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  1. The Shadow Knows (William Abrahams Book) by Diane Johnson, 1998-03-01
  2. Engineering Plasticity (Ellis Horwood series in engineering science) by William Johnson, Preston B. Mellor, 1983-11-23
  3. William Encounters a Bully by William R. Johnson, 2010-04-21
  4. John Calvin, Reformer for the 21st Century by William Johnson, 2009-05-14
  5. Right Hemisphere Stroke: A Victim Reflects on Rehabilitative Medicine (William Beaumont Hospital Speech and Language Pathology) by Fred K. Johnson, 1990-07
  6. One Step from the White House: The Rise and Fall of Senator William F. Knowland by Gayle B. Montgomery, James W. Johnson, 1998-06-02
  7. Filth: Dirt, Digust, and Modern Life by William A. Cohen, 2004-12-15
  8. The works of Alexander Pope by Alexander Pope, Samuel Johnson, et all 2010-06-25
  9. Black Mafia: The Secret Society : the william Johnson Crime Family by Mikell Davis, 2008-06-05
  10. Memoirs of Gen. William T. Sherman, Volume 1 by Willis Fletcher Johnson, William Tecumseh Sherman, 2010-01-12
  11. The Modernization of Sex: Havelock Ellis, Alfred Kinsey, William Masters and Virginia Johnson (Cornell paperbacks) by Paul A. Robinson, 1989-06
  12. All Roads Lead to Murder: A Case From the Notebooks of Pliny the Younger by Albert A. Bell Jr., William Martin Johnson, 2002-01-15
  13. The Dramatick Works of William Shakespeare: Printed Complete, with D. Samuel Johnson's Preface and Notes. to Which Is Prefixed the Life of the Author ... by Samuel Johnson, William Shakespeare, et all 2010-04-08
  14. The plays of William Shakespeare in twenty-one volumes, with the corrections and illus. of various commentators, to which are added notes by Samuel Johnson ... augm. by Isaac Reed, with a glossarial index by William Shakespeare, Isaac Reed, et all 2010-08-30

21. Handbook Of Texas Online: JOHNSON, WILLIAM WHIPPLE
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JOHNSON, WILLIAM WHIPPLE (1843-1914). William Whipple Johnson, West Texas entrepreneur, one of seven children of Ethan S. and Jane B. Johnson, was born in Ionia, Michigan, on October 11, 1843. He attended school in Ypsilanti, Michigan, and became active in business in Ionia shortly after 1860; he described himself as a hotel keeper in 1867. He formed a partnership with his father and his younger brother Harvey to provide general merchandise for the people of Ionia. The three were devastated economically in the general collapse of the national economy in 1873. Johnson moved his base of operations to Corsicana, Texas, in the late 1870s, probably in search of a refuge from his debts. At this time he also entered a short-lived first marriage. His second and lasting marriage was to Anna Fatzinger Campbell, a childhood friend who also had had an unsuccessful first marriage. Both the daughter and the son born of this second marriage died in childhood. By midsummer 1880 William and Harvey Johnson lived in Strawn. There Harvey became postmaster on September 13, 1880, and William became assistant postmaster on January 4, 1881. In Strawn the brothers became involved in horse and cattle ranching, the procuring and selling of cedar posts, retail merchandising, and land acquisition. In 1887 they established the Johnson Coal Mining Company south of Strawn. The purchaser of the extracted coal was to be the Texas and Pacific Railway, and the railroad agreed to build a spur line to the mine. The Johnson brothers jointly participated in the formation of a second company, the Palo Pinto Coal Mining Company, in November 1887. On January 30, 1888, Harvey died, but not before he sold his entire estate to his brother for one dollar.

22. William Broome (1689-1745)
Text of Samuel johnson's biography of the poet, brief selection of works and links.

23. Sir William Johnson- The Early America Review, Fall 1996
Journal article written by Paul Drew discusses the johnson and the British government's view of westward expansion in America. william johnson, circa 1751. Sir william johnson Indian Superintendent
William Johnson, circa 1751
Sir William Johnson - Indian Superintendent The Role of Sir William Johnson In the Colonial Development of America and His Involvement in the Expansionist Policies of the British Imperial Government. by Paul Redmond Drew
A S THE TITLE STATES, this essay will look closely at Johnson's role in the colonial development of America, and particularly the key concern over westward expansion. This became fundamentally linked with the differing views the British government and the colonial authorities held, over how this expansion should be managed, and in particular the financial cost of such a policy. This led, inexorably it seems, to the wider issues that then escalated into the Revolution and the fight for independence. Although Johnson died before the Revolution actually started, he was a key participant in the events that led up to this break with Britain, and as such the motives and actions of this man can give a picture of how the colonies and Britain viewed the future of America.
A S WELL AS THIS POLITICAL ROLE Johnson had acquired a military one also. In 1746 he was made 'Colonel of the Forces to be raised out of the Six Nations'. The war with France that had begun in 1743, was concerned with the question of supremacy in North America, and as such naturally involved two of the subjects Johnson was most familiar with. Trade and the situation of the Indians in the area around the Great Lakes, were fundamental to the dispute. The role of the Indian tribes was therefore a vital one in any conflict between the two antagonists. The long standing feud between them meant that the support of the Indians was a key element; for this reason a brief description of the composition of the tribes and how they were disposed to the British would be in order.

