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List Of Current United States Senators - Members - Members By State
... House University of Hawaii, George Washington University (BA, JD) 1924 ... Hawaii 1 Akaka, DanielDaniel Akaka Democratic Director of the Hawaii Office of Economic Opportunity ... House, Idaho Senate Brigham Young University (BA), Harvard Law School 1951 ... Idaho 2 Risch, JimJim Risch Republican Governor of Idaho, Lieutenant Governor ... Governor, Nevada Assembly Southern Utah University, Utah State University, George Washington University 1939 ... Nevada 1 Heller, DeanDean Heller Republican U.S ...
Roseville Pottery - History
... It was incorporated in 1892 with George Young, a former Roseville salesman, as secretary and general manager ... Under the direction of Young, the Roseville company had great success producing stoneware flower pots and other practical household items ... purchasing Midland Pottery, and by 1896 George Young had amassed a controlling interest in Roseville Pottery ...
George Young, Lord Young
... George Young (2 July 1819 – 21 May 1907) was a Scottish Liberal MP in the British Parliament and a Judge, with the judicial title of Lord Young ... After an election petition, that election was declared void and the seat awarded to Young on 28 May 1874 ...
March 4 - Births
1460) 1484 – George, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, follower of Martin Luther (d. 1763) 1719 – George Pigot, Baron Pigot, British governor of Madras (d. 1880) 1823 – George Caron, Canadian businessman and politician (d ...
National Jewish Sports Hall Of Fame And Museum - Awards - The George Young Award
... The George Young Award is given to the person, Jewish or non-Jewish, who "has best exemplified the high ideals that George Young displayed" ... (basketball), Preston Robert Tisch (football), George Young (football) and James Metzger (lacrosse) ...

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