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Jefferson Davis's Camel Experiment print that page

That the camel would suit such conditions was the belief of several army officers and particularly of Jefferson Davis, who when a young man had served in the army on the western frontier and later had commanded a regiment in the war with Mexico. The camel could travel faster than a horse and

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The American Language/Chapter 50 print that page

only in the days of beginning. Once they had begun to move back from the coast and to come into contact with the aborigines and with the widely dispersed settlers of other races, they encountered rivers, mountains, lakes and even towns that bore far more engaging names, and these, after some

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Timothy W. v. Rochester, New Hampshire School District/Opinion of the Court print that page

Plaintiff-appellant Timothy W. appeals an order of the district court which held that under the Education for All Handicapped Children Act , a handicapped child is not eligible for special education if he cannot benefit from that education, and that Timothy W., a severely retarded and multiply

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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Leon print that page

Probably before the time of Trajan, the Romans founded in the Asturias, in the neighborhood of the ancient Lancia, a military colony to which they gave the name of Legio Septima Gemina . From Legio (acc. legionem ) was formed, in accordance with the nature of the Romance-Castilian language

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Roads to Freedom: Socialism, Anarchism, and Syndicalism/Chapter 3 print that page

SYNDICALISM arose in France as a revolt against political Socialism, and in order to understand it we must trace in brief outline the positions attained by Socialist parties in the various countries. After a severe setback, caused by the Franco- Prussian war, Socialism gradually revived, and

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Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 23/The Plan to Rescue the Johnson's Island Prisoners print that page

Assistant-Engineer H. X. Wright, Second-Assistant-Engineer Tucker, Assistant-Pay master (P. M.) DeLeon , Assistant-Surgeon (William) Sheppardson, gunners Gormley and Waters, John Tabb, a man named Leggett, who subsequently left us at Halifax. Of course our plan was kept secret, only Wilkinson

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Proposed Roads to Freedom: Socialism, Anarchism, and Syndicalism/Chapter I 3 print that page

SYNDICALISM arose in France as a revolt against political Socialism, and in order to understand it we must trace in brief outline the positions attained by Socialist parties in the various countries. After a severe setback, caused by the Franco- Prussian war, Socialism gradually revived, and

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