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* Burns, Michelle

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    Michelle Burns   Email:   cpmic@live.com  
 
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* Jardim, Simone

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    Simone Jardim   Email:   simone@usopenpickleballacademy.com   Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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*Publisher's notice

All real estate advertising herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitations, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or intention to make any such preferences, limitation or discrimination." We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law.

All persons are hereby informed all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.


EZ Classified Advertizing™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  Carmel IN, 46032 #EZ.6675 Exp 01-15
    Willard P. Rohrer, General/Business Manager   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   Rohrer, Willard  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Accountant, accounting, actuarial, appraisal, architect, attorney, decorator, design, engineer, legal, professional services

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Accounting, legal, professional services  
  #EZ.20727 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=93
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Auto: cars & trucks, aircraft, boats & motors, railroads, recreational vehicles, trains, travel, transportation

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Auto: cars & trucks, aircraft, boats & motors, recreational vehicles, travel, transportation  
  #EZ.20816 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=43
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Banks, Finance, Financial planning, Grants, Insurance, Investments, Loans, Mortgages, Stocks

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Banks, Finance, Grants, Insurance, Loans, Mortgages, Stocks  
  #EZ.20817 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=58
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Beauty, health & fitness, personal training, wellness

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Beauty, health & fitness, wellness  
  #EZ.20818 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=47
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Behavior, motivation

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Behavior, motivation  
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    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=107
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Birthdays & Anniversaries, Eulogies

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Birthdays & Anniversaries, Eulogies  
  #EZ.20828 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=44
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Library, correspondence, letters, writing & activities

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Library, correspondence, letters, writing & activities  
  #EZ.20843 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=69
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: One single, person

Nixon Newspapers - Category: One single, person  
  #EZ.20844 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=119
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Outdoor page: activities, recreation

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Outdoor page: activities, recreation  
  #EZ.20845 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=126
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Performance, measured results

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Performance, measured results  
  #EZ.20846 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=120
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Political issues, policy

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Political issues, policy  
  #EZ.20847 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=52
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Radio, television, cable, broadcast, podcast

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Radio, television, cable, broadcast, podcast  
  #EZ.20848 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=38
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Real Estate, Property

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Real Estate, Property  
  #EZ.20849 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=78
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Sports page

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Sports page  
  #EZ.20850 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=124
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Stories, favorites and great

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Volunteer, service opportunities  
  #EZ.20851 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=121
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Technology, Science, Gadgets

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  #EZ.20852 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=122
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Comment/Feedback/News/Opinion: Utilities: Cable tv, electric, gas, telephone, water

Nixon Newspapers - Category: Utilities: Cable tv, electric, gas, telephone, water  
  #EZ.20853 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=98
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Nixon Newspapers - Category: Volunteer, service opportunities  
  #EZ.20854 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.nixonnewspapers.org/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=99
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Article V of the US Constitution

The federal government is broken. Career politicians in Washington will never limit their own power.

Our Founding Fathers entrusted us -- the American people -- with authority to call a Convention of States to propose amendments to limit federal power.

The U.S. Constitution dictates  everything not specifically designated to the federal government should be entrusted to the states.

That's not what’s happening today. Most states only control 40% of issues pertaining to their own money -- unelected bureaucrats decide the rest.

Sixty percent of the time… someone sitting in an office on the other side of the country… who was never even elected… makes decisions that directly impact your life.

Mark Levin says, "Today the federal government is the nation's largest creditor, lender, employer, consumer, grantor, property owner, tenant, insurer, healthcare provider, and pension guarantor: Does that sound like limited government to you?"

The Founders left a solution as big as the problem.

Now it's time to use the power entrusted to the states in Article V, to propose amendments to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, impose fiscal restraints, and place term limits on Congress, staffers, and bureaucrats.

Mark Meckler comment, “This is the battle of our generation.”

It only takes 34 states to make it happen, and twelve are already onboard. We're closing in on victory. Find out more, click the video button. You can skip the ad in 3 seconds.

To contribute, click the website link.


Convention Of States Action  
  5850 San Felipe, Suite 580A Houston TX, 77057 #RAWHMBTV.19390 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   secure.anedot.com/convention-of-states-action-cosaction/levindonate
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Bugle calls

  #CUL.13498 Exp 09-26
    Website Link:   bands.army.mil/music/bugle/
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
Performance, measured results
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Candidate Obama promised to fundamentally transform America and that's one promise he has kept. Turning a shining city on a hill into a sinking ship.

