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  Irvin McDowell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
McDowell was promoted to brigadier general on May 14, 1861, and given command of the Army of Northeastern Virginia, despite never having commanded troops in combat.
Although McDowell knew that his troops were inexperienced and unready, pressure from the Washington politicians forced him to launch a premature offensive against Confederate forces in northern Virginia.
Eventually, the three independent commands of Generals McDowell, John C. Frémont, and Nathaniel P. Banks were combined into Major General John Pope's Army of Virginia and McDowell led the III Corps of that army.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Irvin_McDowell   (566 words)

 Malcolm McDowell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
McDowell made his screen debut in Poor Cow ( 1967) followed by The Raging Moon ( 1970), Figures in a Landscape ( 1970) and If....
McDowell played mainly villainous parts in the late 1970s and 1980s —none more notorious than the title character in the controversial Caligula ( 1979).
McDowell also had a part in the computer games Wing Commander III and Wing Commander IV as Admiral Geoffrey Tolwyn, co-starring next to Mark Hamill.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Malcolm_McDowell   (356 words)

 John McDowell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John McDowell (born 1942) is a contemporary philosopher, formerly a fellow of University College, Oxford and now a professor at the University of Pittsburgh.
McDowell's most noted work has been in the philosophy of mind and language.
Many of the central themes in McDowell's work have also been pursued in similar ways by his Pittsburgh colleague Robert Brandom, although the latter's work shows a strong influence of Richard Rorty which McDowell's work does not.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_McDowell   (233 words)

 Roger McDowell | BaseballLibrary.com
McDowell shared stopper status in the Mets' vaunted mid-'80s bullpen with Jesse Orosco, recording 17 saves and a 2.83 ERA in 1985.
McDowell began the 1987 season on the disabled list with a hernia, and although he posted a career-high 25 saves, he was inconsistent.
After refusing a minor-league assignment in April 1995, McDowell spent a middling year with the Texas Rangers, and at the end of the season signed with the Baltimore Orioles.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/M/McDowell_Roger.stm   (752 words)

 Encyclopedia: Irvin McDowell
Born in Franklin County, Ohio, McDowell graduated from West Point in 1838, and was posted to the 1st Artillery.
Although McDowell knew that his troops were inexperienced and unready, pressure from the Washington politicians forced him to attack prematurely.
Eventually, the three independent commands of Generals McDowell, John C. Frémont, and Nathaniel Banks were combined into Major General John Pope's Army of Virginia.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Irvin-McDowell   (1433 words)

 Britmovie - Malcolm McDowell Biography
Before McDowell's scene were cut from that film, it had attracted the attention of director Lindsay Anderson, who cast him as a rebellious schoolboy in the satire If...
Director Stanley Kubrick was similarly impressed by McDowell's ability to project working-class arrogance and cast him as the futuristic anti-authoritarian Alex who undergoes aversion therapy in the controversial adaptation of Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange (1971).
Soon McDowell began to shed his earlier radical characterizations, appearing as Captain Harry Flashman in Richard Lester ’s rollicking romp, Royal Flash (1975), and as the charming H.G. Wells in pursuit of Jack the Ripper in Time After Time (1979).
www.britmovie.co.uk /actors/m/015.html   (303 words)

 The Battle of McDowell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Learning from Johnson, as he was taken, badly wounded, to the rear, the condition of things on the field of battle, he quickly ordered Taliaferro, now left in command, through a staff officer, to hold his position at all hazards, and he would soon be there with the Stonewall brigade to help him, if necessary.
But the conflict was then over, and Milroy had become satisfied that he was no match for his antagonist, so in the coming darkness he withdrew to McDowell and Schenck hastened to retreat toward Franklin, where he expected to meet Fremont, with the main body of his command, coming up the South Branch valley.
The Federal artillery placed on the terrace to the south of McDowell was quite active, but uselessly so, prior to the advance of its infantry, because of the elevation of the position held by the Confederates.
stonewall.hut.ru /campaign/mcdowell.htm   (997 words)

 McDowell, Irvin on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In the Civil War, McDowell, promoted to brigadier general in the regular army (May, 1861), commanded the Union troops at the first battle of Bull Run.
When the Peninsular campaign began, McDowell's 1st Corps (then called the Army of the Rappahannock) was withdrawn from McClellan's command to defend Washington.
McDowell shared in the blame for that defeat and was removed from command.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/M/McD1owellI1.asp   (422 words)

 Ronnie McDowell Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Ronnie McDowell has an amazing string of hit songs that he has amassed over the years, but it is his riveting stage presence and genuine warmth that fills the seats again and again.
McDowell scored a second hit for the Scorpion label titled "I Love You, I Love You, I Love You" before being wooed and signed by CBS Records - Epic label in 1979.
Ronnie McDowell is still constantly in demand on the road and he tours relentlessly with his band the Rhythm Kings.
www.ronniemcdowell.com /man_01.htm   (690 words)

