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Carnegie's empire grew to include the J. Edgar Thomson Steel Works, ( named for John Edgar Thomson, Carnegie's former boss and president of the Pennsylvania Railroad ), Pittsburgh Bessemer Steel Works, the Lucy Furnaces, the Union Iron Mills, the Union Mill ( Wilson, Walker & County ), the Keystone Bridge Works, the Hartman Steel Works, the Frick Coke Company, and the Scotia ore mines.
* Corinth, Walker County, Alabama
* Corinth, Walker County, Georgia
* John M. Walker ( Pennsylvania ) ( 1905 – 1976 ), former member of the Pennsylvania State Senate, Allegheny County Commissioner and lieutenant gubernatorial nominee
* Durham, Georgia, a place in Walker County
* Walker County ( north )
Blount County is bordered by Cullman, Marshall, Etowah, Jefferson, Walker, and St. Clair Counties.
* Walker County, Alabama-southwest
Winston County was established under the name Hancock County on February 12, 1850, from territory formerly in Walker County.
* Walker County ( south )
* Nauvoo ( part-part of Nauvoo is in Walker County )
* Walker County ( southwest )
* Walker County, Georgia-east
* Walker County ( east )
Hale County is connected to three major twentieth century artists: Walker Evans photographed the area in 1936 while he collaborated with James Agee on the 1941 book Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.
Jefferson County is bordered by Blount County, Bibb County, St. Clair County, Shelby County, Tuscaloosa County, and Walker County, in Alabama.
* Sumiton ( part of Sumiton is in Walker County )

Walker and was
It might have been easier for her if Kitti Walker hadn't been everything that Blanche was not.
Walker said he was considering filing a motion for a new trial which would contend that the verdict was against the weight of the evidence and that there were several errors in trial procedure.
The jury, which was locked up in a motel overnight, was canvassed at the request of Walker after the verdict was announced.
Common meter hymns were interchangeable with a variety of tunes ; more than twenty musical settings of " Amazing Grace " circulated with varying popularity until 1835 when William Walker assigned Newton's words to a traditional song named " New Britain ", which was itself an amalgamation of two melodies (" Gallaher " and " St. Mary ") first published in the Columbian Harmony by Charles H. Spilman and Benjamin Shaw ( Cincinnati, 1829 ).
This early version ran on the Marinchip Systems 9900 computer ( Marinchip Systems was owned by Autodesk co-founders John Walker and Dan Drake ).
Authors Martin Walker and Bob Woodward state Clinton's innovative use of sound bite-ready dialogue, personal charisma, and public perception-oriented campaigning was a major factor in his high public approval ratings.
The five-string banjo was popularized by Joel Walker Sweeney, an American minstrel performer from Appomattox Court House, Virginia.
T-Bone Walker states that as a boy, he was employed by Jefferson to lead him around the streets of Dallas ; he would have been of the appropriate age at the time.
" Unit operations was introduced into the course by William Hultz Walker in 1905.
In 1779, New Pennacook Plantation was granted to Timothy Walker, Jr. and his associates at what would be incorporated in 1800 as Rumford, Maine, the site of Pennacook Falls.
Prior to the 1995 season, the Rockies acquired free-agent outfielder Larry Walker, previously of the Montreal Expos, who replaced Kingery as the 4th member of the " Blake Street Bombers "— named after the street on which the new ballpark ( Coors Field ) was located — along with Galarraga, Bichette, and third baseman Vinny Castilla, who had played sparingly with the major-league club during the previous season.
Helton was blossoming into a young developed hitter, batting. 320 with 35 homers and 113 RBI ; Castilla, Walker, and Bichette also hit more than 30 homers each.
In addition, Walker, who had been with the team since 1995 and was widely regarded as the best player in team history, was now 37 years old, and injuries prevented him from playing much of the time.
Ratings reached a low of 8 million in February 1973, Pat Phoenix quit as Elsie Tanner, Violet Carson ( Ena Sharples ) was written out for most of the year due to illness, and Doris Speed ( Annie Walker ) took two months ' leave.
The original cast was created by Tony Warren, with the characters of Ena Sharples ( Violet Carson ), Elsie Tanner ( Patricia Phoenix ) and Annie Walker ( Doris Speed ) as central figures.
Flockhart's last appearance on television was as Kitty Walker, opposite Sally Field, Rachel Griffiths and Matthew Rhys, in the ABC prime time series Brothers & Sisters, which premiered in September 2006 in the time slot after Desperate Housewives.
By age nine, she was appearing on The Cas Walker Show on both WIVK Radio and WBIR-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee.
On October 3, 1849, Poe was found on the streets of Baltimore delirious, " in great distress, and ... in need of immediate assistance ", according to the man who found him, Joseph W. Walker.
The first published discovery to receive subsequent confirmation was made in 1988 by the Canadian astronomers Bruce Campbell, G. A. H. Walker, and Stephenson Yang.
During the recording of the third album, Gibson was let go after a dispute over money and Walker left since touring was keeping him away from his family too much.

