Richard Realf

Richard Realf Richard Realf (born 14 June 1832 in Framfield, East Sussex, England – died 28 October 1878 in Oakland, California) was a poet who lived in many places throughout the United States, and whose work was informed by these travels.Contents 1 Early success 2 Travels in the U.S. 3 Suicide 4 SourcesEarly success[edit] At the age of fifteen he began to write verses, and two years later he became amanuensis to a lady in Brighton. A traveling lecturer on phrenology recited some of young Realf’s poems, as illustrations of ideality, and thereupon several literary people in Brighton sought him out and encouraged him. Under their patronage a collection of his poems was published, entitled “Guesses at the Beautiful” (London, 1852). Realf spent a year in Leicestershire, studying scientific agriculture, and in 1854 came to the United States. Travels in the U.S.[edit] After arriving in the U.S., Realf explored the slums of New York City, became a Five Points Missionary, and assisted in establishing there a course of cheap lectures and a self-improvement association. In 1856 he accompanied a party of free-state emigrants to Kansas, where he became a journalist and correspondent of several eastern newspapers. He made the acquaintance of John Brown, accompanied him to Canada, and was to be secretary of state in the provisional government that Brown projected. The movement being deferred for two years, Realf made a visit to England and a tour in the southern states. When Brown made his attempt at Harpers Ferry in October 1859, he was in Texas, where he was arrested and sent to Washington, D.C., being in imminent danger of lynching on the way. Early in 1862 he enlisted in the 88th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment, with which he served through the American Civil War. Some of his best lyrics were written in the field, and were widely circulated. After the war he was commissioned in a colored regiment, and in 1866 was mustered out with the rank of Captain and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel. In 1868 he established a school for freedmen in South Carolina, and a year later was made assessor of internal revenue for Edgefield district. He resigned this office in 1870, returned to the North and became a journalist and lecturer, residing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was an editorial writer for the Pittsburgh Commercial newspaper from 1870 to 1876.[1] In 1873, he delivered a poem before the Society of the Army of the Cumberland and in 1874 wrote one for the S. thanks wikipedia.

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Park Hotel and Cabins

Park Hotel and Cabins U.S. National Register of Historic PlacesShow map of Michigan Show map of USA Location 11137 County Road LLK, Republic, Michigan Coordinates 46°24′28″N 87°58′53″W / 46.40778°N 87.98139°W / 46.40778; -87.98139Coordinates: 46°24′28″N 87°58′53″W / 46.40778°N 87.98139°W / 46.40778; -87.98139 Area 15 acres (6.1 ha) Built 1946 (1946) Built by John Consul NRHP Reference # 13000668[1] Added to NRHP September 4, 2013 The Park Hotel and Cabins is a hotel complex located at 11137 County Road LLK in Republic, Michigan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.[1] History[edit] John Consul was born in Crete in 1887; when he was 19, he immigrated to the United States and settled in New York City.[2] There he learned the trade of chef, and was then recruited to be a chef in other locations, first at Mackinac Island and then at the Douglass House in Houghton, Michigan. In Houghton, he met and married Esther Byttalla, a native of Republic. The Consuls soon moved to Chicago, where John Consul worked to start up a new restaurant for a prominent hotel chain. As the chain started hotels in various locations, the Consuls moved around the country, saving money with the intention of starting their own restaurant.[2] However, the Great Depression intervened, wiping out the Consuls’ savings. In 1930, they moved to Esther’s hometown of Republic, and opened the Highway Lunch Restaurant on a shoestring. At that time, M-95 ran through Republic, and the restaurant was visible from the highway. When Prohibition was repealed, the Consuls changed the restaurant’s name to the Pine Grove and then began a bar and night club. In 1939 they moved across the highway to a location near the Michigamme River.[2] In 1941, John Consul’s brother-in-law, Herbert F. Anderson, deeded him the land near the Michigamme River that the hotel now stands on. Consul began work on improving the property, and in 1943 started building the hotel. The Park Hotel opened in 1946, although some of the cabins had not yet been competed. The Consuls asked their daughter Marcella and her husband Albert Schrader to run the hotel; the Schraders moved into the first floor of the hotel. John Consul continued working on constructing more cabins and a house on the property; however, construction stopped when he died in December 1948 at the age of 61. The Schraders co. thanks wikipedia.

