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they built a dentist’s office near that school bus event were i found the dead animal School Bus « Arthur2rcasc’s Blog he is in the crest of Wisconsin – liken – there was a skunk there the other day, for days, and he stunk – for days – Belle Isle – Newfoundland – St. John’s
w1.red giant – 1a « Arthur2rcasc’s Blog we have a hit on my blog Weather Causes TV Tower Collapse thank you bell Canada for correcting my bills – we are confirmed on turn key two – missile launch coordinates initiated – missile silos are active one through 5 FAIRCHILD, Wis — A Wisconsin television station that was knocked off the air when a 2,000-foot-tall transmitting tower toppled is back up and running. WEAU-TV had to deliver its Tuesday night news over the Internet in eastern Eau Claire County. The weather was windy and icy at the time, but the tower in Fairchild has stood through Wisconsin’s worst conditions since 1966. Fairchild Fire Department spokesperson Stacy Tanner said no one was hurt when the tower came down. It did collapse in three different directions, blocking part of a highway. WEAU-TV – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NBC Two of them were historic firsts – the first complete telecast of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, and the first complete telecast of Verdi‘s Aida, performed in concert rather than with scenery and costumes. The Aida telecast starred Herva Nelli and Richard Tucker.
The Little White Schoolhouse in Ripon, Wisconsin held the nation’s first meeting of the Republican Party - my little white house the other day on the corner i posted to, and stated i need to go back for further information, but Aunt Pat, i think i picked up a Peacock in your back yard, near a Roman Catholic Church – St Pius, in Brantford, Ontario, around the corner from Elmwood Ave – my paper route area The Roman Catholic Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, in La Crosse, Wisconsin Now located at the southeast corner of Blackburn and Blossom Streets in Ripon, it has been moved several times. La Follette, Sr. making a radio speech shortly before his death.
David Sarnoff (Belarusian: Даві́д Сарно́ў, Russian: Дави́д Сарно́в, February 27, 1891 – December 12, 1971) was born in Uzlyany, a small Jewish village, and emigrated to the United States and raised funds to bring the family. Sarnoff spent much of his early childhood in a cheder studying and memorizing the Torah. He immigrated with his mother and three brothers and one sister to New York City in 1900, where he helped support his family by selling newspapers before and after his classes at the Educational Alliance. In 1906 his father became incapacitated by tuberculosis, and at age 15 Sarnoff went to work to support the family. He had planned to pursue a full-time career in the newspaper business, but a chance encounter led to a position as an office boy at the Commercial Cable Company. When his superior refused him unpaid leave for Rosh Hashanah, he joined the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America on September 30, 1906, and started a career of over sixty years in electronic communications. In 1911 he installed and operated the wireless equipment on a ship hunting seals off Newfoundland and Labrador, and used the technology to relay the first remote medical diagnosis from the ship’s doctor to a radio operator at Belle Isle with an infected tooth. Newfoundland. The following year, he led two other operators at the Wanamaker station in an effort to confirm the fate of the Titanic.
Jean Nicolet (Nicollet) de Belleborne (Ca. 1598 – 1 November 1642) was a French coureur des bois noted for exploring Green Bay in what is now the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Nicolet (Nicollet) was born in Cherbourg, Normandy, France, the son of Thomas Nicollet who was "messenger ordinary of the King between Paris and Cherbourg", and Marguerite de la Mer. In 1618, Nicolet came to Quebec as a clerk and to train as an interpreter for the Compagnie des Marchands, a trading monopoly owned by members of the French aristocracy. As an employee, Jean Nicolet was a devotee of the Roman Catholic Church and a faithful supporter of the Ancien Régime From a relationship with a Nipissing native, a woman named Elisabeth Manitoukoue une Sauvagesse de Nipissing (translation of the French "an Indian woman from Nipissing"), he had a daughter, Madeleine Euphrosine Nicolet, whom he later brought back with him to the colony. On July 19, 1629, when Quebec fell to the Kirke brothers who took control for England, Jean Nicolet fled back into the safety of the Huron country and worked against English interests until the French were restored to power.
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