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  William Williams
At the end of the War, in 1783, William Williams was one of the three men appointed to prepare the Inventory of the Personal Estate of John Mayfield of Browns Creek, deceased.
William Williams was born on 15 March 1753, however, the location and the names of his parents are unknown.
The said William Williams entered into the service of his country in the Fall of 1775 under the command of Captain Thomas Robins of Col. Brown's Regt.
sc_tories.tripod.com /william_williams.htm   (411 words)

 Robert Christgau: Living in a Material World: Raymond Williams' Long Revolution
Williams was an enraptured admirer of Finnegans Wake when he decided to take up fiction as a vocation in the early '50s, and although he soon embraced conventional narrative technique, he's never stopped chafing at what publishers dictate to be publishable length; like Joyce, he wants his novels to contain whole worlds.
Williams is torn by the same contradictions that rip at all but his most self-deceived or cold-hearted allies: on the one hand he sees that reform's ended up next to nowhere, and on the other hand he sees where revolution's ended up.
Williams bypasses Austen because he wasn't ready for her (though he was by the time of The Country and the City, which reprises several of the ideas here, sometimes almost verbatim).
www.robertchristgau.com /xg/bkrev/williams-85.php   (6195 words)

 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Philip Lee Williams (b. 1950)
In Final Heat (1992), Williams uses the Southern Gothic mode to relate the story of a depraved rich girl in love with a mechanic and their botched robbery and escape from a small southern town.
Writing in the voice of Henry Hawthorne, a southern family servant who lived during the American Revolution, Williams tells the tale of the rambunctious and revolutionary Charleston maid Jenny Dorset and also creates an exceptionally realistic memoir (complete with descriptive titles and a dedication to President Washington).
Williams returns to a more dramatic mode with the historical novel A Distant Flame (2004), for which he received the 2004 Michael Shaara Award for Civil War Fiction.
www.georgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-526   (853 words)

 Albert Rhys Williams
Albert Rhys Williams (Sept 28, 1883-Feb 27, 1962), a labor organizer and journalist, was a witness to and a participant in the Russian Revolution of October 1917.
Williams was distressed that his own country not only failed to support the Russian Revolution, but, while he was in Vladivostok, sent troops to the Far East to oppose it.
Williams must have discovered that his mature views were not inconsistent with being a Unitarian, since his son, Rhys Williams, a Unitarian minister in Boston, claimed him as such.
www.uua.org /uuhs/duub/articles/albertrhyswilliams.html   (1912 words)

 Williams, Raymond
Raymond Williams was to become one of Britain's greatest post-war cultural historians, theorists and polemicists.
Williams' contribution to cultural thinking was that of the Cambridge professor who never forgot the Welsh village of his childhood.
He was a theorist of literature who himself wrote novels; an historian of drama who was also a playwright; and a commentator on TV and the mass media who himself regularly contributed to the medium in a variety of ways.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/W/htmlW/williamsray/williamsray.htm   (986 words)

 Jody Williams
Williams replied that yes, she would most definitely attempt to negotiate with the terrorist group, and went on to highlight the role that negotiation plays in the resolution of conflict and terrorism.
Williams about the role of the United Nations in maintaining international peace and security, suggesting that since its inception over sixty years ago, the UN’s efforts have been plagued by politics, a lack of funding, and lack of global support, its future impact is uncertain.
In response, Jody Williams, recognizing the importance and potential of the United Nations noted however, that many of the UN’s serious flaws stem from its origins as a post-World War II creation of the self-proclaimed victors.
www.du.edu /con-res/JodiWilliams.htm   (611 words)

 Harold Williams
Harold Williams, the son of a Nonconformist minister from England, was born in New Zealand in 1876.
Throughout the revolution, when the city was actually under the control of thousands of soldiers, they behaved with few exceptions like thorough gentleman.
The sharp repulse given to this firebrand was a healthy sign of the growth of practical sense of the Socialist wing, and the generally moderate and sensible tone of the conference of provincial workers' and soldiers' deputies was another hopeful indication of the passing of the revolutionary fever.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /RUSwilliamsH.htm   (1796 words)

 Lucas-Family.org - George Williams of Isle of Wight County, Virginia & Descendants
George Robert Williams, son of Blaney Williams and Mary Jane Draughon was born 1838 in Sampson County, North Carolina.
He married Sarah Jane Williams, daughter of John Carouth Williams, who was the grandson of the famed Captain John "She" Williams of Sampson County who served in the Revolutionary War.
John Blaney Williams (1878-1945) was born in the Newton Grove section of Sampson County and subsequently moved to Clinton where he became an outstanding civic leader and county political leader.
www.lucas-family.org /gw   (459 words)

 Rock On The Net: Robbie Williams
Robbie Williams was born February 13, 1974, in England, and first came to music fame as part of the U.K. group Take That before going off on a solo venture in 1995.
Williams publicly denounced the group which reportedly actually fired him and Williams wasn't considered a likely candidate for solo success, especially when gossip reports surfaced about Williams partying habits.
Williams was not hurt and was able to finish the concert - the attacker was arrested.
www.rockonthenet.com /artists-w/robbiewilliams.htm   (1165 words)

