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2nd Massachusetts Light Artillery

The 2nd Massachusetts Battery was an artillery battery that served in the Union army during the American Civil War. The unit was sometimes known as "Nims Battery" after its commanding officer, Capt. Ormand F. Nims. It was one of the Massachusetts ...

                                               

Black suffrage in the United States

Black suffrage in the United States refers to voting in elections in the United States by blacks. It has a checkered history, with many advances and setbacks. Prior to the Civil War and the Reconstruction Amendments to the U.S. Constitution some ...

                                               

Hanging of Patrick OConnor

The hanging of Patrick OConnor happened on June 20, 1834, in Dubuque, Michigan Territory, to a man charged with murder. OConnor was an immigrant from Ireland to the United States. The hanging occurred after an attempted lynching of OConnor on May ...

                                               

List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States, June 2020

This is a list of people reported killed by non-military law enforcement officers in the United States in June 2020, whether in the line of duty or not, and regardless of reason or method. The listing documents the occurrence of a death, making n ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in the United Kingdom

Protests were held across the United Kingdom following the killing of George Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American man, by police officers while under arrest in the United States on 25 May 2020. Immediately following his death, protests and riots ...

                                               

Whiteley (disambiguation)

Whiteley is a community near Fareham in the county of Hampshire, England. Whiteley may also refer to: 18839 Whiteley 1999 PG, a main-belt asteroid Whiteley surname Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship, an Australian annual art award Whiteley ...

                                               

List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States, April 2020

This is a list of people reported killed by non-military law enforcement officers in the United States in April 2020, whether in the line of duty or not, and regardless of reason or method. The listing documents the occurrence of a death, making ...

                                               

Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Community School District

Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Community School District is a school district in Iowa. The district under the name, "MMCRU Schools", operates an elementary and high school in Marcus, while the Remsen Union Community School District operates an elementar ...

                                               

Samuel E. Walker (police accountability expert)

Samuel Emlen Walker is an American civil liberties, policing, and criminal justice expert. He specializes in police accountability.

                                               

The Reflector (Washington newspaper)

The Reflector is a weekly newspaper that provides coverage of Battle Ground, Washington in the United States and is the legal newspaper of the City of Battle Ground. The first issue of The Reflector – then located in Ridgefield, Washington – was ...

                                               

Ending Qualified Immunity Act

The Ending Qualified Immunity Act is legislation, introduced by Justin Amash and Ayanna Pressley to end qualified immunity in the United States. Qualified immunity shields police officers and other government officials from legal actions by victi ...

                                               

Northern Arizona University shooting

On October 9, 2015, Steven Edward Jones, an 18-year-old freshman at Northern Arizona University, shot four people, killing Colin Charles Brough and severely injuring three others, in a parking lot outside of Mountain View Hall on the Flagstaff Mo ...

                                               

Roberts House

Roberts House, Roberts Homestead, Roberts Farm, or variations, may refer to: in the United States by state then city Nathan J. and Nancy Roberts House, Abilene, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Texas Roberts Ranch, Immokalee, Florida, NRHP-listed Jon ...

                                               

Lincoln County Courthouse

Lincoln County Courthouse may refer to: Lincoln County Courthouse Kansas, Lincoln, Kansas, NRHP-listed Lincoln County Courthouse Wyoming, Kemmerer, Wyoming, NRHP-listed Lincoln County Courthouse Arkansas, Star City, Arkansas, listed on the Nation ...

                                               

Greene County Courthouse

Greene County Courthouse may refer to: Greene County Courthouse Mississippi, Leakesville, Mississippi, a Mississippi Landmark Greene County Courthouse Georgia, Greensboro, Georgia Greene County Courthouse Arkansas, Paragould, Arkansas Greene Coun ...

                                               

Harold R. Fatzer

Harold R. Fatzer was an American jurist. He was a justice of the Kansas Supreme Court from March 1, 1956 to September 1, 1971, then served as chief justice from September 1, 1971 to September 19, 1977. When he retired he was succeeded as chief ju ...

                                               

Local Law 97 of 2019

Local Law No 97 of 2019, passed a part of the Climate Mobilization Act by New York City Council in March 2019, requires large existing buildings in New York City reduce their emissions by 40% by 2030 and 80% by 2050. This law is unique and novel ...

