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In the summer of 1898, the " Three Lucky Swedes ": Norwegian-American Jafet Lindeberg, and two naturalized American citizens of Swedish birth, Erik Lindblom and John Brynteson, discovered gold on Anvil Creek.
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During the Spanish-American War, the U. S. fleet attacking Santiago retreated to Guantánamo's excellent harbor to ride out the summer hurricane season of 1898.
It was discovered ( along with krypton and xenon ) in the summer of 1898 as one of the three residual rare inert elements remaining in dry air, after nitrogen, oxygen, argon and carbon dioxide are removed.
Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and his Rough Riders were among the 30, 000 troops who waited in Tampa for the order to ship out to Cuba during the summer of 1898, filling the town to bursting and delivering another huge boost to the local economy.
The Glenmont Lumber Company opened a sawmill in the autumn of 1898, followed by Scanlon-Gipson Lumber Company opening a planing mill in the summer of 1899.
Harlakenden House, built at Cornish, New Hampshire in 1898, summer White House to Woodrow Wilson, burned in 1923
A small fortune was spent to convert the area into a mountain resort area which opened in the summer of 1898.
In response, a conference of all British Empire postal authorities was called for the summer of 1898.
Having succeeded to the earldom in 1891, Macdonald's prediction came true when Lord Minto was named Governor General of Canada in the summer of 1898.
One Sunday during the summer of 1898 the Water Valley shop team was scheduled to play the Jackson shop team and Jones got to haul the team to Jackson for the game.
In the summer of 1898 he tinkered with a one-cylinder air-cooled, gasoline engine and by January 1, 1900, he demonstrated his first automobile.
Water Polo matches are held in summer in the outer harbour at West Bay, continuing a tradition dating back to 1898.
In the summer of 1898, J. Norman Collie, Hugh Stutfield and Herman Woolley, had made their way up Woolley Creek and initially had their sights on reaching the top of Mount Woolley by climbing the icefield that separates Mt.
In US in this period, Dress, the Jenness Miller Magazine ( 1887 – 1898 ), reported that tea gowns were being worn outside the home for the first time in fashionable summer resorts.
It is also the nation ’ s oldest, with roots extending back to 1898, when the New York Charity Organization Society ’ s first summer course was announced in The New York Times.
Here he won successes in Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac ( 1897 ), which he repeated in the summer of 1898 at the Lyceum Theatre, London ), Émile Bergerat's Plus que reine ( 1899 ),' Catulle Mendès's Scarron ( 1905 ), and Alfred Capus and Lucien Descaves ' L ' Attentat ( 1906 ).
Borglum married in 1898, and he and his wife, Emma, spent the summer of 1899 at the Crow Creek Reservation in South Dakota.
Teach Synge is the house where John Millington Synge stayed on the island every summer from 1898 to 1902, where he was hosted by Bríd and Páidín Mac Donnchadha.
In his student days at the Royal College of Music, he wrote verse, some of which was set to music by Gustav Holst ( the unpublished operas The Revoke ( 1895 ) and The Idea ( 1898 ); partsong Light leaves whisper ( 1896 ), and children's chorus Clouds o ' er the summer sky ( 1898 )).
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In the summer of 1580, Gabriel Harvey, apparently motivated by a desire to ingratiate himself with Leicester, satirized Oxford's love for things Italian in verses entitled Speculum Tuscanismi in Three Proper and Witty Familiar Letters.
The album eventually became multi-platinum in the spring and summer of 1989, and it spawned five American Top Three singles, four of them # 1s ( three in 1989 and one in 1990 ): " Straight Up ", " Forever Your Girl ", " Cold Hearted ", and " Opposites Attract ".
Three other of the earliest Lumiere films, Partie de cartes, l ' Arroseur arrosé ( the first known filmed comedy ), and Repas de bébé, were also filmed in La Ciotat in 1895, at the Villa du Clos des Plages, the summer residence of the Lumiere Brothers.
