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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...t 5. 136 See, e.g., Lopresti (115) (author of a book about the Pacific Northwest who wishes to quote many sources appears to be making transforma... ... Magazine Maureen Whelan et al./Various Art Museums (Denver Art Museum; Indianapolis Museum of Art; The J. Paul Getty Trust; The Los Angeles Count... ...ander Macgillvray 11. Houghton Mifflin Company David Eber 12. Indiana University, Copyright Management Kenny Crews Center 13. In...

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...t 5. 136 See, e.g., Lopresti (115) (author of a book about the Pacific Northwest who wishes to quote many sources appears to be making transforma... ... Magazine Maureen Whelan et al./Various Art Museums (Denver Art Museum; Indianapolis Museum of Art; The J. Paul Getty Trust; The Los Angeles Count... ...ander Macgillvray 11. Houghton Mifflin Company David Eber 12. Indiana University, Copyright Management Kenny Crews Center 13. In...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

... winters, cool summers; rainy, humid, cloudy Terrain: flat coastal plains in northwest, central rolling hills, rugged mountains of Ardennes Forest in ... ...d; 31% Cameroon Highlanders, 19% Equatorial Bantu, 11% Kirdi, 10% Fulani, 8% Northwestern Bantu, 7% Eastern Nigritic, 13% other African, less than 1% ... ...n north Terrain: broad, arid plains in center, desert in north, mountains in northwest, lowlands in south Land use: 2% arable land; NEGL% per- manent ... ...93,030 km 2 ; land area: 92,340 km 2 Comparative area: slightly smaller than Indiana Land boundaries: 2,242 km total Boundary disputes: none; Transylv... ...et (June to October) Terrain: mostly flat to undulating plains; mountains in northwest Land use: 9% arable land; 4% permanent crops; 9% meadows and pa... ... 98,480 km 2 ; land area: 98,190 km 2 Comparative area: slightly larger than Indiana Land boundary: 241 km with North Korea Coastline: 2,413 km Mariti... ...opical Terrain: mostly coastal lowlands, uplands in center, high plateaus in northwest, mountains in west Land use: 4% arable land; NEGL% per- manent ... ...92,080 km 2 ; land area: 91,640 km 2 Comparative area: slightly smaller than Indiana Land boundary: 1,207 km with Spain Coastline: 1,793 km Maritime c...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...(-Dmtschw Reich), French Republic (=Rt?pdliquce Frawaise), United Kingdom, Northwest Territory, Cook County, Evanston Township, Kansas City (New Yo... ..."In Illinois there are seventeen such institutions; in Ohio, twenty-two; in Indiana, thirteen;" "In Lincoln's first cabinet Seward was secretary of ... ... Wisconsin ......... Minnesota. ........ Michigan. ......... ........... Indiana Total ......... Diaph. I over s,. Diaph. 0.29 cm. over wedge....

