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  The Fred W. Noyes, Jr. Centennial; articles by A. M. Weaver and Judith M. Courter
Noyes' journey in the realm of painting reflects influences from artists active at the turn of the century both in America and France, and later he exhibited lessons garnered from early American modernists such as Arthur Dove and Stuart Davis.
Fred Noyes was born in Philadelphia in 1905.
Noyes and the remaining trustees of the foundation saw the completion of the museum building and its inaugural exhibitions in June 1983.
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 Schuylkill Township, PA--Minutes of the Board of Supervisors
Ledbetter stated that the Township is dealing with watershed issues through its ordinances, such as the floodplain ordinance and that the ordinances currently in place seem to be working fairly well.
He stated that Schuylkill Township is no longer a rural township and to place a lighted sign in front of the building would add to the urbanization of the Township.
Judith Werner, a resident of the Township and a parent of a Schuylkill Elementary School student, stated that the Zoning Hearing Board hearing that she attended on October 29, 2002 was an embarrassment.
www.schuylkilltwp.com /Minutes/bos/minutes_November6_2002.htm   (4632 words)

  
 Noyes Township, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The racial makeup of the township was 99.52% White and 0.48% Native American.
In the township the population was spread out with 18.1% under the age of 18, 4.1% from 18 to 24, 19.6% from 25 to 44, 32.2% from 45 to 64, and 26.0% who were 65 years of age or older.
The median income for a household in the township was $28,036, and the median income for a family was $34,318.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Noyes_Township,_Pennsylvania   (337 words)

  
 89.01.04: Utopian Communities, 1800-1890
John Humphrey Noyes was the founder of a religious utopian community known as the Oneida Perfectionists and remained its leader until the group abandoned the system of complex marriage in 1879.
Noyes and a few of his followers quickly left town and crossed into New York, where, in 1848, they were able to purchase forty acres of land in Oneida, in upstate New York.
Noyes was a remarkable leader who worked as administrator, cattle-breeder, farmer and flsmith, and was involved in virtually all aspects of the community’s economic life.
www.yale.edu /ynhti/curriculum/units/1989/1/89.01.04.x.html   (7295 words)

  
 Crumrine - Cross Creek Twp.
The township of Cross Creek retained its original territory and limits until May, 1806, when a portion of it was taken to form the township of Mount Pleasant; and in 1853 the township of Jefferson was formed from the western part of Cross Creek, reducing the township to its present limits.
Robert Patterson, of Smith township, presided at that meeting, and the law was adopted by all the townships in the county, with five exceptions.
Cross Creek township was a separate justice's district from its erection in 1790 till the erection of election districts, May 4, 1803, when it became embraced with other territory in District No. 3, and so remained till 1838, when the office of justice became elective, and the township an independent district.
www.chartiers.com /crumrine/twp-crosscreek.html   (18677 words)

  
 Lazaretto
A note of clarification: The parties to this settlement are the Township of Tinicum, The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Preservation Pennsylvania.
September 11: Tinicum Township supervisors, ignoring the recommendation of their own Planning Commission and those of the PHMC (which provided funds to acquire and preserve) and ignoring the pleas from the historic community, awarded contracts and have broken ground.
Pennsylvania's public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come.
www.ushistory.org /laz   (1329 words)

  
 UNION COUNTY, OHIO - 1883 HISTORY - CHAPTER VIII - LEESBURG TOWNSHIP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
It is bounded on the east by Delaware County; on the north is Claibourne Township; on the west by Taylor, and on the south by Dover and Paris.
The topography of the township does not differ from that of the remainder of the county.
In the northwestern part of the township particularly, the majority hailed from that locality, and over the rest of the township was a fair representation from the same place.
www.heritagepursuit.com /Union/Untp8.htm   (8053 words)

  
 Booking centers OK'd by county   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Noyes, who has a doctorate in criminology, said not all suspects charged with summary violations would have to be fingerprinted, as he had told commissioners previously.
Noyes said he expects no municipalities will face additional costs because of the new booking system, and no municipality will be required to participate.
Noyes assured him the funds can be used and said he would obtain the letter.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/06064/663789.stm   (504 words)

