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         Johnson Anna:     more books (100)
  1. Savvy Chic: The Art of More for Less by Anna Johnson, 2010-11-01
  2. No Star Nights by Anna Smucker, 1994-09-10
  3. Handbags: The Power of the Purse by Anna Johnson, 2002-10-21
  4. Restoring Broken Vessels: Confronting the Attack on Female Sexuality by Victoria L. Johnson, 2002-08-29
  5. Anna J. Johnson's Religious Experience and Gifts of Healing by Anna J. JOHNSON, 1878
  6. Uplifting the Women and the Race: The Lives, Educational Philosophies and Social Activism of Anna Julia Cooper and Nannie Helen Burroughs (Studies in African American History and Culture) by Karen Johnson, 2000-07-24
  7. Three Black Skirts : All You Need To Survive by Anna Johnson, 2000-10-01
  8. The 12 Attributes Of God In Man In Spiritual Correspondence With The 12 Constellations by Anna J. Johnson, 2010-05-22
  9. Peasant Life in Germany by Anna C. Johnson, 2010-03-29
  10. Drei schwarze Röcke. Was jede Frau zum Überleben braucht. by Anna Johnson, 2002-03-01
  11. Biorthogonal systems of functions: Application of biorthogonal systems of functions to the theory of integral equations by Anna Johnson Pell, 1911-01-01
  12. A Place Within by AnnaD'Alessio Johnson, 2001-07-01
  13. Christ Unveiled: His Heavenly and Earthly Appearing by Anna J. Johnson, 2007-07-25
  14. Chasing the Demons by Anna Katherine Johnson, 2004-09-15

1. C. Anna --- Johnson (c1831) Of Horry Co, SC
SC Page 263A House/Family 129/ 131 DOG BLUFF Twp johnson anna W F 52 W SC SC SC 1827/1828 JOHNSON MELVINA W F 21
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C. Anna - Johnson (c1831) of Horry Co, SC
Commentary Children Researcher List Register Report ... Home I (Marty Grant) don't know how or if I'm related to C. Anna Johnson. This family resided in Dog Bluff Township of Horry County. The Horry County Johnson families were listed on most early census records with the spelling "Johns t on", though in later census records, it was most often listed as "Johnson". C. Anna Johnson was born ca 1830/31 (per 1870 census) or ca 1827/28 (per 1880 census). She was born in SC. I don't think she was a Johnson by birth, for the 1880 census showed her marital status as "widowed". However, I don't know who her husband was. Anna's oldest known child (Francis) was born ca 1849/50 (per 1870 census) or ca 1844/45 (per 1880 census). This means she was married before ca 1850. I found no trace of her on the 1850 or 1860 census (at least not in Horry). She could be the same Ann who was the 2nd wife of John L. Johnson (c1787)

2. Anna Johnson
Anna Johnson born 1885 Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, MN died abt 1947 Mobridge, Walworth, SD father Johnson mother UNNAMED married Edin J Eklo INDEX HOME
Anna Johnson
born 1885 Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, MN
died abt 1947 Mobridge, Walworth, SD
father: Johnson
mother: UNNAMED married Edin J Eklo INDEX

3. Individual Johnson Anna Marie.htm
ANNA MARIE JOHNSON remarried to BILL STAYGAARD. They last were knownto live in IL. Photo ANNA MARIE JOHNSON and BILL STAYGAARD. Johnson Anna Marie.htm
Press Family Genealogy Site
Anna (Annie) Marie Johnson A NNA A NNIE) M ARIE J OHNSON was born April 26, 1882 in Harvard, Illinois and died March 1948 in we believe Illinois. She married W ILLIAM I RWIN P RESS , son of C HARLES P RESS and A NNA R ICKNER. He was born December 02, 1870 in Vicksburg, Michigan She married when she was only 12 or 13 years of age. Children of A NNA J OHNSON and W ILLIAM P RESS are: C HARLES C HAS) L OUIS P RESS , b. November 02, 1900, Janesville, Wisconsin; d. January 21, 1995, Janesville, Wisconsin in Janesville Health Care Center. W ILLIAM J AMES P RESS , b. January 19, 1902, Janesville, Wisconsin; d. June 11, 1983, Town of Rock,Beloit, Wisconsin; m. B ERTHA T HEIDER ; b. July 16, 1894; d. February 1985, Beloit, Wisconsin. She left her first husband when her children were very young, William was only 18 months old. ANNA MARIE JOHNSON re-married to B ILL S TAYGAARD They last were known to live in IL. Photo: ANNA MARIE JOHNSON and B ILL S TAYGAARD

4. Anna Johnson
Anna Johnson Address Section for Connective Tissue Biology, BMC C12,Lund University, 221 84 Lund. tel (46) 046 222 9884 fax (46
Anna Johnson
Address: Section for Connective Tissue Biology, BMC C12, Lund University, 221 84 Lund.
tel: (46) 046 222 9884
fax: (46) 046 211 3417
email: Principal Investigator: Tore Saxne Co-investigator(s): Project: Extracellular matrix proteins and their role in inflammation
Keywords: Extracellular matrix - Macrophages - Fibronectin - Cartilage Oligomeric Matrix Protein- Nitric Oxide Publications:

