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    Hunt, Moses (LG 84)

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    Finding aid and full scan (Click on Additional Files below) for Manuscripts Land Grant 84. Original land grant, 2 December 1816, by which Gabriel Slaughter, Lieutenant Governor and Acting Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Moses Hunt, assignee of E. M. Covington, who was assignee of William McGinnis, 100 acres in Warren County. Signed by Gabriel Slaughter

    Hub-Hut correspondents

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    Correspondents in this file include: Hubbard, Frank G.; Hubbard, Gardiner Greene; Hubbard, S. A.; Hubbell, Charles Bulkley; Huber, Emil; Hughes, William Hastings; Hulburt, L. S.; Hume, Edward Hicks; Hummer, Guy; Humphrey, James Ellis; Humphrey, M. A.; Humphreys, Edward Rupert; Humphreys, Milton Wylie; Humphreys, John T.; Humphreys, William Jackson; Hungerford, Edward; Hunt, Leigh R.; Hunt, Reid; Hunt, Rockwell D.; Hunter, Rufus; Huntingford, E. W.; Huntington, Charles P.; Hurst, John E.; Hutchinson, Cary T.; Hutzler, Abram G.; Hutzler, DavidDigitized correspondence of the Daniel Coit Gilman papers, MS.0001.Funding for digitization provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission

    CD 510 Foundations in Christian Discipleship

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    Creative Ministry, Henri Nouwen. Introducing Christian Education: Foundations for the Twenty-first Century, Michael J. Anthony, ed.. Is It a Lost Cause? Having the Heart of God for the Church\u27s Children, Marva J. Dawn John Wesley\u27s Class Meeting: A Model for Making Disciples, D. Michael Henderson. Patterns in Moral Development, Catherine M. Stonehouse. Disciple making Teachers, Josh Hunt and Larry May Managing Transitions: Making the most of change, William Bridgeshttps://place.asburyseminary.edu/syllabi/3699/thumbnail.jp

    The Politics of Hydroelectric Power in Alaska: Rampart and Devil Canyon -- A Case Study

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    Originally published January 1978, revised October 1978. OWRT Agreement No. 14-34-0001-7003 Project No. A-060-ALAS. Completion Report.Hydroelectric power in Alaska has had a curious history--and an instructive one. This study focuses on three separate projects: Eklutna, Rampart, and Devil Canyon. The Eklutna project functions today; Rampart was not constructed; and the Devil Canyon project is still in the planning stage. Yet for all their differences in location, goals, and fate, the projects were related; and, taken together, their histories highlight all the essential political elements involved in hydroelectric power construction. There is still a fourth project which is functioning today--the Snettisham installation near Juneau which is not considered in this paper. A complex decision-making process determines the progress of such large projects. In following these three Alaskan projects, we can gain a better perspective on the roles of the several government agencies and the public; thus we can assess some of the inherent complexities. Such an assessment fully substantiates the conclusion that it takes more than moving dirt to build a dam.The work upon which this completion report is based was supported by funds provided by the U. S. Department of the Interior, Office of Water Research and Technology as authorized under the Water Resources Research Act of 1964, Public Law 88-379, as amended

    Book Reviews: The Shawnee ; Et al.

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    Book Reviews edited by Walter Darrell Haden The Shawnee, Ronald N. Satz, Ph.D. The Life and Adventures of Daniel Boone, Marvin Downing, Ph.D. John Hunt Morgan and His Raiders, Robert G. Cowser Laura Clay and the Woman\u27s Rights Movement, Kellie F. Jones, Ph.D. Kentucky Folk Architecture, Neil Graves, Ph.D. The Civil War In Kentucky, Lonnie E. Maness Country Living, Martha Y. Battle Mind and Image: An Essay on Art and Architecture, Joel M. Haden A Bestiary, William E. Bennett The Hatfields and the McCoys, Don Malon

    Book Review

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    The Hieroglyph of Tradition: Freud, Benjamin, Gadamer, Novalis, Kant (Angelika Rauch) (Reviewed by Irving Massey, SUNY at Buffalo) Stranger from Paradise: A Biography of William Blake (G. E. Bentley) (Reviewed by Kathryn Freeman, University of Miami) Disarming the Nation: Women’s Writing and the American Civil War (Elizabeth Young) (Reviewed by Joseph Helminski, University of Toledo) Women’s Holocaust Writing: Memory and Imagination (S. Lillian Kremer) (Reviewed by Meri-Jane Rochelson, Florida International University) Fables of Modernity: Literature and Culture in the English Eighteenth Century (Laura Brown) (Reviewed by Jodi L. Wyett, Xavier University) Led by Language: The Poetry and Poetics of Susan Howe (Rachel Tzvia Back) (Reviewed by Megan Simpson, Pennsylvania State University) Edward Abbey: A Life (James M. Cahalan) (Reviewed by James N. Wise, University of Missouri—Rolla) William Hazlitt and Leigh Hunt: The Continuing Dialogue (Payson G. Gates;Ed. and anno, Eleanor M. Gates) (Reviewed by Robert K. Lapp, Mount Allison University

