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Khon Kaen

University alt มหาวิทยาลัยขอนแก่น url email address lat long directions 4 km from downtown Khon Kaen. Visitors can travel to it via Mitraphap Rd (Khon Kaen-Udon Thani route) or Pracha Samosorn Rd (Khon Kaen-Loei route) phone tollfree fax hours price content On the hill called "Mo Din Daeng" on a 5,000 rai plot of land, the university is the largest educational centre in Isaan. :* WikiPedia:Khon Kaen Commons:Category:Khon Kaen (city)


Level and GCE Advanced Level exams. The Govt. Azizul Haque University College (Government Azizul Haque College) is one of the best and largest educational institutions in the northern part of the country. Students from this college got very good results under the National University. Other higher educational colleges are the Govt.Shah-Sultan College and Govt. Mujibur Rahman Women's College (which was founded by a prominent industrialist Mujibur Rahman Bhandari). Bogra College, Police Lines High School & College, and Armed Police Battalion School & College are also among the good educational institutions in the town. Bangladesh Open University (University of Distance Education) also has a campus in Banani area having class in the Shah Sultan College every weekend. Following the National Curriculum in Technical education are National Academy for Computer Training and Research NACTAR, Bogra Polytechnic institute and Bangladesh Institute of Information Technology (BIIT), Bogra. They are claimed to be some of the best polytechnic institutes in the town. Bogra is also the home of V.T.T.I. (Vocational Teachers Training Institute), P.T.I. (Primary Training Institute) and Govt T.T.C. for technical education. A very large medical college and hospital named Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College and Hospital, Commons:Category:Bogra

Portobello, Dublin

Post Company). The students were relocated to the DBS facility in George's St. In 2011, one of India's largest educational institutions, the Rayat Bahra Group, moved into nearby Harbour House, once a part of Portobello College, and set up the Lamrin Business School. Irish Times, 8 June 2011 In 2009, a new national and cultural centre was opened in the Christian Brothers monastery on Synge St. called The Lantern, which is aiming to be a place of hospitality to promote intercultural and interfaith dialogue. The Lantern centre The name "lantern" was chosen to celebrate the life of Nano Nagle who searched the back lanes of Cork each evening with her lantern seeking those who lacked food and shelter. She inspired Edmund Ignatius Rice to found the Congregation of Christian Brothers and the Presentation Brothers with her work for the poor and disadvantaged. Opening of the Lantern centre on Edmund Rice website In May 2011, The new Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence, Alan Shatter opened a Cathal Brugha Barracks Visitors centre to the public commemorating those that fought for the Irish War of Independence. Minister Shatter opens historic visitor centre in Cathal Brugha Barracks, Irish Defence forces, Notable residents The earliest written accounts we have of residents in the area date from the 18th century—as the city spread southwards houses on the main roads or in select by-roads such as Charlemont Mall were occupied by the better-off citizens. This trend continued in the first half of the 19th century, but with the development of the smaller streets from around 1860 and finally the artisans' dwellings, a mix of classes ended up in the area. By the beginning of the 20th century, the grand houses that had been erected along the Grand Canal had been turned into poverty-stricken tenements, while more exclusive suburbs such as Terenure and Rathgar became the havens of the rich. The following list shows the range of people that have been associated with the area over the past 200 years. thumb Charlemont Street (early 70s) (File:Charlemontst.jpg) *The playwright George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950) was born on Synge Street. He afterwards returned to the Abbey theatre. In 1936 John Ford brought him to the United States to act in a film version of ''The Plough and the Stars''. Disbandment In April 1917 the 4RMF joined the 5RMF at the Curragh. In August the 4th moved to Castlebar County Mayo, the 5th to Galway. With the changed political situation and growth in support for Sinn Féin loyalty was under test. Reports of loss of rifles, Lewis guns and ammunition necessitated the massive transfer of the battalions out of the country in November, the 3rd to Devonport (HMNB Devonport), England, the others to Scotland, 4th to Invergordon the 5th to Dreghorn. Staunton pp.165-6 With the possibility of the extension of conscription to Ireland those Irish battalions still stationed in Ireland were transferred to England in April 1918. The RMFs were relocated again, 3rd to Plymouth, 4th to Portobello (Portobello, Dublin) and the 5th to Fort George (Fort George, Scotland), all three eventually amalgamating at Plymouth by August. The 3rd was absorbed into the 1st RMF in June 1919 . The Tralee Depot and the remaining reserves were moved to Devonport (HMNB Devonport) in England where they were disbanded on 31. July 1922. Staunton p.166