  
 Pittsfield Charter Twp, Michigan - History
Such admiration and respect was inspired by the great British orator and statesman, fifty years after his death, that the Township was named “Pitt Township” by its residents.
The Sixth Legislative Council of the Territory of Michigan passed the Act enabling the organization of the "Township of Pitt" on March 7, 1834.
One hundred and thirty-three years later (1972) the residents of Pittsfield Township voted to become a charter township and the name was changed once more to "Pittsfield Charter Township".
www.pittsfieldtwp.org /about/history_html   (391 words)

  
 The Oakland Press: Oakland Life: Colorful life leads woman to write
The Pennsylvania native, whose family moved to Minneapolis when she was 11, admits she's had a multi-faceted and diverse life.
Noyes' son is obviously proud of his mother and her accomplishments.
The largest contribution to higher education by Noyes and her husband came in the form of seed money to build the $540,000 John and Lily Noyes Pavilion, a 300-seat covered outdoor facility for the Performing Arts Department.
www.theoaklandpress.com /stories/032305/oak_20050323001.shtml   (1013 words)

  
 Township Histories, Peoria & Stark Co., IL
He was the first man to bring his family to the township, which was in 1828, and his son, Dimmick, was acknowledged to be the first white male child born in the county.
Of the nineteen townships in Peoria County, its people rank first in education, religion and public spirit.” It is not known now who may have been the author of this sketch, but his remarks were not far out of the way, even including Peoria Township among the nineteen.
During the first few years of the settling of the township, coal was not known to be here, and when it was first dug up or seen lying on top of the ground, its utility was not known.
www.usgennet.org /usa/il/county/stark/books/twphist/prince.htm   (6632 words)

  
 Noyes-Brewer Genealogy with Associated Families James Allen + NOYES
James Allen NOYES, son of James NOYES and Sally MARBLE was born 22 Dec. 1826 at Ann Arbor, Michigan.
[1] Noyes and the Putney Perfectionists, as we have seen, held aloof from these groups, believing that marriage was ordained by God as the law of the apostasy and was not to be set aside until salvation from sin and the resurrection of the body had been attained.
Though it was Rev. Nicholas NOYES who had been purportedly cursed for his hand in the Salem witch trials, and who never had children, the forward of the book gives the curse falling upon John Hathorne, great-grandfather of Nathaniel Hawthorne, who was a magistrate at the Salem Witch Trials.
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The township is bounded at present as follows: On the east, by Colebrook and Grugan; on the south, by Grugan and Noyes; on the west, by Noyes and Leidy; and on the north by Potter county.
Many of the mountain peaks of this township are grand and lofty, especially those bordering on the river, some of which reach a height of twelve or fourteen hundred feet; the one opposite the mouth of Young Womans Creek towering fourteen hundred and twenty feet.
The population of Chapman, including the recently formed township of Noyes, in 1850, was 541; in 1860, 731; in 1870, 1301.
www.kcnet.org /~history/chapman.html   (4421 words)

  
 Central booking system proposed   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Noyes, who has a doctorate in criminology, proposed that a $215,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency be used to purchase electronic fingerprinting scanning equipment.
Noyes said he believed the fee would be assessed only to those who were convicted of a crime, including summary offenses, which generally are adjudicated by a district judge.
Noyes said the Butler state police barracks already has the fingerprint scanning technology but does not share it with municipal police departments.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/06050/656621-54.stm   (671 words)

  
 UNION COUNTY, OHIO - 1883 HISTORY - CHAPTER XI - YORK TOWNSHIP
It is formed by the confluence of several creeks on the western part of the township, and pursues an irregularly southeastern course, Fulton Creek crosses the northeastern corner of the territory, and in the southern part are several tributaries of Bokes Creek.
One of the earliest settled portions of York Township was the land embraced in the three John Bowen surveys, surrounding and south of Summersville.
Although there were no district Schools in the first years of the township supported by public taxation, yet the townships were divided into districts for the purpose of apportioning among the different settlements, in proportion to the enumeration of youths, a small school fund which probably arose from the sale of school lands.
www.heritagepursuit.com /Union/Untp11.htm   (9915 words)

