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Solon BORLAND, Congress, AR (1808-1864)

Senate Years of Service: 1848-1853Party: DemocratBORLAND, Solon, a Senator from Arkansas; born near Suffolk, Nansemond County, Va., September 21, 1808; attended preparatory schools in North…

Charles BORLAND, Jr., Congress, NY (1786-1852)

BORLAND, Charles, Jr., a Representative from New York; born in Minisink, Orange County, N.Y., June 29, 1786; pursued preparatory studies; was graduated from Union College, Schenectady, N.Y.,…

Fred Durst

Name at birth: William Fredrick DurstFred Durst is the front man for Limp Bizkit, the popular metal-hip hop hybrid band. As the group's vocalist and acknowledged leader, Durst first grabbed attention…

Limp Bizkit Biography

Limp Bizkitrock band The band that energetically fuses metal, punk, and hip-hop owes much of its popularity to its willingness to offend. Named in homage to the condition of a pot smoking…

Robert Ward JOHNSON, Congress, AR (1814-1879)

Senate Years of Service: 1853-1861Party: DemocratJOHNSON, Robert Ward, (nephew of James Johnson [1774-1826], John Telemachus Johnson and Richard Mentor Johnson, and brother-in-law of Ambrose…

Orland Park (Village), IL Census Data

People QuickFactsOrland ParkIllinoisPopulation, 2003 estimate 54,01112,653,544Population, percent change, April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2003 5.7%1.9%Population, 2000 51,07712,419,293Population,…

College Baseball Most Outstanding Players

Most Outstanding Player The Most Outstanding Player has been selected every year of the College World Series since 1949. Winners who did not play for the CWS champion are listed in bold type. No…

McGwire and Sosa pass Maris

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Mark McGwire and Chicago Cubs right fielder Sammy Sosa both surpassed Major League Baseball's single season home run record in 1998. The record, set by New…