Morton Letter to Andrew Johnson, 1865 (page 2)
To grant them a pardon would in
my judgement be most unfortunate. Or
to let the cases pass by as if under ad=
visement, or involved in doubt, would
be scarcely less detrimental. They have
already reposed too long. But
after looking over the whole ground and
consulting many of the soundest friends
of the Government, I have come to the
conclusion that the demands of public
justice and public interest would be
Football game between Pomona College class of 1905 and class of 1906
A group of football players huddle on a field beside Renwick Gymnasium as a small crowd watches from the sidelines. A member of the class of 1903 is refereeing.
Tissues of Life
This Web site from the Science Museum of Minnesota offers a fun and interactive way to learn about the structure and function of the body's tissues. While some activities provided are designed to complement an on-site visit to the Tissues of Life exhibit, the Web site also includes many stand-alone Web-based features. For example, with Explore Body Tissues, students can take a look at cross-sections of actual human bodies, browse through a gallery of scar photos (and perhaps add a photo of their
Frank H. Kiser letter to Kate Ballard, April 18, 1863
Mr. Kiser describes being sick with typhoid fever.,Transcripts provided by previous owner. Catharine (Kate) Ballard became Catharine (Kate) Garman when she married George Garman in October, 1864.
The essence of industrial design engineering (IDE) is designing and improving products which are used daily and intensively, at home or at work. The faculty is committed to study, innovate and improve the development of durable products and their services for people, on the basis of the balanced interests of users, industry, society and the environment. The faculty pursues this mission through a multidisciplinary approach that integrates human aspects - i.e. ergonomics, market, organisation and
Margaret Sanger Papers Project
This site looks at the work of this advocate for women's reproductive freedom. Sanger worked to help develop simpler, less costly, and more effective methods of birth control. Bibliographies, biographies, selected papers, a newsletter, and links to documents on and off the website help illustrate the life of this remarkable individualist.
Auburn vs. Ole Miss (1949)
"The Auburn Tigers officially opened their 1949 football campaign in their annual game under the lights in Montgomery's Cramton Bowl when they kicked off to the Rebels of the University of Mississippi. 17,00 fans turned out to get their first glimpse of the '49 edition of the Tigers in action. Mid-way of the first quarter the Mississippi attack began to roll and the Rebels ground out two quick touchdowns. Auburn came fighting back when Sophomore Quaterback Bill Tucker dropped back amd heaved a l
A National Study of Chronic Disease Prevalence and Access to Care in Uninsured U.S. Adults
Background: No recent national studies have assessed chronic illness prevalence or access to care among persons without insurance in the United States. Objective: To compare reports of chronic conditions and access to care among U.S. adults, by self-reported insurance status. Design: Population-based survey. Setting: National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey (1999–2004). Participants: 12 486 patients age 18 to 64 years. Measurements: Estimates of national rates of cardiovascular d
A Second Life for E-Health
A new project of the Applied Technology for Nuero Psychology Lab of Prof. Giuseppe Riva and Researcher Alessandra Gorini: use the platform Second Life for on line psychological support for groups and individuals.
Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Preschool Immunizations: United States, 1996–2001
Objectives. We examined current racial/ethnic differences in immunization coverage rates among US preschool children. Methods. Using National Immunization Survey data from 1996 through 2001, we compared vaccination coverage rates between non-Hispanic White, non-Hispanic Black, Hispanic, and Asian preschool children. Results. During the 6-year study period, the immunization coverage gap between White and Black children widened by an average of 1.1% each year, and the gap between White and Hispa
Racial Differences in 30-Day Mortality for Pulmonary Embolism
Objectives. Previous studies reported a higher incidence of in-hospital mortality for Black patients who had pulmonary embolism than for White patients. We used a large statewide database to compare 30-day mortality (defined as death within 30 days from the date of latest hospital admission) for Black and White patients who were hospitalized because of pulmonary embolism. Methods. The study cohort consisted of 15531 discharged patients who had been treated for pulmonary embolism at 186 Pennsylv
Gran Quivira: A Blending of Cultures in a Pueblo Indian Village
can help students understand daily life and how it changed for the Pueblo Indians of Gran Quivira, the largest of the three Salinas pueblos located in central New Mexico.
Resources on Alaska History and Politics
This National Park Service website offers links to a variety of articles about the history and politics of Alaska. Users can download PDF articles about World War II in Alaska, the Alaska Goldrush, and national historic places. The site also features links to educational resources such as teachers' guides to teaching about historic places and culture.
Contemporary life in Vietnam
Photographs and text describe contemporary life in Vietnam and the impact of economic and social reforms since the 1980s.
Portrait of Moritz Gottlieb Saphir (1795-1858).
A half-length view of the poet, elegantly dressed, holding a manuscript.,Signed and dated as part of the print. The lithograph is mounted on thicker paper, which has an autographic poem signed by Saphir beneath the print.,A half-length view of the poet, elegantly dressed, holding a manuscript.,Signed and dated as part of the print. The lithograph is mounted on thicker paper, which has an autographic poem signed by Saphir beneath the print.
Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume XIX, Issue 3
CONTENTS: Cover Illustration Description, Calendar of the lAC's FALL Public Lecture Series, Postmodern South Africa: Prof. Patrick J. C. Hartin on Sabbatic in Claremont, The Fall Public Lecture Series 1992: "The Dead Sea Scrolls - A Year Later," "Docetic Jesus in the Johannine Tradition," "Third World Challenges in the Teaching of Biblical Studies," "Recovery of Personal Faith," and "The Gospel of Thomas Rediscovered", New Chair of the lAC's Advisory Board: Howard Morrow, STC Appoints Gregory R
This site examines the Civil War through collections of artifacts. Topics include slavery and abolition, Abraham Lincoln, the first Union officer killed, soldiering, weapons, leaders, cavalries, navies, life and culture, Appomattox, Winslow Homer, and Mathematics and Statistics. A Civil War time-line is included.
Mandela's Way – Lessons on Life
For nearly three years Time magazine editor Richard Stengel collaborated with Nelson Mandela on his autobiography and travelled with him everywhere. Eating with him, watching him campaign, hearing him think out loud, Stengel came to know all the different sides of this complex man. He became a cherished friend and colleague. Now he has distilled countless hours of intimate conversation with Mandela into fifteen essential life lessons. In Mandela's Way|, he recounts the moments in which 'the gran
Humor, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
This course is designed for the student who likes to live on the edge. It is about a way of thinking, living, and working. We will integrate humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship into this course. The course will challenge some of your current beliefs and philosophies concerning how people live and work in organizations. The course emphasizes humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship as a way of life. The course is designed to help students use humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship in their ow