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  Illinois - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The state is named for the Illinois River which was named by French explorers after the indigenous Illiniwek people, a consortium of Algonquian tribes that thrived in the area.
According to the 2000 census, the state population center was 41.278216° N 88.380238° W in Grundy County northeast of Mazon.
The Illinois State Board of Education or ISBE, autonomous of the governor and the state legislature, administers public education in the state.
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 List of state leaders in 1869 - Biocrawler
List of state leaders in 1869 - Biocrawler
List of state leaders in 1868 - Events of 1869 - List of state leaders in 1870 - State leaders by year
Andrew Johnson, President of the United States (1865-1869)
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 Facts - Office of Cultural & Historical Programs
Jones was a leader in the Democrat Party after the Civil War.
The building was one of the first modern office blocks in the city and represents the early 20th-century optimism of the city business leaders.
The shipwreck was one of the most complete examples of a 16th century Spanish galleon and was one of only four wrecks from the 16th century found in United States waters at the time of its nomination to the National Register.
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 State Library Publications List
State Library publications are available in paper and microform as noted below.
State Library publications are available in alternate format upon request.
Alphabetical lists of company commanders with muster rolls, of counties containing company commanders with muster rolls, and of Texas Confederate soldiers.
www.tsl.state.tx.us /pubs/tslpublist.html   (1172 words)

  
 Phi Gamma Delta's Political Leaders
We note territorial, state, provincial and federal supreme court judges, attorney generals, legislators, cabinet members, constitutional convention delegates, and presidential electors.
State and federal political party positions and national convention delegates are also included.
George, Russell L. (Colorado State 1968) State Representative 1992-2000, State Speaker of the House 1999, Colorado.
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 Alphabetical list of Campus Colleges | Careers & Education
Boston University is a private urban research university, established in 1869.
Founded in 1956, California State Northridge University is home to almost 34,000...
Founded in 1933, Mountain State University is an institute which has successfully...
www.careersandeducation.com /alphabetical-list-of-traditional-universities   (2833 words)

  
 hannover-l - Monatsdigest 1998-03
Hannover the state was first an electorate of the Holy Roman Empire from 1692 to 1806.
After WWII it was briefly reestablished as a state, and then combined with some smaller states (Oldenburg, Braunschweig, and Schaumburg-Lippe) to form the German state of Niedersachsen.
As I understand it, my great grandfather was born in the state of Hanover in 1812, which you indicate later became a kingdom.
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  India
The bill's supporters stated that its aim was to curb the use of Muslim institutions by Islamic fundamentalist terrorist groups, but the measure remains a controversial political issue among religious groups in the northern part of the country.
The Gujarat state government and the police were criticized for failing to stop the violence, and in some cases participating in or encouraging it.
The local leader of the VHP stated that he had no regrets over the incident and that the life of a cow was worth more than that of five Dalits.
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United States, 511 U.S. A historical examination of the right to bear arms, from English antecedents to the drafting of the Second Amendment, bears proof that the right to bear arms has consistently been, and should still be, construed as an individual right.
It is absurd that a boilerplate state court divorce order can collaterally and automatically extinguish a law-abiding citizen's Second Amendment rights, particularly when neither the judge issuing the order, nor the parties nor their attorneys are aware of the federal criminal penalties arising from firearm possession after entry of the restraining order.
United States Gypsum Co., 438 U.S. However, eliminating the mens rea requirement is such a fundamental departure from longstanding principles of criminal law that courts have demanded an indication of legislative intent to do so.
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 It's a Fact: Iowa State University   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Iowa State University has the world's largest concentration of faculty involved in sustainable agriculture, and it was the first to offer a doctoral degree in sustainable agriculture.
The Plant Sciences Institute, which encompasses nine research centers, is building on Iowa State's expertise in the fundamental plant sciences and is a key component in the growth of the agricultural biotechnology industry in Iowa.
Iowa State is also home to the largest public art on campus collection at any college or university in the nation.
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 [CTRL] [15a] Treason in America -- From Aaron Burr to Averell
By 1869, the Tweed group had possession of the mayor, the common council, the district attorney, the municipal judges, the legislature at Albany, and even the governor of the Empire State.
State Chairman Schell was a close friend of Commodore Vanderbilt, and would serve as Vanderbilt's broker, financial manager and representative on corporate boards for the next two decades.
In stating this argument in favor of freedom, "peacefully if we can, forcibly if we must," let me not be misunderstood....(31) New York in Wartime The city council rejected Wood's proposal for treason, and it may be said with confidence that the vast majority of New Yorkers, merchants and workers, were loyal to the Union.
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 SSC - TEKS and TAKS - TEKS Glossary - Grade 5
In 1866, ten of the eleven Confederate states refused to ratify, but the Military Reconstruction Act, passed by Congress on March 2, 1867, required all seceded states to ratify the amendment as a condition of their readmission into the union, and to extend the right to vote to the freedmen.
In 1868, the required number of states ratified the 14th Amendment which declared that all persons born in the United States (except Indians) were citizens, that all citizens were entitled to equal rights regardless of their race, and their rights were protected by due process of the law.
Representation is proportional to each state's population in the House of Representatives while states have equal representation in the Senate.
www.tea.state.tx.us /ssc/teks_and_taas/teks/gloss5.htm   (3943 words)

