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S.1815 A bill to suspend temporarily the duty on certain clock movements., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Oct 20, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • TIMELINE OF IMMIGRATION TO U.S. 1815-1950 « Just A Word From The Left - October 24, 2010 by Just A Word From The Left - TIMELINE OF IMMIGRATION TO U.S. 1815-1950. 1815: The first great wave of immigration begins, bringing 5 million immigrants between 1815 and 1860. 1818: Liverpool becomes the most-used port of departure for Irish and British immigrants. ...

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      As noted by Just A Word From The Left on October 24, 2010, "TIMELINE OF IMMIGRATION TO U.S. 1815-1950. 1815: The first great wave of immigration begins, bringing 5 million immigrants between 1815 and 1860. 1818: Liverpool becomes the most-used port of departure for Irish and British immigrants. ..." (http://justawordfromtheleft.wordpress.com/2010/10/26/timeline-of-immigration-to-u-s-1815-1950/)
    • +Cities of the Dead+: Zentralfriedhof - July 27, 2010 by +Cities of the Dead+ - Himmelbauer Franz S. 1815-1892. Hinner Heinrich, Dr., Pfarrer 1877-1951. Hoerde Louis 1842-1898. Hoerde Louise 1868-1872. Hoerde Elise 1840-1922. Hoerde Alfred 1865-1930. Holzinger Pauline 1851-1896. Holzinger Georg ?-1904 ...

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    • +Cities of the Dead+: Zentralfriedhof - July 27, 2010 by +Cities of the Dead+ - Himmelbauer Franz S. 1815-1892. Hinner Heinrich, Dr., Pfarrer 1877-1951. Hoerde Louis 1842-1898. Hoerde Louise 1868-1872. Hoerde Elise 1840-1922. Hoerde Alfred 1865-1930. Holzinger Pauline 1851-1896. Holzinger Georg ?-1904 ...

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      As noted by +Cities of the Dead+ on July 27, 2010, "Himmelbauer Franz S. 1815-1892. Hinner Heinrich, Dr., Pfarrer 1877-1951. Hoerde Louis 1842-1898. Hoerde Louise 1868-1872. Hoerde Elise 1840-1922. Hoerde Alfred 1865-1930. Holzinger Pauline 1851-1896. Holzinger Georg ?-1904 ..." (http://cemgroupie.blogspot.com/2010/07/zentralfriedhof_28.html)

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