5. CV Anna Marie Johnson
Anna Marie Johnson Team Leader, Information Literacy/ Reference Librarian 117BEkstrom Library, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292 502852-1491
Anna Marie Johnson
Team Leader, Information Literacy/ Reference Librarian
117B Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292
502-852-1491, Fax 502-852-8736
Education M.A. Comparative Literature Indiana University M.L.S.
  • Perry/Gregory Award, 1994
  • Evelyn Ray Sickels Award, 1995

Indiana University B.A. Creative Writing; German
  • magna cum laude
    Phi Betta Kappa Honors Program Participant
Miami University Professional Experience January 2001-present Team Leader, Information Literacy
Reference Librarian
Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY Rank: Assistant Professor
  • Coordinate curriculum support to promote effective use of both print-based and electronic information resoruces
  • Work with faculty to integrate information literacy skills instruction into the undergraduate and graduate curricula, both on and off campus
  • Ensure that students learn informationskills for successful use of information such as locating, organizing, evaluating, and applying information to problem-solving
  • Assess student outcomes in terms of information skills acquistion
  • Coordinate training for library personnel to prepare them for teaching information skills
  • Participate in reference work and collaborate with other libraries in the are of information literacy
July 1995-December 2000 Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

6. BAOC: 1998 Competitive Classes
Mair Daniel Poe Stefanie Anderson Jacob Lawson JoAnne Goldberg Trent Walker ErinTate Kyle Fernandez Lauren Wolfe Peter Jacobi Tabitha johnson anna Straus M14
1998 BAOC Competitive Classes
Below are all 602 BAOC members listed in 1998 competitive age groups, as determined by USOF. Thanks to Joe Scarborough, our technical director, and his helpers, Steve Beuerman and Julia Tussing, for this compilation. Please send corrections to Joe Scarborough

7. Anna Johnson
Anna Johnson. Welcome to Super Embroidery! .
Anna Johnson "Welcome to Super Embroidery!"

8. Anna Johnson
Anna Johnson. Manhattan Anna Johnson has a BM in Jazz Performance and MusicEducation from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. She
Anna Johnson Manhattan, New York
Phone: (917) 673 - 3783
E-mail: Anna Johnson has a BM in Jazz Performance and Music Education from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. She has studied classical piano with
Maguerite Samoorian, Vincent Lenti and Polly van der Linde. Her primary jazz teachers include Wayne Reiss, Bevan Manson, Michael Cain and Harold Danko.
Anna became the first jazz piano teacher in the Eastman Community Education Division during the year 2000. She has been a two-year faculty member at the
Summer Sonatina School of Piano and Fall Sonata Program in Bennington VT. She has experience teaching both classical repertoire and jazz improvisation and
she enjoys working with children of all ages as well as adults.
As a performer in Manhattan, Anna composes, arranges, and rehearses original music with various groups. She has played at such venues as the Triad Lounge,
Cleopatra's Needle, and the Cornelia Street Cafe. Her compositions are available at on a CD entitled "One More Time in the Air." Anna is currently

P. O. BOX 251
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10. \-- Archives - Scandinavian Immigrant Experience Collection --/
anna johnson was born on July 23, 1899 in Esse, Finland to Matt Leander Granlund and Josefina Lovisa.

Administrative Information Scope and Content Note Biographical Information Lineage ...

Information Resources
Robert A. L. Mortvedt Library
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma, WASHINGTON 98447
Phone: (253) 535-7586 E-mail:
New Land New Lives Oral History Collection Anna Elvira Granlund Johnson
A Guide to Her Oral History Interview
Administrative Information
Creator: Johnson, Anna Elvira Granlund
Collection Nr: File Content: 3 file folders 5 photographs 1 sound cassette compact discs Processing Information: The interview was conducted using a cassette recorder. A research copy was also prepared from the original. To further preserve the content of the interview, it is now being transferred to compact disc. We deliberately did not transcribe the entire interview because we want the researchers to listen to the interviewee's own voice. The transcription index highlights important aspects of the interview and the tape counter numbers noted on the Partial Interview Transcription are meant as approximate finding guides and refer to the location of a subject on the cassette/CD.