  
 The Goose Pond Community
During the years that Noyes lived in the Oneida communes, he was visited several times by a historian named A.J. MacDonald.
Noyes was able to obtain MacDonald's notes, which formed much of the basis for
Noyes was frank in admitting his debt to MacDonald, and in describing MacDonald's work Noyes provides an index of MacDonald's notes.
home1.gte.net /vze4p5bi/backgrnd.htm   (649 words)

  
 Lancaster Online.com: News : If a tree falls ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Noyes in 1995 moved into the Hans Graf development, a patch of about two dozen homes near Brownstown separated from the highway by a cluster of trees and vegetation.
Greg Penny, PennDOT spokesman, said the removal of the vegetation is part of a continuing program aimed at clearing the state’s right of way of natural growth — mainly plants, brush, weeds and small trees that shouldn’t be there in the first place.
Noyes said some trees scheduled to be felled have been there since he purchased his home, and he produced an aerial photograph from 1995 showing the trees.
local.lancasteronline.com /4/28534   (832 words)

  
 Beech Creek Watershed Association Index
The Beech Creek Watershed consists of 171-square mile area that spans both the Appalachian Plateaus Province and the Ridge and Valley Province.
Today the result is that the beautiful, but polluted, waters of Beech Creek and much of the watershed represent a "lost treasure" to the people of central Pennsylvania.
The Hays family took up residence adjacent to the mouth of Beech Creek Stream on their land which was received as a grant for military service in the Revolution.
mywebpage.netscape.com /bcwasite/watershed.html   (1880 words)

  
 Genealogy of Pehoushek, Pechousek, Cristman, Christman and allied families - pafg26 - Generated by Personal Ancestral ...
Lizzie K Noyes was born on 27 Sep 1840.
Isabella Cooper [Parents] was born on 1 Apr 1840 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Elizabeth Jane Cooper [Parents] was born on 23 Jan 1843 in LeRoy Township, Bradford, Pennsylvania.
www.pehoushek.com /GENEALOGY/pafg26.htm   (421 words)

  
 SUBCHAPTER D: AREAS UNSUITABLE FOR MINING
Gallitzin Township, Cambria County within the Mill Run watershed, that is underlain by surface mineable coal reserves, and that has not been previously disturbed by surface or deep mining.
The 527 acres encompass the Mercer coal crop line to the southern watershed divide of the North Fork Tangascootack Creek watershed, which tract is located in Bald Eagle, Grugan and Beech Creek Townships, Clinton County.
These areas are located in Chapman, Leidy and Noyes Townships, Clinton County.
www.dep.state.pa.us /dep/subject/advcoun/MINREC/MRAB_1996/Mick.htm   (4359 words)

  
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PARVIN - in Porter Township - from Lamar take Ridge Road toward Jacksonville Road about 1/4 mile to the crossroads - this is Parvin.
Parts of this town at the mouth of Chatham Run are now part of Dunnstable Township.
WESTPORT - in Noyes Township was KETTLE CREEK
www.clintoncountypa.com /geneology.htm   (648 words)

