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Marie-Victorin (disambiguation)

Marie-Victorin may refer to: Marie-Victorin, an electoral district within the borough of Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie for the Montreal City Council Prix Marie-Victorin, an award for scientific achievement in Quebec Commission scolaire Marie-Victorin ...

Thomas J. Campbell

Thomas J. Campbell may refer to: Tom Campbell California politician born 1952, American economist and California state official Tom Campbell Canadian politician 1927–2012, mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia Thomas Joseph Campbell 1871–1946, Iri ...

Irving Park

Washington Irving Memorial Park and Arboretum, a park and arboretum in Bixby, Oklahoma, U.S. Irving Park Portland, Oregon, a park in northeast Portland, Oregon, U.S. Irving Nature Park, a park near Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Glendon

Glendon, Pennsylvania, borough in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States Glendon lost settlement, deserted village in Northamptonshire, England Glendon, Alberta, village in Alberta, Canada

Fred Archer

Fred or Frederick Archer may refer to: Fred W. Archer 1859–1936, member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, 1913–1917 Frederic Archer 1838–1901, British composer and organist Fred R. Archer 1889–1963, photographer and co-inventor of the photo ...

Organizing

Organizing or organized may refer to: Organizing model, a broad conception of organizations such as trade unions Organizing management, a process of coordinating task goals and activities to resources Community organizing, in which communities co ...

David Blake

David Blake may refer to: DJ Quik born David Blake, 1970, stage name of U.S. rapper/record producer David Blake cricketer 1925–2015, former English cricketer David Blake born 1971, known as StankDawg, founder of the hacking group Digital DawgPoun ...

Provenchere

Provencher Boulevard, St. Boniface, Winnipeg Joseph Provencher 1843–1887, Canadian journalist and politician Norbert Provencher 1787–1853, Canadian clergyman Provencher Bridge, downtown Winnipeg Ecole Provencher, a school in the St. Boniface neig ...

Crystal Beach

Crystal Beach may refer to one of the following locations: Crystal Beach, Ontario, community in Fort Erie, Ontario Crystal Beach Florida, unincorporated community and a beach located in Pinellas County, Florida White Crystal Beach, Maryland, unin ...

John Pennington

John Pennington may refer to: John Pennington, 3rd Baronet, British Member of Parliament for Cumberland John L. Pennington 1829–1900, American newspaper publisher, politician, and the fifth Governor of Dakota Territory John Penington, or Penningt ...

Robert Kelley (disambiguation)

Robert Kelley was the 11th president of the University of North Dakota. Robert Kelley may also refer to: Robert Kelley American football born 1992, American football running back Bob Kelley 1917–1966, American football and baseball broadcaster Ro ...

Kalyanpur

Kalyanpur, Sagarmatha, headquarters of Khadak Municipality in Saptari District Kalyanpur Jabadi, a village development committee in Siraha District in the Sagarmatha Zone Kalyanpur, Bagmati, a village development committee in Nuwakot District in ...

Norman Mitchell (disambiguation)

Norman Mitchell was an English television, stage and film actor Norman Mitchell may also refer to Norman Mitchell rugby league, rugby league footballer of the 1950s Lieutenant Colonel Coulson Norman Mitchell 1889–1978, Canadian soldier and recipi ...

Morrissey (disambiguation)

Morrissey, born Steven Patrick Morrissey, English singer-songwriter and former lead singer of The Smiths Morrissey may also refer to: Morrissey surname

Taft High School

Taft School or Taft High School may refer to: Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut, founded by Horace Dutton Taft, William Howard Tafts brother Schools named after William Howard Taft: William Howard Taft High School Chicago William Howard Taft ...

Dafydd Roberts

Dafydd Roberts was an activist and chairman of the Capel Celyn Defence Committee during the movement to save the village of Capel Celyn, which was flooded to create the Treweryn Reservoir. Roberts was born in Weirglodd-ddu, Capel Celyn, Merioneth ...

List of places named after animals

Tarcoola, South Australia, named after the 1893 Melbourne Cup winner Alexandria Bucephalous, former city founded by Alexander the Great in memory of his beloved horse Bucephalus Coronach, Saskatchewan, community in Canada named after the 1926 Der ...