                                               

Johnson County Courthouse

Johnson County Courthouse may refer to: Johnson County Courthouse Texas, Cleburne, Texas Johnson County Courthouse Nebraska, Tecumseh, Nebraska Johnson County Courthouse Kansas, Olathe, Kansas Johnson County Courthouse Illinois, Vienna, Illinois ...

                                               

U of M School of Law

U of M School of Law may refer to: University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Montana School of Law, Missoula, Montana University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan University of Miami School of Law, Coral G ...

                                               

Kelley House

Kelley House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Kelley-Reppert Motor Company Building, Kansas City, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Jackson County James Kelley House Tennille, Georgia, listed on the National Register of Histori ...

                                               

Morgan County Courthouse

Morgan County Courthouse may refer to: Morgan County Courthouse Indiana, Martinsville, Indiana Morgan County Courthouse Illinois, Jacksonville, Illinois Morgan County Courthouse Kentucky, West Liberty, Kentucky Morgan County Courthouse Ohio, McCo ...

                                               

Casey Ellis

Casey Ellis is an Australian cybersecurity expert, entrepreneur, and speaker based in San Francisco, California. He is known for pioneering the crowdsourced Security-as-a-Service model and has contributed to Federal and State-level elections secu ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in New Jersey

Following the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25, 2020, protests erupted around the nation and world. Dozens of protests, several involving thousands of protesters have been held in New Jersey. Unlik ...

                                               

NY Gridlock

The NY Gridlock is a professional womxns ultimate team based in New York City which competes in the Premier Ultimate League. The team joined the PUL for the leagues inaugural 2019 season. Their stated mission is "to achieve competitive excellence ...

                                               

Montgomery County Courthouse

Montgomery County Courthouse may refer to: 1931 Neo-classical granite old courthouse 1891 red brick Romanesque Revival old courthouse Montgomery County Courthouse Arkansas, Mount Ida, Arkansas Montgomery County Courthouse Georgia, Mount Vernon, G ...

                                               

Murder of Alexandra Flores

Alexandra Flores was murdered by David Santiago Renteria on November 18-19, 2001 in El Paso, Texas, after being kidnapped. She was last with her parents in a local Walmart. Floress body was found naked and slightly burnt by employees of a doctors ...

                                               

Jimmy Anderson

Jimmy Anderson may refer to: Jimmy Anderson baseball born 1976, American MLB player Jimmy Anderson boxer born 1942, British boxer Jimmy P. Anderson born 1986, American politician from Wisconsin Jimmy Anderson bullfighter 1953–2008, American bullf ...

                                               

Frank Evans

Frank Evans may refer to: USS Frank E. Evans, a 1944 destroyer named after the general Frank Evans general 1876–1941, United States Marine Corps general Thomas David Frank Evans 1917–1996, known as Frank Evans, prisoner of war in World War II and ...

                                               

Francisco Rivera

Francisco Rivera is the name of: Francisco Israel Rivera born 1994, Mexican footballer Frank Rivera athlete Francisco Rivera Paniagua; born 1928, Puerto Rican sprinter and middle-distance runner Francisco Rosa Rivera 1972–2010, Puerto Rican bodyb ...

                                               

Elephant sanctuary

Elephant sanctuary may refer to: The Elephant Sanctuary Hohenwald, Tennessee The Elephant Sanctuary Hazyview, South Africa Elephant Nature Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand Riddles Elephant and Wildlife Sanctuary, Greenbrier, Arkansas A wildlife refuge ...

                                               

John Lansing Wendell

John Lansing Wendell was an American judge. Wendell was born in Albany, New York, on 2 January, 1785, and died in Hartford, Connecticut on 19 December, 1861, at the age of 76. He was a descendant of one of the Dutch families of New York. He was e ...

                                               

Norwich School (disambiguation)

Norwich School is an independent fee-paying school in Norwich, England. Norwich School may also refer to: Norwich Law School, part of the UEA in Norwich, England Norwich High School for Girls, independent girls fee-charging school with selective ...

                                               

Harlan M. Sands

Sands is a native of Wantagh, New York. He earned a Bachelor of Science in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Business Administration with a focus in finance from George Washington University, and Juris ...

                                               

John P. Bourcier

John P. Bourcier was a Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court from 1995 to 2002. Born in Rhode Island, Bourcier served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and thereafter graduated from Brown University and Vanderbilt University Law School. A ...

