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  • Abia A. Selover statement and biographical sketch, 1886.
    Abia A 1823 1898 creator Creator Contributor Bates Alfred Abstract Statement recorded for H H Bancroft describes his voyage to San Francisco via Cape Horn in 1849 brief experience in the mines and business activities in San Francisco from 1860 6 l Biographical sketch based on dictation in handwriting of Alfred Bates 4 l Date 1886 issued Subject Voyages to the Pacific coast Gold mines and mining California San Francisco

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  • Abiel Jr. Abbot correspondence, 1825-1826
    Online Archive of California Abstract Three letters ALS to his father Abiel Abbot clergyman of Bevely MA and his sister Adeline Gould describing his unfavorable impressions of Cumana Venezuela Purchase Michael Brown 375 fund Bernath Collection Alpha list Date 1825 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item Abiel Jr Abbot correspondence SC 1104 Department of Special Collections UC Santa

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  • Abigail Leland Miller papers, circa 1903-1938 (bulk 1920-1938)
    circa 1903 1938 bulk 1920 1938 Creator Contributor Miller Abigail Leland creator Abstract Correspondence papers re dispute with Harr Wagner over Joaquin Miller copyrights papers re Miller estate clippings notes Date 1920 issued Subject n us ca Miller Abigail Leland Archives Miller Joaquin 1837 1913 Wagner Harr 1857 1936 Authors American California Note Preferred citation Abigail Leland Miller papers BANC MSS C H 146 The Bancroft Library University of California

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  • Finding Aid for the Abiko Family Papers, ca. 1890-1944
    1936 was an Issei pioneer who came to the U S in 1885 he was the longtime publisher of the Nichibei Shimbun of San Francisco the leading Japanese daily newspaper published from 1899 1942 he also organized the Central California Land Company he married Yonako Abiko 1880 1944 in 1909 the same year she came to the U S she graduated from a private Methodist mission school and Tsuda College a women s school in Japan which was established by her older sister Tsuda Umeko after the death of her husband in 1936 Yonako Abiko became publisher of the Nichibei Shimbun during World War II she was briefly interned at the Tanforan Assembly Center in San Bruno California and she later died in Philadelphia Pennsylvania in 1944 the couple had a son Yasuo Abiko 1910 88 characters indicates Japanese characters included in the print version of this online finding aid available for consultation at the UCLA Library Special Collections The Abiko family was a very prominent Japanese immigrant family of San Francisco California A native of Niigata Prefecture Abiko Kyutaro characters 1865 1936 was an Issei pioneer who immigrated to the United States in 1885 He was born as Kobayashi Kyutaro characters but assumed the family name of his maternal grandfather Abiko Taido characters by whom he was raised A devout Christian throughout his life Abiko was first exposed to Christianity through an English missionary who was active in his home Prefecture In 1882 he moved to Tokyo where he was baptized in 1883 As a young student in the capitol he studied English French and the Chinese classics at several private academies After arriving in the United States he continued his education in San Francisco where he attended Lincoln Grammar School and graduated from Boys High School in 1891

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  • Overview of the John Abizaid collection
    83 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description United States government reports manuals and other publications news dispatches clippings sound recordings video tape and photographs relating to Somalia Somali language instruction American military intervention in Somalia in 1992 and activities of the United States Army 10th Mountain Division in Somalia Extent 1 manuscript box 0 4 linear feet Restrictions For copyright

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  • Overview of the Abkhaz Subject Collection
    during the course of the Russo Georgian conflict of 2008 and by the end of 2011 it was recognized as an independent country by only the Russian Federation Venezuela Nicaragua and a handful of other states Lack of recognition did not deter Abkhazia from pursuing state building activities the most important of which were the presidential elections held on August 26 2011 following President Sergei Bagapsh s death in office

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  • Overview of the Charles D. Ablard papers
    Table of contents Description Correspondence memoranda reports speeches and clippings relating to legal aspects of administration of the United States Army and especially to the honor system at the United States Military Academy and to activities of Radio Liberty and Radio Free Europe in broadcasting to the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Background American lawyer general counsel Department of the Army 1975 1977 member Board for International Broadcasting 1980 1984

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  • Guide to the Joan I. Ablon Papers, 1968-75
    of the Community Mental Health Training Program at LPPI colloquia for community mental health educators reflecting Dr Ablon s participation in this program Also part of the collections are materials on mental health programs throughout the city of San Francisco and outside the city Background Dr Ablon was born in Dallas Texas October 21 1934 She received her B A in anthropology from the University of Texas in 1955 and

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