922-1928)
Prime Minister - W.T. Cosgrave, President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State (1922-1932)
United States - Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States (1923-1929)
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 Alabama Legislative History Overview
Thus, the six-year period of "radical reconstruction" is often defined by the eye of the beholder: either the era of Black enfranchisement, and passage of the 13th and 14th Amendments to the United States Constitution, or the "tragic" era of military occupation, corruption and a ballooning state debt.
The list is impressive, encompassing a virtual litany of leaders throughout Alabama history.
The list goes on: George Washington Owen, who at the age of 24, was the youngest Speaker of the House; Arthur Pendleton Bagby, the only Speaker of the House to serve under two political parties - first as a Whig, then during the rise of Jacksonian Democracy, as a Democrat.
www.legislature.state.al.us /misc/history/histoverview.html   (1241 words)

 Frequently Asked Historical Questions
Except for the consuls appointed to the Barbary States of North Africa (who enjoyed quasi-diplomatic status when Muslim countries did not maintain permanent missions abroad), U.S. consuls received no salary and were expected to earn their livings from private trade or from fees charged for official services.
He served as Deputy Secretary of State (the number two position in the Deparatment) from January 27 to November 8, 1973, and was the son of pioneering Foreign Service Officer Clifton R. Wharton.
As Secretary of State, she is the highest ranking official of the Department.
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 Guide and Index to Lists of Rulers
One motivation is that history is often not taught anymore in terms of dynasties and rulers, since this is thought (by an academic elite comfortably supported by the taxpayers) to be too elitist and too removed from the life of the people.
The arrangement of these lists thus follows Bryce's principle of universalist ideology, centering on Rome but extending to similar to ideas outside of the Roman world.
The states from Mediaeval Romania, among the poorest in Europe, struggle, not just with the heritage of Communism, but with the cultural and political puzzles of their own underdevelopment.
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 Danites - KS-Cyclopedia - 1912
In the Lincoln-Douglas campaign of 1858 the name Danites was given by the Douglas Democrats to the administration or Buchanan Democrats as upholding the Utah rebellion.
203) states that "The invasions of the 30th of March and the continued threatening and armed demonstrations of the Missourians suggested to the free-state men some kind of military organization for self defense.
From this communication it may be seen that Gen. Lane was prominent in the society, and the tone of the despatch indicates that the Danites were about to inaugurate an offensive campaign of some kind, as artillery, ammunition and baggage wagons constitute some of the paraphernalia of an aggressive movement.
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 The Last Habsburgs - Olga's Gallery
In 1848, in the midst of great European revolutions, which effected Austria as well, the emperor's sister-in-law, archduchess Sophie, a clever, energetic and ambitious woman, “the only man in the imperial family” used the situation to make Ferdinand abdicate in favor of his nephew and her son Franz Josef (Francis Joseph), who was only 18.
Influenced by his mother the emperor reasserted his claim to rule as an absolute monarch; the policy of bureaucratic centralization was again reverted to; and a close alliance was signed with the church to combat liberal progress.
To much distaste of Sophie, Elisabeth had contacts with the leaders of the Hungarian opposition and she managed to influence Franz's attitude towards the Hungarian problems.
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An 1858 statute gave the Supreme Court the authority to conduct examinations for licensure by means of exam committees.
The State Bar seeks to educate its membership and the public on the activities of the State Bar by conducting outreach and in-service programs, supporting participation in professional associations, and participating in educational projects.
The Alabama State Bar agrees to allow the staff of the State Records Commission or the Examiners of Public Accounts to examine the condition of the permanent records maintained in the custody of the agency and to inspect records destruction documentation.
www.archives.state.al.us /officials/rdas/statebar.html   (6554 words)

 Bambooweb: 1858
1855 1856 1857 - 1858 - 1859 1860 1861
May 11 - Minnesota is admitted as the 32nd U.S. state.
July 29 - United States and Japan sign the Harris Treaty.
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 Palestina vs Israel - THE TRUTH
Their report stated, "The commissioners began their study of Zionism with minds predisposed in its favor...The fact came out repeatedly in the Commission's conferences with Jewish representatives that the Zionists looked forward to a practically complete dispossession of the present non-Jewish inhabitants of Palestine, by various forms of purchase...
The state of Israel then refused to allow them to return and either destroyed their villages entirely or expropriated their land, orchards, houses, businesses and personal possessions for the use of the Jewish population.
This was the birth of the state of Israel.
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