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At Camp Taylor in Kentucky a barracks was built in an hour and a half from timber that had been standing in Mississippi forests one week before.
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At Camp Douglas in Chicago, Illinois, 10 % of its Confederate prisoners died during one cold winter month ; and Elmira Prison in New York state, with a death rate of 25 %, very nearly equalled that of Andersonville.
** WWII: At Camp Hood, Texas, future baseball star and 1st Lt. Jackie Robinson is arrested and later court-martialed for refusing to move to the back of a segregated U. S. Army bus.
At its peak strength in 1945, Camp Detrick had 240 officers and 1, 530 enlisted personnel including WAACs.
At the same time, the government procured a similar-sized tract west of the San Diego highway that bordered the base and established Camp Haan as an anti-aircraft artillery training facility.
At Pack ’ s suggestion, Papst used the name “ Bad Axe Camp ” in the minutes of the survey and on a sign he placed along the main trail.
; September 18, 1978: At Camp David, near Washington D. C., Israel and Egypt sign a comprehensive peace treaty, The Camp David Accord, which included the withdrawal of Israel from the Sinai.
At Camp Angel in Oregon, a camp for conscientious objectors, he was a founder of the Untide Press, which sought to bring poetry to the public in an inexpensive but attractive format.
At the early levels, Camp Fire leaders help youth choose activities and guide them in earning the recognition items.
At one time or another, Muñiz also owned a restaurant ( La Campana ) in Cayey ), a pet shop in San Juan, a zoo ( Monoloro ) in Carolina, a thoroughbred stable, and a summer camp for children (" Camp Gualí ").
At Camp David, the Palestinians maintained their traditional demand that the right of return be implemented.
At age thirteen, Ruth acted as the " camp rabbi " at a Jewish summer program at Camp Che-Na-Wah in Minerva, New York .< ref >
* At the 1882 rules meeting, Walter Camp proposes that a team be required to advance the ball a minimum of five yards within three downs.
At the same time, he had to report for duty with the U. S. Army Medical Corps at Camp Crane in Pennsylvania.
At the close of the encampment, while the ministers were on their knees in prayer, they formed the National Camp Meeting Association for the Promotion of Holiness, and agreed to conduct a similar gathering the next year.
At about 6: 30 pm on 22 February, Enrile and Ramos held a press conference at Camp Aguinaldo, where they announced that they had resigned from their positions in Marcos's cabinet and were withdrawing support from his government.
At nearby Camp Robinson, a hastily organized Task Force 153rd Infantry drew guardsmen from units all over the state.
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* In the 1990 film Men At Work, Charlie Sheen's character, Carl Taylor, claims to be a Phrenologist in an attempt to both impress and deceive Leslie Hope's character, Susan Wilkins.
At 6 ′ 3 ″ and 245 pounds, Taylor was big enough to break through the offensive lines of many teams, but he still had enough speed to chase down running backs.
At the end of 2004, May and Taylor announced that they would reunite and return to touring in 2005 with Paul Rodgers ( founder and former lead singer of Free and Bad Company ).
At a party, he met a pregnant Elizabeth Taylor ( then married to Michael Wilding ) whose first impression of Burton was that " he was rather full of himself.
" At the time Taylor was harboring Al Qaeda operatives who were funding their operations through the illegal diamond trade.
At The Beatles ' 1988 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, George Harrison at one point stated that there were only two " fifth Beatles ": Derek Taylor and Neil Aspinall ( referring to the Beatles ' public relations manager and road manager-turned-business-executive, respectively ).
At this stage, Taylor and his staff in Saigon thought highly of Thiệu, Có and Cang as possible replacements for Khánh.
At MGM, Robert Taylor and Keenan Wynn were reported to be penciled in for the film, along with Van Johnson and John Hodiak, and the project was budgeted at $ 2 million.
At this time, Taylor was a central figure in a pay dispute between the players and the ACB, with a strike action threatened by the players.
At the end of the day's play, Taylor was encouraged by the media, the public and his teammates to attempt to break Brian Lara's world record score of 375.
At that time, in an interview with Harvest Rock Syndicate, Taylor explained that the plan was to "( open ) the Eddies up to even more artists, sort of make the Eddies this conglomerate of different people that I've always wanted to work with, and have a lot of song-writing teams involved and different lead singers.
At the base, Taylor attempts to talk his group into retaliation when a drunken Barnes enters the room and taunts them.
At an annual meeting in 1895, Library Trustees considered the question of obtaining a library building and Eugene V. Connett's offer of a library site on the corner of Scotland Road and Taylor Place, with condition that $ 7, 500 be subscribed, was accepted and the subscription was met.
At high the Luray Singing Tower contains a carillon of 47 bells from John Taylor & Co of Loughborough, Leicestershire, Great Britain.
At the time Taylor was widely attacked by many other historians for endorsing what was considered to be a self-evident perversion of established historical facts.
At this point new Stoke manager Frank Taylor enquired as to whether he might bring Matthews back to the club ; all parties agreed to the idea in principle until Joe Smith put his foot down to ensure he stayed, with an inspirational speech he promised Matthews that an FA Cup winners medal was still possible, telling him that " a lot of people think I'm mad, but even though you're 37, I believe your best football is still to come.
At the conclusion of the tour, the Australian Cricket Board interviewed Waugh, along with David Boon, Mark Taylor and Ian Healy to discern their opinions on the direction of the team after the impending retirement of Allan Border as captain.
At the radio station Taylor intervenes on his behalf, ordering Hauk to reinstate him, but Cronauer refuses to go back to work when Garlick brings him the news.
At Oxford, William Chillingworth was then busy with his magnum opus, The Religion of Protestants, and it is possible that through his discussions with Chillingworth that Taylor may have been turned towards the liberal movement of his age.
At the instance of the Irish bishops Taylor undertook his last great work, the Dissuasive from Popery ( in two parts, 1664 and 1667 ), but, as he himself seemed partly conscious, he might have more effectually gained his end by adopting the methods of Ussher and William Bedell, and inducing his clergy to acquire the Irish language.
At Buena Vista, Gen. Zachary Taylor reported that " the services of the light artillery, always conspicuous, were more than unusually distinguished " during the battle.
At competitions arranged by Gervase Elwes in 1905-06, several folk singers from the surrounding area — including Joseph Taylor and George Gouldthorpe — sang for the composer Percy Grainger songs such as Brigg Fair and Lisbon.
At the end of 1857, Orsini briefly visited England, where he contacted gunsmith Joseph Taylor and asked him to make six copies of a bomb of Orsini's own design ; it would explode on impact and used fulminate of mercury as an explosive.