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  1. Heart of the West by O. Henry. by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1917-01-01
  2. The gentle grafter by O. Henry [pseud.] by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1908-01-01
  3. Options. by O. Henry. by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1909-01-01
  4. Sixes and sevens by O. Henry. by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1911-01-01
  5. The four million by O. Henry. by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1906-01-01
  6. The gentle grafter. by O. Henry [pseud.] by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1919
  7. Cabbages and kings by O. Henry [i.e. W. S. Porter] by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1904
  8. The voice of the city further stories of the four million by O. by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1908-01-01
  9. Wind of destiny by Sara Lindsay Coleman Henry O. 1862-1910 Doubleday Page & Company. pbl Country Life Press. prt, 1916-12-31
  10. O. Henry Papers by O. Henry 1862-1910, 2010-09-29
  11. The Four Million by Henry O. 1862-1910, 2010-09-27
  12. O. Henry, humoriste: 1862-1910 (French Edition) by Armand Hage, 1990
  13. Cabbages and kings by O. Henry. by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1920-01-01
  14. Waifs and strays. twelve stories. by O. Henry [pseud.] toget by Henry. O.. 1862-1910., 1919-01-01

1. Henry O Biography, Videos, Movies - FamousWhy
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2. Featured Document: Henry O. Flipper
Lt. Henry O. Flipper's Quest for Justice As honorable a record in the Army as any officer in it Born into slavery in Thomasville, Georgia, on March
Lt. Henry O. Flipper's Quest for Justice:
"As honorable a record in the Army as any officer in it"
Born into slavery in Thomasville, Georgia, on March 21, 1856, Henry Ossian Flipper was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, in 1873. Over the next four years he overcame harassment, isolation, and insults to become West Point's first African American graduate and the first African American commissioned officer in the regular U.S. Army. Flipper was stationed first at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, later served at Forts Elliott, Quitman, and Davis, Texas. He served as a signal officer and quartermaster, fought Apaches, installed telegraph lines, and supervised the building of roads. At Fort Sill, the young lieutenant directed the construction of a drainage system that helped prevent the spread of malaria. Still known as "Flipper's Ditch," the ditch is commemorated by a bronze marker at Fort Sill and the fort is listed as a National Historic Landmark. In 1881, while serving at Fort Davis, Flipper's commanding officer accused him of embezzling $3,791.77 from commissary funds. A court-martial found him not guilty of embezzlement but convicted him of conduct unbecoming an officer and ordered him dismissed from the Army.

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4. Henry O - Official Site
Welcome to the official website of Chinese Actor, Henry O. Look for Henry in the upcoming blockbuster film, 2012 from Sony Pictures set to be released on November 13, 2009.
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5. Henry Ossawa Tanner
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The son of a minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Henry Ossawa Tanner was raised in an affluent, well educated African-American family. Although reluctant at first, Tanner's parents eventually responded to their son's unflagging desire to pursue an artistic career and encouraged his ambitions. In 1879, Tanner enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where he joined Thomas Eakins 's coterie. Tanner moved to Atlanta in 1889 in an unsuccessful attempt to support himself as an artist and instructor among prosperous middle class African-Americans. Bishop and Mrs. Joseph C. Hartzell arranged for Tanner's first solo exhibition, the proceeds from which enabled the struggling artist to move to Paris in 1891. Illness brought him back to the United States in 1893, and it was at this point in his career that Tanner turned his attention to genre subjects of his own race. In 1893 most American artists painted African-American subjects either as grotesque caricatures or sentimental figures of rural poverty. Henry Ossawa Tanner, who sought to represent black subjects with dignity, wrote: "Many of the artists who have represented Negro life have seen only the comic, the ludicrous side of it, and have lacked sympathy with and appreciation for the warm big heart that dwells within such a rough exterior." The banjo had become a symbol of derision, and caricatures of insipid, smiling African-Americans strumming the instrument were a cliche. In