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Alejandro Carmona

Alejandro CarmonaNo. 25 – Soles de Santo Domingo Este Position Forward League Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Personal information Born (1983-06-14)June 14, 1983 Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Nationality Puerto Rican Listed height 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) Listed weight 220 lb (100 kg) Career information High school Troy (Troy, Ohio) Playing career 2005–presentAlejandro “Bimbo” Carmona (born June 14, 1983) is a Puerto Rican professional basketball player who currently plays for Soles de Santo Domingo Este of the Liga Nacional de Baloncesto (LNB). Carmona has played with the Fort Worth Flyers of the NBA Development League and the Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN) with Carolina Giants, Vaqueros de Bayamón and the Taínos de Mayagüez. Carmona participated in 2005 pre-season training camp of the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association. Carmona has played internationally with Fuerza Regia from Mexico. Carmona is a member of the Puerto Rico national basketball team since 2006. Biography[edit] He has is often confused with Alejandro Carmona aka Ali Baba. The two are separate characters. Carmona attended Troy High School (OH) from 1999-2001 where he played basketball for two seasons before being ruled ineligible by the Ohio High School Athletic Association. During his time in Troy, Carmona verbally committed to play college basketball at the University of Memphis and later at the University of Dayton. Carmona has played in the National Superior Basketball League of Puerto Rico since 2001. Carmona won Rookie of the Year in 2002 for National Superior Basketball League of Puerto Rico. In 2005 Carmona was invited to the Detroit Pistons Pre-Season Training Camp and was later allocated to the Fort Worth Flyers of the NBDL. In 2006, Carmona played with Fuerza Regia from Mexico, (LNBP league). Has set the record for most points in a game, with Fuerza Regia, with 49, against Durango (on October 13), LNBP League. Carmona has been a member of the Puerto Rican National Basketball Team in 2006, participating in the Central American and Caribbean Games earning the Gold Medal. During summer of 2007, Carmona represented Puerto Rico as a member of the Puerto Rican National Basketball Team during the 2007 Pan-American Games winning the Silver Medal. Career stats[edit] Carmona’s NBDL stats in 7 games are 17 points with a 2.4 PPG, 3 assists with a 0.4 APG, 11 rebounds with a 1.6 RPG, 2 steals with a 0.3 SPG, .308 field goal. thanks wikipedia.

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Western New York and Pennsylvania Railway (1895–1955)

Western New York & Pennsylvania Railway WNY&P System Map circa 1900Locale Emporium, Pennsylvania and Mahoningtown, Pennsylvania to Buffalo, New York and Rochester, New York Dates of operation 1895–1955 Predecessor Western New York Railway and Northwestern Pennsylvania Railway Successor Penndel Company Track gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge Length 586.145 miles (943.309 km) Headquarters Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Western New York and Pennsylvania Railway was a railroad in the U.S. states of New York and Pennsylvania. Incorporated in 1887 as the Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad from the reorganization of the Buffalo, New York, and Philadelphia,[1] and reorganized in 1895 as the Western New York and Pennsylvania Railway, it was acquired and leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1900 [2][3] and merged into the Penndel Company in 1955. Destroyed in 1968 in the name of Rochester’s urban renewal, this station served first the WNY&PRR and then the Pennsy. The route the line followed from Emporium, Pennsylvania across the state line to Olean, Hinsdale, Cuba, Belfast, and Rochester was laid, from Belfast north, on the bed of the abandoned Genesee Valley Canal. A house of Italianate design was purchased on Main Street West at Trowbridge Street and converted into the Rochester station.[4] The 1895 to 1899 period saw revenue inadequate to pay the bond interest, and this was contemporaneous with the Pennsylvania’s need to expand into western New York. Moreover, this expansion did not raise competitive issues with the Pennsy’s principal rival, the New York Central. Thus, on 1 August 1900, the WNY&PRY signed an agreement with the PRR under which the latter operated the former. Although the WNY&PRY did not generate much profit in this arrangement,[5] it did improve matters for the Allegheny Valley and the Philadelphia and Erie roads, so the net result was satisfactory to the Pennsylvania.[6] Eventually, the Western New York and Pennsylvania Railway became the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Buffalo and Allegheny Valley Division. (In a minor historical anomaly, note might be taken of the date of the small branch from Scottsville to Garbutt. While the route map clearly shows this line in 1900, other sources equally unambiguously date it to the summer of 1907.[7] The branch was abandoned in 1944;[8] no trace of it remains today. The Pennsy station has disappeared – even photog. thanks wikipedia.