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He secured passage of the Walker tariff of 1846, which had low rates that pleased his native South, and he established a treasury system that lasted until 1913.
In 1925, Walker had established the Kraft Walker Cheese Co. as a joint venture company with J. L.
The Walker Tariff produced the nation's first standardized tariff: rather than setting fixed rates for specific items a on a case-by-case basis, it established general schedules into which all goods could be classified, subject to defined ad valorem rates.
There are no stops, rest periods, or established finish line, and the Walk does not pause for any reason ( including bad weather or darkness ); it ends only when one Walker is left alive.
Six months after The Inquirer was founded, with competition from eight established daily newspapers, lack of funds forced Norvell and Walker to sell the newspaper to publisher and United States Gazette associate editor Jesper Harding.
Approximately one mile north of the current location, there once stood a prosperous small village named Paulville, also known as Paultown, which was established around 1855 by a man named Walker Paul.
The first newspaper in the area, The Mountain Echo, was first issued in 1873, established by C. A. Boone and M. E. Walker.
Several prominent academics like Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Addison Gayle, Jr., established a new “ Black Aesthetic ” that “ placed the sources of contemporary black literature and culture in the communal music and oral folk tradition .” This new respect coupled with a growing Black Feminism led by Mary Helen Washington, Audre Lorde, Alice Walker, and others would create the space for the rediscovery of Hurston.
It was established in 1942 by Brian Walker when 5, 466 houses were built.
One of the few racially integrated Project sites, the Chicago project employed Arna Bontemps, an established voice of the Harlem Renaissance, and helped to launch the literary careers of Richard Wright, Margaret Walker, Katherine Dunham, and Frank Yerby ( Mangione 1972 ).
In July 1971 it was reported that the Rob Walker Group of Companies, a principal dealer, had acquired the stocks and assets and established a new company, Marcos Ltd.
It was founded in 1879 by lumberman Thomas Barlow Walker and which he formally established at its current location in 1927 as the first public art gallery in the Upper Midwest.
The Walker launched significant program initiatives and established key relationships with a range of artists now considered masters — Cunningham, Mabou Mines, Philip Glass, Twyla Tharp, Meredith Monk, and many others — that continue today.
Formally established in 1927, the Walker Art Center began as the first public art gallery in the Upper Midwest.
" In 1910 Walker moved to Indianapolis, Indiana where she established her headquarters and built a factory.
A post office was established at Penetangore in the same year. The Walker House and Kincardine Lighthouse | lighthouse as seen from the harbour, in the 1880s.
Engagements with Lionel Hampton, Slim & Slam, T-Bone Walker, Lester Young, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Charlie Barnet, Billy Eckstine, Nat King Cole, Sammy Davis Jr., Billie Holiday, Gerry Mulligan and six years with Lena Horne established him as a jazz drummer, and he struck out on his own as a bandleader in 1955.
In 1781 Lincoln was one of the lawyers ( another was Northampton lawyer and future governor Caleb Strong ) who represented Quock Walker in Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Nathaniel Jennison, a case that firmly established that slavery was incompatible with the state constitution.
At his sentencing, U. S. District Judge Ann Williams stated, " It's clear to this court that a pattern was established and that you, Mr. Walker, thought this bank was your own personal piggy bank to bail you out whenever you got into trouble.
" Between 2002 and 2005, the band released three studio albums with Walker to further growing popularity and critical acclaim, including an advancement in an already established following in France and Poland.
On March 1, 1869, Walker ’ s Town established its first post office.
The opening show of large chalk on blackboard wall drawings by John Walker firmly established Birmingham as a city with a gallery devoted to the contemporary visual arts.

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