Bountiful, British Columbia

and every victim has a right to be heard." Winston Blackmore's family invited the media to visit on May 16, 2006 in response to a recent visit by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, indicating that they feel persecuted. Three of his wives may face deportation, as they are US citizens and would

not be considered legally married to a Canadian. On June 6, 2007, the province of British Columbia announced the appointment of high-profile Vancouver criminal lawyer Richard Peck (Richard Peck (lawyer)) as a special prosecutor to review the results of a police investigation

: www.thestar.com article 242313 accessdate 2007-08-09 The Supreme Court of British Columbia upheld Canada's polygamy laws in a 2011 reference case (reference question).


Dresden, Ontario

www.exploredresden.ca footnotes '''Dresden''' is an agricultural community in southwestern Ontario, Canada, part of the municipality of Chatham-Kent (Chatham-Kent, Ontario). Dresden is best known as the home of Josiah Henson, the former U.S. slave whose life story was the inspiration for the novel ''Uncle Tom's Cabin''. It has been, therefore, characterized as the "Terminus of the Underground Railroad

and diverse Carolinian flora, and the Trillium Trail which includes a historical walk portion. The gateway to the Trillium Trail with its eight interpretive signs can be accessed at St. George St. in the heart of the town, near the bridge. The trail itself features 20 plaques which point out historical sites along a bricked path. The trail celebrates history which is both typical to small rural towns of the period and unique to Dresden's ties to the Underground Railroad story. Guides

the issue was recorded in the National Film Board's documentary the Dresden Story in 1954. On July 31, 2010, a plaque was installed in Dresden that honoured Hugh Burnett and the National Unity Association. It reads: HUGH BURNETT AND THE NATIONAL UNITY ASSOCIATION Between 1948 and 1956, the National Unity Association (NUA) of Chatham, Dresden and North Buxton, under the leadership of Hugh R


Lakeside Apartments District, Oakland, California

authorlink Beth Bagwell title Oakland, Story of a City publisher Presidio Press series year 1982 doi page 27 isbn 0-89141-146-1 The street grid of Kellsburger's map starts at the Oakland Estuary waterfront, and ends at 14th street, the neighborhood's Southeast boundary. The current streets of the neighborhood show up on E.M. Sessions' 1869 map of Oakland, with long sweeping blocks north of 14th Street. That same year, the western

the Victorian Camron-Stanford house on the shore of Lake Merritt at 14th Street and Lakeside Drive, the Municipal Boathouse on Lakeside Drive, the Greek revival (Greek Revival architecture) Scottish Rite Center on Lakeside Drive, the eleven story Bechtel Building at 244 Lakeside, the Alician apartments on Alice Street with its ornate marble entrance, the Regillus condominiums on 19th street, the mission revival Scottish Rite Temple on Madison Street, and the historic Schilling Gardens on 19th

Street. One of the least likely structures to be overlooked—easily visible from a few blocks south of the neighborhood looking up Madison Street, is Tudor Hall. Its distinct architecture resembles the namesake period of the late 15th-early 17th centuries. The district also features other historic assets in several three to eight story apartment buildings, this height being a character-defining feature of most of the historic district. Some exceptions to this character punctuate the neighborhood


Abu Ghraib

by members of the United States Army during the post-invasion period (Post-invasion Iraq, 2003–present). References *NPR story on ''Abu-Ghraib'' pronunciation Category:Populated places in Baghdad Province Prisoner abuse and enhanced interrogation techniques The Department of Defense's preliminary concerns for holding, housing, and interrogating captured prisoners

torturer, as the article states - but the pictures tell a different story. Put one picture at the top and others in the section about Abu Ghraib. ke4roh (User:Ke4roh) 15:44, Jun 29, 2004 (UTC) **:Of course there is going to be extensive use of Abu Ghraib pictures. This individual has no other claim to fame. 172 (User:172) 02:22, 30 Jun 2004 (UTC) * Objections: ** NPOV (Wikipedia:NPOV): The extensive use of Abu Ghraib pictures borders on gratuitous, and with them collected

at the top in the Cologne Blue skin on IE 6, it gives the impression that the page is either about an orgy or some sadomasochistic activities. Grainer must have been more than an Abu Ghraib torturer, as the article states - but the pictures tell a different story. Put one picture at the top and others in the section about Abu Ghraib. ke4roh (User:Ke4roh) 15:44, Jun 29, 2004 (UTC) **:Of course there is going to be extensive use of Abu Ghraib pictures. This individual


Sais, Egypt

, the Egyptian cities including Sais survived. Diodorus Siculus, ''Historical Library'' "Book V, 57". In Plato's ''Timaeus (Timaeus (dialogue))'' and ''Critias'' (around 395 B.C., 200 years after the visit by the Greek legislator Solon), Sais is the city in which Solon (Solon visited Egypt in 590 B.C.) receives the story of Atlantis, its military aggression against Greece