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Tonga A national rugby union team

Tonga A Union Tonga Rugby Football Union Nickname(s) ʻIkale Tahi Emblem(s) The White Dove Ground(s) Lawaqa Park, Sigatoka Team kitTonga A is a national representative rugby union team of the Tongan rugby union. It is the second-tier side to the Tonga national rugby union team. Tonga A competes in the Pacific Rugby Cup against teams such as Samoa A, Fiji Warriors, and Argentina’s Pampas XV.[1][2]Contents 1 International matches 2 Record2.1 Season standings 3 References 4 External linksBetween 2006 and 2010, Tonga was represented by two teams at the Pacific Rugby Cup; Tau’uta Reds and Tautahi Gold. In 2010, Tonga A played three matches against other national A teams as an invited side to the Americas Rugby Championship. Earlier in that year Tonga A also played two matches against Fiji Warriors in the first Punjas Series. The Tongans had one win and one loss but lost the series on aggregate scores.[3] This result was repeated in the second (and concluding) Punjas Series in 2011.[4] The Pacific Rugby Cup was reorganised in 2011, and has since been mainly contested by national ‘A’ teams. The Tonga A side became the sole Tongan representative in the PRC from then on. International matches[edit] Matches against national teams or national ‘A” teams up to and including 2014 Pacific Rugby Cup: 16-04-2010 (PS)  Fiji Warriors 12–27 Tonga A National Stadium, Suva 23-04-2010 (PS)  Fiji Warriors 21–3 Tonga A Churchill Park, Lautoka 05-10-2010 (ARC) Tonga A 6–17 USA Select XV  Estadio Olímpico Chateau Carreras 10-10-2010 (ARC) Tonga A 16–32 Canada Selects Estadio Olímpico Chateau Carreras 15-10-2010 (ARC)  Argentina XV 28–10 Tonga A Estadio Olímpico Chateau Carreras 19-03-2011 (PRC)  Fiji Warriors 21–14 Tonga A Churchill Park, Lautoka 22-03-2011 (PRC) Samoa A 12–23 Fiji Warriors  Churchill Park, Lautoka 13-08-2011 (PS)  Fiji Warriors 27–12 Tonga A Churchill Park, Lautoka 19-08-2011 (PS)  Fiji Warriors 30–32 Tonga A Churchill Park, Lautoka 11-10-2012 (PRC) Samoa A 18–20 Tonga A Teufaiva Stadium, Nuku’alofa 19-10-2012 (PRC) Tonga A 16–25 Fiji Warriors Teufaiva Stadium, Nuku’alofa 04-03-2014 (PRC) Samoa A 27–18 Tonga A TG Milner Field, Sydney 19-03-2014 (PRC) Pampas XV 47–20 Tonga A Royal Military College, Canberra Record[edit] Season standings[ed. thanks wikipedia.

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Linie 3

Britta Fogsgaards first picture of the show group From The 2012 show Linie 3 is a Danish musical comedy act comprising Preben Kristensen, Thomas Eje and Anders Bircow. The trio first performed in Århus in 1979 and released their first comedy LP in 1980.[1] For their 30th anniversary in 2009, the group released a seven-DVD box.[2] Discography and Videography[edit]Show for sjov 1979 TV i Teltet 1980 VHS, reissued DVD Nej, den anden 1981 LP Da Jazzen Kom Til Byen 1982 Hvem Hvad Hvoffor og Hvo’n 1982 LP Borte med Vesten 1983 LP and MC 3 mand klædt af til skindet 1986 LP, MC and reissued 2012 on DVD 10 års jubilæumsshow 1989 MC, LP and CD, VHS, reissued on DVD Skibet i Skilteskoven 1992 CD, DVD Hvor er de 2 andre? 1993 CD, DVD and VHS Linie 3 show ’97 1997 CD, DVD Rundrejsen 2001 (2001 Tour) CD, DVD 25 års jubilæumsshow 2004 DVD 30 års jubilæums 2009 no new show – DVD repackaging Linie 3 LIVE 2012References[edit] ^ Billboard – 25 July 1981 Vol. 93, n° 29 “Scandinavia.. sales locally for singer-comedian Eddie i Skoller, signed to the Tuba Records label, plus the trio Linie 3. also Tuba.” ^ Linie 3 – 30 Year Anniversary 7DVD box External links[edit]Linie 3’s website (Danish). thanks wikipedia.

