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The first site in Regina used for flying was the infield at Regina Exhibition Park's horse race track, where visiting barnstormer " Lucky Bob " St. Pierre ( a Nebraskan whose real name was " Shaeffer " or " Shaffer ") flew a Curtiss Model D biplane in August, 1911.
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Erected on the site of pagan temples and three previous St. Sophias, the first of which was begun by Constantine, this fourth church was started by Justinian in 532 and completed twenty years later.
Sturdy and strong after more than a century of continuous use, the old covered, wooden bridge that spans the Tygartis Valley River at Philippi will have a distinctive part in the week-long observance of the first land battle of the Civil War at its home site, May 28th to June 3rd.
On the occasion of a pestilence in the 430s BCE, Apollo's first temple at Rome was established in the Flaminian fields, replacing an older cult site there known as the " Apollinare ".
Typically, prolonged breeders congregate at a breeding site, the males usually arriving first, calling and setting up territories.
For example, the analysis of the debris at the testing site of the first U. S. hydrogen bomb, Ivy Mike, ( 1 November 1952, Enewetak Atoll ), revealed high concentrations of various actinides including americium ; due to military secrecy, this result was published only in 1956.
The site of the colony's capital was surveyed and laid out by Colonel William Light, the first Surveyor-General of South Australia, through the design made by the architect George Strickland Kingston.
A quarry on the Lousberg, which was first used in Neolithic times, attests to the long occupation of the site of Aachen.
Aachen was chosen as the site of several important congresses and peace treaties: the first congress of Aachen ( often referred to as Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle in English ) in 1668, leading to the First Treaty of Aachen in the same year which ended the War of Devolution.
After departing the immediate landing site in the lunar rover, Young and Duke arrived at the day's first destination, the Cinco Craters, from the LM.
The Falcons 78, 000 square foot headquarters and training facilities or located on a 50-acre site in Flowery Branch, Ga., the complex which was one of the first of its kind was completed in 1999.
It is thus the first site where the archaeology confirms the continuity of Mycenaean and Classical Greek religion, which has been inferred from the presence of the names of Classical Greek divinities on Linear B texts from Pylos and Knossos.
According to Strabo, this site was first called Sigeia ; around 306 BC Antigonus refounded the city as the much-expanded Antigonia Troas by settling the people of five other towns in Sigeia, including the once influential city of Neandria.
Noteworthy, too, is St. Mildred's Priory, Isle of Thanet, Kent, built in 1027 on the site of an Abbey founded in 670 by the daughter of the first Christian King of Kent.
Birka was also important as the site of the first known Christian congregation in Sweden, founded in 831 by Saint Ansgar.
The museum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759 in Montagu House in Bloomsbury, on the site of the current museum building.
The site of today's City of Berkeley was the territory of the Chochenyo / Huchiun band of the Ohlone people when the first Europeans arrived.
Legend has it that in 802 CE, Jayavarman II, king of the Khmers, first came to the Kuhlen hills, the future site of Angkor Wat.
Baddeck would be the site of his experiments with hydrofoil technologies as well as the Aerial Experiment Association, financed by his wife, which saw the first powered flight in the British Empire when the AEA Silver Dart took off from the ice-covered waters of Bras d ' Or Lake.
Daniel Barringer ( 1860 – 1929 ) was one of the first to identify an impact crater, Meteor Crater in Arizona ; to crater specialists the site is referred to as Barringer Crater in his honor.
The first match at this site, now known as the club's current ground The Valley, was in September 1919.
The US first obtained U-2 photographic evidence of the missiles on October 14, when a U-2 flight piloted by Major Richard Heyser took 928 pictures, capturing images of what turned out to be an SS-4 construction site at San Cristóbal, Pinar del Río Province, in western Cuba.
" On October 1, 1903 the first modern World Series between the American League champion Boston Pilgrims ( later known as the Red Sox ) and the National League champion Pittsburgh Pirates was played on this site.
