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Olympia, Washington

: web 20051106090227 http: research History stateroads1893-1935.pdf page pg. 10 year 1915 accessdate 2009-06-12

along the route of SR 6 was During a 1923 renumbering of the state road system

;Sweet Meat Love and Holy Cult" by Jarboe, her new psycho-hippy project. SR 21 originated as the Marble Mount Road that extended from the north end of the Keller Ferry to Republic (Republic, Washington) and was established in 1899.


of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia was not founded until 1815; likewise, Sherbrooke, Quebec (Sherbrooke) did not exist until 1818. Sherbrooke Village - Research History This may reflect Stan Rogers' artistic license in tribute to his family origins near Sherbrooke on Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore. Others believe that the line refers to the privateer brig ''Sir John Sherbrooke'' (Sir John Sherbrooke (Halifax)), one of the largest and most


at the gymnasium he pursued botany and mineralogy in his leisure time, till in 1823 he entered the University of Tübingen. After graduating with distinction in medicine he went to Munich, where he met a distinguished circle of botanists, and found ample material for research. History Böblingen was founded by Count Wilhelm von Tübingen-Böblingen in 1253. Württemberg acquired the town in 1357, and on 12 May 1525 one of the bloodiest battles of the German Peasants' War took place in Böblingen. Jörg Truchsess von Waldburg attacked a force of 15,000 armed peasants; 3,000 were killed. By the end of the Thirty Years' War in 1648, the population of Böblingen had been reduced to 600. It was the descendant of the Unetice culture. Its heartland the area previously occupied by the Unetice culture besides Bavaria and Württemberg. It was succeeded by the Late Bronze Age Urnfield culture. At that time, however, he was in the Swiss Grisons, and became active in a brisk round of polemics. His themes were the papacy, its origin and policy; the jubilees; saint and relic worship, and the like. Vergerio continued in the Grisons till 1553, when he heeded a call from Duke Christopher (Christoph, Duke of Württemberg) of Württemberg to write and travel on behalf of Evangelical doctrine. While he never again set foot in Italy, in 1556 he made his way to Poland, and conferred with Duke Albrecht (Albert, Duke of Prussia) of Prussia. He was in Poland in 1559 with the two-fold object of meeting the moves of the Nuncio Alois Lipomano, and of working counter to Johannes a Lasco. He sought permission to take part in the religious conference at Poissy in 1560, but he was not allowed to appear at the Council of Trent as the duke's delegate. During all these years he continued his polemical authorship and worked toward the publication of his ''Opera'', though only the first volume appeared (1563). He died at Tübingen. thumb Wilhelm Jordan. (File:Wilhelm Jordan.png) '''Wilhelm Jordan''' (1 March 1842, Ellwangen, Württemberg – 17 April 1899, Hanover) was a German (Germany) geodesist who did surveys in Germany and Africa and founded the German geodesy journal (Academic journal). He was born at Marbach (Marbach am Neckar), in Württemberg, and brought up at Esslingen (Esslingen am Neckar) in poor circumstances. A self-taught mathematician, he earned a living by teaching mathematics while still a youth. He had already published two original geometrical works when, in 1746, he entered J.B. Homann (Johann Homann)'s cartographic establishment at Nuremberg. Here he introduced many improvements in mapmaking, and gained a scientific reputation which led (in 1751) to his election to the chair of economy and mathematics at the University of Göttingen. In 1754 he became superintendent of the observatory, where he worked until his death in 1762. But Lang did not long remain an official. He was of a restless, changeable character, which constantly involved him in personal quarrels, though he was equally quick to retire from them. In 1788 he obtained a position as private tutor in Hungary, and in 1789 became private secretary to Baron von Buhler, the envoy of Württemberg at Vienna. This led to further travels and to his entering the service of the prince of Oettingen-Wallerstein. In 1792 Lang again betook himself to a university, this time to Göttingen. Here he came under the influence of the historian, Ludwig Timotheus Spittler, from whom, as also from Johannes von Muller and Friedrich Schlegel (Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel), his historical studies received a fresh impulse. '''Olaf Saile''' (August 27, 1901 - June 29, 1952) was a German (Germany) writer born in Weitingen (Eutingen im Gäu), Württemberg. Saile's principal claim to fame is the historical novel ''Kepler, Roman einer Zeitwende'' first published in German (German language) in Stuttgart in 1938 and many times reprinted. It is an imagined biography of the life and times of the astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler. The novel was translated into English (English language) by James A Galston and published in New York in 1940 by Oskar Piest, under the title ''Troubadour of the Stars''. The novel has occasionally been interpreted as a coded protest against the Nazi régime which Saile had experienced at first hand. Following the banning of the Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party (Germany)) by the Nazis, in June 1933 as editor of the newspaper ''Rathenower Zeitung'', during the subsequent wave of arrests Olaf Saile was briefly detained in the Oranienburg Concentration Camp, during which time he was maltreated. His release was apparently secured after a friend and fellow-journalist Käthe Lambert used her journalistic credentials to enter the camp and then to write a report detailing conditions there. They subsequently married. Saile died at the age of 50 and was buried in the Church of St. Bernhardt in Esslingen am Neckar. Käthe Saile is buried alongside her husband. Falkenhayn (Erich von Falkenhayn)'s forces made several probing attacks into the mountain passes held by the Romanian Army to see if there were weaknesses in the Romanian defences. After several weeks, he concentrated his best troops (the elite ''Alpen Korps'') in the south for an attack on the Vulcan Pass. The attack (Battle of Vulcan Pass) was launched on November 10. One of the young officers was the future Field Marshal Erwin Rommel. On November 11, then-Lieutenant Rommel led the Württemberg Mountain Company in the capture of Mount Lescului. The offensive pushed the Romanian defenders back through the mountains and into the plains by November 26. There was already snow covering the mountains and soon operations would have to halt for the winter. Advances by other parts of Falkenhayn's Ninth Army (9th Army (German Empire)) also pushed through the mountains; the Romanian Army was being ground down by the constant battle and their supply situation was becoming critical. * Michałów (Michałów, Pińczów County) (1953) of Poland, which breeds Arabians. *Marbach stud, (1477) also known as Weil-Marbach, Württemberg (present day Germany). Produces Arabians, Black Forest Horses, Haflingers (Haflinger (horse)), and warmbloods. *Yeguada Militar, Spain

