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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Main Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the 40th President of the United States (1981–1989) and the 33rd Governor of California (1967–1975).
Thomas Jefferson (13 April 1743 N.S.–4 July 1826) was the third President of the United States (1801–09), the principal author of the Declaration of Independence (1776), and one of the most influential Founding Fathers for his promotion of the ideals of Republicanism in the United States.
Monticello, located near Charlottesville, Virginia, was the estate of Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the United States Declaration of Independence, the third President of the United States, and founder of the University of Virginia.
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 Mali (09/05)
In preparation for the elections, the government completed a new voter's list after a general census was administered a few months earlier with the support of all political parties.
Under Mali's 1992 constitution, the president is chief of state and commander in chief of the armed forces.
U.S. citizens who are long-term visitors or traveling in dangerous areas are encouraged to register their travel via the State Department’s travel registration web site at https://travelregistration.state.gov or at the Consular section of the U.S. embassy upon arrival in a country by filling out a short form and sending in a copy of their passports.
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 Minnesota Online Research :: Information about Minnesota   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Minnesota is the largest state by land area in the Midwest United States and is in the sub-region known as the Upper Midwest.
The state is bordered on the north by Canada (Manitoba and Ontario), on the east by Wisconsin and Lake Superior, on the south by Iowa, and on the west by North Dakota and South Dakota.
The state's average elevation is 1,200 feet (366 m), with a high point at Eagle Mountain (Minnesota) (2,301 ft or 701 m) and a low at the surface of Lake Superior (602 ft or 183 m).
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 List of United States Congressional districts information - Search.com
This is a complete list of congressional districts for representation in the United States House of Representatives.
The quantity and boundaries of districts are determined after each census, although in some cases states have changed the boundaries more than once per census.
State with the fewest districts: seven states have only a single district: Alaska, Delaware, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Vermont, and Wyoming.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: State of Washington
Thus, the State of Oregon lies to the south of Washington, Idaho to the east, British Columbia and Vancouver Island on the north, and the Pacific Ocean on the west.
The state of Washington, owing to its favourable climactic conditions, is rapidly advancing among the states of the Union as an agricultural state.
According to the latest state educational directory the present teaching staff is composed of 36 professors, 7 associate and 30 assistant professors, 54 instructors, 7 assistants, and 10 graduate assistants; together with a musical staff of 6 teachers, and a library staff of 6 members.
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 Questions and Answers - Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture - Iowa State University
Iowa is the home of visionary leaders in agriculture and conservation, such as Aldo Leopold, Henry A. Wallace, George Washington Carver, Ada Hayden, Ding Darling.
Iowa State offered the nation's first courses in forestry (1874) and dairy science (1880), the first Master of Science degree in farm mechanics (1902), and the nation's first professional agricultural engineering curriculum (1905).
Iowa State University is a leader in research in sustainable agriculture, and boasts the nation's largest group of faculty working on issues of sustainable agriculture.
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 World Almanac for Kids
NEW YORK, one of the Middle Atlantic states of the U.S., bordered on the N by the Canadian provinces of Ontario and QuÉbec; on the E by Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut; on the SE by the Atlantic Ocean; on the S by New Jersey and Pennsylvania; and on the W by Pennsylvania and Ontario.
New York was the preeminent U.S. state in commerce and manufacturing from the early 19th century until the late 1960s, when it began to be surpassed by California; in the 1990s it continued to be a leading component of the U.S. economy and remained first in many branches of economic activity.
Although not noted as a fishing state, New York ranks among the top 15 states in the U.S. in terms of the value of the annual catch, which was estimated at $51 million in the late 1980s.
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 1880 article - 1880 1877 1878 1879 1881 1882 1883 Decades 1850s 1860s 1870s 1880s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
March 10 - Members of the Salvation Army land in the United States and begin operations.
October - terrible winter storm in North America, the "Blizzard of 1880".