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Manpur Mainapokhar

Mainapokhar मैनापोखर Village development committeeMainapokharLocation in Nepal Coordinates: 28°11′N 81°29′E / 28.19°N 81.48°E / 28.19; 81.48Coordinates: 28°11′N 81°29′E / 28.19°N 81.48°E / 28.19; 81.48 Country    Nepal Zone Bheri Zone District Bardiya Population (2016)  • Total 20,000 Time zone Nepal Time (UTC+5:45) Area code(s) 084 Website www.mainapokhar.com Mainapokhar is a Very Beautiful Place village development committee in Bardiya District in the Bheri Zone of south-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 6,841 and had 951 houses in the town.Now it reaches to nearly 20000 in 2016. It is nearly 20 km far from nepalgunj.It is near to local Indian Market Balegaun, Where Can be reached 5 km from Maiapokhar through Local Place Called Ranipur & Padariya. Contents 1 Religion 2 Educational Institution 3 Nearby Place 4 ReferencesReligion[edit] There are Mostly Hindu People. They are Greater in Number than other (Muslim). Educational Institution[edit] 1.Shree Shardha Higher Secondary School 2.Bardiya Academy & Polytechnical Research Center, Tilkana 3.River Queens School, Tilkana 4. Krishnasar Vidhya Niketan 5. Suvakamana Academy Nearby Place[edit] 1. Nepalgunj 20 km 2. Bansgadi 10 km 3. Gulariya 18 km [1]References[edit]^ “Nepal Census 2001”. Nepal’s Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Retrieved 2008-08-31. v t e Bardiya DistrictHeadquarter: GulariyaBadalpur, Nepal Baganaha Baniyabhar Belawa Deudakala Dhadhawar Dhodhari Gola Gulariya Municipality Jamuni Kalika Khairapur Khairi Chandanpur Magaragadi Mahamadpur Manau Manpur Mainapokhar Mathurahardwar Motipur Neulapur Padanaha Pashupatinagar Patabhar Rajapur Municipality Sanesri Sivapur Sorhawa Suryapatawa Taratal ThakudwaraThis Bheri Zone location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Jean-Marie Perrot

The abbé Jean-Marie Perrot, in Breton Yann Vari Perrot (September 3, 1877 in Plouarzel, Finistère – December 12, 1943 in Scrignac), was a Breton priest, Breton independentist and collaborator assassinated by the communist resistance. He was the founder of the Breton Catholic movement Bleun-Brug.Contents 1 Early life 2 Activism for the Breton language 3 World War II 4 Assassination 5 Exploitation of his Memory 6 Legacy 7 Citations 8 Publications 9 See also 10 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Perrot was raised in a provincial Breton-speaking family. After studying at the Institut des Frères des Écoles in Guingamp in 1889, he expressed a desire to become a priest. He left to study humanities at the Pont-Croix Youth Seminary. He spent one year in Brest with the 19th infantry regiment, then enrolled in the Quimper Seminary. He became vicar of Saint-Vougay in 1904, where he undertook the patronage of Paotred Sant-Nouga, where he formed study circles, a choir, and a theatre troupe for the local youth. He is the uncle of Louis Lalouer. Activism for the Breton language[edit] Perrot founded Bleun-Brug (Heather Flower) in 1905, which soon absorbed the magazine Feiz ha Breiz (Faith and Brittany), which he edited after 1911. The aims of the organisation were:to promote the Breton ideal in all three intellectual, political and economic arenas. to contribute, as Catholics, to the return of Brittany to the full exercise of its traditional faith.He was named vicar of Saint-Thégonnec in March 1914. On the outbreak of war he was called up at Lesneven on August 5, but he asked to leave to volunteer for the Groupe des Brancardiers Divisionnaires. He was decorated after World War I. After 1910, he played an important role in the Emsav, the Breton nationalist movement. In 1920, he was named vicar of Plouguerneau. In 1922 Yves Floc’h, the future painter worked as his parson. Perrot patronised Michel Le Noblez and organised theatrical performances. Yves Floc’h painted the scenery for a play, and his gifts were noticed by the vicar. From 1932, Perrot’s secretary was Herry Caouissin. Perrot wrote countless articles and plays expressing his ideology, most notably in Feiz ha Breiz. He was initially stationed in a conservative Saint-Vougay parish, but was transferred to the more leftist area of Scrignac in 1930 by the episcopal hierarchy, who disliked his political activities. On July 8, 1941, he became part of the group of writers who adopted a unified orthography of th. thanks wikipedia.

