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  1. Biography - Henderson, Archibald (1877-1963): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  2. The Mecklenburg declaration of independence by Archibald Henderson 1877-1963, 1918-12-31
  3. Interpreters of life and the modern spirit. by Archibald Henders by Henderson. Archibald. 1877-1963., 1911-01-01
  4. European Dramatists by Henderson Archibald 1877-1963, 2010-09-29
  5. The Star of empire; phases of the westward movement in the old Southwest by Archibald Henderson 1877-1963, 1919-12-31
  6. Interpreters Of Life And The Modern Spirit by Henderson Archibald 1877-1963, 2010-09-30
  7. Interpreters Of Life And The Modern Spirit by Henderson Archibald 1877-1963, 2010-09-28
  8. Mark Twain. by Archibald Henderson; with photographs. by Alvin L by Henderson. Archibald. 1877-1963., 1911-01-01
  9. European dramatists. by Archibald Henderson by Henderson. Archibald. 1877-1963., 1913-01-01
  10. The changing drama; contributions and tendencies. by Archibald H by Henderson. Archibald. 1877-1963., 1914-01-01
  11. The conquest of the old Southwest; the romantic story of the ear by Henderson. Archibald. 1877-1963., 1920-01-01
  12. JOURNAL OF THE ELISHA MITCHELL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. NOVEMBER, 1911. VOLUME XXVII, NO. 3 by W.C., H.V. Wilson, and Archibald Henderson, (1877-1963), editors Coker, 1911-01-01

1. Henderson, Archibald (Open Library)
Books by Henderson, Archibald Mark Twain 9 editions first published in 1910 Read
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4. Henderson, Archibald - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
US marine officer. In a long career of mostly peacetime service he was commandant of marines from 1820 until his death, and oversaw important reforms in the corps' organization.
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5. Memucan Hunt: An Inventory Of Papers At The Texas State Archives, 1836-1846, Und
Correspondents include James Pinckney Henderson, Archibald Yell, Thomas Jefferson Green, and Thomas Jefferson Rusk. Quantity 0.21 cubic ft.
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Creator: Hunt, Memucan, 1807-1856. Title: Papers Dates: 1836-1846, undated Dates: (bulk 1837-1846) Abstract: The papers of Memucan Hunt are mostly correspondence, with some legal documents and financial records, including receipts, promissory notes, partnership agreements, documents dealing with land deals and Hunt's government service, and a list of family members and their residences. Materials date from 1836 to 1846, and undated, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1837 to 1846. Papers relate to Texas politics, annexation, and land sales. Correspondence includes personal invitations and letters of introduction. Correspondents include James Pinckney Henderson, Archibald Yell, Thomas Jefferson Green, and Thomas Jefferson Rusk. Quantity: 0.21 cubic ft.

6. Henderson, Archibald: Definition From Answers.com
Fifth Commandant of the Marine Corps, known as the Grand Old Man of the Corps he served the longest in the position38 years. The Virginia native was born on Jan. 21, 1783
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Home Library Marine Corps Dictionary Fifth Commandant of the Marine Corps, known as the "Grand Old Man of the Corps" he served the longest in the position38 years. The Virginia native was born on Jan. 21, 1783 and served as Acting Commandant from Sept. 16, 1818 until Gale's appointment on March 3, 1819. He was named Lieutenant Colonel Commandant at the conclusion of Gale's court martial which cashiered him from the service, Oct. 17, 1820. During Henderson's tenure he led the Marines in the Indian Wars in Florida, reportedly tacking a note to the door of the Commandant's House saying, "Gone to fight the Indians, be back when the war is over". He also became the first Colonel Commandant and was awarded a Brevet promotion to Brigadier General. In the social setting of Washington he was known as General Henderson but he always signed official documents as Colonel Commandant.
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7. Archibald Henderson: Definition From Answers.com
Henderson, Archibald (17831859) commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, born in Colchester, Virginia. Henderson was commandant from 1820 until his death. During his long tenure
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Home Library US Military Dictionary Henderson, Archibald (1783-1859) commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, born in Colchester, Virginia. Henderson was commandant from 1820 until his death. During his long tenure he sought to preserve the corps's existence by giving it a legitimate operational mission and by integrating its headquarters within the Washington community. The first he achieved by having its role and mission codified in legislation; the second he achieved through the institution of free, public parades, reviews, and band concerts, which continue to this day. Henderson did not support an amphibious role for the marines, stressing instead their role aboard ship. Before becoming commandant, Henderson had distinguished himself in battle during the War of 1812 , for which he received a Silver Medal from Congress. Henderson served under eleven presidents and eighteen secretaries of the navy, and had to justify the role and mission of the marines to each new administration.