  
 List of United States military history events Information
The second Barbary War was declared against the United States by the Dey of Algiers of the Barbary states, an act not reciprocated by the United States.
Four United States vessels demonstrated and landed various parties (one of 200 marines and sailors) to discourage piracy and the slave trade along the Ivory Coast, and to punish attacks by the natives on American seamen and shipping.
Invasion of Dominican Republic The United States intervened to protect lives and property during a Dominican revolt and sent 20,000 US troops as fears grew that the revolutionary forces were coming increasingly under Communist control.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/List_of_United_States_military_history_events   (9014 words)

  
 the great Indian leaders   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gandhi was born in Porbandar in the present state of Gujarat on October 2, 1869, and educated in law at University College, London.
Although he was himself a member of the Vaisya (merchant) caste, Gandhi was the great leader of the movement in India dedicated to eradicating the unjust social and economic aspects of the caste system.
Maintaining innocence, she charged the conviction was part of an attempt to remove her from office and, instead of resigning, declared a national state of emergency on June 26.
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 Politics1 - Guide to American Political Parties
It appears a few state NLP groups are still functioning as of 2006, with the Ohio NLP remaining the most active one.
For 2004, former Democratic State Senator Walt Brown of Oregon is the SPUSA Presidential nominee.
WWP Presidential nominee Monica Moorehead was on the ballot in 12 states in 1996 (29,100 votes - 0.03%) -- and was again the WWP's Presidential nominee in 2000 (ballot status in 4 states - 4,795 votes - 10th place - 0.004%).
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 The legal status of National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
Be constituted on the territory of an independent State where the Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field is in force.
For instance, thought may have to be given to the definition of an independent State, the case of National Societies in exile in relation to the requirement that they must “be constituted on the territory of a State” and questions related to the succession of States, especially in the context of the former Yugoslavia.
The 1973 resolution states that a Society wishing to change its statutes on points relating to the conditions for recognition and admission shall submit such changes to the ICRC and the League and shall take their recommendations into account.
www.icrc.org /Web/Eng/siteeng0.nsf/iwpList126/A5140746BE000F2CC1256B66005F366E   (7667 words)

  
 History of BY High from 1869 to 1903
Brigham Young High School is a direct descendent of a private school, the Timpanogos Branch of the University of Deseret, which began in 1869 under the direction of Warren and Wilson Dusenberry.
Another early list included the names of 59 students, presumably in the 1876-1877 academic year.
Church and state officials from the entire territory were present on January 4, 1892, when it was dedicated.
www.byhigh.org /History/HistoryDecades/From1869to1903.html   (2777 words)

  
 1869
The season is.....com & the 1869 Cincinnati Reds..
1869 is a common year starting on Friday.....1869 in art..
...Between 1869 and the early 1930s, over 100,000 children were sent to Canada from Great.....Home Children (1869-1930) "Immigrant children from Dr. Barnardo's Homes at Landing Stage..
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 Freedom Paper No. 4: Independent Judiciary
Because the United States is a federal rather than a unitary system, the 50 states (roughly equivalent to provinces elsewhere) are not dependent on the central government for their powers.
States are free to structure their judicial systems as they choose.
The constitutional provision stating that federal judges shall hold their positions "during good behavior" was one of the first items to be agreed upon by the delegates to the U.S. Constitutional Convention.
usinfo.state.gov /products/pubs/archive/freedom/freedom4.htm   (8511 words)