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

...t 5. 136 See, e.g., Lopresti (115) (author of a book about the Pacific Northwest who wishes to quote many sources appears to be making transforma... ... Magazine Maureen Whelan et al./Various Art Museums (Denver Art Museum; Indianapolis Museum of Art; The J. Paul Getty Trust; The Los Angeles Count... ...ander Macgillvray 11. Houghton Mifflin Company David Eber 12. Indiana University, Copyright Management Kenny Crews Center 13. In...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 1 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...irations… Only when the family had “moved” into the malarious backwoods of Indiana, the mother had died, and a stepmother, a woman of thrift and energ... ...ashington. To the town constable’s he went to read the Revised Statutes of Indiana. Every printed page that fell into his hands he would greedily devo... ...ural antagonist. As very young men they had come to Illinois, Lincoln from Indiana, Douglas from Vermont, and had grown up together in public life, Do... ... Abraham Lincoln: V ol One similar to those he had told and enjoyed in the Indiana settlement and at New Salem. His wants remained as mod- est as they... ...1856, those that were classed as “doubtful,”—New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Indiana, or Illinois in the place of either New Jersey or Indiana. The most... ...rd had the larg- est following, mainly from New York, New England, and the Northwest. Cautious politicians doubted seriously whether Seward, to whom s... ...n consideration of such admis- sion, slavery was forever excluded from the Northwest Territory, was ruthlessly repealed in 1854, by a Congress elected...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 5 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...dinance for the government of this country, here in Ohio, our neighbors in Indiana, us who live in Illinois, our neighbors in Wisconsin and Michigan. ... ...ether again, and they adopted a new ordinance for the gov- ernment of this Northwest Territory, not contemplating terri- tory south of the river, for ... ... original States. The same process in a few years was gone through with in Indiana, and so with Illinois, and the same substantially with Michigan and... ...ent from the Confederation to the Constitution. Not only so, but I believe Indiana once or twice, if not Ohio, petitioned the Gen- eral Government for... ...na; and what I have said as between Kentucky and Ohio, I repeat as between Indiana and Kentucky: it is equally appli- cable. One additional argument i... ...784, three years before the Constitution—the United States then owning the Northwestern Territory, and no other— the Congress of the Confederation had... ...ution, but while the conven- tion was in session framing it, and while the Northwestern Ter- ritory still was the only Territory owned by the United S... ...nforce the Ordinance of ’87, in- cluding the prohibition of slavery in the Northwestern Terri- 96 The Writings of Abraham Lincoln: V ol Five tory. Th... ...d the act already mentioned, en- forcing the prohibition of slavery in the Northwestern Terri- tory. Not only was it the same Congress, but they were ...

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North America Volume Two

By: Anthony Trollope

...interrupted whether he would consent to be so treated. “The gentleman from Indiana has the floor.” “The gentleman from Ohio wishes to ask the gentlema... ... has the floor.” “The gentleman from Ohio wishes to ask the gentleman from Indiana a question.” “The gentleman from Indiana gives permission.” “The ge... ... 33 members; Penn- sylvania, 25; Ohio, 21; Virginia, 13; Massachusetts and Indiana, 11; Tennessee and Kentucky, 10; South Carolina, 6; and so on, till... ...d joined the South by a regular se- cession ordinance. Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana, to the north, were of course true to the Union. Under these circum... ...ille up to St. Louis, I crossed the Ohio River and passed through parts of Indiana and of Illinois, and, striking the Mississippi opposite St. Louis, ... ...but the com- promise was intended to prevent the advance of slavery in the Northwest. The compromise has been since annulled, on the ground, I believe... ...dual malice. While I was traveling in the States of New England and in the Northwest, I came across various camps at which 136 North America V ol. 2 ...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 6 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

.... LINCOLN. 6 The Writings of Abraham Lincoln: V ol Six SPEECH TO THE 12TH INDIANA REGIMENT, MA Y [15?] 1862 SOLDIERS, OF THE TWELFTH INDIANA REGIMENT... ... W AR DEPARTMENT, W ASHINGTON, D.C. June 28, 1862. GOVERNOR O. P . MORTON, Indianapolis, Ind: Y our despatch of to-day is just received. I have no rec... ... Tennessee. H. R. Gamble, Governor of Missouri. O. P . Morton, Governor of Indiana. David T odd, Governor of Ohio. Alexander Ramsey, Governor of Minne... ...r we sent to assist in organizing and getting off troops. Pennsylvania and Indiana accepted such officers kindly, and they now have more than twice as... ...l the other States together. If Illinois had got forward as many troops as Indiana, Cumberland Gap would soon be relieved from its present peril. Plea... ...r. The Father of Waters again goes unvexed to the sea. Thanks to the great Northwest for it; nor yet wholly to them. Three hundred miles up they met N... ... how far he is advanced. He and Hooker will so support you on the west and northwest as to enable you to look east and northeast. This is not an order...

