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Chongjin

, who later took refugee in South Korea. While the main plot revolves around the lives of six main characters interviewees before and during the North Korean famine of 1990s and their eventual flight to South Korea, the book has lively depictions of Chongjin and the surrounding area, especially during the economic collapse of North Korea in the 1990s. Get in File:AIR KORYO IL18 P835 AT ORANG MOUNT CHILBO AIRPORT DPR KOREA AFTER


Zhangjiakou

-hans 赤城县 Chìchéng Xiàn 280,000 5,238 53 - 17 Chongli County *


Roanoke Colony

ion is linked from Gotham City -- In 2005, a new version of Klarion starred in his own mini-series as one of the seven main characters in Grant Morrison's ''Seven Soldiers of Victory (Seven Soldiers of Victory#Seven Soldiers)''. Morrison described this character as a return to the original Kirby version with some updates, including the return of Klarion's original overall look, and a move away from the Peter David version. http: www.barbelith.com faq index.php


Chinatown, San Francisco

starred in ''Flower Drum Song (Flower Drum Song (film))'' in a related role. The film was distinguished for being the "first big-budget American film" with an all–Asian cast.


Dushanbe

into tiny pieces" Information Clearing House The Independent, 8 September 2007 ;Access The best time for visiting is May-October for trekking and July-September for mountaineering ''', when the weather is usually at its best. Access is generally from Pendjikent , which can be reached either from Dushanbe or Samarkand. Main characters '''Captain Maksim Mikhailovich Rukov''' was born on 12 January 1966


Presidio of San Francisco

of the Council of the United Federation of Planets (Federation Council (Star Trek)) in what is now the Presidio of San Francisco. Throughout the ''Star Trek'' franchise, the main characters' isolation from Starfleet Command compels them to make and act upon decisions without Starfleet Command's orders or information. admin_center_type Headquarters admin_center The Presidio (Presidio of San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, USA leader_title1 Global Council


