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  1. The Wallace: The Compelling 13th Century Story of William Wallace (Coronet Books) by Nigel Tranter, 1994-01-01
  2. William Wallace: Brave Heart by James MacKay, 1996-03-01
  3. William Wallace by Andrew Fisher, 2007-10-11
  4. William Wallace: The True Story of Braveheart by Chris Brown, 2007-12
  5. On the Trail of William Wallace by David R Ross, 1999-09-01
  6. Michelangelo: The Complete Sculpture, Painting, Architecture by William E. Wallace, 2009-09-08
  7. Stirling Bridge and Falkirk 1297-98: William Wallace's rebellion (Campaign) by Peter Armstrong, 2003-02-19
  8. Story of William Wallace (Corbies) by David Ross, 2007-10-31
  9. William Wallace: Man and Myth by Graeme Morton, 2004-08-25
  10. William Wallace: The King's Enemy by D.J. Gray, 1996-01-01
  11. Techno-Cultural Evolution: Cycles of Creation and Conflict by William McDonald Wallace, 2006-03-15
  12. The Modeling of Nature: Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Nature in Synthesis by William A. Wallace, 1997-01
  13. Indians in Pennsylvania (Anthropological Series (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission)) by Paul A. W. Wallace, 2000-04
  14. Birdy by William Wharton, 2004-06-30

1. Sir William Wallace
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2. William Wallace The Truth
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3. Sir William Wallace
William Wallace history. Sir Wiliam wallace william Wallace is one of Scotland sgreatest national heroes, undisputed leader of the Scottish resistance
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William Wallace (c1270 - 1305) William Wallace is one of Scotland's greatest national heroes, undisputed leader of the Scottish resistance forces during the first years of the long and ultimately successful struggle to free Scotland from English rule at the end of the 13 th Century. Records of Wallace's life are patchy and often inaccurate. This is partly because early accounts of his heroic deeds are speculative, and partly because he inspired such fear in the minds of English writers at the time, that they demonised him, his achievements, and his motives. Many of the stories surrounding Wallace have been traced to a late-15 th Century romance "The Wallace", ascribed to Henry the minstrel, or "Blind Harry". This epic is vehemently anti-English in language and tone. The most popular tales about Wallace are not supported by documentary evidence, but they show his firm hold on the imagination of his people. He represented the spirit of the common man striving for freedom against oppression, and exposed the Scottish nobility of the time as a group of unprincipled opportunists. Wallace's place as a hero in Scottish history is assured. There can be little doubt that he has always been revered as a self-effacing and passionate patriot by later generations of Scots. Unlike the conniving Scottish nobles who had collaborated with the English in return for financial benefits, Wallace had never sought personal fame nor benefited from it. He had accrued neither wealth nor land.

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6. Braveheart, William Wallace Statue Near Melrose Scotland
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7. Is That A Poem? - The Case For E.E. Cummings. By Billy Collins
In 1957, on television's Night Beat, Mike Wallace asked William Carlos Williams if he thought that E.E. Cummings' poem "(im)ca-t(mo) / b i;l e" was

8. Matt Ewart's Wallace Essay
MacBRAVEHEART Matt Ewart's Wallace Essay Under the headline Cultural myths grow larger than life.

9. William Vincent Wallace
William Vincent Wallace. WALLACE, William Vincent, musician, born in Waterford,Ireland, 1 June. Start your search on William Vincent Wallace.
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Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, edited by James Grant Wilson, John Fiske and Stanley L. Klos. Six volumes, New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1887-1889 and 1999. warns that these 19th Century biographies contain errors and bias. We rely on volunteers to edit the historic biographies on a continual basis. If you would like to edit this biography please submit a rewritten biography in text form . If acceptable, the new biography will be published above the 19th Century Appleton's Cyclopedia Biography citing the volunteer editor.
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10. Famous Scots - William Wallace
Called the greatest hero in Scotland's history, William Wallace lived seven centuries ago, but remains to this day a representative of Scottish