Salt Lake City

The Flash (The Flash (comic book)) Volume 2 Issue 3 Date August 1987 Publisher DC Comics Page 3-4 Panel ID : specializing in physics * San Diego, California: specializing in chemical research History The present site of Provo (Provo, Utah) was settled by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) in 1849 when Fort Utah was built near the Provo River. The Mormons, fleeing from persecution in Nauvoo

Phoenix, Arizona

"This is America; this isn’t supposed to happen here. This is the legacy we have been left with — unfortunately it is oftentimes not true," said Anti-Defamation League representative Bill Strauss. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (w:Arizona Department of Public Safety), 254 incidents were reported in 2003 involving hate crimes, though Strauss said that the actual number of incidents could be higher due to underreporting.


. Their function and age are still debated, but some of them possibly date from 2nd millennium BC at least.

Portland, Oregon

Forest Acquisition History , Guide to the College of Agricultural Sciences Records 1895-1997, History of OSU Seafood Lab, Wave Research History, Guide


Qatar he was sheltered by Sheikh Abdullah Bin Khalid Al-Thani, who was the Qatari Minister of Religious Affairs in 1996. "Context of 'January–May 1996: US Fails to Capture KSM Living Openly in Qatar'" "Cooperative Research History Commons" http: context.jsp?item a96qatar Wayne Barrett, November 27, 2007 http: news 0748,barrett,78478,6.html

Soviet Union

; Within this hall, described as cavernous and dramatic, Herbert, Ian (3 July 2002) ''The Independent'' Libeskind's war museum triumphs over cost-cutters. Accessed 9 October 2009. Hughes, Matthew (Winter 2002) Institute of Historical Research: History in Focus The Imperial War


States 13.3%, Italy 10.8%, Japan 8.9%, France 7.9%, Germany 7.3%, United Kingdom 5.7%, South Korea 5.6%, United Arab Emirates 5.1%, Saudi Arabia 4.3% (2007) gross external debt $48.91 billion (31 December 2008 est.) Research history The term Quaternary ("fourth") was proposed by Giovanni Arduino (Giovanni Arduino (geologist)) in 1759 for alluvial deposits in the Po river valley in northern Italy. It was introduced by Jules Desnoyers

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