~ Sarah Palin  
  #EZ.36791 Exp 12-10
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
Education: seminars, training, tutors, vocational schools
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College of choice: Learn Freedom and Faith on Campus

Hillsdale College is out of step with much of what goes on at American Colleges and universities.

Our students, do not demand “safe spaces” where their views can go unchallenged. Nor do they seek to deny the speech rights of fellow students, professors, or guest speakers with whom they disagree.

Hillsdale College is committed, by its Articles of Association, to provide “sound learning” essential to preserving “civil and religious liberty”—in other words, a liberal arts education that proceeds by free and open discussion.

Another way Hillsdale is out of step today stems from its commitment, also in its Articles of Association, “to teach by precept and example the essentials of the Christian faith.”

In keeping with this, the College is building a grand and beautiful chapel, called Christ Chapel, in the heart of campus. It’s named after the Philadelphia church where many of America’s Founding Fathers worshiped during the Continental Congress. It will provide a much-needed place of worship for all Hillsdale students, regardless of denomination.


Hillsdale College   517 437-7341 | Fax: (517) 437-3923
  33 E College St Hillsdale MI, 49242 #EZ.35921 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.hillsdale.edu
    Larry P. Arnn - President, Hillsdale College   Email:   larry.p.arnn@hillsdale.edu   Ref:   Hillsdale College  
 
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Daily prayer

Lord, encourage, help me become a steadfast follower, so by example, I may be a leader.

  #EZ.37228 Exp 12-31
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Library, correspondence, letters, writing & activities
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English vocabulary - how to build yours using a paper clip


Sign up to get an e-mail with a new word featured each day.


Subject: vocabulary  
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    Website Link:   www.wordsmith.org
    Ref:   The Manager's Intelligence Report sample p15  
 
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FAQ: How to find local information - search by zip code

Enter the zip code where you want to locate the information (then check the exact zip code box if needed)
Step #1:
Enter your zip code. The database will select all items with the first three digits of your zip code, in this case "460" which generally is a sectional center or a 50 mile radius.

Step #2:
If that search displays too many results, click the box for "Exact" zip code. Then the database will select all items in the five digits of your zip code, in this case "46032" which generally is a 10 mile radius.

Step #3:
Click the "Search" button


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    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=102
    Ref:   DMN  
 
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FAQ: How to find specific categories and subjects

Each data base is custom and may have different categories. Look under "Announcements" for a cross reference where to find different subjects.

EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #EZ.30618 Exp 12-31
    Willard P. Rohrer, General/Business Manager   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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FAQ: How to find specific known business #1

Enter the name of the business in this field to search
Step #1:
Enter the name of the business. The more letters you use in the search the more precise it will be, but if you use fewer letters, more choices will appear.

Step #2:
Determine if you want to search the entire database or only this category.

Step #3:
Click the "Search" button

To make the search more precise, add additional fields.


EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  #EZ.30243 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=102
    Willard P Rohrer, Classified Advertising Mgr   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   DMN  
 
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Introducing Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™ -- sampler package - a new way to reach your neighbors
Price: $145.00 / Business card size or $290 for larger dollar bill size

Cost per delivery $.027 business card size
Cost per delivery $.057 dollar bill size

Standard sampler mailing package is approximately 5,000 - full package option to deliver entire zip code

Would you like to be included with your neighbor businesses package
 Value of more options for interest and awareness of neighborhood assets

Price for single participant $3,175
Charter members - renewal rate fixed, when there is no interruption of use,
priority for dollar size option, if bumped, priority for following package

EDDM fact sheet - see "Select your zip code" link and enter specific zip code you are interested in

Incentives:
Buy one, get one free or (Bring a friend, both get half off)
$10 or other amount off or % (coupon in the mailed package)
Yard signs
Store signs

Deadline: 4 weeks prior to delivery date, payment due with order (US Post Office delivery receipt proof provided two days after delivery date)


Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™  
  #RAWHMBTV.18482 Exp 12-31
    Ref:   dmn  
 
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Introducing Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™ target: a new way to reach your neighbors

Residual benefit from every mailing, accept current offer, remove when you don't want to honor the most recent offer

Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™   317 844-8189
  #RAWHMBTV.18481 Exp 12-31
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   dmn  
 
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Introducing Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™ target: your neighborhood



Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™  
  #RAWHMBTV.18480 Exp 12-31
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Introducing Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™ target: your neighborhood delivered to every door by our partner



Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™  
  #RAWHMBTV.18483 Exp 12-31
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Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™   317 844-8189
  160 W. Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #RAWHMBTV.18519 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   eddm.usps.com/eddm/customer/routeSearch.action?logoutDisplay=true
    on Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   dmn  
 
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Introduction Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™ target: your neighborhood delivered to every door 46032

About to take off - Limited number of participants for target mail delivered by the post office to every door in selected carrier routes in zip code 46032.

This shows the SE corner of Carml IN 46032

Includes carrier routes:
46032-CO11


Welcome Neighbor Advertizing™   317 844-8189
  160 W. Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #RAWHMBTV.18478 Exp 12-31
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   dmn  
 
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IPC Susan Boyles- October 16

IPC  
  #CUL.14639 Exp 10-16
    Email:   askleonarda@gmail.com   Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Life Is an Attitude

Ron Heagy is an outstanding author, speaker and counselor, who has his master's degree in social counseling. He is also paints using his mouth and has sold well over a thousand different pictures. He has been happily married since 1992 to a loving and beautiful wife.

To see Ron is an inspiration. To listen to him is an encouragement. To read him is educational. The most exciting thing: he developed all his skills and accomplished all these objectives after he broke his neck in a surfing accident that left him a quadriplegic.

Today, his most outstanding characteristic is his tremendously good attitude.

Meeting him and looking into his eyes, watching his video or reading his book, "Life Is An Attitude," are all inspiring experiences. As he expresses it:

"Attitudes are contagious. Is yours worth catching?"

Before the accident, Ron was an outstanding high-school athlete. He had a scholarship to play football at Oregon State University and was injured on the day before his 18th birthday. One day, he could bench-press 300 pounds, but he couldn't lift his finger the next.

When the accident first happened, Ron was heartbroken, angry and bitter, and he held more than a few "pity parties" as he grieved his losses.

Fortunately for Ron, his mother, an upbeat lady who loves him deeply, encouraged him to develop his other talents and abilities, and she suggested he become a painter.

Eventually, he could lift his voice and his paintbrush with his mouth.

Today, Ron travels the country encouraging people to use what they have to help others have a better life. Remember: If Ron can do what he's done with his life, you can do more with yours. Take Ron Heagy's approach and you will have something to smile about.


  #EZ.36960 Exp 10-15
    Website Link:   ziglar.com
    Ref:   Zig Ziglar Message for Daily Living  
 
Museums, art galleries, exhibits, zoo
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Opening Date: 2017

Corporate Office:
7507 S.W. 44th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73179
Museum Address:
409 3rd St SW, Washington, DC 20024-4706

Story at this link:
http://www.wnd.com/2017/03/museum-of-the-bible-a-ray-of-light-in-a-dark-city/


Museum of the Bible   202 848-1600
  409 3rd St SW C-700 Washington DC, 20024 #EZ.36287 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.museumofthebible.org
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Operations - sign in

This is a typical listing format. To sign in and modify listings, follow the steps:
(The first step is to click on the website link, just below the street address, city, state and zip code in this listing.)


US Open Indoor Championships   317 844-8189
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #EZ.240 Exp 12-30
    Website Link:   radioad.org/wtri/sales
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@ezclassifiedz.com   Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Operations - sign in step 1

After you have clicked the link following "Website:" in the listing above (radioad.org/wtri/sales), you will see this screen to sign in.


Complete the sign in using your user name and password. Suggest you always copy and paste your user name and password to avoid changing any data. It is case sensitive.

Go to step 2.


US Open Indoor Championships   317 844-8189
  #EZ.242 Exp 12-30
    Website Link:   radioad.org/wtri/sales
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@ezclassifiedz.com   Ref:   dmn  
 
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Operations - sign in step 2 #RAWTRI.15915 Exp 12-30

Operations - sign in step 2 #RAWTRI.15915 Exp 12-30
After you have signed in correctly, you will notice your name where "signed in" appears

Notice Item #1 - Main Menu.
Depending on what level of access you have, your main menu may not display all options listed here.

