ⓘ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 410

Steamboat Bill

Steamboat Bill is a 1910 song with music by the vaudeville group The Leighton Brothers and lyrics by Ren Shields which became one of the first hit recordings in the United States through its 1911 recording by Arthur Collins. "Steamboat Bill" nota ...

Spencerian

Spencerian refers to Spencerian Business College, various the adjective of Spencer surname, in particular Spencerian College, for-profit career college in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky, USA Spencerian script, business handwriting style Platt ...

Frank Stanley

Frank Stanley may refer to: Frank Stanley cinematographer 1922–1999, American cinematographer Frank C. Stanley 1868–1910, bass-baritone vocalist Frank Leslie Stanley, Sr. 1906–1974 publisher of Louisville Defender newspaper, political activist, c ...

WBOB

WBOB may refer to: WCGX, a radio station 1360 AM licensed to serve Galax, Virginia, United States, which held the call sign WBOB from 1947 to 1997 WVRA, a radio station 107.3 FM licensed to serve Enfield, North Carolina, United States, which held ...

William Mount

William Mount may refer to: William Sidney Mount 1807–1868, U.S. painter William George Mount 1824–1906, MP for Newbury Sir William Mount, 2nd Baronet 1904–1993, British Army officer William Mount Isle of Wight MP 1787–1869, Member of Parliament ...

Bust of John McDonogh

A bust of John McDonogh was installed in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States in 1938, as part of the Federal Art Project. It was created by Angela Gregory, a New Orleans native, and was erected at what was designated "McDonogh Place", a small p ...

76th Massachusetts General Court (1855)

The 76th Massachusetts General Court, consisting of the Massachusetts Senate and the Massachusetts House of Representatives, met in 1855 during the governorship of Henry Gardner. Henry Wetherby Benchley served as president of the Senate and Danie ...

Edward W. Atwood

Edward W. Atwood was an American lawyer and politician from Maine. Atwood, a Republican, represented Portland in the Maine House of Representatives for two terms from 1923 – 1926. Prior to serving in the Legislature, Atwood had served as a Flying ...

Susan J. Devlin

Devlin earned a bachelors degree in mathematics from William Smith College in 1968, and has a masters degree in statistics from Rutgers University. After completing her bachelors degree, she began working for Bell Labs, and completed her masters ...

P. Daniel Smith

P. Daniel Smith is a longtime United States government administrator who is a former acting director of the United States National Park Service in the Trump administration.

Zelma Maine-Jackson

Zelma Maine-Jackson is an American hydrogeologist at the Washington Department of Ecology known for her long-term role in environmental remediation of nuclear waste at Hanford Site, for which she was covered in the Daughters of Hanford feature of ...

Mardens

Mardens started in Fairfield, Maine in 1964, where Harold" Mickey” Marden, a mailman, held auctions of collectibles hed gathered during rounds of the local auction circuit. Using a" from-the-hip-pricing” model, customers would walk through rows o ...

Karine A. Gibbs

Karine Gibbs is a Jamaican American microbiologist and immunologist and an Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University. Gibbs’ research merges the fields of sociomicrobiology and bacterial cell biology to explore h ...

Nancy Maria Donaldson Johnson

Nancy was born in 1795 to Dr. Lothario Donaldson and Mary Polly Rider in New York. Little else is known about her actual past, however she is assumed to have been born in New York, Maryland, or Pennsylvania. She was a housewife, living in Philade ...

Eastport

In the United States Eastport, Michigan Eastport, Ohio, an unincorporated community Eastport, New York Eastport, Maryland, a neighborhood in Annapolis, Maryland Eastport, Maine Eastport, Idaho Elsewhere Eastport, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Monocacy

Monocacy Creek Lehigh River, a tributary of the Lehigh River in Pennsylvania Monocacy Creek Schuylkill River, a tributary of the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania Little Monocacy River, a tributary of the Potomac River in Maryland

Kenneth Jackson

Kenneth Jackson may refer to: Ken Jackson trade unionist born 1937, British trades unionist Kenny Jackson cricketer born 1964, former first class cricketer Kenny Jackson born 1962, former professional American football player Kenneth A. Jackson, ...