Three seasons are generally recognized: a hot, muggy summer from March to June ; a hot, humid and rainy monsoon season from June to November ; and a warm-hot, dry winter from December to February.
Three years later, in the summer of 2002, The Flaming Lips joined bands Cake and Modest Mouse on the Unlimited Sunshine Tour.
Kovacs ' television programs included Three to Get Ready ( an early morning program seen on Philadelphia's WPTZ from 1950 through 1952 ), It's Time for Ernie ( 1951, his first network series ), Ernie in Kovacsland, ( a summer replacement show for Kukla, Fran and Ollie, 1951 ), The Ernie Kovacs Show ( 1952 – 56 on various networks ), a twice-a-week job filling in for Steve Allen as host of The Tonight Show on Mondays and Tuesdays ( 1956 – 57 ), and game shows Gamble on Love, One Minute Please, Time Will Tell ( all on DuMont ), and Take a Good Look ( 1959 – 61 ).
Three high-speed quad chairlifts were installed during the summer of 1988 ( Christmas, Challenger & Greyhawk ).
Three tribes, the Tukudika a sub-band of the Shoshone known as the " Sheepeaters ", the Shoshone, and the Nez Perce inhabited the land primarily in the summer and migrated during the harsh winter months.
* Music In the Park is a free concert series held at 7 pm every Saturday during the summer ( with the exception of Flag Day when it's held at 6: 30pm ) in Dewey Cannon Park, downtown Three Oaks.
Three Rivers is also home to many summer camps, including YMCA Camp Eberhart (), Habonim Dror Camp Tavor, Camp Wakeshma ( Camp Wakeshma website ), as well as the Latvian Center Garezers ( Latvian language site ).
Three tugs, named Hilgay, Littleport and Wissington were used to pull a fleet of 24 steel barges, which were used to take the beet to King's Lynn during the winter months and to bring coal in the reverse direction during the summer.
In the summer of 1972, a year after the death of Stravinsky, Balanchine staged another Stravinsky Festival, for which he choreographed several major new works including the " miracle " ballets Stravinsky Violin Concerto and Symphony in Three Movements, both of which premiered on June 18, 1972.
After continued harassment from the south, a coalition of the Ojibway, Odawa and Potawatomi Algonquin nations, known as the Three Fires, gradually pushed the Haudenosaunee off this land and the Mississaugas settled there by 1695, fishing and growing crops more locally in the summer and hunting further afield in the winter.
Three new artworks were added to the college courts and gardens in the summer and autumn of 2008: " Sailing into the future " by Philip de Konig, " Conversing Figures " by Christophe Gordon-Brown and " Finback " by Ben Barrel.
Three months later, the firm's assets were purchased by another Chinese carmaker-Nanjing Automobile-and Longbridge partially re-opened over the summer of 2007 with an initial workforce of around 250 preparing to restart production of the MG TF which was relaunched in August 2008.
Three New Zealand observers with the task of selecting the site for a base went to McMurdo Sound with the United States “ Operation Deep Freeze I ” in the summer of 1955.
Three concerts are given each year with the summer concert being part of the Chichester Festivities while the autumn concert is included in the Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Series.
Whelan and Wigan Athletic made headlines in summer 1995 when Whelan's business connections in Spain helped him attract three Spaniards to the club – Roberto Martínez, Isidro Diaz, and Jesus Seba – who became known as ' The Three Amigos '.
Matthew Bannister was the first stand-in presenter when Glover went on maternity leave, but on gaining his own new obituary strand on Radio 4, Last Word, most editions of BH in the spring / summer of 2006 were presented by Working Lunch and BBC Three presenter Paddy O ' Connell.
Between 1855 and 1930, there was an " annual feast "-- a week-long summer fair attended by local farmers and residents from north Wiltshire in the school holidays. The Three Tuns Events included " A Programme of Horse, Pony, Donkey and Foot racing ; climbing the greasy pole ..." the prize being a leg of mutton at the end.
Three years later, in 1770, James built a summer residence, Trout Hall, in the new town, near the site of his father's former hunting lodge.