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  1. A pleistocene section from Des Moines south to Allerton (Iowa Acad. of Sci. Proc) by John Littlefield Tilton, 1913
  2. Statistical presentation (Littlefield college outlines) by John Holmes Myers, 1965
  4. Modern Chivalry: Containing the Adventures of Captain John Farrago and Teague O'Reagan, His Servant (Rowman & Littlefield Masterworks of American Literature) by Hugh Henry Brackenridge, 2004-01
  5. Production and Autonomy: Anthropological Studies and Critiques of Development (Monographs in economic anthropology)
  6. Index to Plays in Collections
  7. Marketing by John R. Kerr, James E. Littlefield, 1974-07
  8. John Forster by James A. Davies, 1983-06
  9. John Paul II and the Jewish People: A Christian-Jewish Dialogue by David G. Dalin, 2007-11-28
  10. John Hoskyns: Serjeant-at-Law by Baird W. Whitlock, 1982-11
  11. John Macmurray: Community beyond Political Philosophy (Twentieth-Century Political Thinkers.) by Frank G. Kirkpatrick, 2005-03-22
  12. Tragedy and Tragicomedy in the Plays of John Webster by Jacqueline Pearson, 1980-06
  13. John Gower's Literary Transformations in the Confessio Amantis: Original Articles and Translations by Peter Beidler, 1983-01
  14. Anthropologist at Play: Balladmongering in Ireland and Its Consequences for Research by John C. Messenger, 1983-10

61. Bevis
6 Dum Richard 4 Dum Tho 2 Durdal Hough, littlefield servant Ffrey john of Basing, john 30, carpenter, servant Knight john, carpenter and littlefield
The Bevis left Southampton May 1638 for New England with her master Robert Batten. The following Lists of New England Emigrants are from Her Majesty's State Paper Office SOUTHAMPTON.- The list of the names of Passeng. Intended to shipe thmesleues, In the Beuist of Hampton of CL. Tonnes, Robert Batten Mr for Newengland, And thsu by vertue of the Lord Treasurers warrant of the second of May w'th was after the restrayat and they some Dayes gone to sea Before the Kinges Mat'es Proelamacon Came boto South'uon. No. of Persons. The nomb'r of passeng'rs aboue mentioned are Sixtie and one Soules. Tho: Wurfres Coll. And Sear' Hen: Champante Cust's. D. Dingley Compt'r [Endorsement.]Southotn, 1628. The sert. And list of the Passeng'rs names gone for New England in the Bevis of Hampton, in May 1638. Bevis web pages: Back to Pilgrim Ship Lists Back to Genealogy Main Page

62. Gregg Martin WAGER
Charity littlefield. 4.+Deborah littlefield. 5. john littlefield. 6. Lydia littlefield. 7. Patience littlefield. 8. Mercy littlefield
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  • BIRTH [baptized 1 NOV] 1624, Titchfield, Hampshire County, ENGLAND DEATH 9 FEB 1697, Wells, York County, Maine
Father: Edmund LITTLEFIELD Mother: Agnes AUSTIN Family 1 Patience WAKEFIELD
  • MARRIAGE : 1645, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts
Samuel LITTLEFIELD Mary LITTLEFIELD Charity LITTLEFIELD Deborah LITTLEFIELD John LITTLEFIELD Lydia LITTLEFIELD Patience LITTLEFIELD Mercy LITTLEFIELD Elizabeth LITTLEFIELD Eliab LITTLEFIELD Josiah LITTLEFIELD Francis LITTLEFIELD m ca1589 Edmund LITTLEFIELD m 1614 Mary ? m ca1589 John LITTLEFIELD m 1645 William AUSTIN m before1548 Richard AUSTIN m 1585 Margaret WRIGLEY m before1548 Agnes AUSTIN m 1614 Anne ? m 1585 TIMELINE INDEX PEDIGREE Commissioned a lieutenant 29 MAY 1668 and placed in charge at Wells, Maine, in 1675. Became a captain in 1690. Owned a large portion of land in what is now Ogunquit, Maine. Some sources mention a first wife, Mary Mere, although the marriage dates between the two wives would be difficult to reckon (the record in question lists the marriage to Mary Mere on 9 MAR 1650 in Dedham, with up to five children); there were probably two different John Littlefields. LINKS:

63. John Wakefield/Elizabeth Littlefield
Name john littlefield Born ABT 1668 at Wells, York, Maine Married at Died 1693 at Spouses Hester Harbor. Name Henry littlefield Born ABT 1672 at
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Husband: John Wakefield Born: ABT 1618 at: of Watertown, Litchfield, Ct Married: at: Died: at: New Haven, New Haven, Ct Father: Mother: Other Spouses: Mrs. Ann Wakefield NOTES Wife: Elizabeth Littlefield Born: at: Died: at: Father: Mother: Other Spouses: CHILDREN Name: Born: ABT 1662 at: Wells, York, Maine Married: at: Died: at: Spouses: Name: Littlefield Born: ABT 1662 at: Wells, York, Maine Married: at: Died: at: Spouses: Name: Littlefield Born: ABT 1663 at: Wells, York, Maine Married: at: Died: at: Spouses: William Frost Name: James Littlefield Born: ABT 1664 at: Wells, York, Maine Married: at: Died: 25 Oct 1707 at: Spouses: Rebecca Gibbons Name: Katherine Littlefield Born: ABT 1666 at: Wells, York, Maine Married: at: Died: at: Spouses:

64. Record: Comparative Brilliance
Thirdyear law student Annie littlefield and john O. Haley, the Wiley B. Rutledge Professor of Law and director of the Whitney R. Harris Institute for
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To Current Issue July 15, 2005 Comments, ... February 28, 2003 Washington people Comparative brilliance The law school's John O. Haley brings international experience to the Whitney R. Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies By Jessica N. Roberts Despite advice to the contrary, John O. Haley, the Wiley B. Rutledge Professor of Law and director of the Whitney R. Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies, immersed himself in Japanese almost from the moment he graduated from college. A two-year stint in the Princeton in Asia program as an assistant English teacher at a small Japanese college deepened his interest, and even though he was told that there was little future in Japanese studies, he continued learning Japanese during his first year of law school. During his second year, the critics won out. Haley abandoned his Japanese studies. Third-year law student Annie Littlefield and John O. Haley, the Wiley B. Rutledge Professor of Law and director of the Whitney R. Harris Institute for Global Legal studies, discuss global law issues in the Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom in Anheuser-Busch Hall. Photo by Carol House

65. Simplicity A Gift To The Foundation Will Simplify Your Charitable Giving
Cassi Spigle, Sylvia G. Driver, Anonymous gift, Lee R. and Sandra Shapiro DMD, Nick and Jennifer littlefield, john Meyer, john Welch, Melissa M. Davis, Newsletter and Donors.html
Noble County Main Page About It Its Mission What It Does ... Contact Us
Current Newsletter and Donors
Summer 2005 Investing in your community
G rants awarded recently through the community foundation’s unrestricted funds included $10,000 to the Kendallville Public Library toward the library expansion project, while the Mid-America Windmill Museum was granted $2,500 to help with the construction of a lean-to to be added to the Restoration Barn. Ligonier United Methodist Church was granted $5,000 to purchase basketball and soccer equipment for its Upward youth recreational league, while Anthony Wayne Area Council, Inc. was granted $2,000 to purchase 3 covered wagons for the Indian Theme Village at the Council Scout Reservation located in Steuben County.
Boy Scout Troup 507 was granted $2,000 for a utility trailer while Camp Invention, a program at Ligonier Elementary was granted $5,000 to provide scholarships for those in need to attend the camp. Noble County 4-H Exhibit Corp.

66. Krafft Family - Person Page 41
(signed) Frances littlefield his mark Witnesses john Wither Robert Poulet Frances Waller Debts owing by me To Nicholas Waller £12.
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Joan Leake (F)
b. say 1460, d. 12 December 1488
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Joan Leake was born say 1460. She married Thomas Welby Esquire , son of Richard Welby , say 1480. Joan Leake died on 12 December 1488. She was buried in December 1488 at Holbeach Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, England
Child of Joan Leake and Thomas Welby Esquire
Thomas ... Welby b. 1484, d. bt 6 Sep 1521 - 18 Aug 1524
  • ] Completed and compiled by Jane Harter Abbott and Lillian M. Wilson John Dennis Farwell, Farwell Family , p. 32-37.
    Jania Leche (F)
    b. circa 1545
    Relationship=11th great-grandmother of Dean Blackmar Krafft Appears on charts: Pedigree for Charles Bruce Gould Jania Leche was born circa 1545. She married Roger Hunting , son of Hunting and Margaret , on 27 July 1567 at Palgrave, Suffolk, England Jania Leche died at Palgrave, Suffolk, England . She Person Source.
    Child of Jania Leche and Roger Hunting
    William Hunting b. 2 Jul 1570, d. Oct 1638
  • 67. The American Society For Clinical Investigation
    littlefield, john W (1977). View profile. Livingston, David M (1995). View profile. London, Irving M (1971). View profile. Mahley, Robert W. (2000) Academy of Scienc