Quantico

Quantico may refer to: Virginia institutions Marine Corps Base Quantico, U.S. training base Quantico, FBI Academy of U.S. national law-enforcement agency Quantico, Maryland, unincorporated community Metropolitan-Washington geography Quantico Cree ...

Town Creek

Town Creek, Dallas, Texas, a neighborhood in the Lake Highlands area Town Creek, Maryland, an unincorporated community in Allegany County Town Creek, Alabama, a town in Lawrence County

79th Massachusetts General Court (1858)

The 79th Massachusetts General Court, consisting of the Massachusetts Senate and the Massachusetts House of Representatives, met in 1858 during the governorship of Nathaniel Prentice Banks. Charles Wentworth Upham served as president of the Senat ...

Senator Lord

Senator Lord may refer to: Harry T. Lord 1863–1923, New Hampshire State Senate William A. Lord 1849–1927, Vermont State Senate Jarvis Lord 1816–1887, New York State Senate George P. Lord 1831–1917, New York State Senate Bert Lord 1869–1939, New Y ...

Gedney

Gedney Island Washington, a small island in Possession Sound, off of the coast of Everett, Washington Gedney, Lincolnshire, a village in England near Boston

Phil Graham (disambiguation)

Phil Graham was an American publisher and businessman. Phil or Philip Graham may also refer to: Phil Graham rugby league born 1981, Australian rugby league footballer Phil Graham rower born 1970, Canadian Olympic rower Philip Graham rugby league ...

WCCM

WCCM may refer to: WMVX AM, a radio station 1110 AM located in Salem, New Hampshire, United States, which held the WCCM call sign from 2007 to 2017 WEEI-FM, a radio station 93.7 FM located in Lawrence, Massachusetts, which held the WCCM-FM call s ...

WKMY

WKMY may refer to: WKOY-FM, a radio station 100.9 FM licensed to serve Princeton, Virginia, United States, which held the call sign WKMY from 1981 to 1997 WRWX, a radio station 91.1 FM licensed to serve Winchendon, Massachusetts, which held the c ...

John A. Matthews

Born in Mankato, Minnesota, Matthews was brought to Montana as an infant. He attended high school in Helena, Montana, graduating as valedictorian of his class, and making a valedictory speech calling for the abolition of capital punishment in the ...

Michigans 59th House of Representatives district

Michigans 59th House of Representatives district is a legislative district within the Michigan House of Representatives located in Calvin Township, Dowagiac, Jefferson Township, La Grange Township, Marcellus Township, Mason Township, Newberg Town ...

Michigans 57th House of Representatives district

Michigans 57th House of Representatives district is a legislative district within the Michigan House of Representatives located in Adrian, Adrian Township, Blissfield Township, Clinton Township, Deerfield Township, Dover Township, Fairfield Towns ...

Michigans 56th House of Representatives district

Michigans 56th House of Representatives district is a legislative district within the Michigan House of Representatives located in Bedford Township, Dundee Township, Erie Township, Ida Township, La Salle Township, Luna Pier, Milan Township, Peter ...

Michigans 34th Senate district

Michigans 34th Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Jon Bumstead since 2019, succeeding fellow Republican Goeff Hansen.

Michigans 36th Senate district

Michigans 36th Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Jim Stamas since 2015, succeeding fellow Republican John Moolenaar.

Michigans 31st Senate district

Michigans 31st Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Kevin Daley since 2019, succeeding fellow Republican Mike Green.

Michigans 32nd Senate district

Michigans 32nd Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Ken Horn since 2015, succeeding fellow Republican Roger Kahn.

Michigans 15th Senate district

Michigans 15th Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Jim Runestad since 2019, succeeding fellow Republican Mike Kowall.

