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Birth:Feb 16 1838
Death:Mar 27 1918
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Text:"... contempt as a Professor of Bheteric,—as he was, at Harvard College, sixty years ago. His grandson, HenryBrooksAdams, has followed his Mandsire's example, and accepted a Professorship of History..."
Date:Nov 2 1870
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., Jr., and HenryBrooksAdams. The first obtained a reputa- tion throughout his state as a lawyer find a Republican politician. Clmrlcs01''rancis, Jr., is best known through his connection with railroad..."
Date:Nov 22 1886
Publication:Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... to the Panama mission, he spoke of Mr. Adams with great contempt as a 'professor of rhetoric, as he was, at Harvard college, sixty years ago. His grandson, HenryBrooksAdams, has followed his grandsire's example..."
Date:Oct 27 1870
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Kgs gtJTSÄw-1^ T. iSua- BXTWOOD.Supt. The timely acd powerful article on Congress and the Administration from the pen of HenryBrooksAdams, Esq., in the North American Review for July, is reproduced..."
Date:Aug 1 1870
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of 201 MrAdams Knew Whereof He Spake HenryBrooksAdams lived from and he wrote a book called The Education of Henry Adams In it he said something which could easily be applied to what's going..."
Date:June 9 1954
Publication:Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... ust held in New York,11 On the election of Presidents of the United States ;" and HenryBrooksAdams is the author of an elaborate paper in the October number of the North American Review "On Civil..."
Date:Nov 13 1869
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... orderly and the ballot box never spoke with more freedom or with more authority. 'Republicans are disposed to regard "the long scientific dispute HenryBrooksAdams thinks otherwise. It seems "'the more..."
Date:Oct 7 1870
Publication:Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... () () A teacher affects elernily; he can never tell where his influence stops.-HenryBrooksAdams, American historical writer. Editorial . . . Wanted: A Savior For The Nation DICHARD NINON IS OUT TO WIN the hearts..."
Date:Sep 19 1968
Publication:Mt Vernon, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... 21 Western marsh 51 Knowing 54 Departs 55 Comfort 56 Strong points 57 Shouter IE IEIRII lOlPlI PEAK By PHILLIP ALDER Newspaper Enterprise Association HenryBrooksAdams an American historian wrote..."
Date:June 24 1998
Publication:Kokomo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... reportedly in the act of the sale when the arrest was made. Loan (Continued from Page 1: The age span of a termite can be 30 vear s. A thought for the day; U.S. historian HenryBrooksAdams said, “What one..."
Date:July 19 1972
Publication:Athens, Alabama, United States of America
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Text:"... went into effect Jan. 2, 1971. A thought for today: Ameri- can historian HenryBrooksAdams said. "He too serves a i certain purpose who only stands conduct a paper drive in April and games were led..."
Date:Feb 5 1971
Publication:Coshocton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... This quotation appeared in bold type on a full-page ad in a daily newspaper: “A teacher affects eternity. He can never tell where his influence stops.” (HenryBrooksAdams) The truth underlying this statement..."
Date:Sep 16 1971
Publication:Flora, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... school with whites in South Carolina by enrolling without in- cident at Clemson College. A -thought for the ican writer HenryBrooksAdams said: ''Chaos breeds life, when order habit." often TRAVEL TREND..."
Date:Jan 28 1965
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...master 4 Claire 26 years of excellence By RETTA BLANEY A teacher affects he can nerer tell where his influence stops. HenryBrooksAdams CLAIRE F. DELORIA stood at the door to the Hilton banquet room..."
Date:Jan 19 1984
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... by enrolling without incident at Clemson College In 1965 Nicholas DeB Katz enbach was named US Attor ney General by President Johnson A thought for the American writer HenryBrooksAdams Chaos often breeds life..."
Date:Jan 28 1966
Publication:Ames, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... historian HenryBrooksAdams said, "He too serves a certain purpose who Only stands and cheers." New polling places ok'd MEDIA COURTHOUSE -Road, because of boundary The county Board of Elections Wednesday..."
Date:Mar 22 1973
Publication:Chester, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... by Edwin in prefacing the discus See Page 7 Prac By RICHARD PALMER An Editorial HenryBrooksAdams once commented that tical politics consists in ignoring And no one has yet charged that Ohios Michael..."
Date:Sep 15 1959
Publication:Dover, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... who only stands and cheers. HenryBrooksAdams. EARL'S PEARLS: Morty Gunty, at Christo's, told of the man who was asked to design costumes for a nudist stage show and after two weeks had nothing to show..."
Date:Sep 2 1975
Publication:Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...- mitting child to matches, electric play with cords. A thought far today: American 1 historian HenryBrooksAdams said: "Friends ure nnl made." v' PHiLCO General Electric TELEVISION The Best in TV from Your..."
Date:Dec 8 1959
Publication:Middlesboro, Kentucky, United States of America
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Text:"..., Apollo 14 began its trip home after a moon-landing mission. A thought for the day: American historian HenryBrooksAdams said, "He too serves a certain purpose who only stands and cheers." LEXINGTON, Ky..."
Date:Feb 6 1976
Publication:Middlesboro, Kentucky, United States of America
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