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Run For POGO 2014
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The 10th annual Run For POGO through Sunnybrook Park on Sunday, April 27, 2014 in Toronto Canada.
The Run For POGO is a charity event in support of the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario.
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Canon EOS 60D body with a Canon EFS 17-85mm lens.
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Image from page 673 of “The New England magazine” (1887)
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Title: The New England magazine
Year: 1887 (1880s)
Publisher: Boston : [New England Magazine Co.]
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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George Bancroft, Secretary of the Navy from 1845-1846 proprietors of the Hartford Times. Heedited this paper until 1837. From 1827 to1835 ne was a member of the ConnecticutLegislature. For several years Wellesserved his State as Comptroller of PublicAccounts. For some five years he was post-master of Hartford. From 1846 to 1849 newas chief of the Bureau of Provisions and He was a leading contributor to the Hart-ford Evening Press, the Republican organof his State. For several years Welles wasa member of the Republican NationalCommittee. He was a delegate to the Re-publican National Conventions of 1856 andi860, serving in the latter year as the chair-man of the Connecticut delegation. During 662 NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE
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Isaac Toucey, Secretary of the Navy from 1857-1861 the presidential campaign of i860 helabored earnestly for the election of Lin-coln. In November, i860, Lincoln began toconsider various men for places in his Cab-inet. Welless name was one of the firstpresented to him, and was the subject ofa special consultation. Vice-PresidentHannibal Hamlin urged Welless appoint-ment. Senator John P. Hale, a New Hamp-shire politician, was rather earnestly pressedupon the President for Secretary of theNavy, and he was somewhat mortified thathis pretensions for the place were not moreseriously regarded. Other names mayhave been considered. Lincoln from the first was convinced of Welless fitness,availability, and representative character.The assignment of Welles to the NavyDepartment instead of to some other Cab-inet position may be ascribed to his threeyears experience as chief of the Bureau ofProvisions and Clothing, and to his resi-dence in New England, whose maritimeinterests have given her a clai
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