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Dependent and Delinquent Children in North Dakota and South Dakota : A Study of the Prevalence, Treatment, And Prevention of Child Dependency and Delinquency in Two Rural Statess

By: Lundberg, Emma O. (Emma Octavia); United States. Children's Bureau; North Dakota

... w rb ~Ai ^^e^ z& \4 U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR JAMES J. DAVIS. Secretary CHILDREN'S BUREAU GRACE ABBOTT. Chief ... ...f DEPENDENT AND DELINQUENT CHILDREN IN NORTH DAKOTA AND SOUTH DAKOTA A STUDY OF THE PREVALENCE, TREATMENT,AND PREVENTION OF CHILD DEPENDENCY AND DELIN... ...EPENDENT AND DELINQUENT CHILDREN IN NORTH DAKOTA AND SOUTH DAKOTA A STUDY OF THE PREVALENCE, TREATMENT,AND PREVENTION OF CHILD DEPENDENCY AND DELINQUE... ...ENTS SF.P 10 1926 ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCUEED FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS GOVERNMENT PRINTrNG OFFICE WASHINGTON, D.... ... among wards of agencies and insti- tutions 63 The illegitimate births in 20 counties 64 Operation of the 1917 illegitimacy law in North Dakota 67 Dep... ...122 C.—Forms and questionnaires used in the study 124 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL United States Departihent of Labor, Children's Bureau, Washington^ April ... ... the localities from which the children came. In each State were selected 10 counties whose geographical distribution and characteristics made them fa... ...May, 1921, by the board of charities of the Lutheran church in a frame house formerly used by a maternity home known as " The Ark of Refuge." The yard... ...ool, the principal of the high school, and the justice of the peace. The two former were consulted as to the boy's school record and general conduct. ...

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Counties of the United States

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...Subcategories This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total. ... ...Subcategories This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total. C ... ... Categories by county of the United States ... ... Categories by county of the United States ... ... Categories by county of the United States ... ... Consolidated city-counties in the United States ... ... Counties in multiple time zones ... ... Former counties of the United States ... ... Former counties of the United States ...

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Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1910

By: United States. War Department

... 238 ~i THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES GIFT This book is due on last-date given belc w... ... GIFT This book is due on last-date given belc will be charged for each day the book is Date Due T- 7238 REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED ST... ...harged for each day the book is Date Due T- 7238 REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1910 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 191 1 WA... ...for each day the book is Date Due T- 7238 REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1910 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 191 1 WAR DEPAR... ...TMENT, Document No. 3S4. sol WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, December 31, 1910. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations... ...S4. sol WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, December 31, 1910. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations for the Army be publ... ...ination, be determined, first, by rank in service when appointed; second, by former rank in the Army or Marine Corps; third, by lot. 12. The relative ... ...ediately report to the commanding officer the date of his departure from his former station, and submit a copy of his order, noting thereon the date h... ... the preceding section [section 1983] are empowered, within their respective counties, to appoint, in writing, under their hands, one or more suitable...

...Subject: United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st; United States. Army Cavalry (Volunteer), 1st; Spanish-American War, 1898 -- Regimental histories United States...

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List of former United States counties

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...This article provides a list of United States counties which no longer exist. They were established by a... ...This article provides a list of United States counties which no longer exist. They were established by a st... ...This article provides a list of United States counties which no longer exist. They were established by a state, provincia... ...ablished by a state, provincial, colonial, or territorial government. Most of these counties were created and disbanded in the 19th century; county bo... ...by a state, provincial, colonial, or territorial government. Most of these counties were created and disbanded in the 19th century; county boundaries ... ...rritorial government. Most of these counties were created and disbanded in the 19th century; county boundaries have changed little since 1900 in the v... ... little since 1900 in the vast majority of states. A county is repeated on the list if its jurisdiction changed from one state/colony/territory to ano... ... 12.1 Revolutionary era 12.2 Former counties of the Northwest and Indiana territories ... ... 13.1 Revolutionary era 13.2 Former counties of the Northwest and Indiana territories ...

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The Military Laws of the United States

By: United States; Porter, John Biddle, 1858-1915; Davis, George Breckenridge, 1847-1914

... by JOHN BIDDLE PORTER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES ... ... by JOHN BIDDLE PORTER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Title:THE MILITAR... ...HN BIDDLE PORTER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Title:THE MILITARY LAWS ... ...... ...... ...are derived, in part, from the Constitution, and are, in part, imposed by statute. In the execution of the former they act as the repre- sentatives of... ...the par- ticular occasion or cause, in brief, that rendered such serv- ice necessary; and theamount of all former appropriations in each case on hand,... ...the original States ora State admitted MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. 409 1097. Cuivre River, in the counties of Lincoln and Saint Charles, in t... ...he preceding section and assign them to their respec- ^d 864 '^-. 9 ^ 8- 7> tive townships, districts, and counties; and the officers s ^ 1 ^ 2 ?'^ 8 ...

