16.10.2012 [Fredericksburg.com (blog)] - Remember when this paper confused William Clark of Lewis & Clark fame with George Rogers Clark? That was mine. Remember when this paper called a ruffed grouse a “ruffled” grouse? That was mine. Remember when shriek was spelled “shrEIk” and it
06.11.2012 [Business Insider] - Meriwether Lewis and William Clark spent that winter at Fort Mandan, in what is now North Dakota. Before they continued their expedition toward the Pacific, they sent Jefferson a shipment containing a grouse, four magpies and a prairie dog — all alive
11.10.2012 In December of 1804, there is some indication of tension between he Mandan Indians and other tribes in the journal of William Clark: The mandans apprehended danger from the... (The entire answer is 205 words.) This is an ...
13.11.2012 [Salisbury Post] - William Clark, Student Government Association president at Sacred Heart, talks with his great-grandfather Thomas Baker on Monday during the school's breakfast hosted in honor of Veteran's Day. Photo by Sarah Campbell, Salisbury Post. Buy a print
13.11.2012 [News 10NBC] - We showed the numbers to Urban League President William Clark. Clark points to poverty and access. He says residents in these impoverished neighborhoods have less access to things many take for granted, like preventive health screenings and healthy
10.11.2012 [Globe and Mail] - William Clark of North Vancouver wants to know. Why are the bridges of cruise ships at the front and the bridges of tankers at the rear? asks Ed Cavin of Vancouver. Let's hear from you: If you have the answer to one of these questions (or a question of
09.11.2012 [The First Infantry Division Post] - William Clark. The Fort Riley Advisory Board met Oct. 30 at garrison headquarters to discuss issues affecting services and programs offered at Fort Riley. The Fort Riley Advisory Board is a committee which began in early 2012, as an outlet for
13.11.2012 [The Albany Herald] - ALBANY -- Randall William (Randy) Clark, 45, of Jacksonville, FL, died Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church of Albany. Rev. Garrett Andrew will
11.11.2012 [The Albany Herald] - ALBANY -- Randall William (Randy) Clark, 45, of Jacksonville, Fla., died Wednesday, November 7, 2012, at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Monday, November 12, 2012, at the First Presbyterian Church of Albany.
11.11.2012 [Columbia Daily Tribune] - Lewis and Clark: The expedition came through in 1804, and William Clark named a large oxbow lake Gosling Lake for the geese that were there. Now called Sugar Lake, the geese are still there, by the thousands during migration. “The lake also attracts
09.11.2012 [The Moral Liberal] - O! the joy,” wrote William Clark in his Journal, but the next day, NOVEMBER 8, 1805, Lewis and Clark realized they were only at Gray's Bay, still 20 miles from the Pacific. Clark wrote: “We found the swells or waves so high that we thought it imprudent
28.10.2012 [The Atlantic] - That's the question University of Michigan professor William Clark asks, and his answer is a statistically significant, though qualified, yes -- the conservative folks who tend to run central banks seem to prefer conservative politicians. Let's
25.10.2012 [Mother Jones] - Republicans may have taken to hating the Fed in recent years, but University of Michigan political scientist William Clark tells us today that the Fed sure loves Republicans. In every single presidential term over the last five decades, interest rates
13.11.2012 [Guitar International] - William Clark: With over 35 years of experience in the music biz, I'm sure you've found the perfect arsenal of guitars that work best for you. What guitars did you use on the new album? Wolf Hoffman: I have a brand new guitar handmade for me by the
08.11.2012 [Guitar International] - William Clark: What is it about the bass guitar that drew you in, as opposed to a six-string? Pat Seals: Well, I started playing bass at church when I was a kid. And initially, like everybody, I wanted to play guitar first. But they were like, “We need
24.10.2012 [Guitar International] - ... managed to track the man down to talk about his new album, his musical influences, his sojourn South of the Border, and his history in the music buisness. ******. William Clark: What are some of your strangest musical influences? Daryl Shawn
24.10.2012 [University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily] - Built in 1919, the well-known statue of explorers Merriwether Lewis and William Clark, along with their Native American guide, Sacagawea, was the first statue commemorating the two men on the East Coast. Currently located at the intersection of West
04.11.2012 [Greenfield Vedette] - When first described by the Europeans in 1673, they numbered in the thousands; by 1804, when William Clark referred to them as “once the most numerous nation in this part of the continent,” fewer than 400 Missouria remained. Both the state of Missouri
08.11.2012 [Indian Country Today Media Network.com] - “When first described by the Europeans in 1673, they numbered in the thousands; by 1804, when William Clark referred to them as 'once the most numerous nation in this part of the continent,' fewer than 400 Missouria remained,” says a press release from
07.11.2012 [The Moral Liberal] - Since 1990, he has inspired, entertained and educated audiences from Maine to Hawaii with his authentic, first person leadership presentations as President Thomas Jefferson, Frontiersman Daniel Boone, and Lewis & Clark Co-Leader William Clark. He also
30.10.2012 [Smithsonian (blog)] - Even though he misidentified the fossil as part of a giant fish, explorer Meriwether Lewis found part of a dinosaur rib in the vicinity of what is now Billings, Montana, when he passed through the area in 1806 on his famous expedition with William Clark.
17.10.2012 [CBC.ca] - William Clark and Kathryne Crocco, who are members of the Skiff Lake Cottage Owners Association, attended the session on Tuesday night to make sure their cottage areas are protected. "Two sides of the lake are hills, and if they're cut, the question is
30.10.2012 [CapitalGazette.com] - William Clark won the third-place prize as a fireman. Ugliest and weirdest costume awards went to fork in the road, Charlie Gray; mummy, Will Franklin; and monster bride, Khyla Frey. “The weather was great and the turnout was terrific,” said Katie
19.10.2012 [Bradenton Herald] - "Everyone thinks it's great," said 20-year-old skateboarder William Clark of Palmetto. "I never thought the city would do something this cool." Retirees Dee Strahura and Lois Franke, also of Palmetto, arrived around 3:30 p.m. and relaxed in lounge