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12. Anna-chan / Anne Waltz / Science Fiction Shoujo
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Anne Waltz, writer of science fiction shoujo
January 15, 2003: Welcome to my ever-evolving webpage. I've been busy this fall, studying Chinese. I think Chinese is not as difficult to learn as Japanese. That's not to say it's easy; it's not. It's just that I haven't lost as much hair this semester. Please let me introduce myself. My name is Anne Waltz. Friends call me "Anna" or "Anna-chan". I write science fiction. I don't usually lose my hair, except when trying to learn Japanese. I'm working on a novel, as well as the occasional short story. I just published a story titled "Greener Grass" in the Land/Space Anthology Thank you for viewing my page. I occasionally update it with news and pictures. Anna
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13. Wheeler
anna johnson Pell Wheeler. anna johnson was the daughter of Swedish immigrantswho came to the United States about 10 years before anna was born.
Anna Johnson Pell Wheeler
Born: 5 May 1883 in Calliope (now Hawarden), Iowa, USA
Died: 26 March 1966 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA
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Anna Johnson was the daughter of Swedish immigrants who came to the United States about 10 years before Anna was born. When she was nine years old the family moved to Akron, Iowa where Anna attended private school. In 1899 she entered the University of South Dakota where she showed great promise in mathematics. The professor of mathematics, Alexander Pell, recognised her talents and helped persuade Anna Johnson that she should follow a career in mathematics. She received an A.B. degree in 1903. After winning a scholarship to study for her master's degrees at the University of Iowa, she was awarded the degree for a thesis The extension of Galois theory to linear differential equations in 1904. A second master's degree from Radcliffe was awarded in 1905 and she remained there to study under and Osgood Hilbert Klein Minkowski , Herglotz and Schwarzschild Hilbert , she returned to Chicago, where her husband was now on the university staff, without the degree being awarded.

14. Anna Johnson Business Coaching
Coaches high achievers in all areas of business, including entrepreneurs, CEOs, managers, professionals, politicians, athletes and creative artists. Based in Australia.

15. Welcome To Kessinger Publishing's Rare Philosophy, Masonic And Freemasonry Books
EMAIL US! Our current time is 1134 PM MST on 2/5/03 © 2002 Kessinger Publishing,LLC. BOOKS BY Author johnson, anna J. (1 BOOK). AUTHOR johnson, anna J.

16. Johnson, Anna ( Marriage - 20 JUL 1881)
Source CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 08/05/1881. johnson, anna ( Marriage - 20 JUL 1881)
    Message #: Date Posted: Subject: Johnson, Anna ( Marriage - 20 JUL 1881) Posted by: Stan Email: Surnames: JOHNSON Message:
      Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 08/05/1881
      -Johnson, Anna ( Marriage - 20 JUL 1881)
      Married, in Neillsville, Clark County, Wis., July 20th, 1881, by Rev. W.T. Hendren, Mr. Fred Johnson to Miss Anna Johnson, both of Neillsville.
    Message Index

17. Johnson, Anna Wick; Miner County - 1883
johnson, anna Wick; Miner County 1883. Submitted by anna Wick johnson’s daughter,Helen johnson Partridge. johnson, anna Wick; Miner County - 1883.
Johnson, Anna Wick; Miner County - 1883 Anna Caroline Wigh (spelling later changed to Wick) was born at North Cape, Racine County, Wisconsin, on September 9, 1877. She was the third child and second daughter of Christian Wick and Helena Johnson Wick, who had migrated from Norway in 1869. In 1883 the family came as homesteaders to Miner County in Dakota Territory, where they settled on a 160 acre farm three miles west of Canova. In order to construct the required buildings on the homestead, it was necessary to mortgage the farm. The next few years were lacking in moisture with resulting poor crops and little income. Her parents’ concern over the constant threat of a mortgage foreclosure so impressed the small child that she developed a lifelong horror of ever being in debt. Finally, a bumper grain crop which sold at good prices provided funds to pay off the mortgage, but not before some of the less hardy homesteaders had loaded their scant possessions into covered wagons and taken off after dark, leaving their debts behind them. During the lean years, the family’s daily breakfast consisted of bread and coffee diluted with skim milk and sweetened with sugar. From the cream Anna’s mother churned butter which, with surplus eggs, was traded for coffee, sugar and other staples at the general store. At Christmas time, each child looked forward to receiving an orange in his stocking, but otherwise the family diet included only the vegetables that were grown in the family garden and canned, dried or stored for off-season consumption. In the summer the children searched for ground cherries, a yellow, husk-covered fruit that grew on a low bush, or for wild blueberries from which their mother would make sauce or jelly.

18. Fruit Belt Service Company
Locally owned agricultural cooperative serving producers in Alexander, Hardin, johnson, Massac, Pope, Pulaski, and Union counties. Main office and warehouse in Vienna with locations in anna, Boles, Cobden, Golconda, Grantsburg, and Ullin.

19. Johnson, Anna (Marriage - 24 OCT 1900)
Source CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/01/1900. johnson, anna (Marriage - 24 OCT 1900)
    Message #: Date Posted: Subject: Johnson, Anna (Marriage - 24 OCT 1900) Posted by: Stan Email: Surnames: JOHNSON RUDE Message:
      Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/01/1900
      -Johnson, Anna (Marriage - 24 OCT 1900)
      On Wednesday evening, Oct. 24, 1900, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson, on Grand Ave. (Neillsville, Clark County), was the scene of a quiet wedding which united in matrimony their daughter Anna with Gorge Rude, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rude. Only the near friends of the parties were in attendance. Rev. G.W. Longenecker performed the ceremony. The bride has grown up in this city and is a graduate of our schools. The groom is a steady, industrious young man and well like by all who know him. The Republican and Press joins with their many friends in congratulations and best wishes.
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20. Johnson, Anna
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