Krasnoyarsk Krai

not give an answer to the survey. In addition, 35% of the population declares to be "spiritual but not religious" and 15% to be atheist (atheism). Education Krasnoyarsk is the site of the Siberian Federal University, one of the four largest educational institutions of Russia. Nature and ecology Many important industrial cities of Krasnoyarsk krai, such as Krasnoyarsk, Norilsk, Achinsk, Kansk, Zheleznogorsk, and Minusinsk, suffer from environmental pollution. Commons:Category:Krasnoyarsk Krai

Cossack Hetmanate

" Magocsi 1996, p 259. It was the largest educational institution in lands ruled by Moscow. Timothy Snyder. (2003). ''The Reconstruction of Nations.'' New Haven: Yale University Press. pp. 120-122 Mazepa established another Collegium in Chernihiv. These schools largely used the Polish and Latin languages and provided a classic western education to their students. Many of those trained in Kiev, such as Feofan Prokopovich would later move to Moscow, so that Ivan Mazepa's patronage not only raised the level of culture in Ukraine but also in Moscow itself. A musical academy was established in 1737 in the Hetmanate's then-capital of Hlukhiv. Among its graduates were Maksym Berezovsky, the first composer from the Russian Empire to be recognized in Europe, and Dmitry Bortniansky. In addition to traditional printing presses in Kiev, new printing shops were established in Novhorod-Siverskyi and Chernihiv. Most of the books published were religious in nature, such as the ''Peternik'', a book about the lives of the monks of the Kiev-Pechersk monasatary. Books on local history were compiled. In a book written by Inokentiy Gizel in 1674, the theory that Moscow was the heir of ancient Kiev was developed and elaborated for the first time Magocsi 1996, p 257. Religion thumb 250px The Mezhyhirskyi Monastery (File:Mezhyhirskyi Monastery, 1843.jpg), located on the right bank of the Dnieper (Dnieper River). Fyodor Solntsev, 1843. In 1686 the Orthodox Church in Ukraine changed from being under the jurisdiction of the Patriarch in Constantinople to being under the authority of the Moscow. Nevertheless, before and after this date local Church leaders pursued a policy of independence. Hetman Ivan Mazepa established very close relations with Metropilitan Varlaam Iasynsky (reigned 1690–1707). Mazepa provided donations of land, money and entire villages to the Church. He also financed the building of numerous churches in Kiev, including the Church of the Epiphany and the cathedral of St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery, and restoration of older churches such as Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev which had deteriorated to the Hetmanate of near ruin by the mid-17th century, in a style known as Ukrainian Baroque. Magocsi 1996, p 258. Society The social structure of the Hetmanate consisted of five groups: the nobility, the Cossacks, the clergy, the townspeople, and the peasants. Nobles As had been the case under Poland, the nobility continued to be the dominant social class during the Hetmanate, although its composition and source of legitimacy within the new society had changed radically. During the Khmelnytsky Uprising the Polish nobles (Szlachta) and Polonized Ruthenian magnates fled the territory of the Hetmanate. As a result, the noble estate now consisted of a merger between the nobility that had stayed in the territory of the Hetmanate (old noble families that did not succumb to Polonization and lesser nobles who had participated in the uprising on the side of the Cossacks against Poland) with members of the emergent Cossack officer class. Unlike the Polish nobles whose lands were redistributed, the nobles loyal to the Hetmanate retained their privileges, their lands, and the services of the peasants. Together, the old nobles and the new Cossack officers became known as the Distinguished Military Fellows (''Znachni Viiskovi Tovaryshi''). Thus, the nature of noble status was fundamentally changed. It no longer depended on ancient heredity, but instead on loyalty to the Hetmanate. Magocsi 1996, p 250. Over time, however, Cossack officer lands and privileges too became hereditary and the Cossack noble and officer class acquired huge landed estates comparable to those of the Polish magnates whom they had replaced and