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Wiederkehr Village, Arkansas

Wiederkehr Village, Arkansas CityLocation in Franklin County and the state of Arkansas Coordinates: 35°28′32″N 93°45′27″W / 35.47556°N 93.75750°W / 35.47556; -93.75750Coordinates: 35°28′32″N 93°45′27″W / 35.47556°N 93.75750°W / 35.47556; -93.75750 Country United States State Arkansas County Franklin Area  • Total 4.0 sq mi (10.4 km2)  • Land 4.0 sq mi (10.3 km2)  • Water 0.04 sq mi (0.1 km2) Elevation 541 ft (165 m) Population (2010)  • Total 38  • Density 10/sq mi (3.7/km2) Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)  • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5) ZIP code 72821 Area code(s) 479 FIPS code 05-75570 GNIS feature ID 0079174 Wiederkehr Village is a city in Franklin County, Arkansas, United States. It is part of the Fort Smith, Arkansas-Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 38 at the 2010 census.[1] Geography[edit] Wiederkehr Village is located in eastern Franklin County at 35°28′32″N 93°45′27″W / 35.47556°N 93.75750°W / 35.47556; -93.75750 (35.475417, -93.757502),[2] north of Altus and 4 miles (6 km) east of Ozark. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.0 square miles (10.4 km2), of which 4.0 square miles (10.3 km2) is land and 0.04 square miles (0.1 km2), or 1.15%, is water.[1] Demographics[edit] Historical population Census Pop.%± 1980 71— 1990 42−40.8% 2000 469.5% 2010 38−17.4% Est. 2015 37 [3] −2.6%U.S. Decennial Census[4]As of the census[5] of 2000, there were 46 people, 24 households, and 13 families residing in the city. The population density was 11.3 people per square mile (4.4/km²). There were 27 housing units at an average density of 6.6/sq mi (2.6/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 95.65% White, 2.17% Native American and 2.17% Asian. There were 24 households out of which 16.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 41.7% were married couples living together, 4.2% had a female householder with no husband present, and 45.8% were non-families. 37.5% of all households were made up of individuals and 29.2% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 1.92 and the average family size was 2.54. In the city the population was spread out with 15.2%. thanks wikipedia.

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Halveh, West Azerbaijan

Halveh حلوه villageHalveh Coordinates: 36°15′05″N 45°28′14″E / 36.25139°N 45.47056°E / 36.25139; 45.47056Coordinates: 36°15′05″N 45°28′14″E / 36.25139°N 45.47056°E / 36.25139; 45.47056 Country  Iran Province West Azerbaijan County Sardasht Bakhsh Vazineh Rural District Melkari Population (2006)  • Total 409 Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)  • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30) Halveh (Persian: حلوه‎‎, also Romanized as Ḩalveh)[1] is a village in Melkari Rural District, Vazineh District, Sardasht County, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 409, in 57 families.[2] References[edit] ^ Halveh can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at this link, by opening the Advanced Search box, entering “-3849457” in the “Unique Feature Id” form, and clicking on “Search Database”. ^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11.  v t eSardasht County CapitalSardasht Districts Central CitiesRabat Sardasht Rural Districts and villages AlanAlman Ashkan-e Olya Ashkan-e Sofla Baltan Banaveh Bardan Bitush Boshkeh Degeh Dinaran Dul-e Alan Duleh Dulkan Dulmir Eslamabad Garmab-e Olya Garmab-e Sofla Gartak Garvis Gavazleh Gel-e Espid Harzeneh Kakusan Kavzhan Khvareh Mir Margan Margaseh Mavanda Mazanabad Mazraeh Rajakeh Rashkan-e Olya Rashkan-e Sofla Razgah Sanjuh Sheykheh Sur Shirani Tit-e Olya Tit-e Sofla Zardeh Kani-ye Olya BaryajiAbbasabad Asb Mirza Banu Khalaf Banui Bardeh Sepian Bari Ashi Baskeh Rut Baveh Beran Boyuran-e Olya Boyuran-e Sofla Chaki Chapar Dowli Khanvan Dulehbi Duleh-ye Garm Ebrahim Bur Faqer Khadariyan Faqir Soleyman Galineh-ye Bozorg Galineh-ye Kuchak Gerdmareshk Golkanak Gulan-e Olya Gulan-e Sofla Havar Soleyman Kaneh Mashkeh Kani Rash Kani Siv Kani Zard Khareh-ye Aghlan Khareh-ye Chaki Kifarabad Kohneh Zuran Kulakun Kulkeh Rash-e Olya Kulkeh Rash-e Sofla Kur Bonav Mamehvat Maraghan Mir Sheykh Heydar Molla Sheykh Morad Nashgulan Now Namam Nowkan Qaleh Rash Qazan Quleh Savir Rasheh Hormeh Salkatan Sandulan Sarchaveh Sarchaveh Seh Vatal Shalehsiv Shameh Sheykheh Shibaneh Sureh Chum Tarshian Tuveh Vardeh Vashmazin Zhazhukeh Zuran Bask-e KulesehBagh Banehzir Bask-e Do Basreh Benavileh-ye Bozorg Benavileh-ye Kuchak Berisu Darmarjan Darneshan Darsavin Das. thanks wikipedia.

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