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Has an McGill family married into Hamill line? II N, lot 9. According to the maps in the digital collections of Mcgill University, J. Graham owned land 2 parcels on the north side of East Lake. He was a farmer and stock dealer, settled the land in , owned conc Looking for information on; William McGill , born abt. He married Mandy Holleyfield from Jasper, Mississippi.

He was a farmer. Mollie Amanda McGill born abt. Any info would be greatly apprecia Obit of Mr. The news of the death He was also a dairy rancher until he died in Reed Boyter storm65 gmail. In census there is a Lillie McGill Johnson born ca. Lillie is listed as a widow. She had bee Norma was born on March 15, , to Carl and Helen Be Stodgill, nephew of Mrs. Funeral from T. Blandford's, S. Fourth Street, Saturday morning at , and at Holy Name Nebraska; a son, Frank Bon of Seattle; three stepdaughters, Mrs.

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    Nix played at Scottsboro High School from and moved to Pinson when his dad became the Pinson head coach prior to the season. He finished his career ranked second in career passing yards 10, , first in career pass attempts 1, , second in completions and third in TD passes thrown He was the Mr. Football runner-up last season to another Auburn signee, Asa Martin. Tagovailoa was unable to attend the luncheon. He is enrolling early at the University of Alabama. Football voting, was also absent. The Georgia signee is already attending classes at UGA. Football Committee of prep sportswriters across the state, was also announced following the luncheon.

    Dale, DL, Clay-Chalkville. Yarbrough, East Limestone. ASWA Mr. Twelve challenges were made by teams in the seven championship games with four calls overturned and one other reversal was administered based on an automatic review of a scoring play for a All scoring plays and potential scoring plays were reviewed automatically by the reviewed in the championship games. For the year, DVSport Instant Replay was utilized by 96 different schools in games for a total of opportunities.

    The final tally showed 96 challenges and 23 calls on the field overturned — a percentage of It is not short of amazing, the power of a great idea. Through the middle of May, she worked with Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, organizing women workers and speaking at rallies. In March, she was photographed in the local paper with William Trautman and identified as a strike leader.

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    She took part in a number of cross-ethnic alliances that characterized the strike: she planned early morning vigils and afternoon congregations at the water well with Polish women, and she led twenty-five young Greek male strikers up and down Market Street four abreast, shouting and singing labor songs. Pearl also saw the Lawrence strike as a dividing line between reform and radical labor work. Yes, this is Free America, but as long as I live people will know something about the class war, unless it is settled before I die, and I would die for the Just Cause of starving out of work people of my Nation, the Working Class, if necessary.

    Why was her father in such poor health? Why did her family live in a little shack of a house, and why did her sister and brother-in-law have to move to Arkansas to work? The Government which has headquarters in Wall Street and the hindquarters all over the country. Even Grandview Iowa.

    A battle for bread and a battle for life. And this is only the beginning of a revolution which will take place all over the world, between Labor and Capital. Her mother began to worry, first about her association with Baptists and then about the absence of letters during the long months of the Lawrence strike. The victory electrified radicals around the nation and swept up activists, who began to organize for the IWW.

    In Get a spade and dig. Get off the backs of the workers. Get the shirkers off your back. Get honest.

    Get busy. After Lawrence, she worked as a factory inspector for the Department of Labor and maintained a cooperative house for women workers. Have been through a better school than any college going. Can Muscatine Journal, March 26, Quoted in Robert S. When the Paterson strike ended in a defeat in March , followed by other failed strikes in Akron, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan, the IWW imploded, and by the end of the summer of , the organization was on the point of collapse. At its summer meeting, the state party condemned the IWW. She had always noticed how ignorant easterners were of Iowa, describing for her family how New Yorkers had thought that she was from the Wild West and lived among cowboys.

    She spent the fall and winter in Cedar Falls, attending classes with younger, less worldly women and still holding on to her vision of an alternative, radical life. In February , Helen Keller spoke at Cedar Falls on a cross-country speaking tour, and Pearl was able to talk with her briefly at the train station. Henry F. Frustrated with the isolation of her school and the low pay, Pearl still held onto dreams of leaving Iowa for the wider world promised by radical politics. Uninspired by her teaching and bored by her small village, she kept up with her reading and sent her copies of socialist political publications to her parents.

    She left for Iowa in the late summer and never returned to Boston or to active political work. If Pearl McGill had retained any inclinations to stay politically active over the next few years, the national climate may well have dissuaded her. The IWW had abandoned its goal of organizing factory workers, turned its focus to migrant labor in the far west, and soon became crippled with government prosecutions and internal conflicts. Haywood was sentenced to twenty years in prison and was freed on bail a year later, only to escape to a lonely exile in the Soviet Union.

    During Attorney General A.