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  • [24] A fairly good account of the Underground Railroad will be found in William Still's _Underground Railroad_, Philadelphia, 1872, in W.M. M.tchell's _Underground Railway_, London, 1860; in W.H. Siebert's

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919

  • _Chapters of Erie_ (1886), exposes early railroad practices; H.G. Pearson, _An American Railroad Builder_ (1911), presents the career of J.M. Forbes as a railroad president; A.T. Hadley, _Railroad

    The United States Since the Civil War

  • This Railroad is a small, clandestine network of several shelters, located mostly in Baghdad, for the countless but commonly overlooked victims of the war in Iraq: women who have been raped, battered or forced into prostitution, or women who, accused of bringing dishonor to their families by having been abused, have been rejected or even threatened with death by their relatives.

    Baghdad’s underground railroad « Dating Jesus

  • WHEREAS the Alaska Railroad is the only means by which substantial quantities of vitally needed materials and supplies can be transported to interior points in the Territory of Alaska; and

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 9969

  • Administration of the said Employees 'Compensation Act, as amended, with respect to employees of the Alaska Railroad is hereby placed in the Federal Security Agency, to which the functions of the United States Employees' Compensation Commission were transferred by Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1946.1 3.

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 9804

  • His voice can be heard on American Adventure, the Country Bear Jamboree, and the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster, as well as in Sleeping Beauty, Lady and the Tramp, Mary Poppins, 101 Dalmatians, and Bedknobs and Broomsticks.

    Friday Pix

  • Alternatively, try to construct a link spur to Big ThunderMountain Railroad at Disney.

    Matthew Yglesias » Obama HSR Agenda Will Still Leave China With the Fastest Trains

  • The MetroNorth Railroad is always entertaining, despite the hardship.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The necessity (means-end) requirement of legislative action was underscored by the USSC in Railroad Retirement Board et al.v. Alton R.Co. (1935) (emphasis added):

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Lawsuits Against the Health Care Bill

  • The amount of misinformation on quilts and the role they played in the Underground Railroad is staggering.

    The Myth Of the Quilt

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