Johnson City

Johnson City is the name of several places in the United States:

  • Johnson City, Kansas
  • Johnson City, New York
  • Johnson City, Oregon
  • Johnson City, Tennessee
  • Johnson City, Texas

Other articles related to "johnson city, johnson, city":

Clarence Horton Greene - Biography
... Blind Lemon Jefferson, who played on the streets of Johnson City, Tennessee, during the early 1920s ... the 1928 and 1929 Columbia Records’ field studio sessions in Johnson City conducted by Columbia producer Frank Walker and the 1928 Victor sessions hosted by ... Columbia sessions emerged a regional hit song, "Johnson City Blues," in which Greene adapted Ida Cox's tune "Chattanooga Blues" to fit Johnson City ...
George F. Johnson - Biography - Endicott-Johnson Co. & The Square Deal
... In 1899, Johnson became co-owner of the business, which was renamed the Endicott-Johnson Co ... Endicott-Johnson was the first company in the shoe industry to introduce the 8-hour workday, 40-hour workweek, and comprehensive medical care ... Although Johnson oversaw many different factories throughout the Susquehanna Valley of Broome County, he attracted many immigrant workers to the area by ...
Johnson City, Tennessee - Points of Interest
... State Historic Site Montrose Court The Mall at Johnson City Johnson City Airport Tri-Cities Regional Airport Watauga River Boone Lake Gray Fossil Site ...
Andrew Davie - Baseball Career
... As a first baseman and outfielder with the Johnson City Cardinals in 2001, Davie batted.221 with two home runs and 22 RBI in 39 games ... In his second season with Johnson City in 2002, Davie hit.219 in 45 games with nine doubles, two triples, six home runs and 23 runs batted in ... with eight home runs and 24 RBI in 50 games for Johnson City ...
Johnson City Metropolitan Area
... The Johnson City Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of three counties in eastern Tennessee, anchored by ...

Famous quotes containing the words city and/or johnson:

    Man will return to his origins. Goethe has finally become as squiggly as the city of his fathers.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    The comparison between Coleridge and Johnson is obvious in so far as each held sway chiefly by the power of his tongue. The difference between their methods is so marked that it is tempting, but also unnecessary, to judge one to be inferior to the other. Johnson was robust, combative, and concrete; Coleridge was the opposite. The contrast was perhaps in his mind when he said of Johnson: “his bow-wow manner must have had a good deal to do with the effect produced.”
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)