6. Laurence Olivier Henry V
James Agee s Review of Henry V for Time Magazine April 8, 1946

Contents Biography Films ... Agee On Film The movies have produced one of their rare great works of art. When Laurence Olivier's magnificent screen production of Shakespeare's Henry V was first disclosed to a group of Oxford's impassive Shakespeare pundits, there was only one murmur of dissent. A woman specialist insisted that all the war horses which take part in the Battle of Agincourt should have been stallions.
The film was given its U. S. premiere this week (in Boston's Esquire Theater). This time, the horses engendered no complaint. At last there had been brought to the screen, with such sweetness, vigor, insight and beauty that it seemed to have been written yesterday, a play by the greatest dramatic poet who ever lived. It had never been done before. For Laurence Olivier, 38 (who plays Henry and directed and produced the picture), the event meant new stature. For Shakespeare, it meant a new splendor in a new, viral medium. Exciting as was the artistic development of Laurence Olivier, last seen by U. S. cinemaddicts in films like Rebecca and Wuthering Heights

7. O. Henry - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Works by O. Henry at Project Gutenberg; O. Henry Museum; Biography and stories; Wall Street Journal on O. Henry; O. Henry at Find a Grave
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Not to be confused with Oh Henry! William Sydney Porter
"O. Henry" Born William Sidney Porter
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New York United States Pen name O. Henry, Olivier Henry Occupation Writer Nationality American O. Henry was the pseudonym of the American writer William Sydney Porter (September 11, 1862 – June 5, 1910). O. Henry's short stories are well known for their wit, wordplay, warm characterization and clever twist endings
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    William Sidney Porter was born on September 11, 1862, in Greensboro, North Carolina . His middle name at birth was Sidney; he changed the spelling to Sydney in 1898. His parents were Dr. Algernon Sidney Porter (1825–1888), a physician, and Mary Jane Virginia Swaim Porter (1833–1865). They were married April 20, 1858. When William was three, his mother died from tuberculosis , and he and his father moved into the home of his paternal grandmother. As a child, Porter was always reading, everything from classics to dime novels ; his favorite work was One Thousand and One Nights citation needed Porter graduated from his aunt Evelina Maria Porter's elementary school in 1876. He then enrolled at the Lindsey Street High School. His aunt continued to tutor him until he was fifteen. In 1879, he started working in his uncle's

8. Henry O. Arnold - Bio | Pics | Fans | Wiki | Quotes
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9. Henri Bergson - Pensador
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10. Henry O - IMDb
Trivia He is the father of Jili Jiang, author of the young adult book Red Scarf Girl. Born Jiang Xi Ren July 27 , 1927
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11. Henry O. Tanner
By Leigh Jackson. Daily News Staff Writer. Henry Ossawa Tanner, the turnof-the-century African- American painter, lived a life of gentle ironies.
Henry O. Tanner
By Leigh Jackson Daily News Staff Writer
Henry Ossawa Tanner, the turn-of-the-century African- American painter, lived a life of gentle ironies. He painted only two scenes of black American life, but they won him permanent fame among his people. He achieved success as an American painter, although from the distant shores of France, where he spent 46 of his 78 years. He clung to the traditional style he developed during his 25 years in Philadelphia, even as younger artists stormed the gates of tradition and declared victory. Still, Tanner's career embodied even the contradictory elements of his life. His works were encompassing, large in spirit. In celebration of that spirit, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will host a major retrospective of Tanner's work starting Jan. 20. The exhibit will be on display through April 14, then travel to the Detroit Institute of Arts, Atlanta's High Museum of Art and the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco.
Stretching from Tanner's student days, when he painted seascapes and animals, to his late religious works, this retrospective is the most expansive of the five held since his death in 1937. It also marks the first time the Philadelphia Museum of Art has mounted a major retrospective of a black artist.
"We have shown and collected work by African-American artists for many years, but this is the first one-man show we have organized for a national tour," said Robert Montgomery Scott, Art Museum president. "I personally find Tanner's work both poignant and uplifting and look forward to seeing it repeatedly while it is here." Featured are more than 90 paintings and 15

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Government directory and information for Henry County, Georgia.

