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  • ...rovided for the admission of [[Directory:Maine|Maine]] as a free state and Missouri as a slave state in the following year. Jefferson City is the capital and S ...Independence, Missouri; and by 1845, Kansas City, Missouri. Independence, Missouri was the most popular "jumping off" point on the Oregon Trail.
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  • ...changing it to. Blogs and message boards are unacceptable, it needs to be from a reliable news source (ESPN, SI, major newspaper, etc.) Changes without a ...pril 2008, Pujols has now wrested the career #1 [[batting average]] leader from Suzuki, by a fraction of a point; both at .332 with Helton third at .331.
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  • ...igion=nominal [[Episcopal Church USA|Episcopal]] [http://www.adherents.com/people/pm/James_Monroe.html] ...ce in the [[Americas]], as well as breaking all ties with France remaining from the War of 1812.
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  • ...were descendants of Ice Age hunters. Little is known of these "Red Paint" people - so named because of the red clay with which they lined the graves of thei ...ons, the Micmacs of eastern Maine and New Brunswick were largely a warlike people, while the more numerous Abnakis (or Wabanakis) were a peaceful nation, giv
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  • | order2=[[United States Senator]] <br> from [[New Hampshire]] ...ted States]], serving from 1853 to 1857. To date, he is the only president from [[New Hampshire]].
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  • ...[United States House of Representatives|U.S. House of Representatives]]<br>from [[Massachusetts]]'s [[Massachusetts's 8th congressional district|8th]], [[M ...an [[envoy]] to [[France]] from 1778 until 1779 and to the [[Netherlands]] from 1780 until 1782. During this period, he acquired his early education at ins
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  • ...Anasazi cultures. Sometime between A.D. 1130 and 1180, the Anasazi drifted from their high-walled towns to evolve into today's Pueblo Indians, so named by ...Florida in 1527. A series of storms and shipwrecks stranded four survivors from this expedition near present-day Galveston, Texas. This group, which includ
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  • ...the excessive deposit of collagen. It is going to affect at least 300,000 people in the U.S. Scleroderma is four times as common in women than it is in men ...eas or lesions or they may have many larger ones. Many people that suffer from scleroderma have Raynaud’s phenomenon and this is an arthritic vascular s
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  • ...rsmen who spent long periods hunting in this area) came over the mountains from the Carolinas and Virginia, prevailed over the Cherokee, and made ineffectu ...d routes as the Wilderness Road and Cumberland Gap. Others poled keelboats from the Ohio up the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers.
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  • | order5= [[United States Senator]] from [[New York]] ...New York|Kinderhook]]'', was the eighth [[President of the United States]] from 1837 to 1841. Before his presidency, he served as the eighth [[Vice Preside
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  • |birth_place=[[Lamar, Missouri]] |death_place=[[Kansas City, Missouri]]
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  • ...es of America|Episcopal]] (possibly a [[Deist]]) [http://www.adherents.com/people/pt/John_Tyler.html] ...r than as [[Acting President of the United States|acting president]], came from the influence of the [[William Henry Harrison#Administration and Cabinet|Ha
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  • ..., [[1874]]) was the thirteenth [[President of the United States]], serving from 1850 until 1853, and the last member of the [[Whig Party (United States)|Wh Fillmore was descended from [[Scottish people|Scottish]] [[Presbyterian]]s on his father's side and English dissenters on
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  • ...the United States|sixteenth]] [[President of the United States]], serving from [[March 4]], [[1861]] until his [[Abraham Lincoln assassination|assassinati ..., whom he would call "Mother" for the rest of his life, but he was distant from his father.<ref> Donald, (1995) pp. 28, 152.</ref>
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  • | order4= [[Delegate]] from [[Virginia]] to [[Congress of the Confederation|The Congress of the Confede | order6= [[Delegate]] from [[Virginia]] to [[Second Continental Congress|The Second Continental Congre
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  • ...[United States House of Representatives|U.S. House of Representatives]]<br>from [[Tennessee]]'s [[Tennessee's 6th congressional district|6th]] & [[Tennesse ...]], [[1849]]) was the eleventh [[President of the United States]], serving from [[March 4]], [[1845]] to [[March 4]], [[1849]]. Polk was born in [[Mecklenb
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  • ...election, 1912|1912]] that forced Roosevelt out of the GOP and left Taft's people in charge for decades. William Howard Taft remains the only U.S. President ...of War [[Elihu Root]] replied, "How's the horse?" In 1878, Taft graduated from Yale, ranking second in his class out of 121.<ref>[http://www.arlingtonceme
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  • ...iorated occasionally in [[January]] and [[February]] by warm chinook winds from the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains ...mitter of carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels; water pollution from runoff of pesticides and fertilizers; limited natural fresh water resources
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  • ...ed." He had no executive powers, but the similarity of titles has confused people into thinking there were other presidents before Washington. Merrill Jensen ...] in 1795; he used his prestige to get it ratified over intense opposition from the [[Democratic-Republican Party|Jeffersonians]]. Although never officiall
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