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Image from page 365 of “The uplift [serial]” (1909)
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Identifier: upliftserial43112ston
Title: The uplift [serial]
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial Class (Concord, N.C.)
Topics: Stonewall Jackson Guide Training and Industrial School (Concord, N.C.) Reformatories Juvenile detention homes
Publisher: Concord, N.C. : Board of Trustees regarding the Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial School
Adding Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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the loose whichkept the officials hectic. Troop 60,with Mr. Readling as Scoutmaster,won the first reward by finding thelargest number of silver. John WayneBennett, Scouter, found the largestnugget and thus won an award.Scout Troop 61, in directionof Mr. Hinson, won the second prize.Troop 5 of Cold Springs MethodistChurch, with W.O. Barnhart, Scout-master, won third invest findinggold. Saturday afernoon was set asidefor the competent events. Each trooppresent demonstrated a scoutingskill. Troop 60, of the college, withMr. Readling as Scoutmaster, dis-played some neat rope tying skills.Troop 61, under Mr. Hinsons direc-tion, demonstrated packing burrosand ponies on pets loaned by Mr.Bill Propst. Friday mid-day a steer, furnish-ed by Mr. William Cannon, had been puton the barbecue skewer. Saturday 8 THE UPLIFT «k« purchases had this tasty beef for and 61 reported a wonderful time atsupper. this event. Its enough to make any The forty-two young men of Troop 60 man wish to become a Scout.

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c 3O a: 5o o c a> CO THE UPLIFT BIRTHDAY FESTIVITIES festivities will truly be the orderof the thirty days to any extent further aroundJ.T.S. Beginning with Novemberparties are held in each cottageevery thirty days for young men whom havebirthdays. Before this no setplan ended up being used and quite often theparties had been two and three monthslate. Because of college activities itwas nearly impossible to have themon schedule. As opposed to having allparties within gym once we have actually in thepast, they are going to today be held in thecottages in which they’ve awomans touch. The home motherswill determine what day they want tohave the party and inform Mr. Ervinand the bakery young men to possess a cakeready. She will then notify the officeand gift ideas for every single guy with a birth- time throughout that thirty days are going to be sentto the cottage alongside cards forthank you records. These gift ideas tend to be furnished by theNorth Carolina Federation of Wo-mens Clubs, and generally are chosen by theclubs from a summary of the individualboys hobby sent to all of them by theschool. This

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Image from page 29 of “Pussy wants a corner in this book, which product reviews the delights of the World’s reasonable and contains a number of articles depicting the pleasures of industry recreations ..” (1894)
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Title: Pussy wants a corner inside book, which product reviews the delights worldwide’s fair and contains a few articles depicting the pleasures of area sports ..
12 Months: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Leffingwell, William Bruce. [from old catalog]
Subjects: World’s Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.) Game and game-birds
Publisher: [Chicago]
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diences witheulogies of the ancestors, and in praise of the glories of State. Outside the buildingwas placed a monument of Daniel Boone, initial white settler. His carriage was grace-ful, with firearm in a simple, restful position. Daniel Boone after several years of warfare with theIndians left Kentucky, and passed away in Missouri in 1820. It is often said that he ended up being the firstperson who used Du Fonts dust western associated with Mississippi River. As E. I. Du Pont deNemours & Co. started the manufacture of this dust in the year 1802, near Wilmington,Del., so when Daniel Boone would have just the best, no doubt he utilized the powderas stated. The open seasons for game tend to be: Deer: guys not protected; females, September ist to March ist. Wild fowl, September 15th to Mayist. Crazy turkeys, September ist to February ist. Woodcocks, June ist to January ist und bleibt. Quails,partridges, and pheasants, October ist to March ist und bleibt. Doves, August ist und bleibt to February ist. No close seasonfor fishing with hook and range. 22>

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THE LOUISIANA STATE BUILDING. Southern hospitality is shown into the outside of the Louisiana State Building, and oneglance at it is an acceptable guarantee of welcome. The building had been a reproduction of anold south plantation residence, a location Whar de mockin bird am singin and Whar deivy am a-creepin, with no visitor could withstand the temptation to enter a location which seemedto breathe a lot of sweet greets. Among the popular features of the inner had been a restaurant where you can enjoy all thedelicacies that the State could create. An area contained Acadian displays from theold French colony associated with the Bayou Teche country. Another room had been devoted to the relicsbf the French and Spanish days of Louisiana, and another contained the richly carvedantique furnishings of Governor Galvez, that was loaned by the museum at Baton Rouge. 11 chastely created panels designed and performed by the females of Statebeautified the walls. Perhaps one of the most interesting of the numerous exhibits ended up being the showingof the ri

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Image from web page 333 of “the storyline of United states heroism; thrilling narratives of private activities through the great Civil war, as told through the medal winners and roll of honor guys” (1897)
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Title: The tale of United states heroism; thrilling narratives of personal adventures during great municipal war, as told through the medal champions and roll of honor males
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Wallace, Lew, 1827-1905
Subjects: United States — background Civil War, 1861-1865 individual narratives
Publisher: Springfield, O., J.W. Jones
Adding Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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gainst a treeon the side of a craggymountain when you look at the hills of Penn-sylvania, nearly two thousandmiles from your home, with deathstanding before me. Thereader can better imaginethan I’m able to inform the feelings1 had. During that conditiona straggling Federal soldierwalked as much as myself, looked over the movie stars back at my collar, took ott my hat and putit by himself head, and said, provide me personally your hands. No, sir, we responded, we cant do this. He stepped back, increased his firearm,and continued, provide me personally your arms. I said, Why, my good-fellow, will you be a Federal soldier and do not kncnvthat you have got not the right to disarm an officer? The honest soldier seemed perplexed and stated, exactly what shall 1 do after that witliyou? I told him which he ought to take us to an officer as almost of my rankas might be. But, said he, you’re not in a position to stroll. When I told himhe must get and discover some officer, and bring him in my experience. He went away, and in a little time returned to myself with a gentlemanwho introduced himself as Colonel Rice associated with the 44th nyc.*

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Moving the Canteen. ♦The journalist jirobablj iilhuics to Colonel Etimund Ripe, lieutennnt-polonel regarding the Ilith Miissnchusetts Volunteers,who led his very own regiment together with c»ne discussed, the 44th nyc, in tin- eluir^e nuule to close the Rap in theFederal outlines, and repel Picketts assault. Colonel Kice won thereon day a medal of honor, and fui-ther mention ofhim may be found in the following part. AMERICAN HEROISM. 317 After various kind remarks, and expi-essing the hope that my hurt had been notmortal. Colonel Rice said: Colonel, it becomes my task to ask you for yourarms. I said, Certainly, sir. and handed him my blade and pistol,remarking to him that I experienced got but a quick loan of that blade once the 14thAlabama captured it a few days formerly through the lieutenant-colonel of the22nd ]Iaine. along with given it to me 2 days prior to. Colonel Rice then directed the soldier that has brought him for me to goto the range and deliver a litter, and meantime entertained myself with kindconversation.

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