Scholars dispute whether and how much Plato's story or account was inspired by older traditions. In ''Critias (Critias (dialogue))'', Plato claims that his accounts of ancient Athens and Atlantis stem from a visit to Egypt (Ancient Egypt) by the legendary Athenian lawgiver Solon in the 6th century BC. In Egypt, Solon met a priest of Sais (Sais, Egypt), who translated the history of ancient Athens and Atlantis, recorded on papyri in Egyptian hieroglyphs, into Greek language

- Southern Tomb 25 - Speos Artemidos - Sphinx - ''Stargate'' - Stele - Stella (beer) (Heineken brands) - Step pyramid - ''Story of Sinuhe'' - ''Story of Wenamun'' - Strabo - Suez - Suez Canal - Suez Crisis - Syenite - Syriac language After the withdrawal of Egypt from Nubia at the end of the New Kingdom, a native dynasty took control of Nubia. Under king Piye, the Nubian founder of Twenty-fifth dynasty of Egypt Twenty-Fifth Dynasty


Higher Education Commission of Pakistan

of higher learning to serve as an Engine of Growth for the Socio-Economic Development of Pakistan'' employees budget ₨. (Pakistan Rupee) 57.4 billion (2014 Pakistan federal budget)

of Pakistan for four tenured term based upon the requests and recommendations send by the Ministry of Education (MoEd) (Ministry of Education (Pakistan)). According to HEC Ordinance altered in Constitution of Pakistan Constitution

, the Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Pakistan) is the controlling authority of the HEC and the shortlisted names are to be forwarded to Him for the final say. ref>


Tal Afar

Governorate located approximately 50 km west of Mosul and 200 km north west of Kirkuk. While no official census data exists, the city which had been assessed to have a population of approximately 200,000, had dropped to 80,000 as of 2007, The Real Surge Story (Washington Post) nearly all of whom are Iraqi Turkmen. In Tal’Afar itself, the population

were dug and the fronts of shops, destroyed in the assault, were replaced within weeks. Numerous police stations were built or rebuilt in the town by an Anglo-American construction team led by Huw Thomas. In March 2006, U.S. President (President of the United States) George W. Bush pointed to Tal Afar as a success story, where one could "see the outlines of the Iraq we've been fighting for".

middle_east 4328579.stm date March 8, 2005 accessdate January 6, 2010 work BBC News


Concrete, Washington

built in 1918 as a Model T Ford garage complete with a gas-station out front. When the building was later converted to be the Brommer Logging facility, a large apartment was added to the upper story. It was shortly after this that Concrete Herald owner and editor Charles M. “Chuck” Dwelley took over the building and made it into a modern printing facility and new home of ''The Concrete Herald'' (established in 1910). When Robert and June Fader purchased the newspaper upon Dwelley's retirement

. Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church right thumb Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church (Image:Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church.jpg) Built in 1909, the town's Lutheran church hasn't always been a church. The beginnings of this historic building were as a hospital in the "Cement City" area east of the Baker River. Built by Dr. E.F. Mertz, the doctor and his wife lived in the second-story residence and maintained the hospital facility on the first floor. Dr. Mertz was the only

was dedicated on Sunday, March 7, 1954 and is still in use by the incorporated Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Concrete Assembly of God left thumb Concrete Assembly of God (Image:Old rebekah hall.jpg) Built in 1910, the two-story building was originally a one-story structure housing an Odd Fellows Lodge in the back room with the front of the building rented out to several merchants, including a popular grocery store. When the second story was built for a larger lodge hall


Piru, California

pulling into town. Another story tells of a Piru restaurant known for good pies. The owner hung a sign proclaiming, "We Put The Pie In Piru." In 1890, Cook built a lavish Queen Anne Style (Queen Anne Style architecture) home a few blocks northwest of his original home, which came to be known as the Piru Mansion. A strict Methodist (Methodism), he provided for construction of a church on the north side of Center Street, just west of Main. His home at Main and Center became

of Nordhoff (later renamed Ojai (Ojai, California)) was started in 1874. ''A Comprehensive Story of Ventura County, California'', 23–4. Piru (Piru, California), Fillmore (Fillmore, California) and Montalvo (Montalvo, Ventura, California) were established in 1887. ''A Comprehensive Story of Ventura County, California'', 25–7. 1892 saw Simi (Simi Valley, California) (later Simi Valley), Somis (Somis, California), Saticoy, California Saticoy

and Moorpark (Moorpark, California). Oxnard (Oxnard, California) was a late-comer, not being established until 1898. ''A Comprehensive Story of Ventura County, California'', 27. The '''Chumash''' are a Native American (Native Americans in the United States) people who historically inhabited the central and southern coastal regions of California, in portions of what is now San Luis Obispo (San Luis Obispo County, California), Santa Barbara County, California


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