                                               

Robert D. Rupert

Robert D. Rupert is an American philosopher. His primary academic appointment is at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he is Professor of Philosophy, a fellow of UCB’s Institute of Cognitive Science, and a member of UCB’s Committee on t ...

                                               

Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh

Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh is best known as the mother of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh. Raised in a highly educated family, her father dentist Charles H. Land pioneered porcelain and gold teeth crowns and her uncle John Christian Lodge wa ...

                                               

Adrienne J. Smith

Adrienne J. Smith was an American psychologist. She came out as a lesbian in 1973 and became one of the first openly out lesbian psychologists in the American Psychological Association. She worked for reforms in the APA and spoke on LGBT rights a ...

                                               

Stephanie Pollack

Stephanie Pollack is an American transportation policy expert who as of 2020 heads the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. She previously worked for the Conservation Law Foundation and Northeastern University before starting her position ...

                                               

Kirk Cullimore Jr.

Kirk Cullimore Jr. is an American attorney and politician serving as a member of the Utah State Senate. Elected in 2018, Cullimore represents the 9th district.

                                               

Robert Miklos

Robert Miklos is an American attorney and politician who served in the Texas House of Representatives, representing the 101st district from 2009 to 2011.

                                               

1964 Indiana gubernatorial election

The 1964 Indiana gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1964. Incumbent Democratic Governor Matthew E. Welsh was term-limited. Democratic nominee Roger D. Branigin defeated Republican nominee Richard O. Ristine with 56.18% of the vote.

                                               

Rerum

Rerum may refer to: Rerum novarum is an encyclical issued by Pope Leo XIII on May 16, 1891. Rerum Deus Tenax Vigor is the daily hymn for None in the Roman Catholic Breviary. Lacrimae rerum is the Latin for tears for things. Silva rerum was a spec ...

                                               

Apostolorum

Apostolorum may refer to: Ad Apostolorum principis June 29, 1958 is an encyclical of Pope Pius XII on Communism and the Church in China. Didascalia Apostolorum or just Didascalia is the title of a treatise which presents itself as being written b ...

                                               

Wilfrid Lawson

Wilfrid Lawson may refer to: Sir Wilfrid Lawson, 1st Baronet, of Isell c. 1610–1688, MP for Cumberland 1659 and 1660 and Cockermouth 1660–1679 Sir Wilfrid Lawson, 2nd Baronet, of Isell 1664–1704, MP for Cockermouth 1690–1695 Wilfrid Lawson MP for ...

                                               

Manor of Fremington

The descent of the manor of Fremington followed the descent of the feudal barony of Barnstaple, of which it was a member. Having reverted to King Richard II following the death of Nicholas Lord Audley without children, the king granted it to his ...

                                               

Edward Hulse

Edward Hulse may refer to: Sir Edward Hulse, 3rd Baronet 1744–1816, High Sheriff of Hampshire Sir Edward Hulse, 2nd Baronet 1714–1800 of the Hulse baronets Sir Edward Hulse, 10th Baronet born 1932, of the Hulse baronets Sir Edward Hulse, 7th Baro ...

                                               

Sir John Smith

Sir John Smith may refer to: Sir John Smith, 1st Baronet 1744–1807 Sir John James Smith, 3rd Baronet 1800–1862, third Smith-Marriott baronet John Smith High Sheriff of Kent 1557–1608, English politician Sir John Wyldbore Smith, 2nd Baronet 1770–1 ...

                                               

Robert Clifton

Robert Clifton may refer to: Sir Robert Clifton, 7th Baronet 1767–1837, High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire in 1820 Robert D. Clifton born 1968, American politician Sumangalo Robert Stuart Clifton, 1903–1963, American Buddhist monk Robert Cox Clifton ...

                                               

Thomas Gresley

Thomas Gresley may refer to: Sir Thomas Gresley, 5th Baronet 1722–1753, Member of Parliament MP for Lichfield 1753 Sir Thomas Gresley, 10th Baronet 1832–1868, Member of Parliament for South Derbyshire Thomas Gresley 1552–1610, MP for Derbyshire U ...

                                               

Bruce Anderson (publisher)

Bruce Anderson is the publisher and editor of the Northern California weekly newspaper, Anderson Valley Advertiser, which he purchased in 1984 for a sum of.000. The New York Times described the AVA as "the countrys most idiosyncratic and contenti ...