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The Pit a Story of Chicago

By: Frank Norris

...roaring. Before midnight it would be leagues away boring through the Great Northwest, carrying Trade— the life blood of nations—into communities of wh... ...te Marie. For her and because of her all the Central States, all the Great Northwest roared with traffic and industry; sawmills screamed; factories, t... ...f risk. But the circumference was not bounded by the city. All through the Northwest, all through the central world of the Wheat the set and whirl of ... ...ated. T o the left were the bulletin blackboards, and beyond these, in the northwest angle of the floor, a great railed-in space where the Western Uni... ...ell of news like this right here on the floor. Remember that time when the Northwestern millers sold a hundred and fifty thousand barrels at one lick?... ...p, it would appear, was promising enough, as was also that of Missouri. In Indiana, however, Jadwin could guess that the hopes of even a mod- erate yi...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

...nsible in Pennsylvania; but they become less striking as we advance to the northwest. The majority of the emigrants who settle in the northwestern Sta... ...; and these cannot be taken without guns, ammunition, and traps. Among the Northwestern Indians particularly, the labor of supplying a family with foo... ... the Union one of its greatest dangers – Progress of the population to the Northwest – Power gravitates in the same direction – Passions originating ... ...This constant gravitation of the federal power and influ- ence towards the northwest is shown every ten years, when a general census of the population... ...This constant gravitation of the federal power and influ- ence towards the northwest is shown every ten years, when a general census of the population... ...n North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, and Missouri. In V ermont, Indiana, Illinois, South *This passage is extracted and translated from M. ... ...r list. Lastly, in the States of Missouri, Alabama, Illinois, Louisi- ana, Indiana, Kentucky, and V ermont, the conditions of vot- ing have no referen... ...isdiction are, in the federal constitution (Section 4, Art. 1); in that of Indiana (Art. 3, paragraphs 23 and 24); of New York (Art. 5); of Delaware (...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...on Long Is- land? Nobody has done anything with the ugly towns here in the Northwest except hold revivals and build libraries to contain the Elsie boo... ...t again, the snow came down as abruptly as a paper storm in a theater; the northwest gale flung it up in a half blizzard; and with her hope of a glori... ...e’s Bed.” “I’m glad,” said Carol to Kennicott as they stooped be- fore the northwest gale which was torturing the barren street, “that this is a moral... ...infested with curiosity. In France or Tibet quite as much as in Wyoming or Indiana these timidities are inherent in isolation. But a village in a coun... ...ir hind legs and claim that the East and Europe put it all over the golden Northwestland. Now let me nail that lie right here and now. `Ah-ha, ’ says ...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 2 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...ncoln: V ol Two VERSES WRITTEN BY LINCOLN AFTER A VISIT TO HIS OLD HOME IN INDIANA- (A FRAGMENT). [In December , 1847, when Lincoln was stumping for C... .... [In December , 1847, when Lincoln was stumping for Clay, he crossed into Indiana and revisited his old home. He writes: “That part of the country is... ...t Wisconsin should be obliged by having it reduced. But the gentleman from Indiana [Mr. C. B. Smith], the chairman of the Committee on Territo- ries, ... ..., and enhancing the price of the sections reserved, and the gentleman from Indiana took ground against that policy. He did not make any special argume... ...om Michigan, who had been regarded as the great champion of freedom in the Northwest, of which he was a distinguished ornament. Last year the Senator ... ...mits of or owned by Massachusetts, Virginia, and North Carolina. As to the Northwestern Territory, provision had been made even before the adoption of... ...ing respectively the condi- tion of the parent State, and those within the Northwest Territory following the previously made provision. But in 1803 we... ...wned territory be- yond their strict State limits. Virginia thus owned the Northwestern Territory—the country out of which the prin- cipal part of Ohi... ...ed the idea of taking that occasion to prevent slavery ever going into the Northwestern Terri- tory. He prevailed on the Virginia Legislature to adopt...

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North America Volume One

By: Anthony Trollope

... miles. From Detroit there is railway communi- cations through the immense Northwestern States of Michi- gan, Wisconsin, and Illinois, than which perh... ...ave entailed some delay at Quebec, and, as we were anxious to get into the Northwestern States before the winter commenced, we were obliged with great... ...Trollope CHAPTER VIII NORTH AND WEST From Niagara we determined to proceed Northwest—as far to the Northwest as we could go with any reasonable hope o... ... thinly spread themselves over the enormous wheat-growing districts of the Northwest. St. Paul, the capital of Minnesota, is nine hundred miles direct... ... in population as have these Western States. The list is as follows: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Min- nesota, Iowa, Kansas to which ... ...90 1,145,567 Total 2,774,181 808,503 3,582,684 In the West: Ohio 2,377,917 Indiana 1,350,802 Illinois 1,691,238 Michigan 754,291 Wisconsin 763,485 Min... ... Western command in Missouri as they existed at the time when I was in the Northwestern States, in order that the double action of the North and West ... ...Clair and by Lake Erie. It juts out to the northward from the main land of Indiana and Ohio, and is circumnavigable on the east, north, and west. Thes... ...itants, and its tenth thousand of volunteers was not then made up; whereas Indiana, with less than double its number, had already sent out thirty-six ...

