John James Gallagher (January 19, 1909 in Kenora, Ontario - September 16, 1981) was a professional ice hockey player who played 204 games in the National Hockey League. He played with the Montreal Maroons, Detroit Red Wings, and New York Americans. He help the Red Wings win the Stanley Cup in 1937.
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11.04.2012 JohnGallagher investigates a growing trend of unsanctioned urban agriculture in Detroit, where residents have had to take alternative land use into their own hands. Nearly thirty percent of Detroit's usable land area lies ...
06.12.2010 by betsyjane6 In his new book, “Reimagining Detroit, Opportunities for Redefining an American City,” JohnGallagher refers to successful Philadelphia stories to demonstrate what a supportive community group can do to turn around a neighborhood. ...