    68. Stanford GSB: Stanford Business March 1998
    With the possible exception of Ed littlefield, john is the finest man I ll ever know in my life, ethically and intellectually, says Hindery.
    Driven to Success
    Hard-driving LEO HINDERY, MBA '71, steers the nation's largest cable company, yet this unassuming executive gives others credit for his good fortune. by Jennifer Reese Photograph by Robert Holmgren IN EARLY 1997, Leo Hindery Jr. was living the entrepreneurial dream: At the age of 49, he sat at the helm of Inter- Media Partners, the San Francisco-based cable operator he'd created a decade earlier and built into the twelfth largest company in the industry. With close to one million subscribers, InterMedia Partners ran like a well-oiled machine, and Hindery had earned his stripes as an extraordinarily successful entrepreneur. But early last year when John Malone, the talented but temperamental CEO of severely troubled cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. (TCI), asked Hindery to come help run the company, Hindery dropped everything.
    "I was ceo of my own company and very successful. If you'd asked me to be president of Time Warner or AT&T or IBM, I'd have said no," says Hindery. "I would never have moved to TCI except for an enormous affection for John Malone. He needed me. The industry needed me. It was a unique situation."
    Unlike many entrepreneurs, Hindery doesn't have any problems working in a big-company setting: Hindery may know how to launch a brand-new company, he may be one of the most creative, hard-driving dealmaking talents in business, but he claims he doesn't have the entrepreneurial bug. "I took one great flier and said I think I'll start my own company, and I was very successful at it. I started one company and I'll never start another," says Hindery. "I love someone putting a paycheck in my checking account every couple of weeks."

    69. Civil War Military Collections-L
    john was killed in battle. Frederick talks about him in his May 29, The papers of the family of Josiah and Mary littlefield of Monroe County and Farwell
    A Guide to the Resources in the
    Bentley Historical Library
    "Cold Harbor, June 1, 1864," from The Soldier in our Civil War . New York, 1890
    Michigan in the Civil War:
    Military Collections: L
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    Lehman family
    The papers of this Chelsea, Mich., family, include correspondence of two soldiers: Frederick Lehman. He enlisted in Company K, 20th Michigan Infantry, August 22, 1862, and was mustered out May 30, 1865. He was wounded in action three times, November 16, 1863, May 2, 1864, and July 30, 1864. About forty letters, written to his parents in German, have been summarized in English, with quotations from the main topics in many of the letters. In his first letter he says he is not sorry to be a soldier for he is in good company. He writes of deserters coming into their lines400 of General Jackson's men; two officers who cleverly induce the Union pickets to take them, "and they showed great joy to be on our side;" and the attempt of 600 men to cross over, but who were fired on by their own men so that only thirty escaped to the Union lines. He writes of prisoners taken1,500 at one time, 2,300 at another"all happy to be prisoners." He describes long marches, some over mountains and through valleys in Tennessee where many people had been impressed by the rebels, only to desert to the Union lines. He describes skirmishes such as Blue Springs. There is a long description of events leading up to the battle of Horse Shoe Bend, Ky., in which the officers' behavior in battle "instilled within us great courage." Even drummers and pipers dropped their drums and their pipes to pick up arms. He also describes the battles in the Campbell's Station-Knoxville area where he was wounded, but not seriously so that he made himself useful by attending to other soldiers in the hospital more seriously wounded; of Spotsylvania Court House, and again at Petersburg.

    70. Correctional Education And The Community College. ERIC Digest.
    Wolford, Bruce I., and littlefield, john F. Correctional PostSecondary Education The Expanding Role of Community Colleges.
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    Source : ERIC Clearinghouse for Junior Colleges Los Angeles CA. Correctional Education and the Community College. ERIC Digest. Since the first college program for inmates was established in 1953, increasing numbers of universities and colleges in the United States have developed correctional education programs. The main objectives of these college-run programs are to provide a quality education for those inmates showing potential and enthusiasm; improve inmates' academic and vocational skills; change the inmates' attitudes regarding work and responsibility; and prepare inmates for the competitive job market they will face upon release. Because of their vocational curricula and community service orientation, community colleges are in an ideal position to educate prison inmates. SCOPE In 1965, only 12 correctional education programs were operating in the United States. By 1982, according to a national study conducted by Wolford and Littlefield (1985), there were 350 programs, with over 120 new programs developed between 1976 and 1982 alone (p.258). Approximately 27,000 inmates, representing almost 9% of the total population of incarcerated adults and adolescents in the country, were receiving some form of post-secondary education. Responses from 228 of the 316 colleges and universities sponsoring prison programs revealed that:

    71. The Wizard Of Oz: More Than Just A Children’s Story, Draft 1 | FSU First-Ye
    john Beebe’s theory on The Wizard of Oz differs from littlefield’s, in that he argues that the story is primarily depicting a psychological view;
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    Submitted by dustin on Wed, 05/04/2005 - 22:49. The Wizard of Oz : More Than Just a Children’s Story The Wizard of Oz : a classic, a legend, a children’s story that will never grow old. Quotes such as “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore,” “Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh, my,” and “There’s no place like home,” are ones that will always pop into our heads when someone says “ The Wizard of Oz .” Dorothy’s long, adventurous trip down the Yellow Brick Road is something that everyone loves to read and watch. It is a story that touches all of us. The 1939 MGM film interpretation of the 1900 published book written by L. Frank Baum, brought this story to life for all of those who were unable to go to the 1902 stage performance. Watching the movie turn from black and white to Technicolor was amazing. Hearing Judy Garland as Dorothy sing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” left an impression on every individual who watched the movie. It was as if we felt what she was feeling at that moment; that there was a better place somewhere out there- somewhere over the rainbow. Viewers were able to relate to a character, whether it was the Scarecrow in need of a brain, the Tin Man in need of a heart, or the Cowardly Lion, in need of courage. The obvious message of the story is that there

    72. The Wizard Of Oz: More Than Just A Children’s Story By Lauren Houlberg | FS
    Individuals such as Henry littlefield, john Beebe, Joey Green, and others have john Beebe’s theory on The Wizard of Oz differs from littlefield’s,
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    Works Cited
    Beebe, John. The Vision Thing: Myth, Politics and Psyche in the World, Edited by
    Thomas Singer. London: Routledge, 2000.
    Political and Monetary Allegory. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2002.
    Earle, Neil. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in American Popular Culture: Uneasy in Eden.
    Lewiston, New York, Queenston, Ontario, Lampeter, Dyfed, Wales: The Edwin
    Mellen Press, 1993. Greene, David L., and Martin, Dick. The Oz Scrapbook. New York: Random, 1977. ... up Survival of the Thinnest, process memo The Wizard of Oz: More Than Just a Children’s Story, draft 1

    73. Greenfield
    Caty A Biography of Catharine littlefield Greene by john Stegman (Harry Crews, 1985). CERES GODDESS OF AGRICULTURE After the war, she was soon widowed and
    Catharine Littlefield Greene was born in 1775 to a prominent colonial family. She married General Nathanial Greene who became an aide to General George Washington. Recognized as a heroine of the Revolutionary warshe was present at Valley Forge and with various camps of the Continental Army even while pregnantshe neverless has come down in history as a significant contributor in the invention of the cotton gin.
    Patently Female: From AZT to TV Dinners, Stories of Women Inventors and Their Breakthrough Ideas by Ethlie Ann Vare and Greg Ptacek (John Wiley and Sons, 2002), pp. 9-11.
    Mothers and Daughters of Invention by Autumn Stanley (Rutgers University Press, 1995), pp.32-33, 291-292.
    Caty: A Biography of Catharine Littlefield Greene by John Stegman (Harry Crews, 1985).
    After the war, she was soon widowed and left to run her estate. She hired one Eli Whitney as a tutor for her children and quickly became involved with the problem of trying to figure a way of efficiently milling cotton. It is widely believed that she was the one who actually gave Whitney drawings for the concept. Her detractors argue she merely suggested that the wooden rollers of existing gins be replaced with metal ones. What was clear, however, was that she financed as well as marketed the new invention. Whitney himself paid her royalties from the invention and was known to have said to a Shaker friend that Catharine had indeed helped invent the now famous cotton gin.

    74. European Journal Of Communication -- Sign In Page
    213228 in Colin Sparks and john Tulloch (eds) Tabloid Tales Global Debates over Lanham, MD, Boulder, CO, New York and Oxford Rowman and littlefield .

