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 Indian Head Park, IL Houses, Apartments, Cars, Mortgage Status, and Residents Info
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Indian Head Park, IL Houses, Apartments, Cars, Mortgage Status, and Residents Info
www.city-data.com /housing/houses-Indian-Head-Park-Illinois.html   (384 words)

  
 Indian Head Park, IL Houses, Apartments, Cars, Mortgage Status, and Residents Info
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Indian Head Park, IL Houses, Apartments, Cars, Mortgage Status, and Residents Info
www.city-data.com /housing/houses-Indian-Head-Park-Illinois.html   (384 words)

  
 ArcNews Summer 2005 Issue -- Indian River County, Florida, Manages Vacant Land with GIS
The Indian River Vacant Land Inventory application integrates data collected from the county's planning department, property appraiser's office, and local cities to generate reports and maps addressing a wide range of planning issues.
Indian River County, like many of Florida's coastal communities, is experiencing an influx of both retirees and families seeking the region's quality of life.
The Indian River County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) sought an efficient way to assess potential development capacity of the county's vacant land based on zoning and land-use regulations.
www.esri.com /news/arcnews/summer05articles/indian-river-county.html   (1174 words)

  
 Alcatraz: Occupation by The American Indian Movement (AIM)
The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs estimates that, from 1952 to 1967, 200,000 American Indians were lured to cities such as Denver, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco with the promise of a better life.
American Indians, like many people of color in that era, were fed up with the status quo.
They were an unlikely mix of Indian college activists, families with children fresh off reservations and urban dwellers disenchanted with what they called the U.S. government's economic, social and political neglect.
siouxme.com /lodge/alcatraz_np.html   (3719 words)

  
 Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
In 1881, the administration of non-Aboriginal justice was brought formally to Indian reserves by making officers of the Indian department, including Indian agents, ex officio justices of the peace and by extending to the reserves the jurisdiction of magistrates in towns and cities.
In fact, Indian affairs officials were actively working to have charges laid against long-time British Columbia activist Arthur E. O'Meara when he died in 1928 and were on the verge of charging Loft when, elderly and tired, he finally withdrew from the struggle for Indian rights in the early 1930s.
It was felt that this was accomplished best through the hand-picking of individual tribal members to be appointed as judges under the supervision of the Bureau of Indian affairs Indian agents.
www.ainc-inac.gc.ca /ch/rcap/sg/sg25_e.html   (3719 words)

  
 Pakistan
Pakistan is partially separated from modern-day India by natural barriers such as the Rann of Kutch and the desolate 500-mile (800-km) long Thar desert, and many of these groups did not penetrate further into the rest of the Indian subcontinent.
Pakistan is the second largest Muslim country in terms of population and its status as declared nuclear power—the only Muslim one—also plays into its role on the international scene.
Pakistan, a developing country, is the sixth most populous in the world and is faced with a number of challenges on the political and economic fronts.
q-basic.xodox.de /Pakistan   (3719 words)

  
 NARA - Publications - Special List 29: Wyoming
Also shows national park, status of public land surveys, towns and cities, and railroad lines and land-grant limits.
County names and boundaries, towns, status of public land surveys, military and Indian reservations, and railroad land-grant limits.
Also shows status of public land surveys, towns and cities, roads and trails, and railroad lines.
www.archives.gov /publications/finding-aids/maps/wy.html   (1061 words)

  
 NARA - Publications - Special List 29: South Dakota
County names and boundaries, towns and cities, status of public land surveys, locations of U.S. land offices, military and Indian reservations, national forests, and railroad lines.
County names and boundaries, towns, locations of U.S. land offices, military and Indian reservations, status of public land surveys, roads and trails, railroad lines, and physical features.
County names and boundaries, towns, locations of U.S. land offices, Indian reservations, military posts, status of public land surveys, railroad lines, and drainage features.
www.archives.gov /publications/finding-aids/maps/sd.html   (438 words)

  
 NARA - Publications - Special List 29: Washington
County names and boundaries, towns and cities, locations of U.S. land offices, status of public land surveys, forest reserves, Indian and military reservations, and railroad lines.
County boundaries, military and Indian reservations, and locations of lighthouses and mineral deposits are shown in color.
Map of Washington Territory, Showing the Indian Nations and Tribes.
www.archives.gov /publications/finding-aids/maps/wa.html   (1084 words)

