“Both the Kent and Jay families held slaves while serving at Columbia. Barnard had his slaves while he was at universities in Alabama and Mississippi,” said Wilder. Alexander Hamilton, who attended the College until 1776 and became an opponent of slavery, nevertheless escaped poverty by apprenticing with a slave trader, sailed to New York aboard a slave trader’s ship, and had his education at King’s College bankrolled by profits from slave labor..
Singer Daddy Yankee is 42. Actress Isla Fisher is 42. Singer Jessica Harp (The Wreckers) is 36. Italian fashion eyeglass maker Luxottica Group said the New York attorney general’s office was investigating its pricing and distribution practices. Luxottica, which makes Ray Ban sunglasses and other eyewear, said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday that it was recently informed of the antitrust investigation. Luxottica said it would fully cooperate with the investigation by providing documents and other information to the attorney general’s office.
Preprint and other increased 12 percent to $29.2 million. Pro forma circulation revenues decreased 6.8 percent to $34.9 million. Pro forma total newspaper revenues were $231 million, up 2.1 percent. And then we can form some opinions based on that.” ///////// the council could vote on the tax anticipation warrant next week. Back to you. Terre haute’s newest hotel is now open.
In Denver, Club 64 named after Colorado law, Amendment 64 charges a $30 yearly membership for the privilege of getting high in a private social setting. Members receive emails alerting them to the locations of club like a recent St. Patrick Day party hosted by a local bar, featuring marijuana infused green beer..
Samuel Franklin Cody had a minor accident in his aircraft whilst attempting to be the first person to fly between Liverpool and Manchester non stop on 17th November 1909 A look at the Liverpool slums in November 1933 The hunger strike by Greek seamen in the Greek consulate, Liverpool in November 1945 to focus attention on their protest to the Greek Government against the plight of unemployed seamen. This saw many taken to local hospitals in a state of exhaustion Liverpool Remembrance service was at Liverpool Cenotaph in November 1952 Woolworth’s opened up a store in London Road in November 1962 The Beatles causing mass hysteria in November 1963 as teenagers and fans of the band scrambled and queued to get their hands on a ticket for a gig at the Liverpool Empire Theatre On 21 November 1967 a young artist called David Hockney won the prestigious John Moores exhibition with his painting ‘Peter getting out of Nick’s Pool’ The Stork Hotel in Queen Square was demolished on 1 November 1976 to make way for developments Paul McCartney and Wings performing at the Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, as part of their tour of the United Kingdom to promote their newest album, Back to the Egg, 25th November 1979. A fire swept through the Nite Owl Club in Davies Street which left one man in hospital fighting for his life on 16th November 1981 Modern day machinery uncovered part of Garston’s rural heritage it’s very own river.