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  • On 8-21-67, Captain Morrill was the pilot of one of four Air Force F105s, which left Tekhli Royal Thai Base to strike the Yen Vien rail yard six miles northeast of Hanoi.

    Parker, Maxim C.

  • Captain Morrill's status was changed to killed in action/body not recovered.

    Parker, Maxim C.

  • Captain Morrill and Captain Powell were listed as missing in action.

    Parker, Maxim C.

  • During the strike, the F105s of Captain Morrill and his wing man Captain Lynn Kesler Powell were seen to explode, when struck by anti aircraft fire.

    Parker, Maxim C.

  • This became the law commonly known as the Morrill tariff act, which, from the time of its introduction to this day, had been the subject of debate, amendment, criticism and praise.

    Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet An Autobiography.

  • July 2nd, 1862, often called the Morrill Act. The conditions demanded by the

    History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868

  • The first important duty imposed upon me as chairman of the committee on education was when there came up a bill for disposing of the proceeds of public lands appropriated by the government of the United States to institutions for scientific and technical education, under what was then known as the Morrill Act of 1862.

    Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White, Volume I

  • The Legislature of Alabama, in further recognition of the merits of this institution, selected it as the recipient of that portion of the Congressional grant under act approved August 30, 1890, known as the Morrill Fund "for the more complete endowment and maintenance of colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts," given to Alabama for Negro Education.

    Evidences of Progress Among Colored People

  • Execs such as Morrill, Stainton, etc... are almost always given the opportunity to "step down" when a new regime rolls in - often because they have time left on their contracts to which the company is obligated.

    Change At Top of Diz Toons?

  • My father remained a Whig, which put him in line, sometimes, with the Northern men then coming into prominence, such as Morrill of New England, and young Sherman from across the mountains, who believed in the tariff in spite of what

    The Way of a Man


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