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Other wood came from a heritage Osage orange tree on an Albemarle County farm that dates to the time when Meriwether Lewis and William Clark gave Jefferson seeds and seedlings collected during their cross-country expedition. The Osage orange tree, ...
General Hartzog explained that in 1814, the year the British burned the White House, Congress decided to collect and conserve army art, artifacts and documents.

Obama issued the disaster declaration after speaking with Edwards, the White House said in a statement. ... The body of a 68-year-old man was recovered on Friday near Baker after he drowned, said William Clark, the coroner in East Baton Rouge Parish.
The group camped Tuesday night of last week at White House, a site recorded in the journals of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as a ground camp used on their 1804 to 1806 exploration. A juvenile was caught dipping his hand into the money receptacle ...
... fallen Baton Rouge officers, the southern state is now the first in the country to implement a "Blue Lives Matter" law. "I think it should be a federal law personally," said resident Aaron Darouse, "I think this is something that should come from ...

In a statement at the White House, Obama said he was acting after receiving recommendations from top military leaders who urged him to revise his earlier plan.
Poole is forecasting a very busy summer with programs on Alexander Hamilton, the White House, American musical instruments, baseball's "one-hit wonders," architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Plains Tribe and the Homestead Act, as well as a program of ...
With tales ranging from President Dwight D. Eisenhower intimidating his children to stories of President Harry S. Truman's daddy's girl, readers will gain insight into the walls of the White House, travel with the presidents on official business and ...
Whatever Reagan's personal knowledge of that scheme, the conservative Republican President subsequently lavished favors on Cohn, including invitations to White House events, personal thank-you notes and friendly birthday wishes. But perhaps nothing was ...
The importance of serving others and being a leader has been woven into the fabric of the life of William Clark by his family, his school and his own community involvement.
William Clark Green: 8 p.m., $10-$12. Off Broadway ... Pointfest 2016: w/ Deftones, Chevelle, Bring Me the Horizon, the Struts, Flogging Molly, Story of the Year, Highly Suspect, Sick Puppies, Holy White House, the Hush List 1 p.m., $29.95-$89.95 ...
Among the many artifacts were the William Clark memorabilia, civil war guns and a horse-drawn fire engine inside a burned building.
On the $20 bill, Tubman is on the front, with images of Jackson and the White House on the inverse. Images of ... Other past occupants of $20 currency notes include explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, Robert Morris and Benjamin Franklin. The ...
Among the major founders, he was, aside from Ben Franklin, the one who never made it to the White House and therefore lacked the reverent attention we bestow on presidents," biographer Ron Chernow has said.
"The CIA official [Raymond] discussed the transfer with [CIA director] Casey and NSC advisor William Clark that he be assigned to the NSC as [Donald] Gregg's successor [as coordinator of intelligence operations in June 1982] and received approval for ...
In the interest of transparency, Rotterdam police asked NYSP to determine if deadly force had been justified when one of their officers fired upon 30-year-old William Clark after he attacked two of them with a knife. Standing together In a joint press ...

