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    • Proxmire, William
    • 1975-1987
    • 78 74 68, 68, 56, ,040 ,254 ,575 , 196 ,712 20 14 -2 -2 13 -12- Inspector General 65,000 Controller 65,000 Vice Pres., External Relat. 69,630 Director, Planning 69,500 Dir. Socio-Econ. Planning 50,000 United States Army Material Development and...

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    • Charlton, James, 1832-1913
    • 1875
    • CHAS. F. WIARD, Cash'r ist Nat'l Bank, Waukegan. S. I. BRADBURY, Editor Lake County Patriot. A. Z. BLODGETT, Agent C.& N. W. R. R. C. A. PARTRIDGE, Editor Waukegan Gazette. GUIDE TO SUMMER RESORTS. 17 servers of the effects of...

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    • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
    • 1910
    • T0% INDIANS IN WISCONSIN. The Chairman. The next is of date August 12 : " Kindly furnish me map or sketch showing exactly the tribal and other lands occu- ijyied by your miH, lumber, and so forth." Mr. Walter. This is following out the...

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    • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
    • 1910
    • 960 INDIANS IN WISCONSIN. The Chairman. Are you still in the service ? Mr. Likens. Yes, sir. Mr. Dillett. What have you observed in regard to the employ¬ ment of Indians here in the work? Mr. Likens. While Mr. Allen was here I had no trouble in...

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    • 1930
    • 2030 SURVEY OF CONDITIONS OF INDIANS IN UNITED STATES reservation over 1,000. Poverty prevalent. Many old people without adequate or necessary provisions for food and clothing. 4. Immorality rampant. Bigamy in several cases open and...

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    • McCarthy for Senator Club
    • 1946
    • Scuf. . . . . \ The Marine Corps; "I note with gratification McCarthy's unusual ac¬ complishments during thirty months of active duty, particularly in the combat area. . . . Without, excep¬ tion the commanding officers under whom he served spoke...

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    • Wisconsin. State Board of Health
    • 1918
    • STATE BOARD OF HEALTH BULLETIN Ev;3ry man and woman should make a confident of some reputable physician and seek advice on questions that can best be answered by such nhysiciana. '' Sy|)hLlis'' was the name of a shepherd in an old Latin play. He...

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    • Rotier, M.C.
    • 1892
    • THE PNEUMATIC. Casual Thoughts. It is truly the era of pneumatics. I have recently'- read of the invention of a device to lessen the shock and jar that a person receives when walk¬ ing. It is a pneumatic cushioned arrangement in each heel. This...

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    • Rotier, M. C.
    • 1898-11
    • THE PNEUMATIC. 203 The Power of the Motor An interesting test of the various modes of transportation was recently made by a French physician. He experimented with a horse and carriage against a motor-tricycle and found the latter to be by far the...

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    • Grand National Curling Club of America
    • 1880
    • So ANNUAL Meeting. "tions will share in the general prosperity. I trust that the in- " terest of no loyal Curler will flag, just at the very time of all " others, when it should not do so. " When I left America, our Secretary was not in a position...

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    • Fergot, Paul
    • 1944-1945
    • 8-17-44

      Dearest Punkin Eater,
      Well, we are finally at our operational unit somewhere in Italy. It is a very nice post; better in some ways than many in the U.S. By the time you get this, I will have had one or maybe two missions. ...

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    • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
    • 1910
    • INDLANS IN WISCONSIN. 105 Senator La Follette. Who was in charge of the Indian school buildings here? Mr; Walter. Mr. Wright. Senî:îtor La Follette. Who was in charge of the school building— but, of course, you said this occurred in the nighttime,...

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    • Estabrook, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1847-1918
    • 1914
    • 180 ORGANIZATION OF REGIMENTS. REPORT OF ADJUTANT GENERAL 1865. Schedule "C" pp. 819-823. Schedule, showing arm and term of service, date and place of muster-into sermee, date of departure from the State, aggregate number of men of each...

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    • Dyrud, Marty
    • 2011
    • 577 A...Twenty five were to pass before other adventurers visited this area, judging from past records. In 1659 Sieur Radisson and Sieur Groseillier followed in the wake of Nicolet and wintered among the Pottawatomies in the Green Bay area, and in...

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    • Muir, John, 1838-1914
    • 1861-1914
    • [1861. According to a note on the typescript, Fannie Pelton was the only child of E. W. and Frances W. Pelton who died in 1861, aged 20 months. The first piece was probably written while she was ill, the second, after her death] Fannie you are a...

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    • Proxmire, William
    • 1976-1985
    • u. s. Senator William Proxmire reports to you from Washington May 1985 THE BIG SHIPBUILDING BAILOUT You paid for them: $436 hammers and $2,228 wrenches. Courtesy of the Defense Department. But that is only the tip of the iceberg. The big money...

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    • Wisconsin. Legislature. Committee on White Slave Traffic and Kindred Subjects
    • 1914
    • -57- Do you get your commission at the end of each week'i A. Yes sir. How many of the girls get their commission at the end of the week? Ai I do not know, I work a little different from the average girl, because I have charge of a department. Is...

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    • Rotier, M. C.
    • 1894-07
    • THE PNEUMATIC. JOURNAL OF CYCLING LITERATURE AND TRADE NEWS. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. All copy for advertisements, changes for same, news and correspondence tor publication must be sent in before the 7th, to insure insertion the...

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    • Wisconsin Game Protective Association
    • 1900
    • 2. The Treasurer shall furnish a bond in the sum of .$500, as soon as the Association will have $100 on hand. 3. If the money on hand amounts to $50, it shall be deposited at a bank in the name of the Wisconsin Game Protective Association. Money...

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    • Lapham, Increase Allen, 1811-1875
    • 1858?
    • COMMUNICATIONS. 251 and very durable, consequently suited for railroad ties, and for other purposes where wood is exposed to the dampness of the ground. Like several other evergreens, it has been rdcommended as a hedge plant and for screens against...


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