Berwanger, “Hardin and Langston: Western Black Spokesmen of the Reconstruction Era,” Journal of Negro History 64 (Spring 1979).
In 1853, the Lumbee Indians, a triracial people who are descendants of several southeastern Indian tribes, whites, and African Americans, named themselves after the Lumber River, which flows through their homeland in North Carolina.
Nonetheless, he managed to graduate from Middlebury College in 1823, after which he taught school in Peru, New York, where he studied for the Congregational ministry and, in 1826, married Mercy Ladd Merrill.
Called successively to pastor congregations in Vergennes and Brownington, Vermont, Twilight also became the headmaster of the Orleans County Grammar School.
Please check back periodically as new information is added and updated frequently. The company was founded in 1941 by Javier Benjumea Puigcerver and Jos Manuel Abaurre Fernndez-Pasalagua, and is based in Seville, Spain. plant, which was purchased in the Fall of 1903 and was in full production by May 1904. The President and General Manager of both plants was William Harris Tantum who came from Trenton, NJ when the company was formed.
According to Jack Tod's Electrical Porcelain book, the Adamant Porcelain Co.
After the railroad arrived in 1848, numerous other industries were established.
The original company listing was put together as a searching guide for a research trip to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum catalog archives in August 2006. Name changed from Allied Insulators Ltd with purchase by the Fairey Group Ltd and Doulton Insulators was brought in at this time. The 1921 EMF Electrical Year Book said the company manufactured porcelain portable lamps, radio and wiring devices.
A special thanks to Caleb Thimell for supplying his list of foreign insulator companies and to Rick Soller for his input and company listing on his web site. The Doulton division was known as Allied Doulton Insulators.
The Ashuelot River provided water power for sawmills, gristmills and tanneries.
Land was set off for the towns of Sullivan and Roxbury, although Keene would annex 154 acres (0.62 km Timothy Dwight, the Yale president who chronicled his travels, called the town "..of the prettiest in New England." Situated on an ancient lake bed surrounded by hills, the valley with fertile meadows was excellent for farming.
The 1926 EMF Electrical Year Book listed the company making pin-type insulators. Cuming; Vice-president, Oscar Walters, Treasurer, E.