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Idaho, USS (BB 42)
Idle, battle of the (Yorkshire), 616
Idomene, battle of, 426
I-Go/ Operation 'I', 7-16 April 1943
Igualada, combat of, 17-18 February 1809
Iida, Shojiro, 1888-1980
Ikko-ikki (warrior monks)
Ile de Marans, siege of, 24-28 June 1588
Ilerda, battle of, May-2 July 49 BC
Illinois, USS (BB-65)
Illyrian War, First, 230-228 BC
Illyrian War, Second, 219
Ilyushin Il-2/ 10 Stormovik
Imbrinium, battle of, 325
Impact Plain, Operation (11 April 1945)
Impact Royal, Operation, 14- April 1945
Indefatigable class battlecruisers
Indiana, USS (BB58)
Indianapolis, USS (CA-35)
Indus, battle of the, 24 November 1221
Indutiomarus, d.54 BC
Infantry Tank, Black Prince (A43)
Infantry Tank, Valiant, A38
Infatuate, Operation/ Battle of Walcheran, 1-8 November 1944
Inglis, Brigadier Lindsay M, 1894-1966
Ingraham, USS (DD-111/ DM-9)
Inkerman, battle of: 5 November 1854
Inkovo, action at, 8 August 1812
Intelligence in War
Interstate O-63/ L-6 Grasshopper
Invincible Class Aircraft Carrier
Invincible class battlecruisers
Ionian Revolt, 499-493
Iowa class battleships
Iowa, USS (BB-61)
Iphicrates, c.418-353 BC
Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988
Iron Duke class battleships
Isfizar, siege of, 1383
Isherwood, USS (DD-284)
Island No. 10, battle of, 7 April 1862
Isonzo, First battle of the, 23 June-7 July 1915
Isonzo, Second battle of, 18 July-3 August 1915
Isonzo, Third battle of the, 18 October-3 November 1915
Isonzo, Fourth battle of the, 10 November-2 December 1915
Isonzo, Fifth battle of the, 9-17 March 1916
Isonzo, Sixth battle of the, 4-17 August 1916
Isonzo, Seventh battle of the, 14-17 September 1916
Isonzo, Eighth battle of the, 9-12 October 1916
Isonzo, Ninth battle of the, 1-4 November 1916
Isonzo, Tenth battle of the, 12 May-8 June 1917
Isonzo, Eleventh battle of, 18 August-15 September 1917 (Italy/Austria)
Israel, USS (DD-98/ DM-3)
Israeli Intelligence Services; Deception and Covert Action Operations
Issoire, siege of, 20 May-12 June 1577
Italian Campaign, 3 September 1943-2 May 1945
Italian Independence, Second War of, 1859-61
Italian Social war (91-88 BC)
Italian War, First/ Italian War of Charles VIII (1494-95)
Italian War, Second/ Italian War of Louis XII (1499-1503)
Italian War, Fourth/ First Hapsburg-Valois War (1521-26)
Italian War of Charles VIII/ First Italian War (1494-95)
Italian War of Louis XII (1499-1503)/ Second Italian War
Italian Wars, 1494-1559
Italica Hispalis, battle of, 76 BC
Italo-Turkish War (1911-12)
Italy, Napoleon's Campaign in, 1796-97
Itchen, HMS (1903)
Iuka, battle of, 19 September 1862
Ivan Island (Mellu), occupation of, 31 January 1944
Ivrea, combat of, 24 May 1800
Ivry, battle of, 14 March 1590
Iwo Jima, battle of (Operation Detachment),February - March 1945
Welcome to Tuscarawas County History and Genealogy!
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY was formed from Muskingum, Feb. 15, 1808. The name is that of an Indian tribe, and in one of their dialects signifies "open mouth." This is a fertile, well-cultivated county, partly level and partly rolling and hilly. Iron ore, fire clay and coal abound. It was first permanently settled about the year 1803, by emigrants from Western Virginia and Pennsylvania, many of whom were of German origin.
In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database Project. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Kentucky, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index. In June, as the Kentucky Project was coming to completion, it was decided to create this page for all states. Volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of county pages for each state page.
Tuscarawas County is a proud part of the OHGenWeb Project, and USGenWeb Project. You can Learn more About Us. If Tuscarawas County is not the County your looking for look at The OHGenWeb County Selection Page.