24. Johnson, William
Catalog of the Scientific Community johnson, william. Note the creatorsof the Galileo Project and this catalogue cannot answer
Catalog of the Scientific Community
Johnson, William
Note: the creators of the Galileo Project and this catalogue cannot answer email on genealogical questions.
1. Dates
Born: location unknown, England, c.1610
Died: London, 1665
Dateinfo: Birth Uncertain
2. Father
Occupation: Gentry
The case is not clear, but it appears that he came from a family of gentry.
No information on financial status.
3. Nationality
Birth: English
Career: English
Death: English
4. Education
Schooling: No University
No records of education. Since there are no records, I will leave it this way; however, there is good reason to believe that Johnson was a member of the clergy before the Commonwealth, and this would probably have meant university education.
5. Religion
Affiliation: Anglican
The fact that he left the clergy upon the outcome of the Civil War strongly suggests that he was Anglican.
6. Scientific Disciplines
Primary: Iatrochemistry, Pharmacology
Johnson was considered an iatrochemist, though he was at odds with other English iatrochemists. He published Three Exact Pieces of Leonard Piorovant, 1652, and in that same year Lexicon chemicum, drawn from Ruland, Basil Valentine, and Van Helmont. Though an iatrochemist, as an employee of the College of Physicians he wrote a defense of Galenic pharmacology (Some Brief Animadversions, 1665) against the attack of George Thomson.
7. Means of Support

25. William Collins (1721-1759)
Text of Samuel johnson's biography of the poet, the Persian Eclogues and links.

26. William Johnson: History Of Fresno County Biography
biographical sketch of the honored pioneer and vineyardist, william johnson, who for the past twelve years has resided
William Johnson Over forty years a citizen of Fresno County, is a record of which but few of the present residents of this great commonwealth can boast, but such is the fact revealed by the biographical sketch of the honored pioneer and vineyardist, William Johnson, who for the past twelve years has resided on his highly improved ranch situated on the lower Reedley road, in the Parlier district. William Johnson was educated in the public schools of Sweden and reared on his father's farm until he was nineteen years of age, when he decided to become a sailor and to see more of the world. His first experience in following the sea was on a Norwegian liner sailing between Bremerhaven and Quebec. He followed the life of a sailor for six years and during this time visited many of the world's leading seaports, in France, England, Germany, Norway, Sweden, South America, China, Cuba, America, the Mediterranean seaports in Africa, and twice made the trip through the Suez Canal. During the last two years of his seafaring life he sailed on American ships and it was on one of these vessels that he arrived on the Pacific coast in 1874, and during that year he stayed awhile in San Francisco, the next year locating in Fresno County, where he found employment working on farms, which he followed for two years. In 1878 he bought 640 acres of land seven miles east of Fresno, where he commenced farming operations for himself and began to raise grain, but the undertaking failed to prove a financial success.

27. William Congreve (1670-1729)
Text of Samuel johnson's biography of the poet, brief selection of his works and links.

28. Advisory Council: William N. Johnson
Now an active community volunteer and parttime industry consultant, WilliamN. johnson retired in 1999 from his position as a Vice President of Intel
Electrical and Computer Engineering Home Alumni Courses ... Destler, William W. Advisory Council Chair Director, Stephen W. Hakkarainen, Susan Howard, William G., Jr. Johnson, William N. ... Yonas, Gerold
William N. Johnson
Retired Vice President,
Intel Corporation Now an active community volunteer and part-time industry consultant, William N. Johnson retired in 1999 from his position as a Vice President of Intel Corporation. While at Intel, he led the business integration and evolution of the StrongARM technology, products, and people acquired from Digital Equipment Corporation in 1998. This responsibility followed a succession of engineering management roles that delivered Digital’s first internally developed 16-bit PDP-11 microprocessor, first 32bit VAX microprocessor and first 64 bit Alpha microprocessor, as well as the underlying technology infrastructure that enabled Digital’s microprocessors to lead the industry in performance for over a decade. Prior to Digital, Bill held technical positions at Bell Telephone Laboratories in Holmdel, NJ.

