Tupper may refer to: One of the first settlers in the Continental United States, more specific, the state of Vermont. The surname Tupper is loosely translated as a "peaceful ruler" contribed from English history Historical figures:
- Anselm Tupper (1763-1808), Continental Army officer, pioneer to the Ohio Country, son of Benjamin Tupper
- Benjamin Tupper (1738-1792), Continental Army officer, and pioneer to the Ohio Country
- Sir Charles Tupper (1821-1915), Prime Minister of Canada
- Frances Tupper, his wife
- Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper (1855-1927), their son, Solicitor General and Minister of Justice of Canada
- William Johnston Tupper (1862-1947), also their son, Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba
- Earl Silas Tupper (1907-1983), American businessman, inventor of Tupperware
- Ferdinand Brock Tupper (1795-1874), British historian
- Jeff Tupper, the creator of Tupper's self-referential formula
- Rev. Henry Martin Tupper (1831–1893), founder of Shaw University
- Martin Farquhar Tupper (1810-1889), English poet and antiquarian
- Stanley Roger Tupper (1921-2006), American politician, United States Congressman from Maine
- Alf Tupper, comic strip character
- Amos Tupper, sheriff on U.S. television's Murder, She Wrote
- George Tupper, in P.G. Wodehouse's stories
- Tommy Tupper, from The Benny Hill Show
- Martin Tupper, from U.S. television's Dream On (TV series)
- Hannah Tupper, in The Witch of Blackbird Pond
- Tupper the Bulldog, mascot of Bryant University
- Tupper, a meth dealer from The Green Hornet
- Tupper Lake, New York
- Tuppers Plains, Ohio
- Point Tupper, Nova Scotia
- Tupper Lake, Michigan
Other articles related to "tupper":
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... Benjamin Tupper (March 11, 1738 – June 16, 1792) was a soldier in the French and Indian War, and an officer of the Continental Army during the American ... Benjamin Tupper was a co-founder of the Ohio Company of Associates, and was a pioneer to the Ohio Country, involved in establishing Marietta, Ohio as the first permanent ...
... The CCGS Tupper was a Canadian Coast Guard Ice-strengthened Navigation aids vessel that served from 1959-1998 ... The vessel was commissioned into the Department of Transport's Marine Service as CGS Tupper in 1959 at Marine Industries, Sorel using the prefix "Canadian Government Ship" ... was merged into the newly formed Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) and the CGS Tupper was renamed CCGS Tupper ...
... Enola returns to her lodgings to find that somebody has kidnapped her landlady, Mrs ... Tupper ...
... Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School was established in 1959, starting with grades 7, 8, and 9 ... Tupper currently has a student population of approximately one thousand ... its 50th Anniversary on September 29, 2009 with hosts Friends of Tupper Fund ...
Famous quotes containing the word tupper:
“A good book is the best of friends, the same today and for ever.”
—Martin Tupper (18101889)