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Counties of Kenya

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... This article is part of a series on the politics and government of Kenya ... ... This article is part of a series on the politics and government of Kenya ... ... Director of Public Prosecutions ... ... Counties Sub-Countie... ... The National Alliance ... ...onal Alliance United Republican Party ... ... Not to be confused with the defunct county councils of Kenya, the counties of Kenya are geographical units envisioned by the 2010 Constitutio... ...you can tour the Kenya 47 counties They are grouped below according to the former province of which they were part, with their areas and 2009 Census p... ... Tour County Former Province Area (km2) ...

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Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1895

By: United States. War Department

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE UNITED STATES Title: REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED S... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE UNITED STATES Title: REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STAT... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE UNITED STATES Title: REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES A... ...... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...... ...tion, be deter- mined, first, by rank in service when appointed ; second, by former rank in the Army or Marine Corps ; third, by lot, among such as ha... ...report in writing tothe commanding officer the date of his departure fromhis former station, and submit a copy of his order, noting thereon the date h... ... by the preceding section [sec. 1983] are empowered, within their respective counties, to appoint, in writing, undertheir hands, one or more suitable ...

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Former counties, cities, and towns of Virginia

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...Former counties, cities, and towns of Virginia are those that existed within the English Colony of Virginia or... ...rmer counties, cities, and towns of Virginia are those that existed within the English Colony of Virginia or, after statehood, the Commonwealth of Vir... ...ithin the English Colony of Virginia or, after statehood, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and no longer retain the same form within its boundaries. The ... ...ia or, after statehood, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and no longer retain the same form within its boundaries. The settlements, towns, and administra... ...ame under the administration of the federal government. , Virginia had 95 counties, 39 independent cities, and 190 incorporated towns. There are also... ...continually occupied settlement in the British Colonies in what is now the United States. For almost 400 years, hundreds of counties, cities, and tow... ...onies in what is now the United States. For almost 400 years, hundreds of counties, cities, and towns were formed in the Colony of Virginia and later... ...used term in Virginia. In some independent cities of Virginia, areas that formerly were unincorporated towns are often called neighborhoods or commun... ...e time Virginia drafted a new state constitution during Reconstruction, 62 former counties had become located in other states. Of course, many cities ...

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Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1913

By: United States. War Department

... < c < - C c C c XXIX-X.XXMJ XXXIV XL. LW LV l-X REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1913 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 19... ...C c C c XXIX-X.XXMJ XXXIV XL. LW LV l-X REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1913 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1913 WAR D... ... XXIX-X.XXMJ XXXIV XL. LW LV l-X REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1913 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1913 WAR DEPARTME... ...ocument No. 454. 349245 WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, November 15, 1913. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations f... ...4. 349245 WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, November 15, 1913. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations for the Army be... ...245 WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, November 15, 1913. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations for the Army be publis... ...ation, be determined, first, by rank in service when appointed; second, by former rank in the Army or Marine Corps; third, by lot. 12. The relative ra... ...iately report to the commanding officer the date of his departure from his former station, and submit a copy of his order, noting thereon the date he ... ...he preceding section [section 1983] are empowered, within their respective counties, to appoint, in writing, under their hands, one or more suitable p...

Subject: United States. Army; Draft

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Counties of Ireland

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...Click on a county to go to the corresponding article ... ...esponding article The counties of Ireland (Irish: contaetha na hÉireann; Ulster-Scots: coonti... ...nding article The counties of Ireland (Irish: contaetha na hÉireann; Ulster-Scots: coonties o... ...icle The counties of Ireland (Irish: contaetha na hÉireann; Ulster-Scots: coonties o Airlann)... ..., and in some cases continue to be, used to geographically demarcate areas of local government. These land divisions were formed following the Norman ... ...s were formed following the Norman invasion of Ireland in imitation of the counties then in use as units of local government in the Kingdom of England... ... 3.3 Tudor areas of control 3.4 Former counties 3.5 Sub-division... ...; thus "County Clare" in Ireland as opposed to "Clare County" in Michigan, United States. The former "King's County" and "Queen's County" were excepti... ...e" in Ireland as opposed to "Clare County" in Michigan, United States. The former "King's County" and "Queen's County" were exceptions; these are now ...

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Regulations for the Army of the United States, 1908

By: United States. War Department

... LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. Gl FT OF f\ Class , ,* REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1... ...RY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. Gl FT OF f\ Class , ,* REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1908 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE ... ... CALIFORNIA. Gl FT OF f\ Class , ,* REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1908 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1908 ,'0\ WAR D... ...DEPARTMENT, Document No. 317. c,. WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, June 1, 1908. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations... ...cument No. 317. c,. WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, June 1, 1908. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations for the Army ... ...No. 317. c,. WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, June 1, 1908. The PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES directs that the following Regulations for the Army be publ... ...ination, be determined, first, by rank in service when appointed; second, by former rank in the Army or Marine Corps ;, third, by lot. BANK AND PRECE... ...ediately report to the commanding officer the date of his departure from his former station, and submit a copy of his order, noting thereon the date h... ... the preceding section [section 1983] are empowered, within their respective counties, to appoint, in writing, under their hands, one or more suitable...