1880 article - 1880 definition - what means 1880
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 Argentina (09/05)
Imports from the United States were 15.4% of total Argentine imports, and 79.4% of Argentine imports from NAFTA in 2004.
From 1880 to 1930 Argentina became one of the world's 10 wealthiest nations based on rapid expansion of agriculture and foreign investment in infrastructure.
The excellent political relationship between the United States and Argentina is increasingly reflected in the U.S. Embassy's efforts to facilitate cooperation in nontraditional areas such as counter-terrorism, anti-narcotics, and scientific cooperation on space, peaceful uses of nuclear energy, and the environment.
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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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 Horse Boarding Stables New Hampshire
The State of New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States.
It was one of the Thirteen Colonies and became the ninth state admitted to the Union.
The northern third of the state is locally referred to as "north of the notches" in reference to White Mountain passes that channel traffic, or as "the north country".
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 1877   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
July 21 - A day after bloody rioting in Baltimore from Baltimore and Ohio Railroad workers and the deaths of 9 rail workers at the hands of the Maryland militia, workers in Pittsburgh stage a sympathy strike that is met with an assault by the state militia - Pittsburgh then erupts into widespread rioting.
September 5 - Indian Wars: Oglala Sioux chief Crazy Horse is bayoneted by a United States soldier after resisting confinement in a guardhouse at Fort Robinson in Nebraska.
November 21 - Thomas Edison announces his invention of the phonograph, a machine that can record sound (this is considered to be Edison's first great invention) (Edison demonstrated the device for the first time on November 29).
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 Amazon.ca: Books: William Temple: Church, State and Society in Britian, 1880-1950   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
William Temple (1881-1944) was the outstanding British religious leader of the twentieth century.
He believed that the 'modern state' was incomplete without a modern Christian church, which should set the moral and political tone of the community.
Temple was the most successful and controversial of British 'priests in politics' because as an Archbishop he combined the idea of national unity rooted in a common set of religious/moral values with a constant demand for political change in the direction of greater social equality.
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 1879   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
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March 13 - Marriage of The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, third son of Queen Victoria, to Princess Louise of Prussia.
May 30 - New York City's Gilmores Garden is renamed Madison Square Garden by William Vanderbilt and is opened to the public at 26th Street and Madison Avenue.
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 1880   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
1877 1878 1879 - 1880 - 1881 1882 1883
January 30 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President of the United States (d.
February 12 - John L. Lewis, labor union leader (d.
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 Politics1 - Guide to the Inactive 2004 Democratic Presidential Prospects
The early response from labor union leaders, however, was warm praise mixed with pleas for him to remain in the Senate instead of running for President.
Gephardt's role as leader of the House Democrats for eight years created a natural, nationwide network of supporters and provided him with visible platform from which to be heard.
For the same reason, party leaders are excluding him from the debates -- even though he qualified for federal matching funds and raised over $5 million as of fall 2003 (which placed him ahead of Clark, Kucinich, Braun, and Sharpton in the money hunt).
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 India
8 Jun 1880 - 13 Dec 1884 George Frederick Samuel Robinson, (b.
Secretaries of State for India (and from 1937, for Burma)(in London)
state to India in the face of tribal invasion from Pakistan
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 Safe Staffing Levels and Liability..... | The Citizen Online
NFPA 1710 simply states that a department will respond, ninety percent of the time, with a minimum of four personnel on each apparatus and the first unit must arrive within four minutes of the dispatch center receiving the call.
Harold Shaitberger, President of the International Association of Firefighters, states “The fact is that too many politicians are simply willing to ignore the situation and continue to play a dangerous game of firehouse roulette with public safety and the lives of professional firefighters” (IAFF.org).
IAFF members or family members running for public office – or contemplating running for public office – managing a campaign or implementing their local or state or provincial association’s political program, are eligible to apply to attend the IAFF Political Training in 2006.