The first known reference to the site of the current city of Chicago as " Checagou " was by Robert de LaSalle around 1679 in a memoir written about the time.
The former site of Commodore's operational headquarters in West Chester, Pennsylvania, now houses the headquarters and broadcast studios of leading cable retailer QVC, Inc. ( On November 26, 2004, QVC became the first retailer to sell the DTV, a " C64 in a joystick " designed by Jeri Ellsworth.
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The first world title was won by the Canadian team from Regina, Saskatchewan, skipped by Ernie Richardson.
In 1886, the first official musical ride was performed in Regina, with this fine ceremonial lance playing a significant role in the choreography.
It was first performed in 1939, with Alabama-born actress Tallulah Bankhead giving a legendary performance in the lead role of Regina.
In the book The Ancient Jewish Shroud At Turin by John N. Lupia ( Regina Caeli Press, 2010 ; ISBN 978-0-9826739-0-4 ) Lupia shows the historical development of the tallit when its design began to change during the second half of the first century CE and began to take on the forms known today beginning around 1000 CE.
For example, from literature: Shirley Ann Grau, Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winner, and Andrew Breitbart, conservative journalist ; from business: David Filo, co-founder of Yahoo !, and Neil Bush, economist and brother of President George W. Bush ; from entertainment: Lauren Hutton, film actor and supermodel, and Paul Michael Glaser, TV actor of " Starsky and Hutch "; from music: conductor and composer Odaline de la Martinez, who was the first woman to conduct at a BBC Proms concert in London ; from government: Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House who famously coordinated the first Congressional Republican majority in 40 years, and Luther Terry, former U. S. Surgeon General who issued the first official health hazard warning for tobacco ; from medicine: Michael DeBakey, inventor of the roller pump, and Dr. Regina Benjamin, President Obama's Surgeon General ; from science A. Baldwin Wood, inventor of the wood screw pump and Lisa P. Jackson, United States Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ) Administrator under President Obama ; from sports: Bobby Brown, former New York Yankees third baseman and former president of the American League.
The first woman to join the faculty was Martha Field in 1969, now a professor at Harvard Law School, while the first black woman to join the faculty was Regina Austin ( in 1977 ) who is still teaching at Penn.
Hayes eventually returned to Broadway in 1935, where for three years she played the title role in the Gilbert Miller production of Victoria Regina, with Vincent Price as Prince Albert, first at the Broadhurst Theatre and later at the Martin Beck Theatre.
Lee got his first leading film role later that year in the Hong Kong action crime thriller Legacy of Rage in which he starred alongside Michael Wong, Regina Kent and Mang Hoi ( look like of film star Yuen Biao ).
Regina helped revolutionize Canadian football in 1929 however, as they attempted the first forward pass in Grey Cup history.
Some of Vancouver's and Toronto's dragon boat volunteers were instrumental in helping to establish the ' first generation ' of Canadian festivals that had the support of the local Chinese business communities in Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, Kelowna, Ottawa, Montreal, London, and Kingston.
Regina played their first game against the Moose Jaw Tigers on October 1, 1910, at the Moose Jaw Baseball Grounds where they were defeated 16 – 6.
For the 1911 season, the team changed their colours to blue and white to match the Regina Amateur Athletic Association and won their first SRFU championship, but lost in the first season of the Western Canada Rugby Football Union playoffs.
In 1921, the western champion was invited to compete for the Grey Cup national championship, but it was also the first time since 1911 that the Regina Rugby Club didn't win the West Championship as the Edmonton Eskimos traveled east to play in the 9th Grey Cup.
Following their first Grey Cup loss, the club changed their name to the Regina Roughriders in 1924 while retaining the colours of red and black.
The next decade in the WIFU would not be as successful as the first as the team would not win another Western Final as the Regina Roughriders, nor ever finish in first place in that time span.
In 1995, Regina hosted the Grey Cup for the first time in league history, giving the Roughriders an opportunity to compete for the championship at home.
The Regina Manifesto was the programme of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and was adopted at the first national convention of the CCF held in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1933.