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Haldor Erickson BOEN

BOEN, Haldor Erickson, a Representative from Minnesota; born in Sondre Aurdal, Valders, Norway, January 2, 1851; immigrated to the United States in 1868 and settled in Mower County, Minn.; atte…

John Edward ERICKSON

Senate Years of Service: 1933-1934Party: DemocratERICKSON, John Edward, a Senator from Montana; born in Stoughton, Dane County, Wis., March 14, 1863; moved with his parents to Eureka, Greenwood…

Steve Burns

Steve Burns produced and starred in the children's television series Blue's Clues from 1996 until 2002. As "Steve," Burns and his co-star, a computer-generated dog named Blue, entertained and educated…

Steve Forbes

Name at birth: Malcolm 'Steve' Forbes, Jr.The son of wealthy publisher Malcolm Forbes, Steve Forbes graduated from Princeton in 1970 and joined the family business, eventually becoming president and e…

Steve Prefontaine

Charismatic, handsome and brashly confident, Steve Prefontaine was one of the leading American distance runners of the early 1970s. Steve Prefontaine won seven NCAA championships while running for th…

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was a college dropout when he teamed up with Steve Wozniak in 1976 to sell personal computers assembled in Jobs' garage. That was the beginning of Apple Computers, which revolutionized the …

Steve Wozniak

Name at birth: Stephen Gary WozniakKnown to the world simply as "Woz," Steve Wozniak is the computer whiz who with Steve Jobs created the Apple Computer company in 1976. Wozniak was the computer guru,…

The Tao of Steve

Director:Jenniphr GoodmanWriter:Duncan North, Greer and Jenniphr GoodmanSony Pictures Classics; R; 87 minutesRelease:8/00Cast:Donal Logue, Greer Goodman, Kimo Wills What do Steve McQueen, Stev…

Steve Allen

Steve Allen was the original host of TV's The Tonight Show, but by the end of his career he was more famous for being multi-talented than for any individual achievement. (His official website called h…