Subject: United States. Army; Automobiles, Military

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County (United States)

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... Location States of the United States Number ... ... Location States of the United States Number ... ... Location States of the United States Number ... ... Government County commission, Board of Supervisors (AZ, CA, IA, MS, VA, WI) County council (WA), Commissioners'... ... Administrative divisions of the United States First leve... ...re called, respectively, parishes and boroughs. Numerous consolidated city–counties exist throughout the U.S. in which a city has merged with its coun... ... The 11 census areas which are statistically equivalent to counties. As of 2013, the United States has 3,007 counties and 137 county e... ... Index of U.S. counties List of former United States counties List of ... ...y state Former counties ...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : Vol. 3

By: United States Fish Commission

...ETIN OF THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. Ill, FOK 18 8 3. WASHINGTON: G... ...N OF THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. Ill, FOK 18 8 3. WASHINGTON: GOVE... ... THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. Ill, FOK 18 8 3. WASHINGTON: GOVERNME... ...ASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. L883. * JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Fish Commissione... ...E. L883. * JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Fish Commissioner upon new discoveries in regard to ... ... 154. Brodhead, J. M. Upon the abundance of fish on rhe New England coast in former times. [In Report of the Commissioner for 1871-72, Part I, 1873, p... ...] 210. Deane, Samuel. Upon the abundance of fish on the New England coast in former times. [In Report of the Commissioner for 1871-72, Part I, 1873, p... ....5 by 25cm. 107. Blank for the listof post-offices in the lake and sea-coast counties, locatedwith- in 3 miles of the coast. 3 columns. Hektograph. Ju... ...ust, 1880. 1 p. 20 by 31.5cm. ' 127. Circular-letter to postmasters in coast counties asking the distance from tide- waterandthenumber offishermen. He...

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List of island counties of the United States

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...The following is a list of United States counties and county equivalents exclusively or predominantly ... ...The following is a list of United States counties and county equivalents exclusively or predominantly comprising isl... ... or predominantly comprising islands. Island counties of the United States County&n... ...minantly comprising islands. Island counties of the United States County (or&n... ...antly comprising islands. Island counties of the United States County (or ... ... Massachusetts Martha's Vineyard and the Elizabeth Islands Hawaiʻ... ... Hawaiʻi The Kalaupapa Peninsula of Molokaʻi Kauaʻi County ... ...y state Former counties ... ...y state Former counties ...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : Vol. 5

By: United States Fish Commission

...ETIN OF THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. V, fob 18 8 5. WASHINGTON: GOV... ...N OF THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. V, fob 18 8 5. WASHINGTON: GOVERN... ... THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. V, fob 18 8 5. WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT... ... WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OPPIOB. 1885. JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Fish Commissione... ...IOB. 1885. JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Fish Commissioner upon new discoveries in regard to ... ... the barges are in more demand than the novies, from the fact that while the former hold S quintals of fish freshly caught, the latter hold only 1, or... ...e one in a novie and the other in a barge. As no ballast is required for the former the inside room is divided iuto four partitions, with seats betwee... ...5 to September 30, from several fishing places specially named by law in the counties of Nordland and Tromso. If, for instance, foreigners \vish to bu... ... Morganton Ponds mar Salisbury Total * Living in ninety-one ofthe ninety-six counties ofthe State. Raleigh, K 0., July 28, 1884. Number. 1,400 8,000 2...

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Lists of counties in the United States

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...The 3143 counties and county-equivalents of the United States The followi... ...The 3143 counties and county-equivalents of the United States The following ... ...The 3143 counties and county-equivalents of the United States The following are ... ... States The following are lists of U.S. counties by various criteria. ... ... The following are lists of U.S. counties by various criteria. Con... ... Highest mean elevation Island counties Statistical areas ... ...y state Former counties ... ... County statistics of the United States ... ...y state Former counties ...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : Vol. 4

By: United States Fish Commission

...TED STATES BULLETIN ^ ^ci__^ 3 C } OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. IV, FOB 18 8 4. WASHINGTOK: GO... ... STATES BULLETIN ^ ^ci__^ 3 C } OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. IV, FOB 18 8 4. WASHINGTOK: GOVER... ...TES BULLETIN ^ ^ci__^ 3 C } OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. IV, FOB 18 8 4. WASHINGTOK: GOVERNMEN... ...HINGTOK: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFIOB. 1884. «c- JOINT KESOLUTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Pish Commissione... ... 1884. «c- JOINT KESOLUTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Pish Commissioner upon new discoveries in regard to ... ...he is bound to admit that the oyster beds of Europe are less productive than formerly, however believes, after all, that there is hope for oyster cons... ... has a percentage of saline matter ranging from 0.02 to 3.90 per cent. — the former at a depth of 2 feet, the latter at 27 feet. The oysters thrive be... ...ruction of fish-ponds. Such races are quite common in the middle and western counties, and they often reach a long distance. On the lower side, be- tw... ...iilautatiou is in the fork of Broad and Green Rivers, in Polk and Rutherford Counties, ISTorth Caro- lina, and after they join form Main Broad River, ...