Notice Item #2 - usopenindoorchampionships.com
which identifies you are in the correct database for: US Open Indoor Championships

Notice Item #3 - searchable fields in the data base

This explains how the content of the listing for  Step 1is displayed:
Operations - sign in step 1 - format: bold face type, field: Title (Searchable)

The content of the listing follows: format: regular type, field: Content may contain graphics or photographs (not Searchable)
After you have clicked the link following, you will see this screen.

Complete the sign in using your user name and password. Suggest you always copy and paste so you don't change anything and data is case sensitive.

Go to step 2.
(end of content field)

US Open Indoor Championships - format: bold face type, field: Business Name (Searchable) 317 844-8189 - format: bold face type, (red) field: Area code (Searchable) and Phone (Searchable)
160 W Carmel Dr  - format: indented, regular type, field: Address (not Searchable) Carmel IN -  format: regular type, field: City & State (not Searchable), 46032 -  format: regular type, field: Zip Code (Searchable) #RAWTRI.15914  - format: regular type,(blue) field: ID (system generated unique number) (Searchable) Exp 12-31- format: regular type,(blue) field: Expires (default 30 days from date entered) (Searchable)
Website Link:   radioad.org/wtri/sales - format: regular type, field: Website (automatic link (red)) (Searchable)
Don Nixon  - format: regular type, field: Contact (not Searchable)   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@ezclassifiedz.com  - format: regular type, field: Email (automatic link (red)) (Searchable)   Ref:   dmn  - format: regular type, field: default author or reference added (not Searchable)


Go to step 3.

   US Open Indoor Championships
         
Operations - sign in step 3 modify listing #RAWTRI.15917 Exp 12-30
Sign in and search for specific listing and make modifications as needed.

Options:
Futures, multiple email addresses for simultaneously send follow up

   US Open Indoor Championships
         
Operations - sign in step 3 new listing #RAWTRI.15916 Exp 12-30
Click the button and complete the data needed for each field

   US Open Indoor Championships
         


US Open Indoor Championships  
  #EZ.241 Exp 12-30
    Ref:   dmn  
 
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Operations - sign in step 3 modify listing

Operations - sign in step 3 modify listing #EZ.239 Exp 12-30
Sign in and search for specific listing and make modifications as needed.

Each field can be modified if you have correct access level.





Options:
Futures, multiple email addresses for simultaneously send follow up

 


  #EZ.239 Exp 12-30
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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Operations - sign in step 4 create new listing

Click this button and you will get a blank entry for each field. There are some fields you should avoid unless you know how to use them. It's better to ask first.
Make certain you know what contents are required


  #EZ.238 Exp 12-30
    Ref:   Nixon, Don  
 
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What was the most inaccurate thing you were taught by a history teacher?

Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D., author of Coping With Difficult Teachers

It’s what they DIDN’T teach us that is most shocking.

It’s what they left out and omitted.

For instance, I was completely shocked and surprised, as an adult, to learn about the Trail of Tears.



At the beginning of the 1830s, nearly 125,000 Native Americans lived on millions of acres of land in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina and Florida–land their ancestors had occupied and cultivated for generations. By the end of the decade, very few natives remained anywhere in the southeastern United States. Working on behalf of white settlers who wanted to grow cotton on the Indians’ land, the federal government forced them to leave their homelands and walk thousands of miles to a specially designated “Indian territory” across the Mississippi River. This difficult and sometimes deadly journey is known as the Trail of Tears.

THE “INDIAN PROBLEM”
White Americans, particularly those who lived on the western frontier, often feared and resented the Native Americans they encountered: To them, American Indians seemed to be an unfamiliar, alien people who occupied land that white settlers wanted (and believed they deserved). Some officials in the early years of the American republic, such as President George Washington, believed that the best way to solve this “Indian problem” was simply to “civilize” the Native Americans. The goal of this civilization campaign was to make Native Americans as much like white Americans as possible by encouraging them convert to Christianity, learn to speak and read English, and adopt European-style economic practices such as the individual ownership of land and other property (including, in some instances in the South, African slaves). In the southeastern United States, many Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, Creek and Cherokee people embraced these customs and became known as the “Five Civilized Tribes.”

Did You Know?
Indian removal took place in the Northern states as well. In Illinois and Wisconsin, for example, the bloody Black Hawk War in 1832 opened to white settlement millions of acres of land that had belonged to the Sauk, Fox and other native nations.