Zeppelin LZ 38

Airship LZ 38 was the first of the new P class, of which a total of 21 were built for the army and navy by the end of 1915. With a length of 163.5 metres 536 ft, the ships were the longest zeppelins to date. With this increase in size the diamete ...

General Federation of Mines and Metallurgy

The General Federation of Mines and Metallurgy is a trade union representing workers in the metal and mining industries in France. The union was established in 1984, when the General Federation of Metallurgy merged with the Federation of Miners. ...

Lost in the Arctic

Lost in the Arctic is a lost 1911 American silent drama film that portrayed the Inuit or "Eskimo" culture in the northern coastal area of Labrador. Directed by William V. Mong and produced by the Selig Polyscope Company, the "one-reeler" costarre ...

Tottenham (disambiguation)

Tottenham is a suburb of London, England Tottenham may also refer to: Tottenham cake, a sponge cake with pink icing. Municipal Borough of Tottenham, a former administrative district in England SS Tottenham, the name of five different British stea ...

Lucy OReilly Schell

Lucy OReilly Schell was an American racing driver, team owner, and businesswoman. Her racing endeavours focused mainly on Grand Prix and rallying. She is the first American woman to compete in an international Grand Prix race. She is the first an ...

Face Mountain

Face Mountain is a 5.052 ft mountain summit located in the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains, in the U.S. state of Alaska. The peak is situated 4.2 mi west-northwest of Skagway, and 4.3 mi north of Mount Harding, on land managed by Tongass N ...

Bengough

Bengough No. 40, Saskatchewan, a rural municipality in Canada Bengough electoral district, a provincial electoral district in Saskatchewan Bengough, Saskatchewan, a town in Canada

Manley

Manley may refer to: Manley Career Academy High School, Chicago, Illinois USS Manley TB-23, a torpedo boat purchased in 1898 Manley, Nebraska, United States, a village USS Manley DD-940, a Forrest Sherman-class destroyer commissioned in 1957 Manl ...

Elif Naci

Elif Naci Kalpakçıoğlu, best known as Elif Naci, was a Turkish painter, illustrator and writer. Elif Naci was born in Gelibolu, Çanakkale, Ottoman Empire in 1898. He studied painting at the "Higher School of Fine Arts" Ottoman Turkish: Sanayi-i N ...

Hardin

Lil Hardin Armstrong 1898–1971, American jazz musician and second wife of Louis Armstrong Hardin surname Hardin, character in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem Charles Hardin Holley Buddy Holly 1936–1959, American ...

Kiniski

Kiniski may refer to: Kiniski Gardens, Edmonton, a neighborhood named for Julia Kiniski Kiniski Elementary School, located in Kiniski Gardens, Edmonton. Julia Kiniski 1899–1969, local politician in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Antigonish (disambiguation)

Geography Municipality of the County of Antigonish, an incorporated county municipality in Nova Scotia, Canada Antigonish, Nova Scotia, a town in Nova Scotia, Canada Electoral districts Antigonish electoral district Antigonish provincial electora ...

City of York (disambiguation)

City of York is a local government district in Yorkshire, England. City of York may also refer to: City of York barque, an 1.194-ton iron barque which sank off Rottnest Island, Australia, in 1899 York, Toronto, a former city within the current ci ...

John McFarlane (disambiguation)

John McFarlane is the chairman of Barclays. John McFarlane may also refer to: John McFarlane footballer 1911–?, Scottish footballer Liverpool FC John Hector McFarlane John McFarlane Canadian politician, Ontario MPP for Middlesex East riding, 1912 ...

Hood Bay

Hood Bay, also known as Hoods Bay and Hootz Bay, is an inlet in Alaska, United States. It is situated on the western shore of Admiralty Island in the Alexander Archipelago in Southeast Alaska. Hood Bay is located in the Hoonah–Angoon Census Area ...

Paul Cooper

Paul Cooper may refer to: Paul Shipton born 1963, childrens author who used pseudonym Paul Cooper Paul Fenimore Cooper 1899–1970, American traveler and author of childrens books and non-fiction Paul Cooper composer 1926–1996, American composer Pa ...