emulated. Timothy Snyder. (2003). ''The Reconstruction of Nations.'' New Haven: Yale University Press. pp 116-119. File:08. Shlahetna ukr panna.jpg Noble girl File:06. Shlahetna panna z starshinskogo rodu.jpg Noble lady File:17. Znatna ukr pani.jpg Noble lady File:18. Ukr shlachtych.jpg Nobleman Cossacks Most Cossacks failed to enter the noble estate and continued their role as free soldiers. The lower rank Cossacks often resented their wealthier brethren and were responsible for frequent rebellions, particularly during the Ruin (The Ruin (Ukrainian history)), a period of instability and civil war in the 17th century. These resentments were frequently exploited by Moscow. The Zaporizhian Sich served as a refuge for Cossacks fleeing the Hetmanate as it had been prior to Khmelnytsky's uprising. File:04. Polkovnik ukr polku.jpg Cossack colonel File:09. Sotnyk.jpg Cossack captain (sotnyk) File:05. Pysar.jpg Cossack secretary File:12. Ukr kozak.jpg Cossack private Clergy During the Hetmanate, the Roman Catholic Church and Uniate (Eastern Catholic Churches) Clergy were driven from Ukraine. The Black, or monastic (Monk), Orthodox (Eastern Orthodox Church) clergy enjoyed a very high status in the Hetmanate, controlling 17% of the Hetmanate's land. Monasteries were exempt from taxes and at no times were peasants bound to monasteries allowed to forgo their duties. The Orthodox hierarchy became as wealthy and powerful as the most powerful nobles. Magocsi 1996, p 252. The white, or married, Orthodox clergy were also exempt from paying taxes. Priests' sons often entered the clergy or the Cossack civil service. It was not uncommon for nobles or Cossacks to become priests and vice versa. Townspeople Twelve cities within the Hetmanate enjoyed Magdeburg rights, in which they were self-governing and controlled their own courts, finances and taxes. Wealthy townsmen were able to hold office within the Hetmanate or even to buy titles of nobility. Because the towns were generally small (the largest towns of Kiev and Nizhyn had no more than 15,000 inhabitants) this social group was not very significant relative to other social groups. File:11. Ukr divchyna-mischanka.jpg City girl File:13. Ukr mischanka.jpg City woman File:14. Ukr mischanyn.jpg Townsman Peasants Peasants comprised the majority of the Hetmanate's population. Although the institution of forced labor by the peasants was reduced significantly by the Khmelnytsky Uprising, in which the Polish landlords and magnates were expelled from the territory controlled by the Hetman, those nobles loyal to the Hetman as well as the Orthodox Church expected the peasants under their control to continue to provide their services. Thus as a result of the Uprising, approximately 50% of the territory consisted of lands given to Cossack officers or free self-governing villages controlled by the peasants, 33% of the land was owned by Cossack officers and nobles, and 17% of the land was owned by the Church. With time, the amount of territory owned by the nobles and officers gradually grew at the expense of the lands owned by peasants and rank-and-file Cossacks, and the peasants were forced to work increasingly more days for their landlords. Nevertheless, their obligations remained lighter than they had been prior to the Uprising and until the end of the Hetmanate peasants were never fully enserfed and retained the right to move. Magocsi 1996, p 253. File:01. Divchyna selanka.jpg Peasant girl File:10. Ukr divchyna selanka.jpg Peasant girl File:16. Ukr selanka .jpg Peasant woman File:19. Ukr selanyn.jpg Peasant Organization Administration The Hetmanate was divided into military-administrative districts known as regimental districts (''polki'') whose number fluctuated with the size of the Hetmanate's territory. In 1649, when the Hetmanate controlled the Right and the Left Banks, it included 16 such districts. After the loss of the Right Bank, this number was reduced to ten. The regimental districts were further divided into companies (''sotnias''), which were administered by captains (sotnyk). Magocsi 1996, p 235. Companies were named either by a toponym of their origin or their leader and greatly varied in numbers up to 16. It is known that the first who introduced the regimental division was Prince Ostafiy Ruzhynsky (:uk:Остафій Ружинський) in 