 Amazon.com: Music: The Best of Mississippi Fred McDowell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
McDowell was a contemporary of prewar blues legends Robert Johnson and Skip James, but unlike them, he didn't make any commercial recordings until 1964, when he started working with Arhoolie.
McDowell was not a guitar innovator like Charley Patton or Robert Johnson, but he sang the blues with a passion and authority that have rarely been equaled.
Perhaps because McDowell did not have the pressures to manufacture "new" blues because he was never a commercial recording artist, and, thus, in Fred's recordings get a richer picture of the way that tunes by Leroy Carr or Big Maceo informed the Mississipi bluesmen and blueswomen.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005Q6HR?v=glance   (1345 words)

 Mississippi Fred McDowell
McDowell worked as a farmer and would carry himself around the Delta area playing fish fries and dances and house parties – things we need to bring back in these troubled times.
Recorded in 1959 by Alan Lomax, McDowell caught the attention of Chris Strachwitz of Arhoolie Records.
He loved to work in open E or D tuning and use that high note to do a lot of his singing for him, echoing his voice.
www.bigroadblues.com /features/fred.shtml   (189 words)

 Water Politics and the History of the Fort McDowell Indian Community.
Anglo squatters were compensated and removed and the Indians benefited from the existence of several irrigation canals and, according to Karl Heider, "perhaps 1300 acres of cleared fields" (in Coffeen 1972).
The local BIA agent recommended the abandonment of Fort McDowell and the tribe's resettlement on the Salt River reservation, citing the threat of repeated flooding.
It was not until 1939, after construction of Bartlett Dam on the Verde River minimized flooding, that the Fort McDowell Community received Bureau of Indian Affairs funding for a small concrete intake dam for their irrigation works.
www.jqjacobs.net /southwest/fort_mcdowell.html   (2664 words)

 Irvin McDowell
On the outbreak of the American Civil War McDowell he was given command of the Union Army south of the Potomac.
McDowell was recalled and given the task of defending Washington from the Confederate Army.
McDowell was a man of strong character and much intellectual ability.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /USACWmcdowell.htm   (565 words)

 Blues Hall of Fame-- Mississippi Fred Mcdowell
McDowell is a master of Delta country blues and the slide guitar.
In my pilgrimage to discover true slide blues guitar players…it was either Fred McDowell or Furry Lewis who was the first true country blues slide guitar player that I heard…but it was Fred McDowell that captured a sound that has inspired the likes of Bonnie Raitt and the Rolling Stones.
Fred McDowell is the real deal, he was true to his Delta roots and stayed with his path his entire career.
www.themusicarchive.com /drboom/fame/mcdowell.htm   (449 words)

 Faculty Profile: William H. McDowell
McDowell, W.H., C. Gines-Sanchez, C.E. Asbury, and C.R. Ramos-Perez.
Matson, P.A., W.H. McDowell, A.R. Townsend, and P.M. Vitousek.
McDowell, W.H. Hurricanes, people, and riparian zones: controls on nutrient losses from forested Caribbean watersheds.
www.unh.edu /natural-resources/fac-bmcdowell.html   (516 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
McDowell Enterprises, Inc. finishes first for their customers by providing quality finishes in a cost effective, quick turn-around manner.
McDowell’s management team brings 90 years of electroplating experience to the table to work for you!
Part of McDowell’s commitment to their customers is our commitment to the environment.
www.mcdowellent.com   (66 words)

 McDowell Sonoran Land Trust   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The passage of Scottsdale's preserve tax has given many people the impression that the McDowells and their lush surrounding deserts are already preserved.
McDowell Sonoran Preserve stewards will devote their time and efforts to walking the trails regularly and taking care of the preserve's unique features - archaeological and historic artifacts, old roads and trails and desert plants and wildlife.
In the McDowell Mountains and surrounding Sonoran desert in Scottsdale, Arizona, this wildlife is thriving.
www.highsonoran.com /land.htm   (1247 words)

 The Jury Is In: The Ruling on Josh McDowell's "Evidence"
He first distinguishes between Pauline faith and McDowell's insistence that the Bible reveals historically true propositions, which the author calls the "reliability doctrine." McDowell's reliability doctrine is then examined from three perspectives: biblical criticism, archaeology, and philosophy.
Although I agree with McDowell that there was a historical Jesus, I shall argue that most of McDowell's sources do not provide independent confirmation of the historicity of Jesus.
Lastly, McDowell seems to have only examined superficially his own youthful conversion experience (any reasonable analysis of which would seem to confirm how young and emotionally unstable he was when he converted).
www.infidels.org /library/modern/jeff_lowder/jury   (834 words)

 Josh McDowell's "Evidence" for Jesus -- Is It Reliable?
Turning to (b), McDowell and Wilson state that Ignatius, Polycarp, Justin Martyr, and Origen died for their faith, and that Irenaeus suffered for his faith.[ 12 ] For their sacrifices to have any value at all as independent confirmation of the historicity of Jesus, at least two conditions would have to be met.
Indeed, even McDowell admits this when he writes that the Testimonium Flavianum is "a hotly-contested quotation."[ 26 ] Most scholars suspect there has been at least some tampering with the text on the basis of some or all of the italicized sections.
Although McDowell and Wilson claim the Arabic version actually dates to the fourth century, they provide no defense or justification for that claim.[ 40 ] Yet even if the Arabic version can be dated to the fourth century, the text would still not provide any additional evidence for the authenticity of the Testimonium.
www.infidels.org /library/modern/jeff_lowder/jury/chap5.html   (12958 words)

