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Fri Mar 21 17:13:16 2014 UTClccn-n931077330.00Two for three on 3030.501.00"Saerasmid," an early promoter of Walt Whitman /50905752n 931077333489397lccn-n93107730Titus, Charles H.(Charles Henry)1819-1878lccn-n78085476Emerson, Ralph Waldo(1803-1882)lccn-no2012077554Davis, Merrell R.lccn-n79047559Ferguson, Alfred R.lccn-no96006765Gilman, William H.lccn-n93082885Plumstead, A. W.lccn-n78095328United StatesMarine Corpsnp-connor, j halConnor, J. Hallccn-n50025038Hayford, Harrisonnp-parsons, j eParsons, J. E.Clark, George P.HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcTitus, Charles H.--(Charles Henry),TravelUnited States--Northwest, OldNicaraguaUnited States.--Marine CorpsAmericansSandino, Augusto CeĢsar,American poetryWhitman, Walt,ParodiesApplications for positionsUnited StatesLife insurance--Societies, etcStocks--Taxation19551966196919701971197519942001525911977.02F484.35173ocn044959513file19940.50Titus, Charles HInto the old Northwest journeys with Charles H. Titus, 1841-1846History21ocn047062558book20010.84Clark, George BWith the Old Corps in NicaraguaHistory"A primary preoccupation of the United States Marine Corps between the world wars were the so-called "Banana Wars" in Nicaragua during the 20s and 30s. Over the years the Corps' presence ebbed and flowed as varied Nicaraguan political factions came to control the local government." "The Marines' most formidable opponent was the now legendary guerilla leader Augusto Sandino. Although his was a patriotic/nationalistic movement, this did not prevent him from encouraging his followers to commit crimes against persons and property. Rapine, murder, and other assorted mayhem, tending to be antithetical to American business interests within Nicaragua, put the original Sandanistas on the wrong side of U.S. foreign policy and perforce the Marine Corps."+-+528269643511ocn490905873book19690.37Emerson, Ralph WaldoThe journals and miscellaneous notebooks11ocn490905904book19750.37Emerson, Ralph WaldoThe journals and miscellaneous notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson / 1848-185111ocn490905854book19660.47Emerson, Ralph WaldoThe journals and miscellaneous notebooks11ocn490905890book19700.35Emerson, Ralph WaldoThe journals and miscellaneous notebooks11ocn835665238art19551.00Clark, George P"Saerasmid," an early promoter of Walt WhitmanCriticism, interpretation, etcFocuses on various parodies of Walt Whitman. Information in the scrapbook of Whitman; Imitation of 'The Raven' by Charles Desmarais11ocn038880721book19550.47Connor, J. Hal"Sincerel yours" : some gentle counsel to those writing letters of application01ocn004724676rcrd1971Clark, George PTwo for three on 303+-+5282696435+-+5282696435Fri Mar 21 15:23:38 EDT 2014batch5482