Tombstone, Arizona

Johnny Behan, who served as the first sheriff of the new county, and who was one of the main characters during the events leading to and following the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Later, in 1886, Texas John Slaughter (John Horton Slaughter) became sheriff. Lawman Jeff Milton and lawman outlaw Burt Alvord both served as deputies under Slaughter. The first two Boy Scout troops in Arizona Territory were organized in Prescott (Prescott, Arizona), in September 1910 and in Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona) at almost the same time. Otis H. Childster Scout Museum Tucson Arizona In Prescott, E.P. Cole of Whipple Barracks (Fort Whipple, Arizona) was the first scoutmaster. Arizona Territorial Historian Sharlot Hall was an honorary member of the Tombstone troop. Scouting came to Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) in the fall 1910 with Clarence R. Craig as the scoutmaster. Other scout troops were formed; in Bisbee (Bisbee, Arizona) in early 1911. and in St. Joseph (Joseph City, Arizona) and Snowflake (Snowflake, Arizona) about the same time. Oral history of Rial M. Randall to Dilworth C. Brinton Jr. The city was founded in 1880 when the Southern Pacific Railroad came through. It was named after Judge William B. Benson, a friend of Charles Crocker, president of the Southern Pacific Railroad. The Southern Pacific, coming overland from California, chose the Benson site to cross the San Pedro River (San Pedro River (Arizona)). Benson then served as a rail junction point to obtain ore and refined metal by wagon, in turn shipping rail freight back to the mines at Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona), Fairbank (Fairbank, Arizona), Contention (Contention City, Arizona) and Bisbee (Bisbee, Arizona). For example, the railhead in Benson was about 25 miles from Tombstone, and was the closest rail connection to it until 1882, when a feeder line was laid from Benson to Contention City (Contention City, Arizona). In old west history The railhead in Benson was used by the Earps in March, 1882 to send the body of Morgan Earp after his assassination in Tombstone, Arizona to the Earp family home in Colton, California. The next day, the same station was used as the terminal to send Virgil Earp and his wife away from Tombstone, on the same route. Accompanying them were five guards: Wyatt Earp, Warren Earp, Doc Holliday and two others. After the murder of Frank Stilwell near the Tucson, Arizona train terminal that evening, Virgil left on the train for California and his five guards used the night-freight train back to Benson before proceded back to Tombstone to start what later become known as the Earp vendetta ride. History Huachuca City started out as a rail stop, along the Southern Pacific Railroad. The rail stretched between Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona) and Patagonia (Patagonia, Arizona) and is no longer in operation today. With the opening of Fort Huachuca in 1954, the area began to grow and while it went through many name changes - Campstone Station, Sunset City, and Huachuca Vista - it finally settled on the name Huachuca City and incorporated in 1958. Also indicated in the CER 2009 Economic Outlook publication, the Arizona DEC estimates the Sierra Vista Area size is approximately 75,000, which includes outlying areas of Sierra Vista Southeast Census Designated Place (CDP), Huachuca City, Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona), Whetstone (Whetstone, Arizona), Hereford (Hereford, Arizona) and unincorporated surrounding areas. The population of the Sierra Vista Area is estimated to reach nearly 100,000 by 2028. History St. David was established as a result of the Mormon Battalion having earlier passed through the San Pedro River (San Pedro River (Arizona)) valley in 1846. One of the founders of St. David, Philemon C. Merrill, was a member of the battalion. (31.7339802, -109.8297941). Seminary service In 1882 during his first year at the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, Massachusetts (now the Episcopal Divinity School) Peabody, a seminarian not yet a priest, was invited to take charge of a little Episcopal congregation in Tombstone, Arizona (now St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Tombstone). After a long seven-day train ride from Boston, he arrived in Benson, Arizona and took the Sandy Bob stagecoach to Tombstone, arriving on January 29, 1882, three months after the "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral". He had words of praise for Wyatt Earp. Ironically, one of the few famous names that Otero failed to drop in his autobiography has stirred debate among Wild West scholars. A carbon copy of a letter discovered at a flea market in 2001 and apparently written by Otero, places him in Albuquerque (Albuquerque, New Mexico) in April 1882, giving aid to Wyatt Earp and the rest of his party as they concluded their Vendetta Ride (Earp Vendetta Ride) out of Tombstone, Arizona. In ''My Life on the Frontier: 1864-1882'' (p. 217), Otero mentions the Earp brothers only as friends of Doc Holliday, providing no hint of the incident detailed in the "Otero Letter." By coincidence, it is fairly easy to establish that during most of this two-week period Otero was in Denver, where his father had just been swindled out of $2,400 by Doc Baggs, a notorious con man (confidence trick). Otero, who was traveling with his father, spent most of this period attempting to retrieve his father's bank note through various means. This and other factual problems with the letter have caused some experts to question its authenticity. '''Helldorado''' may refer to: *Helldorado, a nickname for Tombstone, Arizona (and variation of El Dorado) created in the 1880's by a disgruntled miner who wrote a letter to the ''Tombstone Nugget'' newspaper complaining about trying to find his fortune and ending up washing dishes. *''Helldorado'' (album) (Helldorado (album))" is the eighth album by W.A.S.P., released in 1999 Out West Jack eventually wound up in Kansas in the late 1870s. He went to Tombstone, Arizona (Arizona Territory), from Dodge City, Kansas, where he possibly previously knew the Earps and also perhaps Doc Holliday. He was listed by Virgil Earp as special policeman (i.e., deputy city policeman) June 22, 1881. This is the day of the large Tombstone fire of 1881, with which Virgil had to cope as acting city marshal; the date suggests that Jack is one of the extra men Virgil hired to help cope with looting, during and after the disaster. Upon his ascension to the governorship, Hoyt had two major rivalries to deal with. He was able to help heal a bitter relationship between the territory's civilian and military leadership which had developed under Governor Safford, with General Irvin McDowell commending Hoyt on his attitude. Wagoner pp. 160 He had less success addressing the rivalry between the northern and southern portions of the territory, but was seen as a neutral party unaffiliated with either part of the territory. Goff p. 68 Hoyt's term saw the opening of the Bisbee (Bisbee, Arizona) and Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona) mining districts, construction of a dependable civilian telegraph system, and the connection of Yuma (Yuma, Arizona) to California by the eastward building Southern Pacific Railroad. Wagoner pp. 162