  
 Genealogy and History of PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania
Annals of Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania, in the olden time : being a collection of memoirs, anecdotes, and incidents of the city and its inhabitants, and of the earliest settlements of the inland part of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: Edwin S. Stuart, 1905, Watson, John Fannin, 1843 pgs.
History of the Philadelphia Brigade : Sixty-Ninth, Seventy-First, Seventy-Second, and One Hundred and Sixth Pennsylvania Volunteers Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co., 1876, Banes, Charles H, 320 pgs.
Revolutionary soldiers' graves in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania : and the surrounding townships of Roxborough and Blockley, in Philadelphia County, Haverford and Radnor, in Delaware County, and Upper Merion and White Marsh, in Montgomery County Bala, Pa.: Mrs.
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 PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 02-262b
To modify 688 linear feet of unnamed intermittent tributary of Mill Creek (WWF) and to modify and maintain an existing stream enclosure by placing approximately 1,115 linear feet of PEP stream enclosure consisting of segments with 36-inch, 42 inch and 48 inch diameters.
The amount of wetland impact is considered a de minimis impact of 0.05 acre and wetland mitigation is not required.
Ohio Township and Sewickley Hills Borough, Allegheny County, ACOE Pittsburgh District.
www.pabulletin.com /secure/data/vol32/32-7/262b.html   (5074 words)

  
 Census 2000 Demographic Profiles
Upper St. Clair township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (0604200379274.pdf)
Lower Mount Bethel township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (0604209545016.pdf)
Upper Mount Bethel township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (0604209579184.pdf)
www.pittsburghlive.com /pages/pdf/census   (40 words)

  
 Beech Creek News
A local group looking into creating a 40-mile pathway for bikers, hikers and drivers that would loop through Centre and Clinton counties is seeking input on the idea.
Beech Creek is a borough in Clinton County, Pennsylvania, USA.
A Fulton, N.Y., man died Sunday as a result of a motorcycle crash on state Route 144, just south of the Noyes Township line in Beech Creek Township, Clinton County.
www.topix.net /city/beech-creek-pa   (553 words)

  
 Bond Forfeiture Reclamation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
We request that you notify the Office of Communications by E-Mail at getinfo@osmre.gov and identify which photographs are used, including a complete citation where they are published.
Before reclamation this abandoned mine site located just outside the town of Renova, Pennsylvania has vertical highwalls with heights up to 70 feet within 100 feet of camps and houses.
Keywords: Noyes Township, Pennsylvania, Quinn Coal and Clay Mines, Falls Creen Energy Company (contractor), before and after photo, AML, Photo 1138
www.osmre.gov /scripts/album.pl?photo=AML/1138.jpg;photo_height=150   (259 words)

  
 Morral News
COLUMBUS - Harding's girls swim team finished fourth and the President boys team was fifth on Monday at the Whetstone Invitational.
MARION - Grand Township officials informed the Marion County Engineer's Office today that a portion of a road is closing for repairs.
COLUMBUS - Area farmer John Buck of New Bloomington has been named winner of the Excellence in Agriculture Award by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.
www.topix.net /city/morral-oh   (608 words)

  
 Quintin Publications | Family Genealogies Letter N   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A Genealogical Account of the Noyes Family, together with the Dike Family, and Fuller and Edson Families.
Record of a Branch of the Descendants of Reverend James Noyes Newbury 1634-1656., Noyes, Horatio N (1889)
Vol.2: Descendants of James and Peter Noyes., Noyes, Colonel Henry E. and Miss Harriette E (1904 c.
www.quintinpublications.com /familygenealogies_ni.html   (1272 words)

  
 INTERMEDIATE UNITS
The complete Pennsylvania Statutes are not yet available on the web.
However, a competent lawyer, who from other sources will research the law to insure what is current, should always be employed in matters of importance.
Visit/Return to Home Page of Pennsylvania District Court 15-4-04.
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 David Ahlsted Gross McCleaf Philadelphia Art Galleries
Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Members Gallery), Buffalo, NY Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ Art Gallery, Stockton College of NJ Stedman Art Gallery, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery, New York, NY Philadelphia Museum of Art, Contemporary Philadelphia Artists:A Juried Exhibition, Philadelphia, PA Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ1988,86
Terramics Property Co., Berwyn, PA University of Medicine and Dentistry of NY, New Brunswick, NJ Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, NY New Jersey Art Annual, text by Ellen S. Harris, (Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ) 1998
New Jersey Arts Annual, text by Robert J. Koening, (Oceanville, NJ: The Noyes Museum), 1992
www.grossmccleaf.com /artistpages/ahlstedpage.htm   (601 words)

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