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  • ...[Edwin Abbott Abbott]], English schoolmaster, theologian, and author (d. [[1926]]) *[[1861]] - [[Ivana Kobilca]], Slovenian painter (d. [[1926]])
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  • '''Emil Kraepelin''' ([[February 15]], [[1856]]–[[October 7]], [[1926]]) was a [[Germany|German]] [[psychiatrist]]. He is seen as being the foun **Vol. VII: Kraepelin in Munich, Teil II: 1914-1926 (2008, forthcoming)
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  • *[[1926]] - [[Andy Griffith]], American actor *1926 - [[Marilyn Monroe]], American actress (d. [[1962]])
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  • ...Farmers Light & Power Company, and the St. Cloud Electric Power Company in 1926; and the St. Paul Gas Light Company, Sauk Rapids Water Power Company, South ...m unexplained health problems including an unusually high number of cancer deaths," Julie Forster wrote in a July 1999 Corporate Report-Minnesota article.
    30 KB (4,533 words) - 21:21, 5 March 2008
  • *''[[Myers v. United States]]'', {{ussc|272|52|1926}} (opinion for the Court) [[Category:1930 deaths]]
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  • In 1926, Johnson enrolled in [[Texas State University–San Marcos|Southwest Texas ...he number of American deaths rose. In two weeks in May 1968 alone American deaths numbered 1,800 with total casualties at 18,000. Alluding to the ''[[Domino
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  • ...aptic.bc.ca/ejournal/jackson.htm Indian Removal</ref> This resulted in the deaths of over 4,000 Cherokees on the "[[Trail of Tears]]." ...ations of the Americans, Creek Indians, British, and Spanish, 1813-1815'' (1926)
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  • [[Image:HooverCommerce1926.jpg|right|thumb|In this 1926 photo, William P. McCracken, assistant secretary of commerce for civil avia ...Hoover also hosted two national conferences on street traffic, in 1924 and 1926 (a third convened in 1930, during Hoover's presidency). Collectively the m
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  • ...S. Darrow. |publisher=[[Time (magazine)]] |date=Monday, [[November 1]], [[1926]] |accessdate=2007-08-21 }}</ref> [[Category:1923 deaths]]
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  • ...tral or not, violating international law and resulting in visible American deaths. ...cy. Presidential Messages, Addresses, and Other Papers (1913-1917)'' 2 vol 1926 (ISBN 0-89875-775-4
    78 KB (11,614 words) - 16:36, 1 April 2008
  • From 1926-1928, Nixon attended [[Fullerton High School (California)|Fullerton High Sc [[Category:1994 deaths]]
    73 KB (10,732 words) - 15:31, 22 April 2008
  • ...lyzed. He tried a wide range of therapies, including hydrotherapy, and, in 1926, he purchased a resort at [[Warm Springs, Georgia|Warm Springs]], [[Georgia ...finding the Labor Relations and Social Security Acts to be constitutional. Deaths and retirements on the Supreme Court soon allowed Roosevelt to make his own
    114 KB (16,381 words) - 17:13, 1 April 2008
  • * [[Carl Sandburg]] ''Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years'' (2 vol 1926); ''The War Years'' (4 vol 1939). Pulitzer Prize winning biography by famou [[Category:1865 deaths]]
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  • He was not reelected in 1924 but in 1926 was elected the presiding judge for the court and reelected in 1930. [[Category:1972 deaths]]
    117 KB (17,380 words) - 17:08, 1 April 2008
  • *[[Alfred Bloom]] ([[1926]] - present) [[Category:1564 deaths|Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor]]
    109 KB (16,450 words) - 18:35, 9 June 2008
  • [18:20] <BobTheWikipedian> involuntary, but so are rifle deaths [14:44] <Qcoder00> BY my rules anything tesla published in the US pripr to 1926 should be OK
    1.71 MB (227,625 words) - 19:00, 8 February 2015