13. Mark Canterbury - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Mark Canterbury (born March 16, 1964) is an American professional wrestler, best known for his stint in the World Wrestling Federation under the ring name Henry O. Godwinn
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Debut Mark Canterbury (born March 16, 1964) is an American professional wrestler , best known for his stint in the World Wrestling Federation under the ring name Henry O. Godwinn
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Canterbury trained under George South and the Italian Stallion before debuting in 1989 under the ring name "Mean" Mark Canterbury. He quickly formed a tag team with Dennis Knight who would be wrestling as Tex Slazenger. He is currently working for OCW, or NEWOCW (Ohio Championship Wrestling. A wrestling organization in Ashland Kentucky. In October 1992, the duo began wrestling for World Championship Wrestling with Canterbury adopting the ring name Shanghai Pierce Dusty Rhodes suggested that Canterbury wear a mask because Canterbury's good looks could make him too likable for the heel tag team. The two were known as the Texas Hangmen. They remained with the promotion until 1994.

14. Henry O. Flipper, 10th US Cavalry.
Lost Epic 2LT Henry O. Flipper, 10th US Cavalry; from Charley Eckhardt's Texas column.
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Henry O. Flipper, 10th US Cavalry
by C. F. Eckhardt P erhaps the most enigmatic figure in Texas and the West is not Johnny Ringo of maybe-suicide/maybe-not, nor the deliberately mysterious Mysterious Dave Mather, but rather 2LT Henry O. Flipper, 10th US Cavalry. Flippers early life is fairly well documented. Born a slave in Georgia, he was emancipated in 1865 while still a child. He had an apparently-impressive mentality and was well-educated. He was appointed from Georgia to the US Military Academy at West Point, New York. Henry O. Flipper Flipper was by no means the first Black ever appointed to West Point, but he ws the first to complete four years and graduate as a commissioned officer in the US Army. The fact that he completed the course is a tribute to his tenacity, for his years at West Point were not happy ones. The Corps of Cadets has a treatment known as the silence for those who offend gravely against the cadets own unwritten code of conduct. It consists ofsilence. No cadet will speak to a cadet under silence, nor even acknowledge his existence. No one will communicate with him in any way other than through official orders, which may be given orally. He will be ignoredas though he doesnt exist.
Flipper was given silence from the day he entered the academy. Cadets given silence usually resign. Some have committed suicide. Flipper endured four full years of silence and graduated.

15. Henry Fool
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Henry Fool
A Film by Hal Hartley
Release Date: June 19, 1998
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18. The Henry Moore Foundation - Home
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Occupation Actor Active 2000s Major Genres Action, Thriller Career Highlights A Thousand Years of Good Prayers, They Wait, The Lost Empire First Major Screen Credit The
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  • Occupation: Actor Active: Major Genres: Action, Thriller Career Highlights: A Thousand Years of Good Prayers, They Wait, The Lost Empire First Major Screen Credit: The Lost Empire (2001)
Actor Henry O entered filmdom almost by accident, on a completely spontaneous and unplanned note. As one raised in China and sent to western-run missionary schools, he spent 30 years working in the Children's Art Theater, where he held down positions as an actor and the deputy art director. A middle-aged O moved to America with his wife, ostensibly to look after their grandchildren, but soon received an invitation for a theatrical audition and built up a prolific career essaying parts in television, plays, and films, invariably typecast in elderly Asian roles. Projects in which O appeared include The Last Emperor Red Corner Snow Falling on Cedars (1999), and Shanghai Noon (2000). He also guest starred on many series, including The Sopranos and The West Wing. O enjoyed a rare lead in the

20. Henry O Filmography
Filmography of Henry O Occupation Actor Biography Actor Henry O entered filmdom almost by accident, on a completely spontaneous and unplanned note.
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