Edgemont

Edgemont, South Dakota Greenville, Westchester County, New York, commonly known as Edgemont Edgemont Historic District, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Edgemont, Arkansas Edgemont, Pennsylvania, a community in Su ...

Annie Mikpiga

Annie Mikpiga was an Inuit artist who lived in Nunavik, Quebec. Her prints can be found in a number of public galleries and museums in Canada.

Wickersham House

Wickersham House may refer to any of the following residences of James Wickersham. Wickersham lived in these houses from 1900 until his death in 1939: Wickersham House Eagle, Alaska, part of the Eagle Historic District, listed on the National Reg ...

Captain Trips

Captain Trips may refer to: Captain Trips, a fictional disease from the novel The first part of Stephen Kings novel The Stand The Stand: Captain Trips, the first volume of The Stand comic adaptation Captain Trips Wild Cards, a fictional character ...

Devonian (disambiguation)

Devonian Gardens Calgary, an indoor near Calgary, Canada Devonian Way, a highway west of Edmonton, Canada University of Alberta Botanic Garden, formerly Devonian Botanic Garden, near Devon, Alberta, Canada

Lockport

In Canada Lockport, Manitoba, an unincorporated community Lockport, Newfoundland and Labrador, a settlement In the United States Lockport, Illinois, a city Lockport Historic District Lockport, Louisiana, a town Lockport, Kentucky in Henry County ...

Jonathan Beaton

Jonathan Beaton is an American former journalist, and media commentator. He rose to public prominence with a high profile legal battle with his former employer Sinclair Broadcast Group. Beaton, a Republican, spent less than one year at Sinclair s ...

Bayview

Australia Bayview, Northern Territory Bayview, New South Wales Canada Bayview station Toronto, a TTC subway station located on the above road Bayview, Newfoundland and Labrador Bayview Avenue, a road in Toronto, Ontario Bayview, Calgary, a neighb ...

Slocan

Slocan, British Columbia or Slocan City, a village in the Slocan Valley, British Columbia, Canada South Slocan, British Columbia, an unincorporated community on the Kootenay River, British Columbia, Canada Slocan Park, British Columbia, an uninco ...

Santiago Ontañon

Santiago Ontañon was a Spanish actor and art director, designing the sets for a number of film productions. His sister Sara Ontañon was a film editor. He was a friend of director Luis Buñuel.

The Man from Hard Pan

Ben Corbett as Jack Burton Rosa Gore as Sarah Lackey Eugenia Gilbert as Elizabeth Warner Paul Hurst as Larry Lackey Murdock MacQuarrie as Henry Hardy Leo D. Maloney as Robert Alan Al Hart as Sheriff

Sturgeon River

Sturgeon River Manitoba in northern Manitoba and Ontario Sturgeon River Alberta, which flows into the North Saskatchewan River northeast of Fort Saskatchewan Sturgeon River Lake Nipissing, in the Nipissing, Sudbury and Timiskaming Districts, flow ...

Edmonton-Belmont

Edmonton-Belmont was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1971 to 1993.

Aerocar (disambiguation)

Aero Car 1921 automobile, a planned American automobile Aerocar 1905 automobile, an American automobile built from 1905 to 1908 Aero Car 1919 automobile, a British 5/7 hp 533 W flat twin-engine cyclecar manufactured from 1919 to 1920

Bill MacDonald

Bill MacDonald or Macdonald may refer to: Bill MacDonald Ontario politician, Ontario Liberal Party politician, Ontario, Canada Bill MacDonald Nova Scotia politician, member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, Canada Bill MacDonald wrestler c. 1 ...

William McKee

William McKee may refer to: William J. McKee soldier 1853–?, U.S. Brigadier-general William F. McKee 1906–1987, general in the U.S. Air Force Sir William Cecil McKee, Lord Mayor of Belfast William J. McKee 1850–1929, Ontario, Canada merchant and ...

Red berry

Redberry or Red Berry may refer to: Redberry Lake Saskatchewan Red Berry Texas politician 1899–1969, member of Texas House of Representatives and Senate Rhamnus crocea, a Northwest American shrub in the buckthorn family Vaccinium vitis-idaea, com ...