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  • Madison Cawein (category People from Kentucky)
    Julius Cawein (23 March 1865 – 8 December 1914) was a poet from Louisville, Kentucky, whose poem "Waste Land" has been linked with T.S. Eliot's later
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  • editor, who worked as editor of the Louisville Journal, which he built into a major newspaper in Louisville, Kentucky. Some people seem as if they can
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  • sites Edison Birthplace Museum (Milan, Ohio) Thomas Edison House (Louisville, Kentucky) Menlo Park Museum (Edison, NJ) Edison National Historic Site (West
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  • his first debate with President Ronald Reagan, October 7, 1984, in Louisville, Kentucky: "I'm reminded a little bit of what Will Rogers once said of Hoover
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  • speech in South Bend, Indiana, September 11, 1968, as reported by the Louisville, Kentucky, Courier-Journal, September 12, 1968, p. A3. Ne pas laisser vieillir
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  • 1850–1908 (1933), p. 204 (1933). Henry Watterson, editor of the Louisville, Kentucky, Courier-Journal for fifty years, feared that a president's ambitions
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  • Irene Dunne (category People from Kentucky)
    to look at him, much less get off at the same floor. Our home in Louisville, Kentucky, where I was born on December 20, was one of great happiness. Father
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  • that does not make me a good person; but it makes Him a great God! Louisville, Kentucky (June 25, 1994) My theory is that for those of us who are too weak
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  • met by the color line. Speech at the Convention of Colored Men, Louisville, Kentucky (24 September 1883). Social equality does not necessarily follow
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  • journey. Dr. Lamy and his band of priests and levites arrived at Louisville, Kentucky, towards the end of May, 1854. Without going to Loretto, they reached
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  • Muhammad Ali (category People from Kentucky)
    and bullets on Brown people in Vietnam while so-called Negro people in Louisville are treated like dogs and denied simple human rights? No I’m not going
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  • quoted by J. C. S. Blackburn, of Kentucky, in Congress, Feb. 1877, during the Hayes-Tilden dispute. Appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journal (Col. Watterson
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  • Abraham Lincoln (category People from Kentucky)
    low-water trip, on a Steam Boat from Louisville to St. Louis. You may remember, as I well do, that from Louisville to the mouth of the Ohio, there were
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  • the New York Post on September 25, 2015. I am not a part of that. To Louisville, I am f-ing Elvis Presley. So why would I pay anybody for anything? professional
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  • the USA is my country still, 'Cause they're waiting to welcome me in Louisville. Muhammad Ali, poem written after winning the gold medal in the 1960 Olympic
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  • precision, a long distance—I had purchased of the well known Dickson, of Louisville Ky., and a most excellent rifle it was. My pistols, powder and lead, bowie
    68 KB (11,725 words) - 17:12, 13 May 2015