1515. Sementovsky, N. ''Old times of Little Russia, Zaporizhia, Don''. Saint Petersburg, 1846 Initially created 20 regiments consisting of 2,000 Cossacks each, were reduced by the King of Poland Stephen Báthory in 1576 to 10. List of regiments class "wikitable" - ! Regiment !! Coat of Arms !! Years of formation !! Fate !! Other formation !! Notes - Chyhyryn Regiment 25px (File:Chyhyryn polk.svg) 1625-1678 1704-1712 - Cherkasy Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1625-1686 merged with Pereyaslav - Korsun Regiment 25px (File:Korsun polk.svg) 1625-1712 - Bila Tserkva Regiment 25px (File:Bila Cerkva polk.svg) 1625-1712 - Kaniv Regiment 25px (File:Kaniv polk.svg) 1625-1712 - Pereyaslav Regiment 25px (File:Pereyaslav polk.svg) 1625-1782 - Kiev Regiment 25px (File:Kyiv polk.svg) 1625-1782 - Myrhorod Regiment 25px (File:Myrhorod polk.svg) 1625-1782 - Ovruch Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-???? - Irkliyiv Regiment 25px (File:Irakliiv polk.svg) 1648-1648 merged with Kropyvna 1658-1659 - Sosnytsia Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1648 merged with Chernihiv 1663-1668 merged with Chernihiv - Chornobyl Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1649 1651-1651 - Borzna Regiment 25px (File:Borzna polk.svg) 1648-1649 merged with Chernihiv 1654-1655 merged with Nizhyn - Zhyvotiv Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1649 merged with Vinnytsia - Ichnya Regiment 25px (File:Ichnia polk.svg) 1648-1649 merged with Pryluky - Hadiach Regiment 25px (File:Hadyach polk.svg) 1648-1649 merged with Poltava - Zvyahel Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1649 - Ostropil Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1649 1657-1658 - Podillya Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1649 1657-1676 - Lyubartiv Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1649 - Lysyanka Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1657 split among others - Bratslav Regiment 25px (File:Braclav polk.svg) 1648-1667 merged with Vinnytsia 1685-1712 - Vinnytsia Regiment 25px (File:Vinnytsia polk.svg) 1648-1667 (Kalnyk) merged with Chechelnyk - Uman Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1675 - Pavoloch Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1648-1675 - Poltava Regiment 25px (File:Poltava polk.svg) 1648-1675 - Lubny Regiment 25px (File:Lubny polk.svg) 1648-1781 - Nizhyn Regiment 25px (File:Nizhyn polk.svg) 1648-1782 - Pryluky Regiment 25px (File:Pryluky polk.svg) 1648-1782 - Chernihiv Regiment 25px (File:Chernihiv polk.svg) 1648-1782 - Kropyvna Regiment 25px (File:Kropyvna polk.svg) 1649-1658 split Lubny Pereyaslav - Chechelnyk Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1650-1673 - Novhorod Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1653-1654 merged with Nizhyn 1668-1668 merged with Starodub - Belarus Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1654-1659 - Pinsk-Turov Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1654-1659 - Starodub Regiment 25px (File:Starodub polk.svg) 1654-1782 - Kremenchuk Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1661-1666 - Hlukhiv Regiment 25px (File:Hlukhiv polk.svg) 1663-1665 merged with Nizhyn - Zinkiv Regiment 25px (File:Zinkiv polk.svg) 1671-1782 name change to Hadiach - Fastiv Regiment 25px (File:No image available.svg) 1684-1712 merged with Bila Tserkva - Bohuslav Regiment 25px (File:Bohuslav polk.svg) 1685-1712 #...that the Ancient Greeks credited '''Broteas''', the ugly son of Tantalus, with an ancient rock-cut cliff-face carving of the Great Mother of the Gods in modern Turkey? (March 13, 2006) Wikipedia:Recent additions 57 #...that the Cossack Hetman and the later Muscovite (Muscovy) voyevoda (Voivod) '''Petro Doroshenko''' signed a treaty with Sultan Mehmed IV recognizing the Cossack Hetmanate as a vassal of the Ottoman Empire? (March 8, 2006) Wikipedia:Recent additions 56 #...that '''the Hood Event (Hood event)''' was an incident following the US invasion of Iraq (2003 Invasion of Iraq) where a group of Turkish (Turkish Armed Forces) special forces operating in northern Iraq (Iraqi Kurdistan) was captured and interrogated by the US military (Military of the United States), later becoming the basis for the 2006 (2006 in film) film ''Valley of the Wolves Iraq''? (February 24, 2006) Wikipedia:Recent additions 55

