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MyHeritage Family Trees
Palmer Web Site, managed by Russell Palmer
Birth:1846
Death:1897
Husband:Name of husband
Daughter:Name of daughter
Seen By Her Nation None
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Parents:Wiziogle None, Tiglagotawin None
Husband:Sitting Bull None
Child:Standing Holy Spotted Horse
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Bicknell Web Site, managed by Sue Bicknell
Birth:1837
Death:1897
Parents:Names of both parents
Sister:Name of sister
Husband:Name of husband
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Hoksila Native American and names of 6 more children
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MyHeritage Family Trees
Sitting Bull Family in Mnikowozu / Web Site, managed by G Lutz
Birth:1837
Death:1897
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Unknown and name of one more sibling
Husband:Name of husband
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Unknown and names of 4 more children
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MyHeritage Family Trees
Johnson in Johnson Web Site, managed by Robin Johnson
MyHeritage Family Trees
Johnson Family Tree in Johnson Web Site, managed by Robin Johnson
MyHeritage Family Trees
The Greater Family Web Site, managed by Richard Kincaid-Lake
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... his own salary down to ! §250 per : annum, but - the . dispatch giving this information does not state what part of Ohio the . Mayor of Quincy came trom, : Was-Seen-by-the-Nation and The One are the two..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
Page:Page
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Donna Zl SCHEFF Prima Donna." Mile. Bonlta." ?a." Etc. imooK Ballads'of Former Days eldom Seen In the Nation's City -THE BLUE STREAK OF VAUDEVILLE** tart tk? Smiles A long . * -Woman Proposes," Etc. n..."
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Date:Day Month 1920
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... parties Previous to its ror mat!on Dr. von Kahr had been named minister president by the diet. Threat of Red Control in Germany Is Seen; Furore Over Nation AMSTERDAM. March 17 sooiated Press! ?' The present..."
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Date:Day Month 1920
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... * vetoed an ordinance cutting his own salary down to $250 ■__ per ■ annum, but :.' the • dispatch giving this information does not state what part of Ohio the Mayor of Quincy came from. ''■ fif, fi fi ■SVas-Seen-by-the-Nation..."
Publication:Place
Date:Day Month 1881
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...League Is Dead I Abroad? Beck Says on Return Nobody Believes in It, for It Is a Thing Forgotten, Lawyer Declares After Two Months in Europe Crisis Seen in England Nation Is Said To Be Pass? ing..."
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Date:Day Month 1920
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... calf, bred by William Duthie of Collynie, sold for 5,300 guineas (nominally more than $26,#00). This Is said to be the highest price ever paid for a bull calf. AMUSEMENTS. FEW WAR REMINDERS ARE SEEN..."
Publication:Place
Date:Day Month 1919
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Into Memorial Day Prayers and Addresses. WILSON VISIONS FUTURE Days Greater Than It has Yet Seen Lie Before Nation, Says President. VETERANS MARCH IN STREETS Ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery Divided..."
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Date:Day Month 1915
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...; w as changed to Sitting Bull, though why the old man doesn't know. He has tw-u when. Was-Seen-by-tho Nation and tho One-that-Hnd-Four-Pvobnv A tliinl life is dead. His children nro all bright..."
Publication:Place
Date:Day Month 1884
Page:Page