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Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2018/Fall/Section 3/Sam Jackson
Sam Jackson, born in 1915, was an African American turpentine farmer from Stapleton, Alabama. Jackson was interviewed as part of the Federal Writers'
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Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2020/Summer II/Section 06/Dr. S.S. Jackson
lucky few, like Jackson, opened their own businesses in their towns but still struggled from the economic climate. In 1869, Dr. Robert Tanner Freeman became
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Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2020/Fall/105i/Section 026/Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2020/Fall/105i/Section 026/Sam Jackson
Sam Jackson was a turpentine worker interviewed for the Federal Writers' Project by Lawrence Evans on September 21, 1938. Sam Jackson was a turpentine
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Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2020/Fall/105/Section071/Annie Jackson
Annie Jackson was born in 1904 in Tompson, Georgia. She was a domestic worker for multiple white families in the early 1900s and during the Great Depression
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Social Victorians/19thC Freemasonry
and also the following brethren:— Mr. W. L. Jackson, M.P., Sir Offley Wakeman, Mr. Causton, M.P., Mr. H. Bancroft, Mr. E. Terry, Mr. Lionel Brough, Colonel
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Federal Writers' Project- Life Histories/2020/Fall/105/Section071/Annie Jackson
Annie Jackson was born in 1904 in Tompson, Georgia. She was a domestic worker for multiple white families in the early 1900s and during the Great Depression
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Social Victorians/Timeline/1884
Arnold, F. W. H. Myers, William Stead, Camille Flammarion, Oscar Wilde, Prof. Adams, discoverer of Neptune, the Varleys, the Crookes, Robert Browning, Sir
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Lectures/Literary criticism/John Keats/Nightingale
image and used it for the theme of one of his three great odes. Coleridge Jackson 1970 4, 51-2, 57-8, 60, 520 Contemporary critics of Keats enjoyed the poem
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Literature/1991/Gloor
Long pp. 395-401 Intermail: a prototype hypermedia mail system Shari Jackson, Nicole Yankelovich pp. 405-409 Applications navigator: using hypertext
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Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2020/Spring/Section33/Dr. S. S. Jackson
Dr. S. S. Jackson, also known as Dr. James, was an African American dentist and business owner during the time of the Great Depression. James was an interviewee
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The US Civil War/Week 7
Grigsby, E.T.H. Warren, Bradley T. Johnson, and Brig. Gen. William E. Starke). Maj. Gen. D.H. Hill (brigades of Brig. Gens. Roswell S. Ripley, Robert E. Rodes
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Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2015/Fall/Section 020/Frank Coffee (category Articles with hCards)
and Lawrence H. Mamiya. The Black Church in the African American Experience. Duke University Press, 1990. Alderman, Derek H., and Robert N. Brown. "When
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Social Victorians/Timeline/1892
Mrs Spencer-Stanhope; Mrs A. Wilson; Miss G. Elliot; and Miss M. Jackson. Mrs Jackson (wife of the Irish Chief Secretary) wore a gown of rich grey brocade
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Woodstock Scholarship: An Interdisciplinary Annotated Bibliography/Authors, Editors and Directors Index
Carter: 134 Allen, Dave: 308, 320 Ambrose, Joe: 40 Anderson, Terry H.: 41 Anson, Robert Sam: 135 Araújo, Samuel M.: 333 Arnold, Gina: 368 Aronowitz, Alfred
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In the Lands of the Romanovs: An Annotated Bibliography of First-hand English-language Accounts of the Russian Empire (1613-1917)/Index of Authors
H138 Ambler, James Markham, J7 Anderson, Fortescue Lennox Macdonald, I45 Anderson, Herbert Foster, K285 Anderson, Robert, I35 Andrews, Mottram, H15
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Social Victorians/Timeline/1870s
Sydenham on January 28, 1879" (Alex Nissen, Brett Harte: Prince and Pauper. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2000: 174). February March Early
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Stars/X-ray classification/Laboratory
edu/abs/2010AJ....140.1919E. Retrieved 2014-04-05.  Richard H. Munro and Bernard V. Jackson (May 1, 1977). "Physical Properties of a Polar Coronal Hole
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Federal Writers' Project – Life Histories/2017/Fall/Section 26/Mary Hines(category Articles with hCards)
galegroup.com/apps/doc/CX3404500017/UHIC?u=sand55832&xid=c5d29dd4. Stakeman, Jackson and Randy Stakeman. “Segregated School Resource Inequality in the 1930’s
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Social Victorians/Timeline/1897
Aldwinckle, Mr. M. G. Hale. Mr. T. G. Jackson, Mr. Cornelius Hanbury, Mr. A. M'Ilwraith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell, Mrs. Arthur Wilson and Miss Muriel
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Social Victorians/1887 American Exhibition/Welcome Council
Saul Isaac, Esq., J.P. London. Thomas H. Ismay, Esq. Liverpool. Robert Ives, Esq. Calthorpe, Norwich. W. L. Jackson, Esq., M.P. (Leeds, North). J. S. Jeans
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