 Andy Williams (soccer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Before joining MLS, Williams was a star in college for the University of Rhode Island where he is currently the team's all-time leading scorer, with 52 goals and 45 assists.
Williams joined MLS in 1998 with the Columbus Crew, with whom he would play for two seasons.
Williams played in 2001 and beginning of 2002 with New England, before moving to the MetroStars in a six-player deal in the middle of the 2002 season.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Andy_Williams_(soccer)   (330 words)

 Trojan Family Magazine
Williams was still months away from earning his state license when, in 1921, he got a boost from a former Polytechnic High classmate, Louis Cass.
Williams easily could have made a career out of designing big-dollar projects for big-time clients, but his social conscience was stronger than that.
As ever, Williams’ emphasis was on comfort and livability; each of the floor plans had not only dimensions, but tips on colors, materials, labor-saving devices and the other little things that make a house a home.
www.usc.edu /dept/pubrel/trojan_family/spring04/williams1.html   (3805 words)

 Williams Diamond Center - Famous Diamonds
During the French Revolution in 1792, when Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette attempted to flee France, the French Blue was stolen.
The USSR Diamond Fund comprises many of the historical jewels that were amassed by the rulers of Russia before the Revolution of 1917, along with exceptional diamonds unearthed in the former Soviet Union during the last three decades.
Following the French Revolution, a stone believed to be the Sancy found its way to a Spanish nobleman, and eventually in 1828 to Prince Nicholas Demidoff, whose family owned industries and silver mines in Russia.
www.williamsdiamond.com /famousdiamonds.html   (4091 words)

 Revolution Drum & Bugle Corps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Williams has many years of drum corps experience from being a marching member of the Cavaliers to serving as a brass staff member with Revolution in 2006.
Revolution will continue to forever impact the lives of young musicians and fans, as well as maintain their outstanding status in the drum corps activity,” States Mr.
Revolution topped a very successful 2006 season in Madison, Wisconsin, with a Division III silver medal by scoring an 83.950 at the Division II/III World Championship Finals competition presented by A.J. Wright.
www.revolutionypa.org /drumcorps   (1073 words)

 Williams County
Williams County was originally part of territory set aside for Ohio’s Indian people by the Treaty of Greeneville.
Williams County is located in the northwestern part of Ohio.
Most voters in Williams County claim to be independents, yet in recent years, they have overwhelmingly supported Republican Party candidates at the national level.
www.ohiohistorycentral.org /entry.php?rec=2034   (285 words)

 On "The Great Figure"
The image of the firetruck racing through the city in the midst of the frenzy of "gong clangs" and "siren howls" evokes the enthusiasm of the Futurists for the dynamic chaos of the modern urban civilization.
In his autobiography Williams links the incident that produced the poem to a visit to Hartley's studio on Fifteenth Street, repeating the poem's association with Hartley in a 1956 interview with Emily Farnham.
Both Hartley and Williams emphasized their strategy of capturing the 'immediate.' Hartley insisted upon the spontaneity of his Berlin compositions, declaring, "The forms are only those which I have observed casually from day to day." Williams similarly asserts that "The Great Figure" is the record of an "impression...
www.english.uiuc.edu /maps/poets/s_z/williams/figure.htm   (1788 words)

Thomas Williams was a witness on behalf of Roger Williams in a 1755 lawsuit against Williams Hudgens in Cumberland County.
If John Williams, the bondsman, was Nancy's father, then John the pensioner is the only John in the county old enough to be her father.
Shiloh Church minutes in Roane Co. show that the petition of a William Williams for a letter of dismission on 26 Mar 1825 was granted.
www.roanetn.com /williams.htm   (3766 words)

 From Revolution to Reconstruction: Outlines: Outline of American Literature: Early American and Colonial Period to ...
From Revolution to Reconstruction: Outlines: Outline of American Literature: Early American and Colonial Period to 1776: Roger Williams (c.
An English-born son of a tailor, he was banished from Massachusetts in the middle of New England's ferocious winter in 1635.
Williams also believed in the separation between church and state -- still a fundamental principle in America today.
odur.let.rug.nl /~usa/LIT/williams.htm   (574 words)

 Patricia J. Williams
Patricia J. Williams, a professor of law at Columbia University, was born in Boston in 1951 and holds a BA from Wellesley College and a JD from Harvard Law School.
She was a fellow in the School of Criticism and Theory at Dartmouth College and has been an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin School Law School and its department of women's studies.
Williams has served on the advisory council for the Medgar Evers Center for Law and Social Justice of the City University of New York and on the board of governors for the Society of American Law Teachers, among others.
www.thenation.com /directory/bios/patricia_j_williams   (1179 words)

 Williams’ Resignation Prompts Restructuring
Williams’ announcement comes shortly after the Dean of Student Life Margaret R. Bates said she would leave MIT at the end of the school year.
But Williams “decided it wouldn’t be a disadvantage and it might even be an advantage” to consider the job descriptions of Bates and Williams in tandem.
Williams received her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and came to MIT in 1980.
www-tech.mit.edu /V119/N67/67roz.67n.html   (941 words)

