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Butch Cassidy

Name at birth: Robert Leroy ParkerButch Cassidy was one of the most notorious outlaws of the old American west, the leader of the Wild Bunch gang out of Wyoming. Butch and his gang robbed banks and t…

Butch Reynolds

Butch ReynoldsBorn: June 8, 1964Track & Field held world record in 400 meters from 1988 to 1999 when it was finally broken by Michael Johnson; banned for 21/2 years for allegedly failing d…

The Rolling Stones Biography

The Rolling Stonesrock band British rock band considered one of the most influential of all time. The Stones appeared on the music scene at about the same time as The Beatles and balanced the…

Brewer's: Precious Stones

(1) Each month, according to the Poles, is under the influence of a precious stone: (2) In relation to the signs of the Zodiac:- (3) In relation to the planets.- The ancients divided precio…

Brewer's: Stones

Aerolites, or stones which have fallen from heaven. J. Norman Lockyer says the number of meteors which fall daily to the earth “exceeds 21 millions.” (Nineteenth Century, Nov., …

Timeline: The Rolling Stones

Here are some key moments in the history and evolution of the Rolling Stones.       1940 1950 1962 19…

Butch Cassidy Biography

Butch Cassidy(Robert Leroy Parker)outlawBorn: 4/13/1866Birthplace: Beaver, Utah Butch Cassidy was the most prolific bank and train robber of his time. After a term in prison (1894–96) Ca…

C. L. (Butch) OTTER

OTTER, C. L. (Butch), a Representative from Idaho; born in Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho, May 3, 1942; B.A., College of Idaho (now Alberston College of Idaho), Caldwell, Idaho, 1967; Idaho Arm…

Walt Whitman: By Blue Ontario's Shore

By Blue Ontario's ShorePart 1By blue Ontario's shore, As I mused of these warlike days and of peace return'd, and the dead that return no more, A Phantom gigantic superb, with stern visage…