Temagami

a seminal re-examination of the material by Sale in 1967, taxonomists (Taxonomy) now agree that the fish is, in a fact, at most a subspecies of the brook trout, named ''Salvelinus fontinalis timagamiensis''. Genetic data have not so far supported its taxonomic distinction. ''Recovery Strategy for the Aurora trout (''Salvelinus fontinalis timagamiensis'') in Canada'' Species at Risk Act Recovery Strategy Series. Fisheries and Oceans


Yazoo City, Mississippi

moved to Yazoo City, Mississippi, which he immortalized in his works of prose. Morris' trademark was his lyrical prose style and reflections on the American South, particularly the Mississippi Delta. In 1967 he became the youngest editor of ''Harper's Magazine''. He wrote several works of fiction and non-fiction, including his seminal book ''North Toward Home'', as well as ''My Dog Skip''. Early years Morris' parents moved to Yazoo City, Mississippi when he


Ávila, Spain

in Europe.) It is notable for having complete and prominent medieval (Middle Ages) town walls, built in the Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) style. The town is also known as ''Ávila de los Caballeros'', ''Ávila del Rey'' and ''Ávila de los Leales'' (Ávila of the Knights, the King and the Loyalists), each of these epithets being present in the town standard (Heraldic flag). The writer José Martínez Ruiz (Azorín (José Martínez Ruiz)), in his seminal book ''El alma castellana


Kent, Ohio

School (Kent, Ohio) Theodore Roosevelt High School in 1966. After graduation, he attended Kent State University, majoring in Art. In the late 1960s, he was a self-described hippie, until the Kent State shootings May

Guido's Pizza Shop in Kent, Ohio. Lewis and Gerald Casale were the originators of the concept of de-evolution, writing seminal tracts in the now-defunct ''LA Staff'', and later formed the band with Mark Mothersbaugh. Re-Birth The non-commercial license was still available, and an effort was organized to re-start a public radio station for Cleveland. WKSU in Kent (Kent, Ohio) could be heard throughout most of the Cleveland area and had been, quite by default


Banff, Alberta

of Banff, Alberta. No roads access the park. Backcountry hiking trails are the only access to the park, the quickest route being via Sunshine Village ski area in Banff National Park. '''Walter Phillips Gallery''' (WPG) was established in 1976 in Banff, Alberta, as a part of The Banff Centre in Banff National Park. Walter J. Phillips was a printmaker and painter, from the 1930s to the 1950s, who played a seminal role in the development of the visual arts program


Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station

Island as part of the 1999 field season of NASA's Haughton Mars Project (HMP (Haughton Mars Project)), in order to gain information needed to plan operations and to determine an optimum site for station construction. An appropriate site was selected on a ridge overlooking the Haughton crater, which was named Haynes Ridge by Robert Zubrin in honor of the late Professor Robert Haynes (Robert Haynes) of York University, a founding member of the Mars Society and seminal thinker


Alba Iulia

Gheorghe I. Florescu, "Corespondenţa personală a lui N. Iorga" (I), in ''Convorbiri Literare'', May 2003 The year also brought his participation alongside Allied envoys in the 360th anniversary of Michael the Brave's birth. On December 1, later celebrated as Great Union Day, Iorga was participant in a seminal event of the Union of Transylvania with Romania union


Normal, Illinois

This section of the country is also headquarters for several seminal hamburger chains, including McDonald's in Oak Brook, Illinois (founded in California, but turned into the iconic franchise (franchising) by Ray Kroc beginning with a still-standing store in Des Plaines, Illinois). The Midwest is also home to Hardee's in St. Louis, Missouri, Culver's in Sauk City, Wisconsin; Steak n Shake, founded in Normal, Illinois, and now based


Brunswick, Maine

Hall was born in Gorham, Maine, U.S. (United States). Hall did his undergraduate work at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, graduating in 1875. He did his graduate schooling and research, and earned his Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) degree (1880), at the Johns Hopkins University where his seminal experiments were performed. Background White was born in Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine). His grandfather, William P. Frye, was also a prominent political figure, having


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