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Flags of counties of the United States

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...The flags of the counties of the United States of America exhibit a wide variety of regional influenc... ...The flags of the counties of the United States of America exhibit a wide variety of regional influences ... ...The flags of the counties of the United States of America exhibit a wide variety of regional influences and ... ...ltires being used on their state flags. Some Maryland county flags feature the coat of arms of the Calvert family, as it is featured on the Maryland s... ...ing used on their state flags. Some Maryland county flags feature the coat of arms of the Calvert family, as it is featured on the Maryland state flag... ...flag, and due to the Calvert family's prominence in Maryland history. Many counties went decades without a flag, until a certain event, such as a loca... ...erick County's example is typical of the flag adoption processes that many counties undertook with their flags. The 250th anniversary of Augusta Count... ...ltire, incorporating elements from the Floridian flag, itself based on the former Spanish flag, into their designs. ... ... as parishes. ^ Lincoln County utilizes the former New England flag for its county flag. ...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : Vol. 1

By: United States Fish Commission

...ES BULLETI]^ CM. J 4 ^ |e-c_ >3L ^ OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. I, VOli 18 8 1 WASHINGTON: gov... ... BULLETI]^ CM. J 4 ^ |e-c_ >3L ^ OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. I, VOli 18 8 1 WASHINGTON: govern... ... BULLETI]^ CM. J 4 ^ |e-c_ >3L ^ OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. I, VOli 18 8 1 WASHINGTON: govern:men... ... govern:ment printing office. 1882. ADVERTISEMENT. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, D. C. For the purpose of utilizing and... ...EMENT. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, D. C. For the purpose of utilizing and of promptly publishing the large amount of i... ...t. Anchors, rocks, and stone killicks are used for moorings to the nets. The former weigh from 20 to 25 i)ounds each, while the killicks and rocks var... ...n is made by boiling catechu in water in the proportion of one liound of the former to two and a half gallons of the latter. When it is sufficiently s... ...one hundred wagons and carts that had congregated from Lancaster and Chester Counties were loading shad at $-4 per hun- dred. Herring, rock, and other... ... one to three hundred shad annually in Chester, Lancaster, York, and Dauphin Countiesbefore dams were made. Shad were caught 200 miles up the Susqueha...

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List of United States counties and county equivalents

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...An enlargeable map of the 3143 counties and county equivalents of the United States ... ...An enlargeable map of the 3143 counties and county equivalents of the United States This is a complet... ...An enlargeable map of the 3143 counties and county equivalents of the United States This is a complete l... ...An enlargeable map of the 3143 counties and county equivalents of the United States This is a complete list ... ...United States This is a complete list of the 3143 counties and county equivalents of the United States of America... ...ted States This is a complete list of the 3143 counties and county equivalents of the United States of America as... ...s This is a complete list of the 3143 counties and county equivalents of the United States of America as of July ... ...t of island counties of the United States List of former United States counties The OMB has defined ... ...July 22, 2013.  ^ On July 1, 2013, the former City of Bedford gave up its city charter and became a town within Be...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : Vol. 2

By: United States Fish Commission

...ETIN OF THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. II, FOR 18 8 2. WASHINGTON: GO... ...N OF THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. II, FOR 18 8 2. WASHINGTON: GOVER... ... THE UNITED STATES BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. II, FOR 18 8 2. WASHINGTON: GOVERNMEN... ...: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 1883. ADVERTISEMENT. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, D. C. For the purpose of utilizing and... ...EMENT. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, D. C. For the purpose of utilizing and of promptly publishing the large amount of i... ...r about 120 hectares of spawning- ponds. According - to Mr. von dein Borne's former experience, the result would be still more favorable. He found tha... ...io f You use the words Salmo fontinalis and brook trout as synonymous, while formerly we thought brook trout to be our Trutta fario! A. It is true tha... ...ities, and in the whole State besides. The German carp will suit the western counties, and will at the same time do equally well in every other quarte... ...ew and along the shores of San Mateo, Santa Clara, Marin, and Contra Cos- ta Counties. There is no law regulating the shrimp fishery in California, an...

