Weldon

Weldon may refer to:

  • Weldon’s bark-grinding mill, a type of bark mill

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Other articles related to "weldon":

Catherine Weldon
... Catherine Weldon was a 19th-century artist and activist with the National Indian Defense Association ... Weldon became confidante and private secretary to Sitting Bull during the time when Plains Indians had adopted the Ghost Dance movement ...
Weldon, Saskatchewan - External Links
... Weldon Village Council Saskatchewan City Town Maps Saskatchewan Gen Web - One Room School Project Post Offices and Postmasters - ArchiviaNet - Library and Archives Canada ...
C. Weldon Lawrence
... Weldon Lawrence (April 15, 1926 - January, 2000) was a Canadian politician in the Province of New Brunswick ... From 1950 to 1954, Weldon Lawrence served on the county council for the Parish of Dumfries ... Weldon Lawrence was married to Jean Pike (1934–1971) ...
Sestak - U.S. House Campaigns - 2006
... Sestak challenged ten-term incumbent Curt Weldon in a race for the seat ... In the second quarter of 2006, he raised $704,000 to Weldon's $692,000 in the third, $1.14 million to $912,000 ... As of September 30, 2006, Sestak had $1.53 million cash on hand, while Weldon had $1.12 million in the bank after making a $500,000 TV ad buy that had not started as of the close of ...
Charles Wesley Weldon
... Charles Wesley Weldon, QC (February 27, 1830 – January 12, 1896) was a Canadian lawyer and politician ... He was born in Richibucto, New Brunswick, the son of John Wesley Weldon and Frances Chandler Upham ... Weldon was defeated in the 1891 general election ...

Famous quotes containing the word weldon:

    Young man—Young man—Your arm’s too short to box with God.
    —James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938)

    This Great God,
    Like a mammy bending over her baby,
    Kneeled down in the dust
    Toiling over a lump of clay
    Till He shaped it in His own image;
    —James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938)

    We shelter children for a time; we live side by side with men; and that is all. We owe them nothing, and are owed nothing. I think we owe our friends more, especially our female friends.
    —Fay Weldon (b. 1933)