William Rivers. The class first attended his weekly news conference, then visited Reagan's office before lunching with Lyn Nofziger and William Clark, later to be Reagan's White House Press Secretary and national security adviser, respectively. The ...
In 1792, Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 94 in G Major (the "Surprise" symphony) had its first public performance in London. In 1806, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, having reached the Pacific coast, began their journey back east. This is an ...
A contract for clearing 15 acres of the 40-acre site for the new state vocational school on Prescott Hill had been given to William Clark of Bedford, "who began work about two weeks ago." The 15 acres being cleared were located next .... Allen-Rogers ...
William Rivers. The class first attended his weekly news conference, then visited Reagan's office before lunching with Lyn Nofziger and William Clark, later to be Reagan's White House Press Secretary and national security adviser, respectively. The ...
In 1792, Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 94 in G Major (the "Surprise" symphony) had its first public performance in London. In 1806, explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, having reached the Pacific coast, began their journey back east. This is an ...
William Rivers. The class first attended his weekly news conference, then visited Reagan's office before lunching with Lyn Nofziger and William Clark, later to be Reagan's White House Press Secretary and national security adviser, respectively. The ...
William Rivers. The class first attended his weekly news conference, then visited Reagan's office before lunching with Lyn Nofziger and William Clark, later to be Reagan's White House Press Secretary and national security adviser, respectively. The ...
The class first attended his weekly news conference, then visited Reagan's office before lunching with Lyn Nofziger and William Clark, later to be Reagan's White House Press Secretary and national security adviser, respectively. The class only briefly ...
Those in the Lewis and Clark Expedition referred to coyotes as "prairie wolves." On Sept. 18, 1804, near the White River in what is now South Dakota, William Clark wrote, "I killed a Prairie Wolf, about the Size of a Gray fox, bushy tail, head and ears ...
Mrs. Reagan, who died Sunday at 94, greatly influenced her husband, President Ronald Reagan, both in shaping White House operations in his first term and encouraging his breakthrough relations with the Soviet Union in his second.
She forged a close alliance with Secretary of State George Shultz - they had scores of telephone conversations - at the expense of the more conservative national security adviser, William Clark, a longtime Reagan ally. Clark, too, was discarded, and ...
The list of influential modern first ladies always includes Eleanor Roosevelt and Hillary Clinton, but not usually Nancy Reagan. That's a mistake.
18, 1804, near the White River in what is now South Dakota, William Clark wrote, "I killed a prairie wolf, about the size of a gray fox, bushy tail, head and ears like a wolf, some fur, burrows in the ground and barks like a small dog.
18, 1804, near the White River in what is now South Dakota, William Clark wrote, "I killed a Prairie Wolf, about the Size of a Gray fox, bushy tail, head and ears like a Wolf, Some fur, Burrows in the ground and barks like a Small Dog.
... an all-American masculine hero. The cowboy 'brand' sold all manner of products from cologne to cigarettes. It also sold presidents: Theodore Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, and most recently, George W Bush all rode the cowboy mantle to the White House ...
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said at the Wednesday briefing, "ultimately his preference in this contest is one that will be expressed in his absentee ballot in the Illinois primary.
... African grasslands and the American bison, antelope, wolves and grizzly bears that roamed the great expanse from the Missouri river to the Rockies when American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark entered the wilderness in the early 1800s.
In this feature to commemorate the First World War, we will bring you the news as it happened in 1916, as reported by the Morpeth Herald.
... African grasslands and the American bison, antelope, wolves and grizzly bears that roamed the great expanse from the Missouri river to the Rockies when American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark entered the wilderness in the early 1800s.
In this feature to commemorate the First World War, we will bring you the news as it happened in 1916, as reported by the Morpeth Herald.
Ned Price, spokesman for the National Security Council at the White House: "We are confident in the agency's technical plans for investigating the possible military dimensions of Iran's former program, issues that in some cases date back more than a ...
White House spokesman Alistair Baskey says the port was a crucial lifeline for food, medicine and fuel for Yemen. He's calling for all parties to allow relief supplies to flow into Yemen unimpeded.
former President Jimmy Carter greets Carter Center members before a press conference to discuss his cancer diagnosis in Atlanta on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Reaction to the U.N. allowing Iran to use its own inspectors to investigate a site it has been accused of using to develop nuclear arms.
This presentation looks at the history of the journals kept by Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and four enlisted men of the expedition as they crossed the continent from 1804 to 1806.
Talamore Property Group to William Clark, Lindsey Clark and Norris Hendrix Jr., in Morrell Heights subdivision, $222,000. .... Stephanie Triplett and Stephanie Whitehouse to Jenny Dubon and Robert Alvarez, in Donald J. Root subdivision, $123,000.
One of the two sisters, thought to be Sarah Polk Rucker (named for her aunt), appears in a recently discovered photograph standing on the front steps of the White House with the Polks and other dignitaries, including Dolly Madison. (Much of President ...
... with President Woodrow Wilson participating in the ceremony all the way from Washington, D.C., by means that must have seemed quite technologically impressive at the time: with the press of a button in the White House, he triggered an electrical ...
The setting for the announcement was the East Room of the White House, where the explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark had shown President Thomas Jefferson the map from their expedition to the Northwest Territories, launching the new nation on ...
President John F. Kennedy once famously told a group of Nobel prize winners he was honoring that the White House had never had so much brainpower under its roof except when Thomas Jefferson dined alone.
Hoeven supports the addition of Sakakawea, who served as a guide and impromptu diplomat during the expedition headed by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, for which Sakakawea's husband, French-Canadian Pierre Charbonneau, served as an ...
Hoeven supports the addition of Sakakawea, who served as a guide and impromptu diplomat during the expedition headed by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, for which Sakakawea's husband, French-Canadian Pierre Charbonneau, served as an ...
Hoeven supports the addition of Sakakawea, who served as a guide and impromptu diplomat during the expedition headed by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, for which Sakakawea's husband, French-Canadian Pierre Charbonneau, served as an interpreter. She ...


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