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List of former United States district courts

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...hich ceased to exist because they were subdivided into smaller units. With the exception of California, each of these courts initially covered an enti... ... exist because they were subdivided into smaller units. With the exception of California, each of these courts initially covered an entire U.S. state,... ...these courts initially covered an entire U.S. state, and was subdivided as the jurisdictions which they covered increased in population. Two of the di... ...vided as the jurisdictions which they covered increased in population. Two of the district courts—those of South Carolina and New Jersey—were subdivid... ... the divisions and boundaries of these courts is effected by an act of the United States Congress, and for each such action, the statutory reference i... ... Alabama The United States District Court for the District of Alabama was created on Apr... ...he courts were set forth in the statute: The counties of Hancock, McDonough, Peoria, Woodford, Livingston, and Iroquois,... ...ancock, McDonough, Peoria, Woodford, Livingston, and Iroquois, and all the counties in the said State north of them, shall compose one district, to be... ... Former United States district courts ...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : Vol. 6

By: United States Fish Commission

...OF THE UNITED STATES BULLETIISr OP THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. VI, FOR 18 8 6. I 1^1 I WASHINGTO... ...HE UNITED STATES BULLETIISr OP THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. VOL. VI, FOR 18 8 6. I 1^1 I WASHINGTON: G... ...WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTlNa OFFICE. 1887. JOINT EESOLTJTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Fisb Commissione... ...CE. 1887. JOINT EESOLTJTION authorizing the Public Printer to print reports of the United States Fisb Commissioner upon new discoveries in regaxd to ... ... new discoveries in regaxd to fish-culture. Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,... ...cation and pulvinate character of the mycelium resemble rather certain forms formerly referred to Oidium. Thename Oidium pulvinatum * Oui nogle inikro... ...he blastoderm could not grow around the vitellus and over the area where the former becomes adherent to the zona radiata. While the embryos are still ... ... be smoked more strongly and have a higher color than is liked in the middle counties. The north of England, especially Liverpool and Manchester, pref... ...al yield of the fisheries and the separate yields according to i)rov- inces, counties, districts, and sub-districts ; the value of the fisb ; the quan...

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Northern Counties Committee

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...The Northern Counties Committee (NCC) was a railway that served the north-east of Ireland. It was built to Irish gauge but later acquired ... ...Northern Counties Committee (NCC) was a railway that served the north-east of Ireland. It was built to Irish gauge but later acquired a number of na... ... but later acquired a number of narrow gauge lines. It had its origins in the Belfast and Ballymena Railway that opened to traffic on 11 April 1848. ... ... on 11 April 1848. The NCC itself was formed on 1 July 1903 as the result of the Midland Railway of England taking over the Belfast and Northern Coun... ...ult of the Midland Railway of England taking over the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway (BNCR), which the Belfast and Ballymena Railway had become... ...Belfast and Ballymena Railway ceased to exist and the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway (BNCR) took its place. Belfast and Northern Counties Rail... ...NCC) (opening date(s)/amalgamation date):Londonderry and Strabane section, formerly part of the narrow gauge Donegal Railway (14.25mi) was vested in t... ...nd were again dependent on their own resources. However, a large number of former military lorries had come on to the second hand market and, with no ... ...as the first application of the Strauss underhung bascule principle in the United Kingdom. The NCC took over the operation of the narrow gauge Ballyc...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : Vol. 13

By: United States Fish Commission

...COMMISSION, VOL. XIII, 1893 BULLETIN T OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION VOL. XIII, FOR 1893. MARSHALL, McDON... ...MISSION, VOL. XIII, 1893 BULLETIN T OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION VOL. XIII, FOR 1893. MARSHALL, McDONALD... ...ION, VOL. XIII, 1893 BULLETIN T OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION VOL. XIII, FOR 1893. MARSHALL, McDONALD, Co... ...NALD, Commissioner. WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 18 9 4. PREFACE The, World's Columbian Exposition was thecause of bringing'together repre... ...TING OFFICE. 18 9 4. PREFACE The, World's Columbian Exposition was thecause of bringing'together representa- tives of many departments ofhuman indust... ...ing-beds to deposit their spawn as nature intended they should, this mode in former years having been found amply sufficient to keep those great bodie... ...ong those of the present generation who, having never been familiar with the former prolificness and having never given thoughtful consideration to th... ... the rivers in favorable locations above low-water mark in Chatham and Bryan counties, were lined with " coon • oysters," which supplied the stock for... ...ness. The period of most rapid depletion of the grounds of Chatham and Bryan counties, which had formerly supplied the trade of Savannah, is therefore...

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Nógrád County (former)

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... Nógrád County Comitatus Neogradiensis County of the Kingdom of Hungary ... ... Nógrád County Comitatus Neogradiensis County of the Kingdom of Hungary ... ... Coat of arms ... ...tatus Neogradiensis, German: Neuburg or Neograd, Slovak: Novohrad) was an administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary. Its territory i... ...still used in Slovakia as an informal designation of the corresponding territory. The name is derived from the former Nógrád (Novohrad) castle in Hung... ... Map of Nógrád county In 1910, Nógrád county shared borders with the counties Hont, Zólyom (Zvolen), Gömör-K... ...tury, when the capital was Lučenec. History Nógrád was one of the first counties of the Kingdom of Hungary, fou... ... Nógrád merged with the Hungarian part of Hont county to form Nógrád-Hont county. Between 1939 and 1945 it was united with the occupied half of the Sl... ...upied half of the Slovak part of Nógrád county. Since 1950, the Hungarian part of Nógrád, with a small part of former Hont county added, forms the pre...

