Nameless Towns

Author: Thad Sitton
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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46 and other sawmill towns, the mill complex physically dominated the town it
had called into being. Although some companies paid more attention to the
human side of their towns than did others—provided more services and painted
more buildings—the needs of the mills always reigned supreme; towns served
the mill and not the other way around. Diboll by most accounts resembled
Manning a few miles away, an average, well-maintained, respectable, large mill
town. Other towns ...

Sundown Towns

Author: James W. Loewen
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19. from Comanche County, Texas,” 415; Bud Kennedy, “Signs of a Racist Past in
the Small Towns of Texas,” Ft. Worth Star Telegram, 2/17/2002, realcities.com/
mld/startelegram/ mon/news/columnists/bud_kennedy/archive.htm; Ronald L. ...
woman at Richland Community College, 10/2001; Thad Sitton and James H.
Conrad,Nameless Towns: Texas Sawmill Communities, 1880–1942 (Austin:
University of Texas Press, 1998), 108–9; Millie Meyerholtz,When Hatred and
Fear Ruled .

The Outcast Gold Town

Author: Luke Cypher
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Hood's hand strayed automatically to the left saddlebag where the ivoryhandled
Schofield .45, with which he had earned a reputation as a gunfighter and the
marshal of Walker, a railhead town back in Kansas, rested in the bottom of the
saddlebag. In the other ... the gold strike somewhere in a nameless town that had
joined other nameless towns in back of his wandering trail, and now he knew that
Gold Town in front of him was a town without a minister and a town without a
church.

Select British Eloquence

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... which he would in time invade and overcome Greece, he gave them a salutary
warning of the danger that impended. But if the opponents of that great orator had
prevailed, if they had succeeded in inducing their countrymen to acquiesce in the
surrender not only of those towns, but of considerably more, as in the present
instance, with what fnee would he afterward have declared to his countrymen, "
True it was that these sorry and nameless towns were the keys to the Acropolis
itself; ...

Proceedings Of The Society Of Antiquaries Of Scotland

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Within and near these archaic and now nameless towns, cup and ring cuttings
have been found occasionally, as in the following examples:— Lothians.—The
summits of various hills in the Lothians and adjoining districts have remains of
ancient strongholds and defences upon them. These fortified hills are generally
not the highest, but those of minor elevation, and isolated. Within the walls, and
oftener still below on the slopes of the hills, are frequently the remains of hut
circles, and ...

The Parliamentary History Of England From The Earliest Period To The Year 1803

Author: Great Britain. Parliament
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... that those towns were the keys by which he would in time invade and
overcome Greece, he gave them a salutary warning of the danger that impended.
But if the opponents of that great orator had prevailed, if they had succeeded in
inducing their countrymen to acquiesce in the surrender not only of those towns,
but of considerably more, as in the present instance, with what face would he
afterwards have decclared to his countrymen, “ True it was that these sorry and
nameless towns ...

The Parliamentary History Of England From The Earliest Period To The Year 1803

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... that those towns were the keys by which he would in time invade and
overcome Greece, he gave them a salutary warning of the danger that impended.
But if the opponents of that great orator had prevailed, if they had succeeded in
inducing their countrymen to acquiesce in the surrender not only of those towns,
but of considerably more, as in the present instance, with what face would he
afterwards have decclared to his countrymen, “ True it was that these sorry and
nameless towns ...

Cobbett S Parliamentary History Of England

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... that those towns were the keys by which he would in time invade and
overcome Greece, he gave them a salutary warning of the danger that impended.
But if the opponents of that great orator had prevailed, if they had succeeded in
inducing their countrymen to acquiesce in the surrender not only of those towns,
but of considerably more, as in the present instance, with what face would he
afterwards have decclared to his countrymen, “ True it was that these sorry and
nameless towns ...

The Parliamentary History Of England From The Earliest Period To The Year 1803

Author: William Cobbett
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... that those towns were the keys by which he would in time invade and
overcome Greece, he gave them a salutary warning of the danger that impended.
But if the opponents of that great orator had prevailed, if they had succeeded in
inducing their countrymen to acquiesce in the surrender not only of those towns,
but of considerably more, as in the present instance, with what face would he
afterwards have decclared to his countrymen, “ True it was that these sorry and
nameless towns ...

Cobbett S Parliamentary History Of England

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... that those towns were the keys by which he would in time invade and
overcome Greece, he gave them a salutary warning of the danger that impended.
But if the opponents of that great orator had prevailed, if they had succeeded in
inducing their countrymen to acquiesce in the surrender not only of those towns,
but of considerably more, as in the present instance, with what face would he
afterwards have decclared to his countrymen, “ True it was that these sorry and
nameless towns ...