Omak, Washington

: faces tableservices jsf pages productview.xhtml?pid ACS_11_5YR_DP02 title Community Facts – Selected Social Characteristics in the United States – 2007–2011 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates – Washington, state publisher United States Census Bureau date April 1, 2010 accessdate April 25, 2013 Omak's schools are administered by the county's largest educational district, Omak School District, which operate two mainstream high schools, one mainstream middle


; and schools of general education. Commons:Rostov-on-Don Wikipedia:Rostov-on-Don

Greenville, South Carolina

and was renamed the '''University of South Carolina-Spartanburg'''. During the following years, both the campus and the scope of the University expanded. In the summer of 2004 the USC Board of Trustees voted to change the name to University of South Carolina Upstate to better reflect its mission to educate the people of South Carolina's upstate region. Aside from its presence in Spartanburg, University of South Carolina Upstate has become the largest educational provider in the University Center of Greenville, a consortium of seven institutions of higher learning in Greenville, South Carolina. In recent years the ''U.S. News and World Report'' has ranked (College and university rankings) the University of South Carolina Upstate as one of the top four public comprehensive colleges in the South. After KSD radio was sold by Pulitzer to Combined Communications Corporation in 1979 (prior to Combined's merger with the Gannett Company that same year), KSD-TV's call letters were changed to the current '''KSDK'''. In 1983 Pulitzer traded channel 5 to Multimedia, Inc. (Multimedia (media company)) in return for WFBC-TV in Greenville, South Carolina (now WYFF), in was a rare instance of one company's flagship (flagship (television)) station being traded for another. South Carolina The United States District Court for the District of South Carolina was one of the original 13 courts established by the Judiciary Act of 1789, '''André Goodman''' (born August 11, 1978 in Greenville, South Carolina) is an American football cornerback for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the third round 3rd pick of the 2002 NFL Draft. He played college football at South Carolina (South Carolina Gamecocks football). Goodman has also played for the Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions. condition ownership Greenville, South Carolina Greenville County, South Carolina About Donaldson Center controlledby United States Air Force 36. Greenville (Greenville, South Carolina) - Spartanburg (Spartanburg, South Carolina) - Asheville (Asheville, North Carolina) '''WFBC-TV''' ** (now '''WYFF''') History KPTM was the third broadcasting property owned by Pappas Telecasting when it began broadcasting on April 6, 1986 (1986 in television) (after flagship KMPH-TV in Fresno, California and WHNS in Greenville, South Carolina). It was the second independent (Independent station (North America)) station in Nebraska, and the first new commercial station to sign on in Omaha in 29 years. At the time, Omaha was one of the few top-100 markets (media market) that did not have an independent station of its own. After a few months as an independent, it became a charter Fox affiliate in October. Today, the station is a typical Fox affiliate carrying nearly the entire programming lineup of the network. Only ''Weekend Marketplace'' is preempted (KPTM airs syndicated children's programming instead) and aired on sister station KXVO. Seidel's first full-time broadcasting position was at WYFF-TV in Greenville, South Carolina, where he worked from 1983 through 1989. He next returned to Salisbury in 1989 to work as the meteorologist for WBOC-TV. Seidel remained there until March 1992, when he left for The Weather Channel. '''Dorothy Allison (w:Dorothy Allison)''' (born April 11, 1949) is an American (United States) lesbian writer (w:Lesbian literature), speaker, and member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers (w:Fellowship of Southern Writers). She was raised in Greenville, South Carolina (w:Greenville, South Carolina). She is legally blind (w:Blindness) in her right eye. Former Republican (w:Republican Party (United States)) governor Carroll Campbell (w:Carroll A. Campbell, Jr.) will lie in state today on the second floor of the Statehouse in Columbia (w:Columbia, South Carolina), SC (w:South Carolina). He suffered from a fatal heart attack on Wednesday. He was 65. He was a native of Greenville (w:Greenville, South Carolina). There will be a funeral at Trinity Episcopal Church in Columbia at 10:30 a.m. local time on Saturday, and there will be an additional funeral service and burial at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pawleys Island (w:Pawleys Island, South Carolina).

Jackson, Mississippi

, Mississippi, about five miles west of Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi), the state capital. The Hinds Community College District includes Hinds County (Hinds County, Mississippi), Claiborne County (Claiborne County, Mississippi), part of Copiah County (Copiah County, Mississippi), Rankin County (Rankin County, Mississippi), and Warren County (Warren County, Mississippi). With an enrollment of nearly 12,000 students at six campuses, it is the largest educational institution in the state,