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Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission : 40 Part 1

By: United States Fish Commission

... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES BUREAU OF FISH... ... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES BUREAU OF FISHERI... ... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES BUREAU OF FISHERIES V... ...REAU OF FISHERIES VOL. XL 1924 IN TWO PARTS—PART I HENRY O'MALLEY COMMISSIONER PRICE, $2.00 (Buckram) Sold only by the Superintendent of Documents, Go... ...OL. XL 1924 IN TWO PARTS—PART I HENRY O'MALLEY COMMISSIONER PRICE, $2.00 (Buckram) Sold only by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing O... ...ely from them, while Prof. J. P. McMurrich has permitted the use of his unpublished plankton records. W. F. Clapp, formerly of the Museum of Comparati... ...s, lampreys were esteemed a great delicacy — historians tell us Henry I of England died of a surfeit of them — and formerly, when they were much more ... ...hubena- cadie River system from the sea yield an abundant harvest as they follow the shores of Annapolis and Kings Counties (the Annapolis River also ... ...too, along the coast of Maine, as illustrated by the following report of commercial catches from the several coast counties of that State in 1919: Cou...

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List of counties in Massachusetts

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... Location Commonwealth of Massachusetts Number ... ...ensus designated place This is a list of the 14 counties in Massachusetts. Massachusetts has abolished eight[1] o... ...us designated place This is a list of the 14 counties in Massachusetts. Massachusetts has abolished eight[1] of i... ...gnated place This is a list of the 14 counties in Massachusetts. Massachusetts has abolished eight[1] of its four... ...[1] of its fourteen county governments between 1997 and 2000, leaving five counties with county-level local government (Barnstable, Bristol, Dukes, No... ...nment.[2][3] Vestigial judicial and law enforcement districts still follow the old county boundaries in the counties where county-level government has... ... List of current counties 1 Former counties 2 See also 3 ... ... York until Massachusetts gained it in 1691 Formerly a part of Dukes County, New York until 1691, the land at one time ... ... List of United States counties and county equivalents ...

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Former Executive Director, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, The Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, 1974-1991 : Oral History Transcript/1997

By: Lurie, Brian, 1942; Jewish Community Federation Leadership Oral History Project; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office; Glaser, Eleanor; Feinstein, Wayne; Feldman, Jesse

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: FORMER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Author: BRIAN L. LURIE Language: English Subje... ...... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...as, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educator... ...a Jewish Community Federation Leadership Oral History Project Brian L. Lurie FORMER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, JEWISH COMMUNITY FEDERATION OF SAN FRANCISCO, ... ...EWISH COMMUNITY FEDERATION OF SAN FRANCISCO, THE PENINSULA, MARIN AND SONOMA COUNTIES, 1974-1991 With Introductions by Wayne Feinstein and Jesse Feldm... ...ewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, 1974-1991, an oral history conducted in 1991 by Eleanor K. Glas... ...bi, Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco, 1969-1972; assistant to executive, United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, 1972-1974; executive director, ...

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List of counties in Connecticut

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... Location State of Connecticut Number ... ...ensus designated place This is a list of counties in Connecticut. There are currently eight counties in the U.S. ... ...us designated place This is a list of counties in Connecticut. There are currently eight counties in the U.S. sta... ...s a list of counties in Connecticut. There are currently eight counties in the U.S. state of Connecticut. Four of them were created in 1666, during th... ...icut. Four of them were created in 1666, during the first consolidation of the colony of Connecticut from a number of smaller colonies. Two counties w... ...dation of the colony of Connecticut from a number of smaller colonies. Two counties were created during colonial times, and two counties, Middlesex an... ...ts of Hartford County and New London County Former county of Middlesex in the UK 7005165... ...;km2) Former counties Trumbull County, Ohio – The Co... ... List of United States counties and county equivalents ...

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Navigation Laws of the United States, 1915

By: United States. Laws, Statutes, Etc.; United States. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Navigation

... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU O* NAVIGATION ft. ur-s NAVIGATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES 1915 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OF... ... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU O* NAVIGATION ft. ur-s NAVIGATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES 1915 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFIC... ... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU O* NAVIGATION ft. ur-s NAVIGATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES 1915 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 19... ...:iMi.M'i;\T >! DOCI MK.NTS OOVKKNMKNT 1'UINTr-- ^AS!lIN<n<)N,I). C. AT $1 PER COPY LETTER OF SUBMITTAL. Dr.I'AllTMKNT (r CoMMKiM K, r>n:i-:.\f <>K XA... ...MKNT (r CoMMKiM K, r>n:i-:.\f <>K XA\ K:\TION, Washington^ />. #., Un 7.s' : .191 ~>. SIR: The edition of tlio Navigation Laws for 19ir> has been pre-... ...ctly interested in ves- sels, their officers, crews, passengers, and cargo. As in the five former editions, the effort has been made to include in thi... ...ge and bill of sale 40 44. Sale to alien 41 45. Loss of register 41 46. Failure to deliver former register 42 47. Cancellation of register 42 5 6 CON... ...t. Law- rence, Jefferson, and Lewis. North Carolina. South Carolina... Georgia. All of the counties of Oswego, Onelda, Onon- daga, Cayuga, Seneca, Way... ..., Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, Yates, Steu- ben, Orleans, Genesee, and Wyoming. All of the counties of Niagara, Erie, Catta- raugus, and Chautauqua. T...

