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  • (1914) Fort Wayne 63629The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Fort Wayne Fort Wayne, the county-seat of Allen County, in northeastern Indiana, is
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  • Indiana. It was an action of assumpsit, brought by Patten and Lane, merchants of New York, against the plaintiffs in error, merchants of Fort Wayne,
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  • Morristown, New Jersey, was one of the pioneer physicians of Indiana, having settled in Fort Wayne in 1842, which was then a small but promising village. To
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  • Nebraska). "Dr. Adrianne Wadewitz - Obituary". Legacy.com (Fort Wayne, Indiana: Published in Fort Wayne Newspapers on Apr. 23, 2014). April 23, 2014. Woo, Elaine
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  • State, U.S.A. Follen, Charles, German poet and theologian. ... Fort Wayne, town, Indiana, U.S.A. ... Fownes, George, English chemist. Fox, carnivorous
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition Fort Wayne 1805607Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition — Fort Wayne FORT WAYNE, or, as it is sometimes called,
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  • 10 Fort Wayne 18062031911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 10 — Fort Wayne FORT WAYNE, a city and the county-seat of Allen county, Indiana, U.S
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  • In this state of things, Miller, a German trader, resident at Fort Wayne, in Indiana, who had a valuable, unincumbered real estate in that State, but
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  • American Cyclopædia Fort Wayne 1805598The American Cyclopædia — Fort Wayne FORT WAYNE, a city and the capital of Allen co., Indiana, on an elevated
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  • coming from without the state were received in the carrier's yard at Fort Wayne, Indiana. They were destined to Olds' private switch track connecting with
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  • May Fort Miami (on the site of Fort Wayne, Indiana) surrendered to the Indians after its commander, Ensign Holmes, had been treacherously killed. Fort Ouiatanon
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  • writer was elected president, and Mr. William P. Breen, LL.D., of Fort Wayne, Indiana, treasurer. Temporary headquarters were established at Lapeer, Michigan
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  • four efficient amateur stations. 8NH at St. Marys, Ohio; 9PC at Fort Wayne, Indiana; 8YL and myself, 8AEZ, in Lima, Ohio, and I believe that between
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  • the devices to Eckrich, whose principal place of business was at Fort Wayne, Indiana. In the contract of sale, Allbright-Nell agreed to defend any infringement
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  • Betts v. Jon E. Litscher 241 F.3d 597 (2001) Patrick Fyfe v. City of Fort Wayne Indiana 241 F.3d 603 (2001) Willard S. Peterson v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. 241
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  • later course in the field of invention. In 1860, business took me to Fort Wayne, Indiana. An uncle at Carlyle, Illinois, had designed a corn-planter for which
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  • Wisconsin, Ohio, Louisiana, and Texas; schools, high and primary, in Fort Wayne (Indiana), Chicago (Illinois), and Austin (Texas), parishes in Chicago, Portland
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  • moraine. This line extends entirely through Ohio, and bends sharply at Fort Wayne, Indiana, following St. Joseph's River northeasterly, so that its whole course
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  • came Ross Barnes; Marshalltown, Iowa, with Anson to its credit; Fort Wayne, Indiana, with Matthews as its contribution; Rochester, N. Y., with Sutton
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  • Quincy, Illinois; Bay City, East Saginaw and Grand Rapids, Michigan; Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Toledo, Ohio. Toledo won the pennant. The Inter-State Association
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