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 List of state leaders in 1893 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
1892 state leaders - Events of 1893 - 1894 state leaders - State leaders by year
Benjamin Harrison, President of the United States (1889-1893)
Grover Cleveland, President of the United States (1893-1897)
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 Buffalo State Hospital   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Buffalo State Hospital, as it was formerly called, was to be the largest building of the master's career and the first to display his characteristic style -- what came to be known as Richardsonian Romanesque.
Construction of the Buffalo State Hospital, which was one of several asylums erected by the state just after the Civil War, extended over many years.
With the cooperation of Muriel Howard, president of Buffalo State College, negotiations are seriously under way between the college, the Buffalo Board of Education, the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, the city, and the state to transform Richardson's celebrated edifice into the new home of the Olmsted School and certain Buffalo State education programs.
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 Civil War Sites Advisory Commission Report on the Nation's Civil War Battlefields, Technical Volume II: Battle Summaries
It is the Commission’s hope that this volume will provide preservationists, historians, planners, and political leaders alike with the rudimentary historical data they need to understandand work toward the preservation of these critical components of our national heritage.
These were developed to aid computerization, because of the large numbers of battlefields ina few states and the duplication of names.
A chronological listing of campaigns and the battles associated with them can be found at the end of this volume.
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 List of state leaders in 1897 - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
List of state leaders in 1897 - Open Encyclopedia
1896 state leaders - Events of 1897 - 1898 state leaders - State leaders by year
William McKinley, President of the United States (1897-1901)
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 The Political Graveyard: Labor Leader Politicians
Michigan state house of representatives, 1953-74 (Wayne County 6th District 1953-54, Wayne County 18th District 1955-64, 27th District 1965-74); defeated in primary, 1974, 1976.
Michigan state house of representatives from Wayne County 1st District, 1948.
Michigan state house of representatives, 1965-86 (26th District 1965-72, 16th District 1973-82, 3rd District 1983-86); defeated, 1958 (Wayne County 8th District); elected unopposed 1964, 1968, 1974, 1978.
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 List of state leaders in 1909 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1908 state leaders - Events of 1909 - 1910 state leaders - State leaders by year
Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States (1901 - 1909)
William Howard Taft, President of the United States (1909 - 1913)
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 The Democratic Party
Although in 1837 Jackson was retired, he still thought of himself as the Party's leader and was shown trying to get the donkey to go where he wanted it to go.
Thomas Nast, a famous political cartoonist, came to the United States with his parents in 1840 when he was six.
By 1880 the donkey was well established as a mascot for the Democratic party.
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 Exile Leaders
She was Dutch Head of State 1890-1948 and lived (1880-1962).
In 1944-48 Vice-President of the National Assembly, 1956 Minister of State and Minister of Social Affairs, 1956 Chief of Social Democratic Party and Leader-in-exile of the Party, in witch she had been a leading figure before World War II.
She was widow of The Shah, she was Acting Head of the Imperial Family and acted as regent for son who became shah on his 20th birthday 31/10-80.
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 US Department Of State Post Report
The State Department diplomatic pouch may be used for shipment of prescription medicine, eyeglasses, hearing aids, batteries, prosthetic devices, orthopedic shoes, and other emergency health and welfare items (regardless of weight).
State Department policy encourages pregnant employees or family members overseas, regardless of the post, the opportunity to evacuate to the U.S. in the last trimester of pregnancy (by 34 weeks of pregnancy).
The school is accredited by the Southern States Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the American Schools of South America.
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Alexander II of Russia is killed near his palace when a bomb is thrown at him.
President of the United States dies due to an infected wound caused by an assasins bullet and is succeeded by Vice President
The United States National Lawn Tennis Association (USNLTA) is founded, and the first U.S. Tennis Championships are played.
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 Arkansas Secretary of State:Educational Materials:Notable Arkansans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The following list highlights some of the country's most prominent people who were either born in the state or lived here at some time in their lives.
He graduated from the Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway, and was, for many years, a librarian and full professor at the University of Illinois.
General Douglas MacArthur (1880 -1964) - He was born in the Tower Building of the Little Rock Arsenal while his father was its commandant.
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