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Title: Baltimore and Ohio employes magazine
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Railroads Railroads
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Employes of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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placed on Mr. Fishersrecord. While going over the track on speeder on July9, signal repairman W. R. Cage discovered a dan-gerous condition on easttrack near Carrcrof t, pro-tected movement oftrains in both directionsand notified sectionmen.Proper credit entry willbe placed on his record. On June 16, engineerWm. Fitzgerald broughttrain No. 227 to a stopbefore reaching trackthat was covered with mud, which had beenwashed down by a very heavy, rain. He was thoroughly acquainted with thephysical conditions and realized that the heavyrains made track conditions abnormal. There-fore, he handled his train under control. Forhis good judgment in this respect, he will havea credit mark placed on his record. Baltimore Division Editor Employes Magazine,Dear Sir: On No. 525 yesterday, I was sitting on theobservation platform when I heard a passengermake the remark: You cannot sit out thisway on some railroads. I asked: Whycant you? And he answered: So many ofthem burn soft coal and it is so dirty.

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W. R. CAGE 70 THE BALTIMORE AXD OHIO EMPLOYES MAGAZINE I had been observing that fireman C. A.Straw was making an unusually clean run, andalthough I did not acquaint the man with thefact that we did burn soft coal, he was verymuch pleased, and wrhen I got off he said: Iam coming this way again. This shows how much good firemen can do tohelp business and how appreciative some peopleare, and I am sending a copy of this letter tothe bureau of Employment and Discipline withrequest that they place a credit mark on therecord of fireman Straw. Yours truly, P. C. Allen, Superintendent. On Saturday, July 24, a team of horses be-longing to the American Ice Company tookfright in the Washington, D. C, freight }7ard,and the driver, in an attempt to hold them, wasthrown to the groundand so badly injured thathis death took placeshortly after the accident.The horses, however, con-tinued their mad rushand would probably havecaused further troublehad it not been for thepresence of mind of yarddelivery

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Map showing the territory originally assigned to the Cherokee Nation of Indians west of the Mississippi also the boundaries of the territory now occupied or owned by them.
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Collection: Historic Map Collection
Call Number:MA/92.0156(c)
System ID: 8183.
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Map showing the territory originally assigned to the Cherokee Nation of Indians west of the Mississippi also the boundaries of the territory now occupied or owned by them.

Publisher: Washington : Smithsonian Institution-Bureau of Ethnology, 1884.

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Image from page 662 of “Kelly Miller’s history of the world war for human right; being an intensely human and brilliant account of the world war and why and for what purpose America and the allies are fighting and the important part taken by the Negro, in
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Title: Kelly Miller’s history of the world war for human right; being an intensely human and brilliant account of the world war and why and for what purpose America and the allies are fighting and the important part taken by the Negro, including the horrors and wonders of modern warfare, the new and strange devices, etc. ..
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Miller, Kelly, 1863-1939
Subjects: World War, 1914-1918 World War, 1914-1918
Publisher: Washington, D.C., Chicago, Ill., Austin Jenkins co
Contributing Library: Wellesley College Library
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class, and his record was soconspicuous that it could not go unnoticed by the officialsin Washington. FINAL RECOGNITION. The following letter was then addressed to Jordanscommanding officer by the bureau of navigation: TheBureau notes that John C. Jordan, gunners mate firstclass, has served as such with a creditable service sinceAugust 6, 1899. The chief of bureau directs me to requestan expression of opinion from the commanding officer asto whether Jordan possesses that superior intelligence,force of character and ability to command, necessary fora chief petty officer and particularly as to whether he is inall respects qualified for the position of chief gunnersmate of a first-class modern battleship. The reply to this letter was to the effect that Jordanwas in all respects qualified, and by order of the secretaryof the navy, he was advanced to the grade of chief pettyofficer, filling this position with efficiency to the serviceand with credit to his race, until December 1, 1916, at

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