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Casey and Jones
* 1900 – Casey Jones dies in a train wreck in Vaughn, Mississippi, while trying to make up time on the Cannonball Express.
*" The Ballad of Casey Jones " is a traditional song about railroad engineer Casey Jones and his death at the controls of the train he was driving.
The most famous blues ballads include those about John Henry and Casey Jones.
* The song " To the Dogs or Whoever " by Josh Ritter includes the stanza " Was it Casey Jones or Casey at the Bat who died out of pride and got famous for that?
A pair of American television appearances followed, as Jones received screen time in episodes of Ben Casey and The Farmer's Daughter.
On occasion, Hurt would use an open tuning and a slide, as he did in his arrangement of " The Ballad of Casey Jones ".
* April 30 – Casey Jones, American railway engineer ( b. 1863 )
* March 14 – Casey Jones, American railway engineer ( d. 1900 )
The famous railroad disaster which killed engineer Casey Jones took place in Yazoo County, just north of Vaughan, Mississippi, in 1900.
Famed railroad engineer J. L. " Casey " Jones moved from Jackson, Tennessee to Water Valley in 1893.
In 1878, American railroad legend Casey Jones got his first job with the railroad here, working as a telegrapher for the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
Railroad engineer Casey Jones was a frequenter of the town during his travels.
John Luther " Casey " Jones grave stone
Jackson was home to Casey Jones, the Illinois Central engineer who, before colliding with a stalled freight train near Vaughn, Mississippi, told his fireman to jump to safety but himself died at the throttle, saving the lives of all his passengers.
Casey Viator had seen fantastic results training under the direction of Jones, and Mentzer became very interested in this training philosophy.
* " Casey Jones " w. T. Lawrence Seibert m. Eddie Newton
The famous railroad accident that killed 37-year-old engineer Casey Jones happened near Vaughan in the early morning hours of April 30, 1900.
In attendance were Sim Webb, Casey ’ s fireman, and Janie Jones, Casey ’ s widow.
In 2004 the museum closed, and years later, the depot was moved to West, MS. Massena Jones, a former postmaster for Vaughan and a longtime resident, was also the author of a book entitled The Choo-Choo Stopped at Vaughn: a Vivid and Accurate Account of Casey Jones ' Fatal Train Crash at Vaughn, Mississippi published in 1982.

Casey and Railroad
John Luther " Casey " Jones ( March 14, 1863 – April 30, 1900 ) was an American railroad engineer from Jackson, Tennessee, who worked for the Illinois Central Railroad ( IC ).
A little-known example of Jones ' heroic instincts in action is described by his biographer and friend Fred J. Lee in his 1939 book Casey Jones: Epic of the American Railroad.
* " Casey Jones " is a cheat in the video game Railroad Tycoon II to instantly destroy all enemy trains.
* The Historic Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum in Jackson, Tennessee
* Water Valley Casey Jones Railroad Museum in Water Valley, Mississippi
* Casey Jones Railroad Museum State Park in Vaughan, Mississippi Museum Closed in 2004
Also included is a stop on the Walt Disney World Railroad, and a Casey Junior Splash n ' soak Station.
* Casey Jr. Railroad Mercantile

Casey and Museum
On 1 May 1898, the character was featured in a rather satirical cartoon called Casey Corner Kids Dime Museum but he was drawn ironically, as a bearded, balding old man wearing a green nightshirt which bore the words: " Gosh I've growed old in making dis collection.
According to the transportation curator at the Henry Ford Museum, Robert Casey, the Jeep Cherokee ( XJ ) was the first true sport utility vehicle in the modern understanding of the term.
It was first discovered in 1922 in Brazil, and named by an Irishman Thomas Lincoln Casey, Jr. An entomologist at New York's Museum of Natural History thought that, because there was not a Latin name or Brazilian name associated with this weevil, it was probably named Zyzzyva as a practical joke to place it in a prominent ending position in many guides and manuals.

Casey and State
Admiralty Head Lighthouse is located in this area, on the grounds of Fort Casey State Park.
Washington State Parks located on the island include Deception Pass State Park ( the most visited state park in Washington ), Joseph Whidbey State Park, Fort Ebey State Park, Fort Casey State Park, Possession Point State Park, and South Whidbey State Park.
In 2006, Governor Ed Rendell and Bob Casey Jr. both carried Centre and Democrat Scott Conklin decisively won the State House seat left open by the retirement of Republican Lynn Herman in the 77th district.
Over that " very busy weekend ", Casey, Bergstrom and their staff roughed out the design for a four-story, five-sided structure with a floor area of — twice that of the Empire State Building.
Allegations made by Balkan media sources of corruption and improper conduct by Ahtisaari were described by US State Department spokesman Tom Casey as " spurious ", adding that Ahtisaari's plan is the " best solution possible " and has the " full endorsement of the United States ".
Central Intelligence Agency Director William J. Casey, National Security Advisor Richard Allen, and Secretary of State Alexander Haig, on March 6, met with UNITA leaders in Washington, D. C. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Walker met with Savimbi in March in Rabat, Morocco.
Former Florida State quarterback Casey Weldon was signed as the starter.
It is located about 3 miles due south of Coupeville near Fort Casey State Park and Ebey's Prairie National Historic Preserve.
CPD provided 33 officials of the Reagan administration, including Director of Central Intelligence William Casey, National Security Advisor Richard V. Allen, United States Ambassador to the United Nations Jeane Kirkpatrick, Secretary of the Navy John Lehman, Secretary of State George Shultz and Assistant Secretary of Defense Richard Perle.
To the right of Sir Edward stands Henry Hopkinson, private secretary to the Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Sir Alexander Cadogan ; Richard Casey, Minister Resident in the Middle East, is to the right of Lady Spears, with Mrs Ethel Casey to her left.
In 1960, he was created " Baron Casey, of Berwick in the State of Victoria and the Commonwealth of Australia, and of the City of Westminster ", becoming the second ( and last ) Australian politician ( after Stanley Bruce ) to be elevated to the House of Lords ( Sir John Forrest is sometimes mentioned in such lists, however his peerage was never formally established ).
Casey State Recreation Site offers boating, fishing, and picnic areas along the river northeast of Medford.
On the women's side, Casey Morton scored 10 points against Savannah State to surpass the mark, finishing with 1, 230 in four years with the Lady Hawks.
Median Equivalised Gross Weekly Household Income for City of Casey was $ 730, compared the Victorian State average of $ 600.

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