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After Breckenridge inhabitants made their argument for independence in 1936 , Governor Edwin C. Johnson declared the area to be a part of Colorado , and further declared that Breckenridge could be an independent kingdom for three days ...

Author: Bill Ginnodo

Publisher: Bill Ginnodo

ISBN: 0965658732

Category: Travel

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2007 By Bill Ginnodo

Hit the road early on Day 3 to drive to Breckenridge, the best all-around mountain in Summit County (Chapter 17). ... You could easily ski here for two or three days and not cover the whole place — it's that big.

Author: Nicholas Trotter

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471748557

Category: Travel

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2005-07-22 By Nicholas Trotter

The men were so worn down by illness and hard marches that it took Breckenridge three days to get his command aboard the train for Louisiana . They departed Vicksburg on July 27 , 1862.14 Long after the war Conrad wrote that he " was a ...

Author: Ben L. Bassham

Publisher: Kent State University Press

ISBN: 0873385934

Category: Art

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Civil War artist, Conrad Wise Chapman, painted and sketched while on duty as a Confederate soldier. Chapman's firsthand knowledge is evident in his work and this text provides both a critical analysis of Chapman's art and a biography incorporating his correspondence and Civil War memoirs.
1998 By Ben L. Bassham

Lieutenant Dale Breckenridge sat on the jump seat in back beside Pfc. Frankie La Barbara, bumping shoulders, nearly falling out ... They were near the Driniumor River in New Guinea, the scene of bloody fighting for the past three days.

Author: Len Levinson

Publisher: Blackstone Publishing

ISBN: 9781620648544

Category: Fiction

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The world is their war zone! The war's never over for the battle-toughened Rat Bastards. From one jungle hell to another, they strike raw terror and drive razor-sharp bayonets into the heart of their enemies. Always in the thick of the fight, they hit hard and die harder. And when a new band of misfits joins their ranks, you can hear the panic buttons getting pushed all the way to Tokyo. The Rat Bastards. Turning losers into hell-bent heroes. Originally published under the pen name John Mackie
2013-05-01 By Len Levinson

Thy Kingdom Come Breckenridge When you drive into Breckenridge, you'll notice a rather dubious sign: WELCOME TO THE ... 1936, a special proviso was granted: “Breckenridge has the right to be a free and independent kingdom three days ...

Author: Pam Grout

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780762762002

Category: History

Page: 264

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2010-01-06 By Pam Grout

Breckenridge, at last accounts, was trying to form a junction near Murfreesboro', but, as Thomas is between them, ... The enemy probably lost five thousand men at Franklin, and ten thousand in the last three days' operations.

Author: William T. Sherman

Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag

ISBN: 9783849676100

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 488

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William Tecumseh Sherman was an American soldier, businessman, educator and author. He served as a General in the Union Army during the American Civil War (1861-65), for which he received recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy as well as criticism for the harshness of the "scorched earth" policies that he implemented in conducting total war against the Confederate States. These are not only his complete memoirs, but also a perfect narrative and a thrilling account of the Civil War Years.

Breckenridge, at last accounts, was trying to form a junction near Murfreesboro', but, as Thomas is between them, ... The enemy probably lost five thousand men at Franklin, and ten thousand in the last three days' operations.

Author: Abraham Lincoln

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: 9788027241736

Category: History

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This eBook edition of "The Complete History of the Civil War" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. This meticulously edited collection contains a Pulitzer Prize awarded History of Civil War, as well as the memoirs of the two most important military commanders of the Union, Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman, complete with biographies of Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee. Finally, this collection is enriched with pivotal historical documents which provide an explicit insight into this decisive period of the American past. Content: History of the Civil War, 1861-1865 Leaders & Commanders of the Union: Abraham Lincoln Ulysses S. Grant William T. Sherman Leaders & Commanders of the Confederation: Jefferson Davis Robert E. Lee Civil War Documents: The Emancipation Proclamation Gettysburg Address Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution Presidential Actions and Addresses by Abraham Lincoln: 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865
2018-03-21 By Abraham Lincoln

I recd . a few days since from Dr. Breckenridge ( who has been ordered to Manassas on Medical Examining Board ) a note stating that when he left camp he “ left Ed quite sick , & Lang complaining . ” He further said , “ I am in daily ...

Author: Thomas Jewett Goree

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 0813915740

Category: History

Page: 239

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His letters are some of the richest and most perceptive from the Civil War period.

This is what he advised ' a New York couple who requested a fivenight Breckenridge package last January with three days notice. Lundberg put together a deal that included round-trip airfare on United from LaGuardia to Denver, a six-day ...





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In the 87 issues of Snow Country published between 1988 and 1999, the reader can find the defining coverage of mountain resorts, ski technique and equipment, racing, cross-country touring, and the growing sport of snowboarding during a period of radical change. The award-winning magazine of mountain sports and living tracks the environmental impact of ski area development, and people moving to the mountains to work and live.
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Ordinarily such extra yardmaster would lose three days ' service as switchmen ( one day traveling Breckenridge to Williston , and one day returning to Breckenridge , in addition to the day's service as yardmaster ) to perform one day's ...

Author: United States. National Railroad Adjustment Board


ISBN: CORNELL:31924054076199

Category: Arbitration, Industrial

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