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Nevada WW2 NMCG Casualty List – M Surnames

MAU, David L., Pfc., USMC. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Mau, 1156 High St., Ely. McCLURE, Charles W., Pfc., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Beverly M. Roberson, 449 15th St., Sparks. McCOMBS, James T., Cpl., USMC. Friend, Mr. Jack Travis, Montello. MILLICK, Arnold R., Pfc.,...

Biography of Thomas Howard

This substantial and capable gentleman is one of the real builders of the county of Harney, and it is quite proper that he should be accorded representation in its history, being a man greatly respected and worthy of the high esteem given to him. He was born in the...

Winnemucca, Chief of the Paiute

Like the great Montezuma of old Mexico, Chief Winnemucca, who was born and lived the most of his life beside Pyramid Lake, Nevada, had a thinking mind and a large, warm heart. He was chief of an Indian nation called the Paiute and before any white men came over the...

Toc-me-to-ne, an Indian Princess

We called her Sarah Winnemucca, but her real name was Toe-me-to-ne, which means shell-flower. Have you ever seen these flowers growing in an old garden among their many cousins of the Mint family? Well, Toe-me-to-ne loved them of all flowers best, for was she not...

Biography of James S. Hudson

JAMES S. HUDSON. This gentleman is one of the substantial residents of Newton County, Arkansas, and is also one of the pioneers of the same, for he has resided here since his birth, which occurred on February 4, 1857. His uncle, Samuel Hudson, was the first white...
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