But their land, located in parts of Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, Florida and Tennessee, was valuable, and it grew to be more coveted as white settlers flooded the region. Many of these whites yearned to make their fortunes by growing cotton, and they did not care how “civilized” their native neighbors were: They wanted that land and they would do almost anything to get it. They stole livestock; burned and looted houses and towns;, and squatted on land that did not belong to them.

State governments joined in this effort to drive Native Americans out of the South. Several states passed laws limiting Native American sovereignty and rights and encroaching on their territory. In a few cases, such as Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831) and Worcester v. Georgia (1832), the U.S. Supreme Court objected to these practices and affirmed that native nations were sovereign nations “in which the laws of Georgia [and other states] can have no force.” Even so, the maltreatment continued. As President Andrew Jackson noted in 1832, if no one intended to enforce the Supreme Court’s rulings (which he certainly did not), then the decisions would “[fall]…still born.” Southern states were determined to take ownership of Indian lands and would go to great lengths to secure this territory.

INDIAN REMOVAL
Andrew Jackson had long been an advocate of what he called “Indian removal.” As an Army general, he had spent years leading brutal campaigns against the Creeks in Georgia and Alabama and the Seminoles in Florida–campaigns that resulted in the transfer of hundreds of thousands of acres of land from Indian nations to white farmers. As president, he continued this crusade. In 1830, he signed the Indian Removal Act, which gave the federal government the power to exchange Native-held land in the cotton kingdom east of the Mississippi for land to the west, in the “Indian colonization zone” that the United States had acquired as part of the Louisiana Purchase. (This “Indian territory” was located in present-day Oklahoma.)

The law required the government to negotiate removal treaties fairly, voluntarily and peacefully: It did not permit the president or anyone else to coerce Native nations into giving up their land. However, President Jackson and his government frequently ignored the letter of the law and forced Native Americans to vacate lands they had lived on for generations. In the winter of 1831, under threat of invasion by the U.S. Army, the Choctaw became the first nation to be expelled from its land altogether. They made the journey to Indian territory on foot (some “bound in chains and marched double file,” one historian writes) and without any food, supplies or other help from the government. Thousands of people died along the way. It was, one Choctaw leader told an Alabama newspaper, a “trail of tears and death.”

THE TRAIL OF TEARS
The Indian-removal process continued. In 1836, the federal government drove the Creeks from their land for the last time: 3,500 of the 15,000 Creeks who set out for Oklahoma did not survive the trip.

The Cherokee people were divided: What was the best way to handle the government’s determination to get its hands on their territory? Some wanted to stay and fight. Others thought it was more pragmatic to agree to leave in exchange for money and other concessions. In 1835, a few self-appointed representatives of the Cherokee nation negotiated the Treaty of New Echota, which traded all Cherokee land east of the Mississippi for $5 million, relocation assistance and compensation for lost property. To the federal government, the treaty was a done deal, but many of the Cherokee felt betrayed: After all, the negotiators did not represent the tribal government or anyone else. “The instrument in question is not the act of our nation,” wrote the nation’s principal chief, John Ross, in a letter to the U.S. Senate protesting the treaty. “We are not parties to its covenants; it has not received the sanction of our people.” Nearly 16,000 Cherokees signed Ross’s petition, but Congress approved the treaty anyway.

By 1838, only about 2,000 Cherokees had left their Georgia homeland for Indian territory. President Martin Van Buren sent General Winfield Scott and 7,000 soldiers to expedite the removal process. Scott and his troops forced the Cherokee into stockades at bayonet point while whites looted their homes and belongings. Then, they marched the Indians more than 1,200 miles to Indian territory. Whooping cough, typhus, dysentery, cholera and starvation were epidemic along the way, and historians estimate that more than 5,000 Cherokee died as a result of the journey.

By 1840, tens of thousands of Native Americans had been driven off of their land in the southeastern states and forced to move across the Mississippi to Indian territory. The federal government promised that their new land would remain unmolested forever, but as the line of white settlement pushed westward, “Indian country” shrank and shrank. In 1907, Oklahoma became a state and Indian territory was gone for good.

Article Details:Trail of Tears
Author: History.com Staff
Website Name: History.com
Year Published: 2009
Title: Trail of Tears
Publisher: A+E Networks


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