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  • Ambassador to Spain, a major-general in the Civil War, a U.S. Senator from Missouri, Secretary of the Interior in the Hayes administration, author of a biography
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  • succeeding Henry A. Wallace; succeeded by Barkley. Democratic Senator from Missouri (1935 - 1945). Army Colonel (1905 - 1920). Inaugural address (20 January
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  • S. Evans perished in the unfortunate disaster by which the steamship "Missouri" was burned at sea in October, 1872, while on her passage from New York
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  • form. Several more original volumes have since come to light, one in the Missouri Historical Society, and three more in the collection of Skip Johns. A
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  • United States, 493 U.S. 342 (1990) New York v. Harris, 495 U.S. 14 (1990) Missouri v. Jenkins, 495 U.S. 33 (1990) Venegas v. Mitchell, 495 U.S. 82 (1990)
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  • Families" says he died in 1843. Also that Rev. Thomas Russell Durfee came to Missouri in 1827, and married Anne Glenday in 1828. She was a niece of Mr. Lindsay
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  • Lyle joined them in 1834, after his parents and some siblings moved to Missouri. Joseph moved with his family to Staunton in 1827 (or 1828) after his business
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  • Milliken v. Bradley, 418 U.S. 717 (1974) Planned Parenthood of Central Missouri v. Danforth, 428 U.S. 52 (1976) Oregon v. Mitchell, (400) U.S. 112 (1970)
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  • Berkeley County, Virginia, and died September 11, 1844 in St. Charles, Missouri. He married Lucretia Keyes January 25, 1801 in Harrisonburg, Virginia,
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  • the family moved to St. Charles, Missouri. James was a merchant with trading operations in Scotland, Mexico, Missouri, and other places. He married Mary
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  • Glenday and Anne Lindsay. In 1816, her family arrived in St. Charles, Missouri, which was the home of her mother's brother, Author:Thomas Lindsay. About
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  • born in Scotland. He came to the United State, arriving at St. Charles, Missouri in 1817, with his wife, Anne Lindsay, and children. Anne died about 1822
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  • HenryGaussGauss,_Charles Henry18451913Charles Henry Gauss was born in St. Charles, Missouri to Eugene Gauss and Henrietta Fawcett Gauss. He attended Yale University
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  • from Missouri; born in Sikeston, Scott County, Mo., May 22, 1958; graduated from Thomas W. Kelly High School, Benton, Mo.; B.S., University of Missouri, 1980;
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  • _David Russell18471909Chairman of English Literature at the University of Missouri The Book and the Plow The Bible in Polite Literature The Philosophy of
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  • _Edwin Winfield18661953Assistant-Professor of English at the University of Missouri (1892–3). Professor of Latin at Randolph-Macon College (1894–?); retired
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  • Institute (1877-1880), King's College, Nova Scotia (1880-1882), University of Missouri (1882-1888; he was professor and director of the Museum of Natural History)
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  • StevensWalter BarlowStevensStevens,_Walter Barlow18481939United States (St. Louis, Missouri) journalist “St. Louis,” Encyclopædia Britannica (12th ed.), 1922.
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  • Harvard University. Assistant Professor of Greek at the University of Missouri. Associate Editor of The Classical Journal. “Hoover, Herbert Clark,” Encyclopædia
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  • RowlandFrancisFrancis,_David RowlandDRFrancis.jpg18501927Mayor of St. Louis; Governor of Missouri; United States Secretary of the Interior Report of the Secretary of the
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