8. Henderson, Archibald Definition Of Henderson, Archibald In The Free Online Encyc
Henderson, Archibald (1785–1859) marine officer; born in Virginia. In a long career of mostly peacetime service he was commandant of marines from 1820 until his death, and
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9. VIII. Mark Twain: Bibliography. Vol. 17. Later National Literature, Part II. The
Henderson, Archibald. Mark Twain, 1912. Includes material published in various articles on Mark Twain in Harper’s, North American Review, etc.
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Johnson, Merle. A Bibliography of The Work of Mark Twain, Samuel Langhorne Clemens. A List of First Editions in Book Form and of First Printings in Periodicals and Occasional Publications of His Varied Literary Activities. New York and London, 1910. [In four parts, a list of first editions of books with descriptions of volumes and contents, and lists of books containing speeches, letters, and anecdotes. With an index showing the successive publications of the items in the books listed and including articles in magazines only.]
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10. Archibald HENDERSON — Infoplease.com
History and Government — Congressional Biographies — North Carolina HENDERSON, Archibald (1768—1822) HENDERSON, Archibald, a Representative from North Carolina; born near
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12. Henderson, Andrews, Rowe, Wight, Sinton, Fairbairn, Bain, Manson, McAdie And Man
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Descendants of Archibald HENDERSON and Margaret McEWAN Margaret McEwan William Henderson Margaret Henderson James Henderson ... ? Henderson Daniel McGregor William McGregor Margaret McGregor Duncan McGregor Janet McGregor Mary McGregor Helen M. D. McGregor Catherine McGregor Archibald McGregor Anne McGregor Archibald Henderson Margaret Henderson James Henderson David Henderson William Henderson Elizabeth Henderson Amelia Henderson Mary Henderson John Henderson Isabella Henderson Janet Henderson Agnes Henderson Archibald Henderson Janet Henderson Margaret Henderson Lillias Henderson Donald C. Henderson Mary Henderson William Henderson James C. Henderson Isabella L. McGregor Duncan McGregor Adam McGregor Margaret McGregor Daniel McGregor Janet McGregor Helen McGregor Daniel McGregor James A. McGregor Margaret A. McGregor Christina A. McGregor Margaret Hutton Susan Hutton Janet Hutton William Hutton Mary Hutton Ellen Hutton Jemima Hutton Margaret H. McGregor

13. Archibald Henderson, 17 July 1877-6 Dec. 1963
22 Dec. 1957, 26 Jan. 1964; Archibald Henderson, Fifty Years at the University, State Magazine 12 (24 June 1944); Lucile Kelling Henderson, Archibald
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About Collections Authors ... Titles by Archibald Henderson >> Archibald Henderson, 17 July 1877-6 Dec. 1963 Archibald Henderson, 17 July 1877-6 Dec. 1963 Archibald Henderson (17 July 1877-6 Dec. 1963) , mathematician, teacher, literary critic, biographer, and historian, was born at Lombardy, his grandfather's home in Salisbury. He was the son of Elizabeth Brownrigg Cain and John Steele Henderson, Democratic representative to the United States Congress from 1885 to 1895. His ancestors included Richard Henderson, president of the company that sent Daniel Boone to explore the western lands of Tennessee and Kentucky; John Steele, George Washington's comptroller of the Treasury; and Archibald Henderson, a U.S. congressman and state legislator between 1799 and 1820. Henderson was a prolific writer on scientific topics. His Twenty-seven Lines Upon the Cubic Surface (1911), completed during a year of study at Cambridge, the Sorbonne, and the University of Berlin, was the first American book included in the prestigious series of Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics. It was also the first volume on the subject and for over thirty years the only one. About 1920 he became interested in Einstein's theory of relativity and within two years was writing articles about it. The year 1923-24 he spent on sabbatical, studying at Cambridge and the University of Berlin where he came to know Einstein personally. Among his important interpretations of the German physicist's work was "The Triumph of Relativity," the defending portion of a debate published in

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Archibald Henderson appeared on the census of 1841 in Maygate St, Dunfermline, FIF, SCT, as HENDERSON Archibald 25 grocer; Margaret 30, neither b cty; Margaret 9; Duncan 6
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ID#4218, (20 September 1815 - 11 January 1869) Father Archibald Henderson b. bef. 1785, d. 16 Feb 1826 Mother Margaret McEwan b. cir. Dec 1782, d. aft. Mar 1828 Charts HENDERSON Relationship 2nd great-granduncle of Lorna Henderson
Archibald Henderson was born on 20 Sep 1815 at Bridge of Allan, Lecropt, STI, SCT. He was christened on 8 Oct 1815 at Lecropt, PER, SCT; Wit William Simson , Archibald Galloch.
Archibald Henderson married Margaret Aitken Cooper , daughter of Donald Cooper and Janet Stevenson , on 14 Nov 1841 at Dunfermline, FIF, SCT, (the IGI also has an entry for 13 Nov Tulliallan, Perth, so we can assume that one or other party had connections there).
Archibald Henderson died on 11 Jan 1869 at 25 East Clyde St, Clyde, Glasgow, LKS, SCT, ; cert. #37 shows Archibald as a provision merchant married to Margaret Aitken Cooper , died 9:30am aged 53 of bronchitis, dis. of heart and liver (cert. by A

16. HENDERSON, Archibald - Biographical Information
HENDERSON, Archibald, a Representative from North Carolina; born near Williamsborough, Granville County, N.C., August 7, 1768; attended the common schools and was graduated
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17. Bernard Shaw: Portraits And Portrayals – Highlights
Henderson, Archibald. Is Bernard Shaw a Dramatist? New York M. Kennerly, 1929. See item in checklist. Materials from Bernard Shaw Portraits and Portrayals
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Henderson, Archibald. Is Bernard Shaw a Dramatist? New York M. Kennerly, 1929. Harris, Frank. Bernard Shaw. New York Simon and Schuster, 1931. Colbourne, Maurice.
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20. Henderson, Archibald (Harper's Magazine)
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