29. William King (1663-1712)
Text of Samuel johnson's biography of the poet and Mully of Mountown.

30. William H. Johnson Online
william H. johnson art links/last verified February, 2728 2003. GalleriesThis page is viewed by thousands of people each month. william H. johnson.
William H. Johnson art links/last verified February, 27-28 2003 Galleries: This page is viewed by thousands of people each month.
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William H. Johnson
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Museums and Art Galleries
Other Sites Articles
Paintings in Museums and Art Galleries: Smithsonian American Art Museum , Washington D.C.
Gibbes Museum of Art
, Charleston, South Carolina
Sowing , C.1942
Joslyn Art Museum
, Nebraska
William H. Johnson: A Retrospective
Smithsonian American Art Museum
, Washington D.C.
"Director's Tour" discussion of I Baptize Thee
Fine Art Services: ArtPrice Art Market Auction Records Up-to-date record of works by William H. Johnson sold at art auctions worldwide (payment is required in order to see the actual selling price). Free "express check-in" is required for access to advanced search features and to be notified of upcoming auctions for your selected artists. Biography of William H. Johnson and samples of his signature Other Web Sites: Art Through the Eyes of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Why societies replete with inequality produce artworks of equality) Colorado College Father Ryan High School Self-Portrait Father Ryan High School Swing Low Sweet Chariot LaGrange College , Georgia Chain Gang Lamentation Still Life Street Life Harlem , C.1939-40

31. Access Research Network
Focuses on putting science topics, such as genetic engineering, euthanasia, computer technology, environmental issues, creation/evolution, fetal tissue research, and AIDS, in perspective by looking at related political, ethical and philosophical issues. Features authors Michael Behe, Phillip johnson, william Dembski, Mark Hartwig, Stephen Meyer, Paul Nelson, and Jonathan Wells.
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32. William R. Johnson's Home Page
william R. johnson. Department of Economics, University of Virginia. To anotherwilliam R. johnson homepage (also dealing in a bull's natural output). ·
William R. Johnson
Department of Economics, University of Virginia
email: phone: (434) 924-3251
fax: (434) 924-7659
U.S. mail and UVA messenger mail address: P.O. Box 400182, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4182
Fedex delivery: 114 Rouss Hall, Department of Economics, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22903
office: 220 Wilson Hall, University of Virginia
Editor: Journal of Labor Economics
Associate Editor: Southern Economic Journal
Course Materials for Spring Semester, 2003
My Vita

Recent Research Papers (downloadable as PDF files) Evaluating a Simple Model for Estimating Black-White Gaps in Median Wages (with D. Neal and Y. Kitamura, AER, May 2000) Basic Skills and the Black-White Earnings Gap (with Derek Neal) In C. Jencks and S. Phillips, The Black-White Test Score Gap Are Public Subsidies to Higher Education Regressive ? Op Ed Pieces: The Effect of Budget Cuts on U. Va. (Washington Post, March 9, 2003, Hampton Roads Daily Press, Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, March 16, 2003) Smoothing the State University Hiring Cycle (8/28/02)
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Last Updated on March 21, 2003 by William R. Johnson

33. - William B. Johnson Attorney At Law Office Is Located In J
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34. William H. Johnson Civil War Letters
Letters of Union soldier william H. johnson, a sergeant in Co. E, Seventh Connecticut Volunteers. Links to other manuscripts collections.
William H. Johnson Civil War Letters
T wenty-eight letters, 1861-1863, of Union soldier William H. Johnson, a sergeant in Co. E, Seventh Connecticut Volunteers, originated from various locations in coastal South Carolina and Georgia and were sent home to his wife, Hannah J. Johnson. South Carolina places represented include Daufuskie Island, Beaufort, Hilton Head Island, James Island, and Morris Island. Over the course of two years of war, Johnson remained optimistic about the final outcome of the conflict. Writing from Daufuskie Island on 26 January [18]62, he predicted a speedy end to hostilities—"There doesn't seem to be any doubt as to the result of the pending engagement—and if we are successful it is the opinion of a good many that the war can't last long....It is my opinion if we do not lick the Rebels in 6 months more the difficulty will be settled either by ourselves or the interventions of foreign powers. In either case we should probably return home—if the former—in peace, and if the latter, for home protection." In addition to talk of war, Johnson's letters discuss the health of the troops, convey business advice, and express his love for daughters Mary and Lillian. While in the army, he earned extra money by speculating on watches, chewing tobacco, cigars, and other goods forwarded to him by family and friends at the North. Writing from Ft. Pulaski on 19 May [18]62, he suggested—"I could sell three thousand Cigars and three or four Gross of Chewing Tobacco in two days for cash and make from 40 to 50 dollars on it....I am glad that the watches are a coming as I think I can dispose of them to good advantage."