  
 Talk:Anchorage, Alaska - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This was done because previously Anchorage had both a borough and several cities (Spenard, Indian, Portage), with the City of Anchorage holding only the area of downtown Anchorage and the former extending to the rest of the Anchorage area.
(Alaska also has incorporated villages, which are smaller than cities and have less government and services.) An example of the census area is the Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area, Alaska which covers two incorporated cities.
It is sad that Anchorage is Alaska's largest city and one of United States major cities and it only has two images on its city article.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:Anchorage,_Alaska   (2108 words)

  
 Issues: Perspectives (October 1997): Teaching the History of Race in Latin America
The mestizo was now identified not by ancestry but socioeconomic status: bilingualism; Catholicism of the orthodox, not syncretic, variety; residence in the rural towns or cities; and new European styles of dress and fashion.
In the large cities the innandades (lay brotherhoods; cotradias in Spanish America) sponsored by the Catholic Church granted slaves, free blacks, and mulattos a degree of autonomy by permitting them to assemble on holidays, gather funds for the less fortunate, and elect a leadership to observe the rituals of their particular saint.
Spanish cities had won a great deal of autonomy from the national state, and fueros (legal and political privileges held by local elites) limited the outreach of state power.
www.theaha.org /perspectives/issues/1997/9710/9710TEC.CFM   (2108 words)

  
 NARA - Publications - Special List 29: Utah
County names and boundaries, towns and cities, Indian and military reservations, status of public land surveys, and railroad lines.
County and land district boundaries, Indian and military reservations, national forests, national monuments and bird reservations, and reclamation projects are shown in color.
County and land district boundaries, Indian and military reservations, and national forests are shown in color.
www.archives.gov /publications/finding-aids/maps/ut.html?template=print   (972 words)

  
 Congress Sandesh : A Monthly Journal
The Indian National Congress bears true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India as by law established and to the principles of socialism, secularism and democracy and would uphold the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.
The flag of the Indian National Congress shall consist of three horizontal colours: saffron, white and green with the picture of a Charkha in blue in the centre.
The Pradesh Congress Committee with previous approval of the Working Committee will have the right to constitute City Congress Committee in the cities with population of over Five lakh.
www.congresssandesh.com /constitution/constitution3.html   (972 words)

  
 nanews12.046
Compacts agreed to in 1989 and 1991 between Minnesota and its Indian tribes did not require the tribes to share casino profits with the state.
Part of the Indian turnout in Minnesota was stimulated by Gov. Tim Pawlenty's strong-arm approach to tribes regarding casino revenue.
But I do wish he were a little more concerned about the needs of Indian people - we are, after all, part of the state, too.
www.nanews.org /archive/2004/nanews12.046   (19187 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Miami, Florida
A metropolitan area is a large population center consisting of a large city and its adjacent zone of influence, or of several neighboring cities or towns and adjoining areas, with one or more large cities serving as its hub or hubs.
Jump to: navigation, search Melbourne, Australia by night For alternate meanings see city (disambiguation) A city is an urban area, differentiated from a town, village, or hamlet by size, population density, importance, or legal status.
This economic bubble was already collapsing when the catastrophic Great Miami Hurricane in 1926 ended this what was left of this boom.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Miami,-Florida   (10292 words)

  
 The Augusta Riverwalk
A small fort was constructed on the edge of the settlement and garrisoned with a detachment of soldiers to protect the village from possible attack by Spaniards from the south, French from the west, and hostile Indian raiders, all of whom claimed territorial rights to the area.
General Oglethrope issued an order in 1736 that a town be marked out on the Georgia bank of the river, deep in Indian country, which he named Augusta in honor of the Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, wife of Frederick, the Prince of Wales.
Although Charleston and the middle Georgia towns had wanted the South Carolina and Georgia railroads connected, Augusta leaders stood firmly against any junction of the two lines within the city boundary, fearful that Augusta would lose its strategic position as a commercial center and sink to the status of a way station.
www.downtownaugusta.com /riverwalk/riverwalk.htm   (2747 words)

