And the small Pioneers
still were larger than many others of the time, including the Strite 3-point, which weighed 4,200 lbs., and the tiny Moline Universal "D," which weighed only 2,800 lbs.
She is also quite perceptive about the reasons for the eventual failure of these pioneers
to transmit their values and programs to the second generation of female officers who began to enter police departments in the thirties.
have a long history of "answering the call of those in need." The association was founded in 1911 and today, members are all across the U.S.
It soon became apparent that Pioneers
were ill-suited for use at sea.
So, at best, children's literature and services suffer from a perceived sense of irrelevance, which further isolates the history of the significant women pioneers
within the field.
Schnaars does not really talk about imitation strategies so much as pioneer
advantages - a subject of long-standing interest to researchers from many disciplines and one whose answer is unclear.
If you can arrange to drive westward along I-84, which closely follows the Trail, that direction will best help you pick up the pioneers
' unfolding drama, a script written largely by menacing mountains, roaring rapids on the Columbia River, and an all-too-short summer season.
interplanetary mission, called Pioneer
Venus, took off in 1978, bound for the same destination.
spirit earned a celestial salute in 1801, when the German sky cartographer Johann Bode added a new constellation to his Uranographia star atlas.
This is a complicated assignment, one that would involve comparing these modern histories with a full spectrum of primary historical materials - letters, diaries, legal papers, contemporary newspaper accounts - written by the pioneers
Still at work, however, are similarlyequipped Pioneers
6 through 8, as well as Pioneers
10 and 11, on their way out of the solar system after becoming the first craft to visit Jupiter and Saturn, and Pioneer
12, in orbit around the planet Venus.