11. Braveheart @ MacBraveHeart - Homepage
s 'Wallace' the book that inspired Randall Wallace as he wrote Braveheart The Wallace by Nigel Tranter still the best life of Wallace in

12. Scotland's Hero William Wallace
Scottish hero William Wallace was a man born to be a leader. Of the little known facts we have of Wallace, the one that comes across the clearest is

13. Hall Of Fame-William A. A. Wallace
William A. A. Wallace was born 3 April 1817 in Lexington, Virginia. He was adescendant of the Scottish Highlanders William Wallace and Robert Bruce.
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W illiam A. A. Wallace was born 3 April 1817 in Lexington, Virginia. He was a descendant of the Scottish Highlanders William Wallace and Robert Bruce. After learning that a brother and a cousin had been killed in the Goliad Massacre, Wallace went to Texas to "take pay out of the Mexicans." He tried farming near La Grange, but soon tired of that occupation. He found Austin too populated for his tastes and eventually moved to San Antonio. He was a member of the Texan Army which fought General Adrian Woll's invading Mexican army near San Antonio in 1842. He then volunteered for the Somervell and Mier expeditions. He was a prisoner in the Perote Prison, surviving the "black bean" incident. Following his release, Wallace joined the Texas Rangers under Jack Hays, serving until the outbreak of the Mexican War. He was a Lieutenant in Capt. R. A. Gillespie's Company of Texas Mounted Volunteers in the United States Army during the War. He again served as a Ranger during the 1850s, fighting border bandits as well as Indians. Wallace's tracking skills were often put to use trailing runaway slaves trying to get to Mexico. He also dorve a mail hack between San Antonio and El Paso. During the Civil War Wallace stayed in Texas to help protect the frontier from depredations by Indians, deserters, and Union soldiers.

14. Big Foot Wallace: William Alexander Anderson Wallace.
Texas personality William Alexander Anderson Wallace, or, Bigfoot Wallace,descendant of movie Braveheart William Wallace, his joining the Mier Expedition.
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TEXAS FORUM FEATURES Ghosts People ... COLUMNS TE Site Site Information Recommend Us Newsletter About Us ... Contact TE Recommended Books Hard-to-find Titles: DVD Texas Features People "BIGFOOT" WALLACE by Luke Warm "… a table for two - there was four of us; Me, your big feet and you". - Fats Waller Portrait of "Bigfoot" Wallace Courtesy Texas Ranger Museum, Waco, Texas The Name A name as long as William Alexander Anderson Wallace demands a nickname. The reason for Mr. Wallace's particular nickname is easy to explain. The guy simply had big feet. The name has been spelled Big Foot, Bigfoot and Big-Foot. Wallace wasn't bothered by the name at all - in fact he once said he prefered it over "Lying Wallace" or "Thieving Wallace". Naturally, the reader should be curious by now just how large Mr. Wallace's pedal extremities were. It took some research to find out - but they measured 11 and 3/4 inches. This doesn't seem so large today, but Wallace at 6' 2" and 240 pounds was considered quite large by early 19th century standards. The Stories There are at least two stories on the origin of his nickname. Wallace (who was likely never to repeat the same story twice) said that in Austin around 1839, his footprints were confused with those of a well known (and presumably easy to track) Indian who went by the name Big Foot.

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wallace william. Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science,United Kingdom. London School of Economics and Political Science William
Weblog Site map Contact us Search Wallace William Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom London School of Economics and Political Science
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is a highly rated academic institution which also has significant impact on policy and practice worldwide through the development, criticism and dissemination of ideas. A new area for LSE is research and theory development relating to civil society, which is seen as playing an increasingly important role in shaping both national and global contexts. Personal Profile:
1962, BA in History, Cambridge University; 1968, PhD in Government, Cornell University. 1967-77, Lecturer in Government, University of Manchester. 1978-90, Director of Studies, Royal Institute of International Affairs, London. Since 1990, Fellow, St Antony's College, Oxford. Chair, Department of European and International Studies, Central European University, Prague. Other visiting appointments and fellowships at the European University Institute (Florence), Harvard University Centers for European Studies (USA), Institut fran§ais des relations internationales (Paris) and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (Munich). Honorary Doctorate, Universit© Libre de Bruxelles. Interested in European international politics, US-European relations, foreign policies of Britain, France and Germany. Former Editor, Journal of Common Market Studies; Editorial Board Member, International Organization and British Journal of Political Science. Author.