35. From Revolution To Reconstruction: Biographies: William Samuel Johnson
USAproject, biographies-area, biographical data of william Samuel johnson (1727-1819). ABiography of william Samuel johnson (1727-1819). *** Quote ***.
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A Biography of William Samuel Johnson (1727-1819)
Quote William Samuel Johnson was the son of Samuel Johnson, the first president of King's College (later Columbia College and University). William was born at Stratford, CT, in 1727. His father, who was a well-known Anglican clergyman-philosopher, prepared him for college and he graduated from Yale in 1744. About 3 years later he won a master of arts degree from the same institution and an honorary master's from Harvard. Resisting his father's wish that he become a minister, Johnson embraced law insteadlargely by educating himself and without benefit of formal training. After admittance to the bar, he launched a practice in Stratford, representing clients from nearby New York State as well as Connecticut, and before long he established business connections with various mercantile houses in New York City. In 1749, adding to his already substantial wealth, he married Anne Beach, daughter of a local businessman. The couple was to have five daughters and six sons, but many of them died at an early age. Johnson did not shirk the civic responsibilities of one of his station. In the 1750s he began his public career as a Connecticut militia officer. In 1761 and 1765 he served in the lower house of the colonial assembly. In 1766 and 1771 he was elected to the upper house. At the time of the Revolution, Johnson was disturbed by conflicting loyalties. Although he attended the

36. How To Kill Quebec Separatism
Article by journalist and Englishrights activist william johnson.
How to kill Quebec separatism
It's time to give Quebec separatism the . It can be done. What's needed is the nerve, the vision, the political will. The separatist leaders are now in disarray. Last week's election results in Quebec were the culmination of a bad year for separatism. And yesterday, a personal blow landed on Lucien Bouchard: The editor of the closest thing to a separatist house organ, Michel Venne of Le Devoir, questioned the Premier's commitment to the sacred cause. "If Mr. Bouchard no longer believes in sovereignty, let him say so. . . . Let others take up the cause. As long as he does not commit his government to a process [preparing for sovereignty], no one will believe any more in his incantations. His calls to mobilize will remain a dead letter. And his speeches will only bore us." The RIQ claims not to oppose the PQ, but to help by whipping up public support for secession. But it proposes dropping the PQ's commitment to offering a partnership with Canada in the aftermath of secession. This choice of full independence embarrasses the PQ, whose leaders notably Mr. Bouchard believe that only sovereignty accompanied by a partnership offer can ever be saleable. True believers are convinced that secession can be won by talking it up constantly, by harnessing the government's powers to its promotion, and by funding committed non-governmental groups. But that assumption is naive, and an attempt to implement it could backfire.

37. WHJ-A Retrospective
The Smithsonian American Art Museum is home to the largest collectionof works by william H. johnson (1901–1970). One of America's
oil on canvas
59.0 x 46.3 cm (23 1/4 x 18 1/4 in.)
Gift of the Harmon Foundation
Additional information about Johnson's life is available through the William H. Johnson Teachers' Guide

38. Ancient Pi: Knowers Of The Universe
The concept of pi refers to the constant ratio of the diametercircumference of any circle; irrespective of the number of degrees contained within that circle. An article in the Science in Ancient Artwork Series by Charles william johnson.
Science in Ancient Artwork
Extract No.26
Ancient Pi (
Knowers of the Universe
Charles William Johnson
)to hundreds or even thousands of decimal places.
If we realize that the measurement of the ratio between the diameter and the circumference of a circle is entirely theoretical and speculative, then we may also realize that the result shall always represent an approximation. In fact, the very fact that pi is always expressed in terms of an unending fraction (with mathematicians searching it to the n th number of decimal places), should cause us to accept the idea that pi can only be an approximation. (As Lambert illustrated in 1767, " is not a rational number, i.e., it cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers"; Beckmann, p.100.)
Throughout history, the expression of pi has taken on many variations. Petr Beckmann (Cfr., A History of (pi) Golem , 1971), offers an exemplary analysis of the concept throughout history.

39. Johnson, William H., "Let My People Free"
william H. johnson. Let My People Free. william H. johnson (19011970)Let My People Free, ca. 1945 oil on paperboard 38 1/4 x 30 in.
William H. Johnson
Let My People Free
William H. Johnson (1901-1970)
Let My People Free, ca. 1945
oil on paperboard
38 1/4 x 30 in. (97.1 x 76.2 cm.)
Gift of the Harmon Foundation In Let My People Free, Johnson has placed Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass at opposite ends of a table, both facing "nightmarish vignettes of fettered, lynched, and escaped slaves" Sources: (respectively) Richard J. Powell, Homecoming: The Art and Life of William H. Johnson

40. Gateway To The Black World.Screen Name Service
johnson, william Henry. African william johnson began drawing when hewas a child, encouraged by sympathetic art teachers. Determined
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