 Cover Story >> Wendy Williams
In addition to the ’BLS show, she hosts a series of specials on cable’s VH-1 called “Wendy Williams Is on Fire,” has a syndicated radio show called “Wendy Williams Down Low,” wrote a 2003 memoir titled Wendy’s Got the Heat, and is working on a book-length compilation of her interviews.
Williams is just as candid about her own life.
Williams hosted an urban music show on WRBB and lined up her own internship at Boston’s KISS 108, working for now-legendary morning disc jockey Matt Siegel.
www.numag.neu.edu /0405/williams.html   (746 words)

 Otho Holland Williams
The museum portrait appears to be a copy of a similar portrait (destroyed in 1977) painted for the Williams family.
Both Charles Willson Peale's 1780s miniature of Williams and Rembrandt Peale's 1796 copy of the Williams museum portrait depict Williams without a Cincinnati medal and wearing a white stock.
In the engraving, Williams wears a white stock and a Cincinnati medal (Longacre also altered the trim on Williams's waistcoat to brocade and buttoned his collar).
www.cr.nps.gov /museum/exhibits/revwar/image_gal/indeimg/williams.html   (441 words)

 Berlin Councilman Eyes 2nd Term Next Week   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Williams decided to run for re-election after his first term because he has more to do.
If re-elected, Williams will work to create a partnership between the town, county, state and federal agencies to find funding to address the most critical areas, and over time to eliminate, not just reduce, flooding.
Williams said he would also work to make City Hall more responsive to citizens.
www.mdcoastdispatch.com /williams100606.html   (422 words)

 Susan Dunn/jefferson revolution
As the 19th century dawned, Dunn explains, the war for independence may have been over, but the true outcome of the American Revolution was still very much in doubt.
Dunn's new book, "Jefferson's Second Revolution," is lively, highly readable account of how the deadlocked election of 1800 helped give voice to some of those "other Americans," creating noisy conflict of parties and factions that we now accept as fundamental to democracy.
Dunn, who teaches at Williams College in Massachusetts, has a gift for telling the complex story of a sea change in American politics, giving it real immediacy and making it at least as interesting (and sometimes more than) the current partisan conflicts that welter around us.
www.williams.edu /humanities/sdunn/books/pages/jefferson_revolution.htm   (725 words)

 National Park Service - Signers of the Declaration (William Williams)
Merchant William Williams was prominent in Connecticut politics, but never won national fame except for signing the Declaration.
Upon the outbreak of the Revolution, Williams threw his weight behind the cause.
Williams died at the age of 80 in 1811.
www.cr.nps.gov /history/online_books/declaration/bio52.htm   (274 words)

 Suzanne Morgan Williams
As an outgrowth of her research and the friends she made in the Arctic, Williams coordinated an art exchange between Inuit children of the Arctic and Paiute children of Nevada.
Williams is now searching for funding to ship it to the Arctic for the Inuit people to enjoy.
Williams recalls getting excited reading to her three children when they were small.
www.patriciamnewman.com /williams.html   (676 words)

 Amazon.com: Long Revolution: Books: Raymond Williams   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
When 'The Long Revolution' first appeared in 1961, much of the acclaim it received was based on its prescriptions for Britain in the '60s, which form a relatively brief final section of the whole.
The "long revolution" of the title is a cultural revolution, which Williams sees as having unfolded alongside the democratic revolution and the industrial revolution.
With this book Williams led the way in recognizing the importance of the growth of the popular press, the growth of standard English, and the growth of the reading public in English-speaking culture and in Western culture as a whole.
www.amazon.com /Long-Revolution-Raymond-Williams/dp/155111402X   (1012 words)

 Save Tookie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
I am a longtime friend of Stanley Tookie Williams, who was executed by the State of California a few weeks ago, which I witnessed.
Williams was framed by corrupt testimony -- and then he was executed.
Williams' case -- and the investigation is continuing.
savetookie.org   (934 words)

 Early Descendants of John Williams, Hanover Co., Virginia
John Williams, a Revolution War officer, whom was married to Elizabeth Williamson, sister of Nathaniel's wife Mary Ann.
I Nath'l (sic) Williams of the State of North Carolina and Rockingham County considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound and perfect mind and memory, blesed (sic) be the almighty God for the same, do make......
Williams Son was duly proved in open court by the Oaths of John Nance, William Nance and on mentioned ordered to be recorded.
www.usgennet.org /usa/mo/county/stlouis/williams   (7041 words)

 Can We Afford A Revolution?
Coming up with the funding necessary to exploit the RMA is therefore likely to require either a sea change in public attitudes toward defense spending or a substantial downsizing of the military force structure and its modernization programs.
Cindy Williams is a Senior Fellow at the MIT Security Studies Program and a member of the Technology Working Group.
She has worked at RAND and MITRE and was a Division Director in the Office of Program Analysis and Evaluation at the Department of Defense.
web.mit.edu /ssp/seminars/wed_archives_99spring/williams.html   (1471 words)

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