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From the American Civil War until World War II, Alabama, like many Southern states, suffered economic hardship, in part because of continued dependence on agriculture.
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From the point of view of popularity the best-known member of the Commission was Walter Camp, the Yale athlete whose sobriquet was `` the father of American football ''.
From all this we can now see that two streams of development run through the history of twentieth-century American folklore.
The American part of the evening consisted of Paul Creston's Dance Overture, William Schuman's `` Chester '' From `` New England Triptych '' and two works of Wallingford Riegger, Dance Rhythms, Op. 58, and a Romanza For Strings, Op. 56A.
From its beginnings in the early 19th century through the early 20th century, anthropology in the United States was influenced by the presence of Native American societies.
" From sea to shining sea " is an American idiom meaning from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean ( or vice versa ).
On the debate of what it means to be disabled, American poet Joan Aleshire stated in the book Voices From the Edge:
From this the legend of Pocahontas sprang forth, becoming part of American folklore, children's books, and movies.
From a geostructural perspective the Azores is located above an active triple junction between three of the world's large tectonic plates ( the North American Plate, the Eurasian Plate and the African Plate ), a condition that has translated into the existence of many faults and fractures in this region of the Atlantic.
From a poll conducted of the American people in December 1999, Clinton was among eighteen included in Gallup's List of Widely Admired People of the 20th century.
From May 1943 onwards there was very close cooperation between the British and American military intelligence organisations.
*" Distress Signal Heard From American Sailor Missing For 17 Days ", The New York Times, October 31, 1976.
From the 1963 season, Brabham was partnered by American driver Dan Gurney, the pair now running in Australia's racing colours of green and gold.
From a popular perspective, the term Chicano became widely visible outside of Chicano communities during the American civil rights movement.
From 1890 on, he had a friend and admirer in Judge Francis C. Russell of Chicago, who introduced Peirce to editor Paul Carus and owner Edward C. Hegeler of the pioneering American philosophy journal The Monist, which eventually published articles by Peirce, at least 14.
From 1839, larger American clipper ships started to be built beginning with the Akbar, 650 tons OM, in 1839, and including the 1844-built Houqua, 581 tons OM.
From 1851 or earlier another type of clipper ship was also being built in American shipyards, the medium clipper.
From 1859 a new design was developed for British clipper ships that was nothing like the American clippers.
In 1971, American novelist Frank Yerby published The Man From Dahomey, a historical novel set partially in Dahomey.
From 1909 a small number of American films, and even one or two European ones, came to include a few dialogue titles, or " spoken titles " as they were called at the time.
From 1898 American producer Charles Urban expanded the London-based Warwick Trading Company to produce British films, mostly documentary and news.
Works such as Marjorie Rosen ’ s Popcorn Venus: Women, Movies, and the American Dream ( 1973 ) and Molly Haskell ’ s From Reverence to Rape: The Treatment of Women in Movies ( 1974 ) analyze how the women portrayed in film related to the broader historical context, the stereotypes depicted, the extent to which the women were shown as active or passive, and the amount of screen time given to women.
* Freedom From Fear: The American People in Depression and War, 1929 – 1945, a Pulitzer-winning history of the era.
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From the documentation compiled by the Civil Aeronautics Board investigation, a possible key to the plane's disappearance was found, but barely touched upon by the Triangle writers: the plane's batteries were inspected and found to be low on charge, but ordered back into the plane without a recharge by the pilot while in San Juan.
" From Different Liberal Perspectives: Fiorello H. La Guardia, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., and Civil Rights in New York City, 1941 – 1943 ," The Journal of Negro History, Vol.
* Esdaile, Charles J. Spain in the Liberal Age: From Constitution to Civil War, 1808 – 1939 ( 2000 ) excerpt and text search
From about 1790 textiles became the most important industry in the west of Scotland, especially the spinning and weaving of cotton, which flourished until in 1861 the American Civil War cut off the supplies of raw cotton.
From June 26 until December 22, 2006, two children, Ammar ( 12-13 ) and Sara ( 10-11 ), lived in the Dutch embassy in Damascus because of a child custody dispute between the Dutch mother, supported by Dutch law and the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, and the Syrian father, supported by Syrian law ( Syria is no participant of this convention ).
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From 1936 to 1940, a French detachment was garrisoned in Andorra to prevent influences of the Spanish Civil War and Franco's Spain.
From 2013 until 2020, the Civil List and Grants-in-Aid are to be replaced with a single Sovereign Grant, which will be set at 15 % of the revenues generated by the Crown Estate.
From 1967-1969 large scale famine occurs in Biafra and Nigeria due to the government blockading the Breakaway territory ( see: Civil War ).
From 1870, the U. S. Army issued trowel bayonets to army infantry regiments based on a design by Lieutenant-Colonel Edmund Rice, a U. S. Army officer and Civil War veteran, which were manufactured by Springfield Armory.
From 1945 to 1948, Manchuria ( Inner Manchuria ) served as a base area for the People's Liberation Army in the Chinese Civil War against the Kuomintang ( KMT ).
From 1918 to 1920, during the Russian Civil War, the town was occupied by the Western powers, who had been allied in World War I, and by the White Army forces.
* School Desegregation and Equal Educational Opportunity, part of the Civil Rights 101 Reference Guide From civilrights. org.
From spring 1943, German and Austrian anti-fascists, who had fought in the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War, fought in Lozère and in the Cévennes alongside the French Résistance in the Francs-tireurs et Partisans.
From 1847 until the start of the Civil War, several settlers moved into the county, living mostly in the vicinity of Camp Cooper.
From historical bridges and architecture such as the Creamery Bridge, as well as John Brown & Civil War history in and near Osawatomie, to the hall of fame musical landmark and cider mill near Louisburg, to a library constructed in honor of a wine maker in Paola.
From the end of the Civil War to the outbreak of World War II, Willimantic was a center for the production of silk and cotton thread.
From the 1840s to the Civil War, Muscatine had Iowa's largest black community, consisting of fugitive slaves from the South and free blacks who had migrated from the eastern states.