  
 Map Zones : Singapore Map
Between 1945 and 1965 immigrants came primarily from peninsular Malaya, which shared British colonial status with Singapore and so permitted the free movement of people between Singapore and the rural areas and small cities of the peninsula.
Singapore's status as a newly industrializing economy was signaled by its landscaped complexes of owner-occupied apartments and streets blocked by the private cars of affluent citizens.
On the south, it is separated from the Riau archipelago of Indonesia by Singapore Strait, an important shipping channel linking the Indian Ocean to the west with the South China Sea on the east.
kids.mapzones.com /world/singapore   (6390 words)

  
 Vajpayee Seeks East Asia ‘Integration’
Vajpayee said New Delhi was opening up its skies to ASEAN that would allow designated airlines of the 10 countries to operate an unlimited number of flights to India’s metropolitan cities immediately, and 18 major Indian tourist destinations later, without New Delhi seeking any reciprocal benefits.
The India-ASEAN summit was somewhat overshadowed by Vajpayee’s 30-minute meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao, with China finally striking off Sikkim — a northeast Indian state whose status they had disputed for 28 years — from its Foreign Ministry website as an independent country.
Vajpayee suggested to leaders of the 10-member Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) that India and the countries of the region should work toward a single Asian Union on the lines of the European Union.
www.arabnews.com /?page=4§ion=0&article=33298&d=9&m=10&y=2003&pix=world.jpg&category=World   (6390 words)

  
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66 Consolidated city - used for some consolidated cities that have unique descriptions or no descriptions, as follows: Butte-Silver Bow (Montana): (none); Nashville-Davidson (Tennessee): "Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County"; No status is appended to the name of the entity in census publications and related data products.
The accuracy of the area measurement is limited by the inaccuracy inherent in 1) the mapping of the various boundary features in the TIGER File and 2) rounding affecting the last digit in all operations that compute and/or sum the area measurements.
R An American Indian reservation, an American Indian tribe whose name is associated with trust lands, or an Alaska Native village statistical area.
www.columbia.edu /acis/eds/dset_guides/census/stf3docs/iden_ftn.asc   (3099 words)

  
 History of Medicine in Iran: After Islam
In 8th century A.D., thanks to the peace and unity, that appeared in Iran, medicine and practitioners of this science acquired a lofty status and Jondishapour resumed its activity as the large center of Iranian Medicine, dynasties as Bakhtishu and Massuyeh laying its foundations.
In the early days of Islamic era, medical school and hospital of Jondishapour formed a local point of science, particularly medicine, housing Iranian, Indian, Roman and Greek physicians active in theorical and clinical aspects of this science.
In these two cities, Muslims became acquainted with Greek, Iranian, Indian and Egyptian medicine, as well as with such masters as Hippocrates, Galleons, Dioscorides,...
www.caroun.com /Medicine/IranHistory/AfterIslam-2.htm   (3099 words)

  
 Bolivia - The Middle Class
The group emerged from the upheaval of colonial society both through intermarriage between Spaniards and Indians and through the general influx of Indians into cities and towns.
For lack of common criteria, the middle class was defined largely in terms of occupational specialization and economic status: its members were successful merchants, white-collar workers in commerce or government service, and educated professionals lacking the family requirements for upper-class status.
Cholos, who were typically bilingual in Spanish and one or more Indian languages, made up the lower levels of the middle class.
countrystudies.us /bolivia/37.htm   (379 words)

  
 SolomonMcCown
When CBNI tribal leaders met with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to review the status of their petition for federal recognition, they were commended for their response to concerns raised by the community and for working collaboratively with stakeholders.
The Chaubunagungamaug Band of Nipmuck Indians (CBNI) is one of two bands of the historic Nipmuck Indian tribe with roots in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
To ensure that the band’s position was accurately reflected, to clarify misinformation, and to monitor the public debate, the public relations strategy included regular attendance at local town meetings and public hearings in cities and towns in Massachusetts and Connecticut where federal recognition and gaming were discussed.
www.solomonmccown.com /case-pa.html   (379 words)