  
 homepage\geopolitical issues   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Arab states mobilized their troops and closed the Straits of Titan at the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba where Israel's port of Elath is located.
The ring leaders were hanged and tribal chiefs were allowed to register tribal lands as personal possession, and were welcomed into the Iranian ruling elite, in return for making sure their tribes obeyed the government.
Five sea passages in the Middle East are of geostrategic significance; the Suez Canal, the Turkish Straits (Dardanelles and Bosporus), Strait of Hormuz, Bab el-Mandeb, and the Strait of Tiran, have all figured predominantly in news in recent decades.
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 Chronicles of Oklahoma
It was listed as "fl-tail" buckskin and was assumed to be from the Rocky Mountain country.
Among the Kiowa leaders, easily the most prominent at that time was Stumbling Bear, who was the last surviving signer of the Medicine.
He was a prominent member of the Agency community before the opening of the Comanche-Kiowa lands and he was recognized as a community leader even after that community was superseded by the municipality of Anadarko in the early years of the 20th Century, serving for years as president of one of the local banks.
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 History Resources on the Web
Report of the Advisory Committee on Historical Diplomatic Documentation to the United States Department of State -- Report for 1996 on the status of historic foreign-policy documents in the U.S. State Department.
United States Historical Census Data Browser -- Detailed country and state-level ecological or descriptive data for the United States for the years 1790 to 1970 are contained in this collection.
Foreign Relations of the United States: Electronic Facsimile, 1900-1901, 1903-1918 -- This is a searchable version of the original text for the Foreign Relations of the United States volumes for the period, 1900-1901, 1903-1918.
www.lib.iastate.edu /collections/eresourc/history.html   (10403 words)

  
 The Constitution of North Carolina
Following the precedent established in amending the United States Constitution, the 1835 amendments were appended to the Constitution of 1776, not incorporated in it as is the modern practice.
From 1869 through 1968, there were submitted to the voters of North Carolina a total of 97 propositions for amending the Constitution of the State.
An amendment to shift the elections for state legislative, executive, and judicial officers and for county officers from even-numbered to odd-numbered years (beginning in 1989 for legislators and 1993 for Governors and other state executives) was submitted by the General Assembly of 1985 to the voters, who rejected it on May 6, 1986.
statelibrary.dcr.state.nc.us /nc/stgovt/preconst.htm   (6110 words)

  
 Marxism, Freedom and the State – Chapter VI   (Site not responding. Last check: )
And the leaders of the Party have, against the instincts of the workers themselves, brought it into close association with the bourgeois democrats of the.
The leaders of this People's party, however, have observed that these anti-Socialist utterances displeased the workers, and they modified their tone for they need the.
Socialism implying the destruction of the State, those who support the State must renounce Socialism; must sacrifice the economic emancipation of the masses to the political power of some privileged party-and in this case it will be bourgeois democracy.
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If you want to have an order shipped to an address other than what is listed on your credit card account, simply use the phone number on the back of your credit card to contact your card issuer and ask them to add your recipient’s address as an ‘alternate billing address’.
A list of manufacturers who permit end-users to contact them directly for returns can be found here.
The manufacturer also always has a better chance of identifying (and potentially resolving) any conflicts with other equipment, etc. A list of manufacturers who permit end-users to contact them directly for returns can be found here.
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 Moura, Distrito de Beja, Portugal - Pages - glosk
This is a list of cities in Portugal.
Foreign ministers in 1997 - State leaders in 1998 - Foreign ministers in 1999 See also: List of religious leaders in 1998 List of international organization leaders in 1998 List of colonial governors in 1998 Contents 1 Africa 2 Asia 3 Australia and Oceania [...]
Foreign ministers in 1991 - State leaders in 1992 - Foreign ministers in 1993 See also: List of religious leaders in 1992 List of international organization leaders in 1992 List of colonial governors in 1992 Contents 1 Africa 2 Asia 3 Australia and Oceania [...]
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 US Presidents and Vice Presidents list
If you select a Vice President’s name who did not also serve as president you will be taken to the page for the President they served.
For a listing of the Presidents by political party click here.
The purpose of this site is to provide researchers, teachers, students, politicians, journalists, and citizens a complete resource guide to the US Presidents.
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There are several sectional listings itemised in our manufacturing suppliers category listing which is available in Spanish and Italian (where applicable).
The complete New York manufacturing Database is also listed considering the quality, customer service and export capabilities of each manufacturing, suppliers or vendors company.
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 James Henderson Berry » Biographies of Arkansas's Governors » Exhibits » Old State House
His reputation caused him to be thought of as one of the party leaders in the house by the end of 1873, and during the Brooks-Baxter War, Berry was chosen as speaker of the house.
In 1876, he was chosen as chairman of the Democratic state convention, and in 1878 he was elected judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, where he served until 1882, to run for governor.
His efforts to reform the state's penal system were eroded by the legislature who would not appropriate funds to alleviate inhumane conditions.
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