Brown, Ralph

Brown, Ralph (Hall)

(1898–1948) geographer; born in Ayer, Mass. He became a specialist in historical geography; his best known works include Mirror for Americans (1943) and Historical Geography of the United States (1948). He is regarded as one of the founders of historical geography in North America.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Taylor, Bert Coffin, Karl Trump (who, as president, 1970-72, had signed my certificate of NATS membership), Bruce Lunkley, Gene Greenwell, William Vennard, Oren Brown, Ralph Appleman, and several others whose names are mentioned with reverence still today.
A total of 30 players have played for both Hearts and Hibs: Thomson Allan, Bobby Atherton, Eamonn Bannon, Roy Barry, Bobby Baxter, Ian Black, Jim Brown, Ralph Callachan, Ian Crawford, Gordon Durie, Peter Flucker, Alan Gordon, Brian Hamilton, Willie Hamilton, Paul Hartley, Darren Jackson, Willie Jamieson, Peter Kerr, Davie Laing, Peter Marinello, Gordon Marshall, Harry Rennie, Malcolm Robertson, Chris Shevlane, Gordon Smith ,Jim Souness, Michael Stewart, Lawrie Tierney, Robert Walls, Andy Watson and Willie Waugh.
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At Howard, he studied with such towering black intellectuals as Sterling Brown, Ralph Bunche and Main Locke, but he was most profoundly influenced by the psychiatrist Francis Cecil Sumner.
In six chapters on an elite Philadelphia social circle--Charles Brockden Brown, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Herman Melville--the author of this study audaciously explores nineteenth-century male literary relationships.
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Wheelen, Aaron Brown, Ralph Foster, Elwin Myers, Mervat M.
"It will be great to see lads such as Matt, Jim Brown, Ralph Collins, Frank Beattie and Jim Richmond.