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Leaves of Grass

By: Walt Whitman

...f the long running Mississippi, and down to the Mexican sea, Chants of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota, Chants going forth from... ... in Manhattan, Or with large steps crossing the prairies out of Illinois and Indiana, Rapidly crossing the West with springy gait and descending the A... ...owa, Minnesota, to sing their songs, (they are inimitable;) Then to Ohio and Indiana to sing theirs, to Missouri and Kansas and Arkansas to sing their... ...ng now more than Niagara pouring, Torrents of men, (sources and rills of the Northwest are you indeed inexhaustible?) What, to pavements and homestead... ... advancing, I saw, out of the land of prairies, land of Ohio’s waters and of Indiana, To the rescue the stalwart giant hurry his plenteous offspring, ... ...l points, Factories, mercantile life, labor saving machinery, the Northeast, Northwest, Southwest, Manhattan firemen, the Yankee swap, southern planta... ... near without one exception. Leaves of Grass –Whitman 407 THE T ORCH On my Northwest coast in the midst of the night a fishermen’s group stands watc... ...s, Those prairie sovereigns of the West, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio’s, Indiana’s millions, comrades, farmers, soldiers, all to the front, Invisi... ...well train’d runner, 288 On journeys through the States we start, 19 On my Northwest coast in the midst of the night a 408 On, on the same, ye jocu...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...s turned off and even primary radar contact with the aircraft was lost.The Indianapolis Air Traffic Control Center repeat- edly tried and failed to co... ...2 AM Page 14 “WE HAVE SOME PLANES” 15 BOSTON NEW YORK NEW YORK CLEVELAND INDIANAPOLIS Boston Center Otis Air Force Base Langley Air Force Base Nor... ...Headquarters Continental Aerospace Command Region (CONR) Cleveland Center Indianapolis Center New Y ork Center FAA Air Traffic Control Centers Report... ...oston knew was not necessarily known by centers in New York, Cleveland, or Indianapolis, or for that matter by the Command Center in Herndon or by FAA... ...other aircraft, and informed head- quarters that the aircraft was 20 miles northwest of Johnstown. United 93 was spotted by another aircraft, and, at ... ...rrorist Center rated the chance of success at less than 10 percent.T o the northwest, the Uzbeks might be ready for a cross-border sortie in six month... ...ower was also engulfed in smoke because of prevailing light winds from the northwest. 31 Within minutes, New York City’s 911 system was flooded with e... ... 7/17/04 1:24 PM Page 289 the fireball. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the northwest corner of the West Street level of the lobby had been blown out; ... ...c deci- sion. He ordered the Pakistani army into the frontier provinces of northwest Pakistan along the Afghan border, where Bin Ladin and Ayman al Za...

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Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

By: Ulysses S. Grant

...tled, but wolves had been driven out long before I left. Benjamin was from Indiana, still less populated, where the wolf yet roamed over the prairies.... ...ange. There were two detached spurs of hills or mountains to the north and northwest of the city, which were also fortified. On one of these stood the... ...could they have lived to see the shape it assumed. I travelled through the Northwest considerably during the winter of 1860-1. We had customers in all... ...colonel who had been mustered in from the State of Illinois, and some from Indiana, and felt that if they could com- mand a regiment properly, and wit... ...e 6th of April was two men killed and one wounded, all members of the 36th Indiana infantry. The Army of the Tennessee lost on that day at least 7,000... ...ithin an hour or two after the receipt of this dispatch, going by rail via Indianapolis. Just as the train I was on was starting out of the depot at I... ...aintances. Mr. Stanton dismissed the special train that had brought him to Indianapolis, and accompanied me to Louisville. Up to this time no hint had...

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