 McDowell County WV
McDowell County WV McDowell County was formed in 1858 from part of Tazewell, VA. It derived it's name from the governor of Virginia in 1843, James McDowell.
Almost 150 years ago, the area was considered extremely inaccessible, and although the rails and roads improved this condition, it is still sparsely populated.
It is magnificently timbered and today still appears to have coal deposits under the mountainous acres of land in the county.
www.mcdowellwv.com   (211 words)

 McDowell Place of Danville
Welcome to McDowell Place of Danville, an independent and assisted living community in the heart of central Kentucky.
At McDowell Place, you or your loved one can find a new beginning to a better way of life for your senior years.
McDowell Place of Danville is spacious, comfortable, and finely appointed to make your stay, or that of a loved one, as pleasant as possible.
www.mcdowell-place.org   (167 words)

 Fort McDowell
In 1922, Fort McDowell became an Overseas Discharge and Replacement Depot, and became engaged in the processing of men going to the Pacific and men returning from overseas duty.
By 1926 Fort McDowell was handling about 40,000 men per year - it was the largest troop staging facility on the west coast, and handled more troop traffic than any other post in the country.
Eight years after Fort McDowell was closed, the Army placed a Nike anti-aircraft missile base battery on the Island, one of twelve Nike batteries built in the Bay Area.
www.angelisland.org /mcd02.html   (744 words)

 Robert L. McDowell: Vice President, Information Worker Business Value
In 2002 McDowell took on his current role in the Information Worker Group to help customers maximize their use of current Microsoft Office technologies in ways that significantly add business value to their organizations.
McDowell is the author of several articles on the impact of information technology on business and has been quoted in many business and technology publications, including Fortune Magazine, InformationWeek and Computerworld.
McDowell has served on the board of directors of Visio Corp., Entevo Corp. and the Virginia Military Institute Foundation and served as a member of the Virginia Commission on Information Technology.
www.microsoft.com /presspass/exec/bmcdowell/default.mspx   (401 words)

 Handbook of Texas Online: MCDOWELL, WILLIAM
William McDowell, Alamo defender, son of Col. John McDowell of Kishacoquillas, Pennsylvania, was born at Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, in 1794.
On January 14, 1836, McDowell was sworn into the Volunteer Auxiliary Corps of the Texas Army at Nacogdoches.
McDowell died in the battle of the Alamo
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/MM/fmccn.html   (188 words)

 Michael McDowell Professional Racing Driver USA
Gidley qualified the car 6th on the 53-car starting grid, and handed the car over to McDowell on lap 23 during a stop for fuel, tires and some aerodynamic adjustments.
A flurry of crashes and full-course caution periods interrupted McDowell’s first laps in the car, and the team opted o come in again for tires and fuel under yellow on lap 33.
As he did in the previous race at Watkins Glen, McDowell was leading when the track went green for the final time, and slipped back to 4th in traffic.
www.mmcdowell.com   (427 words)

 Marion (McDowell) News | Home
McDowell County officials are hoping to recruit a digital graphics company to the county's industrial park, a firm that would hire 35 people in the first year of operation and as many as 50 by year three.
A quartet of McDowell Mariners swimmers posted perfect scores as the hometown swim team entered into its 25th summer league season.
The McDowell News uses this poll strictly as entertainment for its readers.
www.mcdowellnews.com   (255 words)

 Mcdowell County M.A.I.N
Attractions — McDowell County North Carolina is nestled in the mountains and has attractions from mountain falls, to camping, Mt. Mitchell State Park and More.
Mountain Glory Festival — This festival is held Annually the second Saturday in October and is sponsored by the city of Marion NC.
Mcdowell Chamber of Commerce — For those of you who visit us and just don't want to leave, you should visit the chamber to help you find all of the resources you need to begin your move to McDowell County.
main.nc.us /mcdowell   (172 words)

 McDowell Research Corporation McDowell Research Corporation Your source for Military Communications Equipment - Power ...
McDowell Research has designed and developed power systems and battery chargers for demanding customer requirements.
McDowell Research will customize, reconfigure or develop power supplies and chargers to specific customer requirements.
McDowell Research is responsive and is in full support of all of our customers, especially those deployed overseas protecting our country.
mrc-power.com   (365 words)

 Mary McDowell
As a young woman McDowell joined the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) and was active in the struggle for women's suffrage.
McDowell was particularly interested in helping workers in Chicago improve their pay and conditions.
McDowell, who became known as the 'Angel of the Stockyards', was a much loved figure and when a local newspaper ran a contest entitled "Who is the best woman in Chicago?", McDowell ran second to Jane Addams in the poll.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /USAWmcdowell.htm   (248 words)

 Camp McDowell - Arizona Ghost Town
Note: this is on the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation.
Camp McDowell was established in 1865 and closed in 1890.
This site was established by the United States Calvary to control the Yavapai and Apache Indians in the area.
www.ghosttowns.com /states/az/campmcdowell.html   (51 words)

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