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List of counties in Alabama

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...labama counties (clickable map) The Mississippi Territory, and later the Alabama Territory.[2] The territor... ... later the Alabama Territory.[2] The territorial assembly established some of the earliest county divisions that have survived to the present, includi... ...ter the Alabama Territory.[2] The territorial assembly established some of the earliest county divisions that have survived to the present, including ... ...ave survived to the present, including the earliest county formation, that of Washington County, created on June 4, 1800.[3] In 1814, the Treaty of Fo... ...the 22nd state in 1819.[4] The Alabama state legislature formed additional counties from former native lands as the Indian Removal Act took effect and... ... in 1819.[4] The Alabama state legislature formed additional counties from former native lands as the Indian Removal Act took effect and settlers popu... ... settlers populated different areas of Alabama.[5] In 1820, Alabama had 29 counties. By 1830 there were 36 and Native Americans still occupied large a... ... The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) code, used by the United States government to uniquely identify counties, is provided with ea... ... 1 Counties 2 Former county names 3 Former counties ...

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Message from the President of the United States

By: United States. Attorney General

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE UNITED STATES, 1822 Title: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UN... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE UNITED STATES, 1822 Title: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITE... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE UNITED STATES, 1822 Title: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED ST... ...... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...For example, in the case of a seizure made in the Indian country, where no counties were yet organized, and where there were no overseers of the poor;... ...a, of the year 179b, entitled « to organize the militia in the several new counties pi this state; by the third section of which it is enacted, « That... ... exhibited in support of the charge. This affida- vit is subsequent to the former; and the witness here complains that the magistrates, on the former ... ...ve been fictitious. The affidavit is not sub- stantially valiant from that formerly presented from the same witness. I have thus endeavored to extract...

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List of counties in Delaware

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...Delaware counties The United States state of Delaware has only three counties: New Castle, Ke... ...Delaware counties The United States state of Delaware has only three counties: New Castle, Kent, ... ...ware counties The United States state of Delaware has only three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.[1] The o... ... The United States state of Delaware has only three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.[1] The origin of the county boundar... ...tate of Delaware has only three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.[1] The origin of the county boundaries goes back to former court districts. Th... ...aware has only three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.[1] The origin of the county boundaries goes back to former court districts. The powers of... ...tle, Kent, and Sussex.[1] The origin of the county boundaries goes back to former court districts. The powers of the counties' legislative bodies are ... ...e county boundaries goes back to former court districts. The powers of the counties' legislative bodies are limited to issues such as zoning and devel... ...me the county seat of Deale, which was later renamed Sussex County.[6] The former Upland District was named after the New Sweden settlement of Upland,...

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The military laws of the United States

By: United States; Porter, John Biddle, 1858-1915; Davis, George B. (George Breckenridge), 1847-1914

... LIBRARY OF THE ' UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. OF Class WAR DEPARTMENT : : OFFICE OF THE JUDGE A... ...E ' UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. OF Class WAR DEPARTMENT : : OFFICE OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL THE MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Fourth ... ... WAR DEPARTMENT : : OFFICE OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL THE MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Fourth Edition, 1901 Prepared under the direction of... ...DEPARTMENT : : OFFICE OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL THE MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Fourth Edition, 1901 Prepared under the direction of The Ho... ...L THE MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES Fourth Edition, 1901 Prepared under the direction of The Honorable ELIHU ROOT, Secretary of War By Brigadier ... ... Constitution, and are, in part, imposed by statute. In the execution of the former they act as the repre- sentatives of the President, to whom they a... ...ause, in brief, that rendered such serv- ice necessary; and theamount of all former appropriations in each case on hand, either in the Treasury or in ... ...admitted MILITARY LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. 409 1097. Cuivre River, in the counties of Lincoln and Saint Charles, in the State of Missouri, being th... ...n them to their respec- ^d 864 '^-. 9 ^ 8- 7> tive townships, districts, and counties; and the officers s ^ 1 ^ 2 ?'^ 8 ^' c ' appointed shall hold th...