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Term Paper #22893 Add to Cart (You can always remove it later) Scotland's Hero, William Wallace
An overview of the life of William Wallace who led Scotland in a guerilla war against England. 3,900 words ( approx. 15.6 pages ), 9 sources, APA, Click here to show/hide Paper Summary
This paper gives an in-depth account of the life of Scottish hero, William Wallace who is more commonly known as "Braveheart" after a film was made on his life 700 years after his death. The paper draws information from several sources such as the poem "Scots Wha Hae" by Robert Burns and the book, "William Wallace: Brave Heart" by James Mackay to show the rise and fall of this man. The paper examines Wallace's early life, his father's death at the hands of the English which fueled Wallace's desire for revenge, his outlaw years and finally his capture and horrible execution in 1305.
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"Long negotiations took place between King Edward I of England and King Eirik II of Norway concerning the betrothal of King Edward's five-year-old son, Edward, the Prince of Wales, and the six-year-old Queen Margaret of Scotland, King Eirik II's daughter. Finally, they agreed upon the terms of the marriage of these two children. These negotiations resulted in the Treaty of Bingham being ratified. The one glaring problem in all of this was the fact that an English king and a Norwegian king were making very important decisions concerning the future of Scotland (Barrow). Tragically, the child queen of Scotland contracted an illness on the voyage from Norway and died shortly thereafter. Her death threw Scotland into a political upheaval."

17. 2000 Greater Flint Afro-American Hall Of Fame -- William Wallace
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William grew up in Flint and attended Roosevelt Elementary, Lowell Jr. High and graduated from Flint Northern. Because William had older brothers participating in sports, he became interested in sports at an early age. While at Flint Northern, William's locker partner was Herb Washington. However, due to school boundry changes, Herb was transferred to Flint Central, thereby, beginning one of the greatest rivalrys in Flint's track history. When these two met on the track, they either set a record or broke one. It was William winning the 220 yard dash and Herb winning the 100 yard dash, etc. While at Northern, William participated in the National Track Meet held in Ohio, and broke Jessie Owens record in the 220 yard dash with a time of 21.0 flat. Also at Northern, he had an individual score of 19 3/4 points in a city track meet and was the first Class A sprinter to break 10.0 in a city track meet.

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William Wallace (historisierende Darstellung des 17./18. Jahrhunderts) Sir William Wallace of Elderslie , eigentlich William Walleys , (* um wahrscheinlich bei Paisley in Schottland ; † am 23. August in London hingerichtet) war ein schottischer Freiheitsk¤mpfer. Wallace errang am 11. September bei der Schlacht von Stirling Bridge einen sensationellen Sieg ¼ber die englischen Truppen, verjagte sie aus Schottland und verfolgte sie bis nach Nordengland.
William Wallace entstammte einer in den Jahren aus Wales – daher der Name „le Walleys“ – im Gefolge von Walter Fitzalan, dem Begr¼nder der sp¤teren Stewart/ Stuart -Dynastie, nach Schottland eingewanderten Ritterfamilie. Als dritter Sohn (seine ¤lteren Br¼der hieŸen Malcolm und John) war er landlos und wurde wahrscheinlich von seinen beiden Onkeln erzogen, die beide katholische Priester waren. Statt der wohl f¼r ihn angedachten Karriere als Geistlicher schlug Wallace einen anderen Weg ein, von dem kaum Informationen ¼berliefert sind. Es wird vermutet, er habe als Soldat in englischen Diensten gestanden. Claymore . Nach der œberlieferung war es 5 FuŸ (etwa 150 cm) lang. Bearbeiten
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