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    Research Note: Tabloidization of News Media: An Analysis of Television News in Turkey
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    75. Safeguard Personnel
    Lawrence, john M, Army 1SG, Ops Sgt, USACC Element, Reunion Pulver, john, Army, MP, Guestbook Guestbook (T littlefield) Guestbook (J Auchus)
    Safeguard Personnel
    (Last updated 03 Aug 2005, indicated by after name.) If you were involved with Safeguard (military or civilian) and you'd like to share your experiences, memories, photos, etc., either sign the Guestbook or, if you have additional information or photos, the webmaster.
    Bold Name indicates additional information, photos, etc. A B C D ... P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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    W/SC Telephone Directory
    This Western Electric phone directory from September 1974 contains the names of hundreds of civilian contractors and military personnel who were preparing the SRMSC for activation.
    - A - Abbott , Denis Civilian Western Electric Engineer (PAR) Guestbook
    Albiez , Dan Army MP Photo Allen, ? Army SGT Guestbook
    (B Turner) Angelo , Chuck Army E6 28M Missile Maintenance Tech Guestbook (1)
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    Armour , John Army SGT MP Comments Guestbook
    Auchus , Joseph Army MP Guestbook

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    (J Pulver) Guestbook (B Caldwell) Photo (032) Avery , Mark Army MP Guestbook (J Auchus) Guestbook (B Caldwell) Photo (032) top - B - Ballonier, ?

    76. John Johnson
    Denver Rowan and littlefield. john M. johnson, Yvonne Luna, and Judy Stein. 2002. Orders of Protection and the Stake in Conformity Thesis.
    Back to Contemporary Thinkers CONTEMPORARY THINKERS AND TOPICS

    John M. Johnson, a professor at Arizona State University in its School of Justice Studies, received a PhD from the University of California, San Diego in 1973. Since that time he has published eleven books and over 100 articles and chapters on topics such as existential and interactional theory, official corruption, domestic violence, religious crusades, qualitative methods, research ethics, justice theory, the death penalty, formal organizations, bureaucratic propaganda, drug laws, white-collar crime, and prison reform. He usually does qualitative research, and his recent research interests have focused on human rights, the death penalty, orders of protection, stalking, and the nature of forgiveness. In 2002 he was awarded the George Herbert Mead Award by the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction , for his career scholarly contributions in the tradition of Mead and symbolic interaction.

    77. John J. Pitney, Jr.
    “Ideas and the President s Party,” research note in The Politics of Ideas, edited by john White and john C. Green (Lanham, Maryland Rowman and littlefield,
    JOHN J. PITNEY, JR. Government Department, Claremont McKenna College 850 Columbia Avenue Claremont, California 91711-6420 909/607-4224 (office); 909/621-8419 (fax) e-mail: Career
    • 1986-present Claremont McKenna College, Department of Government. Roy P. Crocker Professor of Government (2005-present), professor (2001-present); associate professor (1994-2001); assistant professor (1986-1994; on leave 1989-91). Courses include: Introduction to American Politics, the American Presidency, United States Congress, American Political Parties. 1989-1991 Research Department, Republican National Committee. Acting director (1990-1991); deputy director (1989-1990), during leave of absence from Claremont McKenna College, above. Responsible for policy statements and issue briefings. 1984-1986 US House Republican Research Committee. Senior domestic policy analyst. Responsible for background papers and public statements on a variety of domestic and economic issues. 1983-1984 American Political Science Association. Congressional Fellow. Second-half assignment: Representative Dick Cheney (WY). Prepared briefing material for House Republican Policy Committee, chaired by Rep. Cheney. First-half assignment: Senator Alfonse D'Amato (NY). Served as legislative assistant for environmental issues. 1978-1980 New York State Senator John R. Dunne. Legislative assistant (1979-1980); Legislative Fellow (1978-1979). Conducted research on insurance regulation and public authorities; managed procedure for the State Senate Corporations Committee.

    78. John McCarthy
    Lanham, MD Rowman and littlefield. john D. McCarthy, Clark McPhail and john Crist. 1999. “The Emergence and Diffusion of Public Order Management Systems

    79. Proceedings Of The Eighth North American Crane Workshop: USGS Patuxent Wildlfe R
    Carroll D. littlefield, john E. Cornely, and Bradley D. Ehlers. 45. MIGRATION AND WINTERING BIOLOGY. 48. NOCTURNAL ROOST SITE SELECTION AND DIURNAL HABITAT
    International Crane Foundation

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    P.O. Box 447
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    80. John Coleman: UW-Madison
    john C. Green and Rick Farmer (Lanham, MD Rowman littlefield, 2003). (635k pdf). About the book. The Enduring Debate Classic and Contemporary Readings
    John Coleman Contact: 214 North Hall 608-265-2663 (fax) Department of Political Science
    1050 Bascom Mall
    University of Wisconsin

    Madison, WI 53706 Email: coleman@
    Summer 2005 Office Hours: By appointment Courses for Fall 2005 PS 104: Introduction to American Politics and Government PS 881: American Political Development Other Sites/Pages Selected Publications, Papers, and Commentary

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