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List of counties in Arkansas

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... CH There are 75 counties in the U.S. state of Arkansas.[1] Arkansas is tied with Mississipp... ... CH There are 75 counties in the U.S. state of Arkansas.[1] Arkansas is tied with Mississippi for the mo... ... There are 75 counties in the U.S. state of Arkansas.[1] Arkansas is tied with Mississippi for the most counties wit... ... U.S. state of Arkansas.[1] Arkansas is tied with Mississippi for the most counties with two county seats, at ten. ... ... 1 Counties 2 Former counties in Arkansas 2.1 L... ... (Eastern Arkansas) A variant pronunciation of the Quapaw Native American people 7004190... ...astern Arkansas) A variant pronunciation of the Quapaw Native American people 7004190190... ... John C. Calhoun (1782–1850), 7th Vice President of the United States and a Senator from South Carolina ... ...73 Bradley, Dallas, Jefferson counties, and formerly named Dorsey County (from 1885) Gro...

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Navigation laws of the United States, 1915

By: United States. Laws, statutes, etc; United States. Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of Navigation

... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU O* NAVIGATION ft. ur-s NAVIGATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES 1915 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OF... ... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU O* NAVIGATION ft. ur-s NAVIGATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES 1915 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFIC... ... DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU O* NAVIGATION ft. ur-s NAVIGATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES 1915 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 19... ...:iMi.M'i;\T >! DOCI MK.NTS OOVKKNMKNT 1'UINTr-- ^AS!lIN<n<)N,I). C. AT $1 PER COPY LETTER OF SUBMITTAL. Dr.I'AllTMKNT (r CoMMKiM K, r>n:i-:.\f <>K XA... ...MKNT (r CoMMKiM K, r>n:i-:.\f <>K XA\ K:\TION, Washington^ />. #., Un 7.s' : .191 ~>. SIR: The edition of tlio Navigation Laws for 19ir> has been pre-... ...ctly interested in ves- sels, their officers, crews, passengers, and cargo. As in the five former editions, the effort has been made to include in thi... ...ge and bill of sale 40 44. Sale to alien 41 45. Loss of register 41 46. Failure to deliver former register 42 47. Cancellation of register 42 5 6 CON... ...t. Law- rence, Jefferson, and Lewis. North Carolina. South Carolina... Georgia. All of the counties of Oswego, Onelda, Onon- daga, Cayuga, Seneca, Way... ..., Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, Yates, Steu- ben, Orleans, Genesee, and Wyoming. All of the counties of Niagara, Erie, Catta- raugus, and Chautauqua. T...

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List of counties in Arizona

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... Location State of Arizona Number ... ... There are 15 Arizona Territory in 1862. The now defunct Pah-Ute County was split from Mohave County in 1865, but me... ...ty in 1865, but merged back in 1871. All but La Paz County were created by the time Arizona was granted statehood in 1912.[2] The ... ...me Arizona was granted statehood in 1912.[2] The names of many of the counties pay tribute to the state's Native American heritage... ...granted statehood in 1912.[2] The names of many of the counties pay tribute to the state's Native American heritage. Nine of the f... ...s pay tribute to the state's Native American heritage. Nine of the fifteen counties are named after various native groups that are resident in parts o... ... Yavapai County Coconino is a former designation for the Havasupai, Hualapai, and/or Yavapai, derived fro... ... — Yuma is a former name of the Quechan people, derived from the O'odham exonym Yumĭ. ... ... List of United States counties and county equivalents ...

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Industrial Education in the United States : A Special Report

By: United States. Bureau of Education

...INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION by THE U. S. BUREAU OF EDUCATION Classic Literature Collection World P... ...INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION by THE U. S. BUREAU OF EDUCATION Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org... ...UCATION Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IN THE UNITED STATES Title: INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES Aut... ...ION Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IN THE UNITED STATES Title: INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES Author:... ... Title: INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES Author: THE U. S. BUREAU OF EDUCATION Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: Wo... ...y either of the Gewer- beschule or the Kealgymnasium. The student from the former school has carefully studied his mother tongue ; mathematics, includ... ...f machinery does, indeed, enable rude laborers to do many things now which formerly could be done only by dexterous workmen, yet, after making allowan... ...ition to 600 bene- ficiaries and 400 normal students sent from the various counties according to population. Not more than one third of these appointm... ...ot more than one third of these appointments are claimed by the respective counties. Our graduates do not exceed eight or ten annually. They take gene...

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List of counties in Mississippi

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... TI There are 82 counties in the U.S. state of Mississippi. Mississippi'... ... TI There are 82 counties in the U.S. state of Mississippi. Mississippi's postal abb... ... There are 82 counties in the U.S. state of Mississippi. Mississippi's postal abbreviation is MS... ...hez 1799 One of two original counties John Adams, second ... ... 1799 One of two original counties John Adams, second U.S. President ... ...s Charles Carroll, last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence 700410597000... ... Formed from Chickasaw, Lowndes, Monroe and Oktibbeha Counties (formerly (Colfax County) Henry Clay, U.S. Se... ... 1799 One of two original Counties (formerly Pickering) Thomas Jefferson, third ... ... Lucius Q. C. Lamar, U.S. Senator from Mississippi and United States Secretary of the Interior 7004...

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