    First and Second Year Law Class and Class Officers

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    p. 217-218 from the 1933 Pandora, yearbook of the University of Georgia. Courtesy of the Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries Class Officers Second Year Class: Ernest M. Smith, McDonough, President; Cleburne E. Gregory, Jr., Decatur, Vice-President; Henry Stewart, Cedartown, Secretary; Margaret Fortson, Athens, Treasurer; Bernard William Franklin, August, Honor Court Representative; Joseph Henry Thomas, Jesup, Honor Court Representative. First Year Class: Dean F. Yow, Athens, President; Glenn W. Ellard, Cornelia, Vice-President; Lewis R. Morgan, LaGrange, Treasurer; Wade V. Mallard, Augusta, Secretary; Paul Lindsay, Atlanta, Honor Court Representative; Julian Gortatowsky, Albany, Honor Court Representative. Class Members: Harry S. Aiken, Statesboro; Fred Agnew Birchmore, Athens; Jason O\u27Neal Chandler, Carnesville; Schuyler W. Clark, Rockmart: Edward L. Cody, Atlanta; Theodore Earl Day, Gainesville; James Edward Evitt, Ringgold; Neal Mark Frankline, Augusta; Warner B. Gibbs, Jesup; John Littleton Glover, Newnan; Woodrow W. Greene, Atlanta; Henry Mayhew Henderson, Atlanta; Harold Allen Hunter, Athens; Charles R. Jenkins, LaGrange; Inslee M. Johnson, Alma; Arthur L. Kelly, Atlanta; Carl Levy, Atlanta; Robert Chapel Mathews, Athens; Hunt Chipley Maxwell, Columbus; Frank Radford Mitchell, Jr., Atlanta; Viryln B. Moore, Jr., Bolton; William O. McBrayer, Warrenton; John Willis McDonald, Fitzgerald; Dorris Nowell, Augusta; Robert Benton Odom, Jr., Newton, Richard E. Paulson, Ames, Iowa; Oscar William Roberts, Carrollton; Maurice Steinberg, Augusta; Joe Everett Stewart, Clarkesville; Frank Meador Swift, Atlanta; Joe Kenimer Telford, Cleveland; William Morgan Thomas, Montezume; Burton Lamar Tillman, Valdosta; John D. Todd, Jr., Greenville, SC; Robert Moody Twitty, Darlington, SC; Vincent M. Veseley, Silver City, NM; Osgood O. Williams, Crawfordville; Groover C. Willis, Jr., Columbus; William Edward Wooten, Shellman; Gregsby Hart Wotten, Athens; Cam U. Young, Jr., Valdost

    Utah Farm & Home Science Vol. 26 No. 1, March 1965

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    Farm and Home Science, twenty-five years, by Wynne Thorne 3 Utah and the production of scientists, by H. E. Zabel 4 Utah wood and California fireplaces, by Allen LeBaron and Walter H. Johnson 7 Staphylococcal synovitis of turkeys, by R. A. Smart and M. L. Miner 12 Extended grazing of crested wheatgrass by cattle, by Lorin E. Harris, Neil C. Frischknecht and Earl M. Sudweeks 14 Water in the soil IS different, by Sterling A. Taylor 18 Ram fertility, by Warren C. Foote and C. V. Hulet 20 Impact of artificial trees on the Utah Christmas tree market, by John D. Hunt and William D. Poulsen 22 In memoriam, Gladys Loynd Harrison 27 New research facilities, by Wayne Binns 28 Vice president for research appointed 2

    Alumnae - student activity building for Wilson College

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    Thesis (M.Arch.) Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture, 1947.by William M. Hunt.M.Arch

    Diferentes "estilos" ou "personalidades" cientĂ­ficas: um estudo de caso

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    Dentro da história da ciencia é possível encontrar exemplos de diferentes "estilos" ou "personahdades" científicas. Estudiosos que vivem em urna mesma época mmtas vezes reagem de modos completamente diferentes -algumas vezes antagónicos- ao trabalho científico em geral (hipóteses, teorías ou experimentos), sejam eles feítos por eles mesmos ou por seus colegas. As razões apostas caracterizam os casos limite. Entretanto, nem sempre aparece um contraste Uio claro, existindo várias nuances entre os extremos N este trabalho descreveremos u m exemplo histórico de um caso limite, analisando as atitudes de dais dentistas que contribuíram para o desenvolvimento da chamada genética clássica o estilo rigoroso de William Bateson (1861-1926) e o estilo prático de Thomas Hunt Morgan (l866-1945)
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