|Author:||John Ricker,John Saywell,Clarke Irwin|
|Publisher:||Clarke, Irwin & Company (1973)|
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by Ricker, John . Series: Their The story of Western man series Published by : Clarke, Irwin, (Toronto :) Physical details: 63 p. : ill. (part co., col. map ; 28 cm. Subject(s): Rome -History. Originally published as part of The Emergence of Europe".
John William Bricker (September 6, 1893 – March 22, 1986) was a United States Senator and the 54th Governor of Ohio. He was also the Republican nominee for Vice President in 1944
John William Bricker (September 6, 1893 – March 22, 1986) was a United States Senator and the 54th Governor of Ohio. He was also the Republican nominee for Vice President in 1944. Born in Madison County, Ohio, Bricker attended Ohio State University and began a legal practice in Columbus, Ohio. He also served in the United States Army during World War I. He held various public offices between 1920 and 1937, including the position of Ohio Attorney General.
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Flag as Inappropriate . Among his books were "The Office of Lieutenant-Governor: A Study in Canadian Government and Politics," which won the Delancey K. Jay Prize at Harvard University. Just Call Me Mitch: The Life of Mitchell F. Hepburn," published in 1991, won the Floyd Chalmers Award for the best book on Ontario history.
by John Ricker and John T. Saywell. MANIFEST DESTINY - A Short History of the United States. Someone to Teach Them: York and the Great University Explosion, 1960-1973. John C. Ricker, John T. Saywell, Kenneth W. McNaught, Robert Kunz, Tom Sankey. Hepburn (Ontario Historical Studies Series). The Rise of the Parti QuEbEcois 1967-76. Quebec 70 (Canadian University paperbooks, 113).
John Tupper (Jack) Saywell (April 3, 1929 – 20 April 2011) was a Canadian historian specializing in the fields of politics and constitution. Born in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, John Tupper Saywell was born on April 3, 1929, to parents John Ferdinand Tupper Saywell and Vera Marguerite Saywell. Upon the birth of his younger brother William G. Saywell, the family moved to British Columbia in 1937. His father had received a job position to become Lake Cowichan first high school principal
John C. Ricker John T. Published 1961 by Clarke, Irwin in Toronto.
John C. by Ricker, John C. Parliament, Politics and government. Bibliography: p. 100. The Physical Object.
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