Dayton, Ohio

runs three universities (including the Marianists' largest educational institution, the University of Dayton), 18 high schools, six elementary schools, two middle schools, five retreat centers and seven parishes. Actor and activist Martin Sheen has credited his dedication to public causes to his Marianist education at Chaminade-Julienne High School in Dayton, Ohio. *Columbus (Columbus, Ohio) - WTTE 28 *Dayton (Dayton, Ohio) - WRGT-TV 45 *Lima (Lima, Ohio) - WOHL-CA 25 ** Cleveland (Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport) ** Dayton (Dayton, Ohio) (James M. Cox International Airport) * Oklahoma thumb Roy Kirtland (at right), flying a Wright 1911 Model B Flyer (File:Roy Kirtland Kirtland AFB.jpg) Kirtland Air Force Base was named for Colonel Roy C. Kirtland (1874–1941) in February 1942. Colonel Kirtland learned to fly in 1911 in one of the first Wright airplanes at Dayton (Dayton, Ohio), Ohio. During World War I he organized and commanded a regiment of mechanics, and served as an inspector of aviation facilities. Recalled from retirement in 1941 at the age of 65, the oldest military pilot in the Air Corps, he died of a heart attack on 2 May 1941 at Moffett Field (Moffett Federal Airfield), California. On June 4, 2010, LIN TV reached a deal with ACME Communications on a shared services agreement (Local marketing agreement) involving ACME and LIN-owned stations in the Green Bay, Dayton, and Albuquerque markets. LIN TV would then provide technical, engineering, promotional, administrative and other operational support services for ACME's CW (The CW Television Network) stations, as well as provide advertising sales services under a related but separate joint sales agreement. "LIN, ACME Share Services in Three Markets", from, June 4, 2010 This was followed on September 2 by the announcement that LIN would be acquiring two of the ACME stations, WBDT in Dayton, Ohio and WIWB in Green Bay, Wisconsin. WIWB, which has since taken the new calls WCWF, would become owned by LIN outright while WBDT would be technically owned by Vaughan Media but controlled by LIN who would hold an ownership stake in that company. The FCC approved the sales of WBDT and WCWF in April 2011. Source: FCC Daily Digest of 4 7 2011 While the initial consolidation of Air Force laboratories reduced overhead and budgetary pressure, another push towards a unified laboratory structure came in the form of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1996, Section 277. This section instructed the Department of Defense to produce a five-year plan for consolidation and restructuring of all defense laboratories. She is one of two players from Notre Dame, along with Niele Ivey, to win the award. Women's Hoops Blog thumb right Henry Arnold at the controls of a Wright Model B (File:Henry Arnold May 1911.jpg) airplane 1911 While stationed in the Philippines in 1908, 2nd Lt. Henry H. Arnold assisted Capt. Arthur S. Cowan (then in the Infantry) in a military mapping detail. Cowan returned to the United States, transferred to the Signal Corps (Signal Corps (United States Army)), and was assigned to recruit two lieutenants to become pilots. Cowan contacted Arnold, who cabled his interest in also transferring to the Signal Corps but heard nothing in reply for two years. In 1911, relocated to Fort Jay, New York, Arnold sent a request to transfer to the Signal Corps, and on April 21, 1911 received orders detailing him and 2nd Lt. Thomas D. Milling to Dayton, Ohio, for flight instruction at the Wright brothers' aviation school. Beginning instruction on May 3, Milling had soloed on May 8 after two hours of flight time while Arnold made his first solo flight May 13 after three hours and forty-eight minutes of flying lessons. When he read sketchy newspaper reports about the Wright Brothers in early 1904, he decided to visit them and learn more. He drove his car nearly 200 miles on primitive roads to Dayton (Dayton, Ohio). On September 20, he witnessed Wilbur Wright fly the first complete circle by a heavier-than-air flying machine. He apparently also saw several other flights. Greatly enthusiastic about aviation, he delayed publishing an account of the flights in his magazine until the following January at the request of the Wrights. That article and followups he wrote were the only published eyewitness reports of Wright brothers flights at Huffman Prairie, a pasture outside Dayton where the Wrights developed the first practical airplane. Root offered his reports to ''Scientific American'' magazine, but was declined. His writing suggested the invention would cause profound changes: History In 1917, anticipating a massive need for military airplanes by the United States during World War I, six Dayton businessmen including Edward A. Deeds (Edward Andrew Deeds) formed the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company in Dayton, Ohio. In addition to building a factory in Moraine, Ohio, Deeds built an airfield on property he owned in Moraine for use by the company. Deeds was also interested in building a public aviation field along the Great Miami River approximately one mile (1.6 km) north of downtown Dayton, purchasing the property in March 1917. He called it North Field to differentiate it from the South Field in Moraine. Bishop Colaw has been the recipient of numerous ecumenical awards. He retired in 1988. He then became Professor of Homiletics and Christian Ministry at United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio, 1988-99. He also was the Acting President of the Seminary, 1995-96. Upon his second retirement he became Bishop in Residence at the North Naples United Methodist Church, Naples, Florida during winters. He also relaxes with golf, reading, and for many years was active in Rotary International.

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