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The Supreme Court: Marshall Steps In

Marshall Steps InThe Supreme CourtMarshall CourtMarshall Steps InTaking ControlEmpowering the National Government When John Adams appointed John Marshall chief justice in 1801 (just before he…

Curious Collections

America's weird museums by Laura Hayes Arts & Entertainment | American History Gruesome | Medical Marvels | Curious Collections | Really Weird Science American His…

Curious Collections

America's weird museums by Laura Hayes Arts & Entertainment | American History Gruesome | Medical Marvels | Curious Collections | Really Weird Science American Histor…

Toy Story 2

Directors:John Lasseter and Ash BrannonWriters:John Lasseter, Peter Docter, Ash Brannon, Andrew Stanton, Rita Hsiao, Doug Chamberlain, and Chris WebbDisney; G; 92 minutesRelease:11/99Voices of…

The Story of Us

Director:Rob ReinerWriters:Alan Zweibel and Jessie NelsonUniversal; R; 90 minutesRelease:10/99Cast:Michelle Pfeiffer, Bruce Willis, Paul Reiser, Rob Reiner The thrill and sorrow of romance ste…

Joseph STORY

STORY, Joseph, a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Marblehead, Mass., September 18, 1779; attended Marblehead Academy; was graduated from Harvard University in 1798; studied law; was a…

Camp Stories

Director/Writer: Herb BeigelDirector of Photography:Paul GibsonEditor:Meg RetickerMusic:Roy NathansonProduction Designer:Deana SidneyProducers:Robin O'Hara and Scott MacaulayArtistic License F…

Thomas Francis MARSHALL

MARSHALL, Thomas Francis, (nephew of John Marshall), a Representative from Kentucky; born in Frankfort, Franklin County, Ky., June 7, 1801; pursued classical studies in Virginia; studied law; w…

Marshal

means an ostler or groom. His original duty was to feed, groom, shoe, and physic his master's horse. (British, marc, a mare; scalc, a servant.) Marshal Forward. Blucher; so called for his …