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  1. #849
    Johann is offline Registered User
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    Looking further, I think Alrutheus may be a Latinized version of Alruth - known both as a first and last name, particularly in Germany and France. There are a few examples of both in the U.S.

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    Genealogical Site "My Heritage" has 1,346 records for surname Alruth. Yes - I figure we may very well have found the source of the much-rarer first name, Alrutheus. Best explanation I can offer.

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    Now I am reading How the Brain Works - ed. Prof. Peter Abrahams, and its great book! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SydneyBarrett View Post
    Now I am reading How the Brain Works - ed. Prof. Peter Abrahams, and its great book! :)
    It certainly is. I bought (and enjoyed) it late last year, IIRC. BTW - I like your forum-name. That's really cool!

    http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Sydney_...(Earth-TRN620) and, of course, her acknowledged namesake:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syd_Barrett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Reading Project # 2: Reconstruction in Tennessee
    John Randolph Neal, Disunion and Restoration in Tennessee
    James Welch Patton, Unionism and Reconstruction in Tennessee
    James Walter Fertig, Secession and Reconstruction of Tennessee
    Thomas B. Alexander, Political Reconstruction in Tennessee
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in Tennessee, 1865-1880
    Read Alrutheus Ambush Taylor's The Negro in Tennessee, 1865-1880.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Reading Project # 3: Reconstruction in Virginia

    Hamilton James Eckenrode, Political History of Virginia During the Reconstruction
    Jack P. Maddex, The Virginia Conservatives
    Richard G. Lowe, Republicans and Reconstruction in Virginia
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in the Reconstruction of Virginia
    Luther Porter Jackson, Negro Officeholders in Virginia, 1865-1895
    Read Alrutheus Ambush Taylor's The Negro in the Reconstruction of Virginia.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Reading Project # 3: Reconstruction in Virginia

    Hamilton James Eckenrode, Political History of Virginia During the Reconstruction
    Jack P. Maddex, The Virginia Conservatives
    Richard G. Lowe, Republicans and Reconstruction in Virginia
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in the Reconstruction of Virginia
    Luther Porter Jackson, Negro Officeholders in Virginia, 1865-1895
    Read Luther Porter Jackson's Negro Officeholders in Virginia, 1865-1896.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Walter Allen, Governor Chamberlain's Administration in South Carolina
    Edmund L. Drago, Hurrah for Hampton!
    John Porter Hollis, The Early Period of Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Thomas Holt, Black Over White
    John G. Jackson, Black Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Hampton M. Jarrell, Wade Hampton and the Negro
    Peggy Lamson, The Glorious Failure
    James S. Pike, The Prostrate State
    John S. Reynolds, Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Willie Lee Rose, Rehearsal for Reconstruction
    Francis Butler Simkins, Pitchfork Ben Tillman
    Francis Butler Simkins and Robert Hilliard Woody, South Carolina During Reconstruction
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in South Carolina During Reconstruction
    Henry Tazewell Thompson, Ousting the Carpetbagger from South Carolina
    George Brown Tindall, South Carolina Negroes, 1877-1900
    Okon Edet Uya, From Slavery to Public Service
    Joel Williamson, After Slavery
    Richard Zuczek, State of Rebellion

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    Read Walter Allen's Governor Chamberlain 's Administration in South Carolina.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Walter Allen, Governor Chamberlain's Administration in South Carolina
    Edmund L. Drago, Hurrah for Hampton!
    John Porter Hollis, The Early Period of Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Thomas Holt, Black Over White
    John G. Jackson, Black Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Hampton M. Jarrell, Wade Hampton and the Negro
    Peggy Lamson, The Glorious Failure
    James S. Pike, The Prostrate State
    John S. Reynolds, Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Willie Lee Rose, Rehearsal for Reconstruction
    Francis Butler Simkins, Pitchfork Ben Tillman
    Francis Butler Simkins and Robert Hilliard Woody, South Carolina During Reconstruction
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in South Carolina During Reconstruction
    Henry Tazewell Thompson, Ousting the Carpetbagger from South Carolina
    George Brown Tindall, South Carolina Negroes, 1877-1900
    Okon Edet Uya, From Slavery to Public Service
    Joel Williamson, After Slavery
    Richard Zuczek, State of Rebellion

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    Read Francis Butler Simkins' Pitchfork Ben Tillman South Carolinian.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Read Johan Huizinga's Dutch Civilization in the Seventeenth Century.
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Reading Project # 3: Reconstruction in Virginia

    Hamilton James Eckenrode, Political History of Virginia During the Reconstruction
    Jack P. Maddex, The Virginia Conservatives
    Richard G. Lowe, Republicans and Reconstruction in Virginia
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in the Reconstruction of Virginia
    Luther Porter Jackson, Negro Officeholders in Virginia, 1865-1895
    Read Jack P. Maddex' The Virginia Conservatives.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Walter Allen, Governor Chamberlain's Administration in South Carolina
    Edmund L. Drago, Hurrah for Hampton!
    John Porter Hollis, The Early Period of Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Thomas Holt, Black Over White
    John G. Jackson, Black Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Hampton M. Jarrell, Wade Hampton and the Negro
    Peggy Lamson, The Glorious Failure
    James S. Pike, The Prostrate State
    John S. Reynolds, Reconstruction in South Carolina
    Willie Lee Rose, Rehearsal for Reconstruction
    Francis Butler Simkins, Pitchfork Ben Tillman
    Francis Butler Simkins and Robert Hilliard Woody, South Carolina During Reconstruction
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in South Carolina During Reconstruction
    Henry Tazewell Thompson, Ousting the Carpetbagger from South Carolina
    George Brown Tindall, South Carolina Negroes, 1877-1900
    Okon Edet Uya, From Slavery to Public Service
    Joel Williamson, After Slavery
    Richard Zuczek, State of Rebellion

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    Re-read John Porter Hollis' The Early Period of Reconstruction in South Carolina.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
    BA, History/Political Science, Western State College of Colorado, 1984
    MBA, Entrepreneurship, City University of Seattle, 1992
    MBA, Marketing, City University of Seattle, 1993

    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    Reading Project # 3: Reconstruction in Virginia

    Hamilton James Eckenrode, Political History of Virginia During the Reconstruction
    Jack P. Maddex, The Virginia Conservatives
    Richard G. Lowe, Republicans and Reconstruction in Virginia
    Alrutheus Ambush Taylor, The Negro in the Reconstruction of Virginia
    Luther Porter Jackson, Negro Officeholders in Virginia, 1865-1895
    Read Hamilton James Eckenrode's Political History of Virginia During the Reconstruction.
    Theo the Educated Derelict
    BA, History/Political Science, Western State College of Colorado, 1984
    MBA, Entrepreneurship, City University of Seattle, 1992
    MBA, Marketing, City University of Seattle, 1993

    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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    a kiss before dying by Ira Levin

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    Read Ambrose Bierce's Civil War Stories.
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    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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