Wayne State Arena

Wayne State Arena is the tentative name of a planned multi-purpose 3.000-seat indoor arena to be built in Detroit, Michigan. It would replace the Matthaei Center, which was constructed in 1965, and house the Wayne State Warriors Mens and Womens b ...

Henry Hastings

Henry Hastings may refer to: Henry Hastings, 1st Baron Loughborough 1610–1666/7, English Royalist army commander Henry Hastings, 5th Earl of Huntingdon 1586–1643, English nobleman and literary patron Henry Hastings actor 1879–1963, American actor ...

Tom Hall (disambiguation)

Tom Hall is an American game designer. Tom Hall may also refer to: Tom Hall electronic musician born 1980, musician and multimedia artist Tom Hall cricketer, born 1930 1930–1984, Derbyshire, Somerset and MCC cricketer Tom T. Hall born 1936, Ameri ...

Winona Subdivision

The Winona Subdivision or Winona Sub is a is a railway line operated by Union Pacific Railroad. The Union Pacific owns 1.8 miles 2.9 km of rail in downtown Winona, Minnesota. The UP reaches Winona using the River Subdivision and Tomah Subdivision ...

Tosher (disambiguation)

Tosher Killingback, a competitor at the 1979 Britains Strongest Man Tom Smith footballer, born 1900 or Tosher 1900–1934, British footballer Tosher Underwood 1878–1960, British footballer Tosher Burns 1902–1984, British footballer Paul Tosh or Tos ...

Jeff Anderson and Associates

Jeff Anderson & Associates PA is a law firm headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota that has represented thousands of survivors of childhood sexual abuse in cases against the Catholic Church, the Boy Scouts of America, and other institutions.

Seymour Lawrence

Seymour Lawrence was born on 11 February 1926 in New York City, to Jack and Sophie L. Lawrence. He attended Harvard University, where he was the editor of the literary magazine Wake, and graduated in 1948. He worked briefly as a representative fo ...

Lorenzen

Lorenzen, Mississippi, an unincorporated community

WRKN

WRKN may refer to: WNCV, a radio station 93.3 FM licensed to serve Shalimar, Florida, which held the call sign WRKN in 2006 WHWY, a radio station 98.1 FM licensed to serve Holt, Florida, United States, which held the call sign WRKN from 2009 to 2 ...

Douglas County

Douglas County is any of twelve counties in the United States, all of which are named for Stephen A. Douglas, a Senator from Illinois from 1847 to 1861 and the Democratic Party nominee for President in 1860: Douglas County, Oregon Douglas County, ...

Harrisonville (disambiguation)

Harrisonville may refer to: Battle Ground, Indiana, formed in part from the 1867 consolidation with the Town of Harrisonville Harrisonville, Georgia, an unincorporated community Harrisonville, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Harrisonville, ...

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ may refer to: Community of Christ, which was known as the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints from 1872 until 2001 an RLDS Restoration Branch located in Raytown, Missouri, which has claimed t ...

Michael Middleton

Michael or Mike Middleton may refer to: Michael Francis Middleton born 1949, father of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Michael Middleton Dwyer, American architect Mike Middleton American football born 1969, American football player Mike Middleton ...

Urshan

Andrew David Urshan 1884-1967, a Persian-born Assyrian evangelist and author. Shamiram Urshan 1938–2011, also known as Shamiram Ourshan was an Assyrian singer.

List of Xanthoparmelia species

This is a list of species in the foliose lichen genus Xanthoparmelia. It is the most speciose lichen genus, containing an estimated 822 species as of 2020. The key characteristics of Xanthoparmelia include the cell walls containing Xanthoparmelia ...

Arrhenodes minutus

Arrhenodes minutus, commonly known as the oak timberworm, is a species of primitive weevil in the family Brentidae. These beetles are pests of hardwoods in North America. Adult oak timberworms are shiny, elongate, and range 7 to 25 mm in length. ...