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  1. Oct 09, 2012 · William Henry Lewis, Jr. entered into a peaceful rest on Tuesday October 9, 2012. He was born on April 5, 1932 to the late William and Rebecca Lewis, Sr. In October of 1954 he was married to Gladys Jones, from this union seven children were born. William attended St. Thomas Episcopal Church all his life until his health started failing him.

  2. Franco Harris is a retired American football player. He was born in March 7, 1950 to an African American father and an Italian mother. He studied at Rancocas Valley Regional High School in New Jersey and later at Penn State University. Here he played for the team “Littany Lions” as.

  3. Nov 24, 2020 · Lewis Henry Morgan (b. 1818–d. 1881) is considered one of the founding fathers of modern anthropology. As a young lawyer in Rochester, New York, he founded a local club, The Grand Order of the Iroquois, whose members championed Iroquois rights to their land, claimed by the Ogden Company. In the process, he acquired a more systematic interest ...

  4. Jul 24, 2009 · Henry Louis Gates Jr. was born Sept. 16, 1950, in Keyser, W.Va. His father worked at the local paper mill during the day and as a janitor at a telephone company at night. His mother cleaned houses ...

  5. WILLIAM HENRY LEWIS . Three Missives. In Your Oshe Shango Dream. You are in a house, but it is not your home. Different curtains, wrong colors, plates hung where pictures should be. The wood floors are scrubbed clean, but bristle strokes have worn a grain in the waxhaze skin of the maple flooring. The windows bow inward, toward you.

  6. Lewis Henry Morgan, an ethnologist and one of the first American scientific theorists in the field of anthropology, was born in Aurora, New York in 1818. After studying at Cayuga Academy, Morgan entered Union College as a junior in 1838 and graduated in 1840. He returned to Aurora after graduation and began studying law.

  7. Jul 28, 2005 · Coffin, Jr. William Sloan 1949. William Sloane Coffin was a member of Skull and Bones Society at the same time as George Herbert Walker Bush. The both went to work for the CIA. However, that is where the similarity ended. Bush discovered how he could make his fortune by working closely with the CIA and the MICIC.