  
 CRISIS IN KASHMIR / At the front lines of India and Pakistan's conflict
The most festering problem has been the status of Kashmir, which has a Muslim majority but was left under Indian domination.
They envision nuclear exchanges that could kill millions, that could destroy cities that are home to tens of millions of people, and that could rain radioactive fallout across South Asia, threatening crops and risking medical disasters across the crowded continent.
The crisis is a long-term consequence of the collapse of British imperial power in the region after World War II.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2002/06/07/MN42143.DTL   (379 words)

  
 FILMMAKER MAGAZINE Fall 2003: RISKY BUSINESS
Thus Bend It like Beckham, refreshingly, did not hide its Indian ethnicity, its unabashed enthusiasm for soccer or its “soft” teen-girl storyline; nor did Whale Rider whitewash its Maori roots.
The summer 2003 box-office champ, at $70 million and counting, was Fox Searchlight [see chart], which bravely sent out seven movies to duke it out with the big boys — and came out at $70 million and counting.
While the studios reach out to the widest possible audience with soft-edged, homogenized movies designed to please everyone from age eight to 80, “the indies are able to counter that with extreme specificity,” says Fox Searchlight marketing president Nancy Utley.
www.filmmakermagazine.com /fall2003/columns/risky_business.html   (379 words)

  
 Jefferson County, New York GenWeb
For an explanation of the status of towns, villages, and hamlets together with a partial listing of locations in Jefferson County, click here.
It includes all incorporated cities, villages and towns, Indian reservations, and selected unincorporated places.
If the state in which you are interested does not have a page and you wish to be responsible for it, please contact Holly Timm.
www.rootsweb.com /~nyjeffer   (379 words)

  
 India on Encyclopedia.com
The holy cities of India attract pilgrims from throughout the East: Varanasi (formerly Benares), Allahabad, Puri, and Nashik are religious centers for the Hindus; Amritsar is the holy city of the Sikhs; and Satrunjaya Hill near Palitana is sacred to the Jains.
The Government of India Act (late 1919) set up provincial legislatures with "dyarchy," which meant that elected Indian ministers, responsible to the legislatures, had to share power with appointed British governors and ministers.
Imperial conferences concerning the status of India were held in 1930, 1931, and 1932, and led to the Government of India Act of 1935.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/section/India_Government.asp   (6174 words)

  
 Alexander Cockburn: How the British Destroyed India
India was “forced to the status of agricultural colony of British manufacturing capitalism”, whose ideologues then invoked Malthus to explain India’s degraded condition.
The 'sepoy' (a British corruption of the Indian sipahi or soldier) was simply a peasant in uniform, who could not but reflect the mood of his village.
In India, from a foot in front of one’s nose to the horizon, there are infinite medleys of planes and perspectives.
www.counterpunch.org /cockburn08062005.html   (5173 words)

  
 Gambling and the Law - Status of Gambling Laws by I. Nelson Rose
TEXAS - Incumbent Gov. Rick Perry (R.), an opponent of all gambling, especially Indian casinos, was reelected, beating pro-gaming Tony Sanchez (D.).
The Seminoles are keeping their four casinos open, with slots machines with skill-stop buttons, even though the NIGC has issued a fine of $8 million and ordered them closed.
The State Gambling Commission is debating increasing betting limits, while Gov. Locke (D.) supports bills to limit their growth and a few cities are considering bans.
www.bjrnet.com /StatusGamingEnablingLaws.htm   (5173 words)

  
 Jackson County Records Inventory
Included are maps, plans, and drawings of counties and cities, election precincts, courthouses and other county buildings, cemeteries, rivers, Indian reservations, school districts, construction projects, and soil classifications.
Information includes registration number; place and date of death; name, sex, color, birth date and place, age, and marital status of the deceased; names and birthplaces of parents; primary and contributory cause of death; physician, registrar, and informant signatures; filing date; and date and place of burial.
Series contains statements of complaint and commitment recorded by the county clerk or recorder and includes petitions to have an individual committed; physicians certification that an individual is insane; delivery warrants authorizing a county official (usually the sheriff) to take the individual to the state hospital; patient discharges; paroles or transfers; indexes; and correspondence.
arcweb.sos.state.or.us /county/cpjacksondescrip1.htm   (11573 words)

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