Bamako

at the beginning shows the locations and suggests that the story is about a whole country and all of its people. There is a large cast of characters associated with each place. Some are featured players—Fa Keita, Tiemoko, Maimouna, Ramatoulaye, Penda, Deune, N'Deye, Dejean, and Bakayoko. Others part of the populace. The fundamental conflict is captured in two people, Dejean (the French manager and colonialist) and Bakayoko (the soul and spirit of the strike). In another sense, however, the main

characters of the novel are the people as a collective, the places they inhabit, and the railroad. founded 1960 ground Stade 26 Mars Bamako, Mali capacity 55,000 '''Djoliba Athletic Club''' ('''Djoliba AC''') is a Malian football (football (soccer)) club and one of the two biggest teams in Mali alongside the Stade Malien. The team is based in the capital city (Capital (political)) of Bamako. It has its headquarters and three training stadia (Stadium) at Complex Sportif Hérémakono, in the Heremakono ''Quartier''. The President of Djoliba AC, re-elected in 2009 to a four year term, is Karounga Keita (Karounga Keita(footballer)) a VicePresident of FEMIFOOT, former trainer at the club, who was a player at the founding of the club in 1960. Karounga Keita re-elected president of Djoliba FC of Bamako. PANA Press, 31 03 2009 ''Djoliba'' or ''Joliba'' is the name of the Niger River in the Bamana language (Bambara language). Not only a football club, Djoliba AC is an Omnisports club which fields teams in many sports, and is operated as a membership organisation with an elected board. Assemblée générale du Djoliba : un nouveau bail pour KAROUNGA KEÏTA. l'Essor n15891 - 2007-02-12 Other organizations *The 6th World Social Forum (WSF), an alter-globalization movement, took place in Bamako from January 19 to January 23, 2006. The debt problem was at the heart of the agenda for the meeting. For Barry Aminata Touré, president of the Coalition of African Alternatives to Debt and Development, "''the simple cancellation of debt of Third World nations is finally putting poor countries on the developing track''". Agriculture, and in particular genetically modified organisms, access to water, and immigration were some of the other topics brought up by participants. According to Diadié Yacouba Dagnoko, former Minister for Culture and one of the coordinators of the WSF, the forum, which accommodated between 15,000 and 20,000 participants, cost 700 million CFA francs. Falling under the framework for this WSF, the ''Collectif citoyen pour la restitution et le développement intégré du rail'' (Cocidirail) requested for the renationalisation of the rail network, and for the reopening of shut down stations. It promised to beat incumbent president of Mali (Heads of state of Mali) Amadou Toumani Touré if he recontested in the 2007 elections to protest against his false election promises. After the success of the first African Games, the organizing bodies awarded the second games to Bamako, Mali to be held in 1969. A military coup disrupted the plans and the organizers moved the games to Lagos, Nigeria to be held in 1971. The games were postponed once again and finally opened in January 1973. A torch was lit in Brazzaville a week before the games and transported to Lagos as a symbol of the continuity of the games. birth_date Commons:Category:Bamako Wikipedia:Bamako Dmoz:Regional Africa Mali Localities Bamako


Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Another, but similar plan involving Interstate 78 would have bisected the town of Phillipsburg (Phillipsburg, New Jersey), but NJDOT (New Jersey Department of Transportation) and PennDOT, under opposition from local residents, decided to reroute I-78 south of the Lehigh Valley area, on what would have been the planned I-278 (Interstate 278 (Pennsylvania)) bypass. This led to the downgrade of I-378 (Pennsylvania Route 378) in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania from an Interstate highway to a PA State highway route. The completion of I-78 through the Watchung Reservation in Union County (Union County, New Jersey) was also delayed until the late 1980s due to litigation opposing its route through the park. Joe Ettor went to work for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in 1906 as an organizer, continuing in that capacity for the next decade. An outstanding and inspirational public speaker who was fluent in Italian and English, Ettor's earliest organizing work on behalf of the IWW took place in the Western United States, where he had worked unionizing miners and migrant laborers. Philip S. Foner, ''History of the Labor Movement of the United States: Volume 4: The Industrial Workers of the World, 1905-1917.'' New York: International Publishers, 1965; pg. 317. He also had cut his teeth organizing foreign-born workers in the steel mills and shoe factories of the East. Ettor was active in the 1907 lumber strike in Portland, Oregon, the 1909 McKees Rocks Strike and another lesser-known steel strike later that year in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a strike of Pennsylvania coal miners in 1909-10, and a Brooklyn (Brooklyn, New York) shoe factory strike in 1910-11. ref name "ALWW" >


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