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3. "Black Monday" Crash of 1987
What happened: Sinking oil prices and US-Iran tensions had turned the market pessimistic. But what led to the wipeout on October 19 — eerily close to the 58th anniversary of the 1929 crash — was the relatively new prevalence of computerized trading programs that allowed brokers to place bigger and faster orders. Unfortunately, they also made it difficult to stop trades soon enough once prices started to plummet. Ultimately, The Dow and S&P 500 each dropped more than 20% and Nasdaq lost 11%. International stock exchanges also tumbled.
The damage: Fortunately, the crash didn't cause a recession or hardship. Trader Blair Hull helped set things right by putting in a large order for options at the Chicago Board Options Exchange on Black Monday. The main casualty of the crash was consumer confidence. It was essentially a computer-IT "plumbing problem" that "scared people," says Marsh.
What resulted: The financial community realized how stock exchanges around the world were interconnected. The SEC implemented circuit breakers, also known as trading curbs, to halt trading for the day once a stock exchange declines by a given amount. To ensure liquidity, then- Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan ensured credit was available and made it clear that "the Fed has your back," says Marc Chandler, a chief market strategist at Bannockburn Global Forex.
Session 3: Histories
- It has been said that "all history is contemporary history" (Croce) and &ldquoHistory tells us more about the person who wrote it than about the people being written about&rdquo (Carr).
- In this sense, works of history themselves become sources for later generations of historians!
- In this session, we will look at the three broad interpretations about the course of history that historians have formulated.
- Whig School
- Marxist School
- Annales School
This session makes use of the following two video clips which demonstrate the ideas of accidentalism and determinism respectively.
Main Index: I - History
Dancing has changed dramatically throughout its long and sometimes torrid history. What sometimes is considered miled by todays standards was not even a thought in the dancers of a 25, 50, 100, 500 and more years ago. Namely due to the way people can learn, study, practice, examine, research, define, etc. Thru technology which has made many of todays newer star dancers far better than the ones of the past, but for most it has handicapped them.
However, these past dancers helped shape and form todays dance in ways that can not be denied and dancers were superior in their day as they had to study dance thru skill, desire and sweat alone. Most had no records, Internet, Camera's, You-tube or DVD's 's for many of them. Remember, how you treat the past now is how you will be viewed in the future, honor, respect and preserve what was before you (which IS your past,) in any dance form you are interested in . as someday, if your lucky, you might be listed here too.
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Historic dance terms (different than today's) while many have changed, some remain the same. Some are Greek and French as well as English. Many dance treatise mention these terms and sometimes we need to look them up.
The Harvest Moon Ball is listed by each year where I have gathered information. If you have any corrections or printed facts [like a program page, actual person, family member etc] on who won/placed/danced please pass it along for others).
that featured Dance Seqments Plays / Musicals Well, this is what it says. This section deals with Broadway type plays and Musicals.
I have come across! Quotes on Dance We run across these from time to time with information on its origin, etc. so we thought we would write em down (oh and share em too).
A Brief History of NRCS
On April 27, 1935 Congress passed Public Law 74-46, in which it recognized that "the wastage of soil and moisture resources on farm, grazing, and forest lands . . . is a menace to the national welfare" and established the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) as a permanent agency in the USDA. In 1994, SCS&rsquos name was changed to the Natural Resources Conservation Service to better reflect the broadened scope of the agency&rsquos concerns. In doing so, Congress reaffirmed the federal commitment to the conservation of the nation's soil and water resources, first made more than 80 years ago, that continues to this day. To read more about the history of NRCS click here: A Brief History of NRCS
Consumer Price Index (United Kingdom)
The traditional measure of inflation in the UK for many years was the Retail Prices Index (RPI), which was first calculated in the early 20th century to evaluate the extent to which workers were affected by price changes during the First World War. The main index was described as the Interim Index of Retail Prices from 1947 to 1955. In January 1956, it was rebased and renamed the Index of Retail Prices. In January 1962 this was replaced by the General Index of Retail Prices, which was again rebased at that time. A further rebasing occurred in January 1987, subsequent to the issue of the first index-linked gilts.
An explicit inflation target was first set in October 1992 by Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont, following the UK's departure from the Exchange Rate Mechanism. Initially, the target was based on the RPIX, which is the RPI calculated excluding mortgage interest payments. This was felt to be a better measure of the effectiveness of macroeconomic policy. It was argued that if interest rates are used to curb inflation, then including mortgage payments in the inflation measure would be misleading. Until 1997, interest rates were set by the Treasury.
Introducing CPI Edit
On election in May 1997, the new Labour government handed control over interest rates to the politically independent Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee. This committee is given the responsibility of adjusting interest rates in order to meet an inflation target set by the Chancellor.  The initial target rate of inflation was an RPIX of 2.5%. The committee meets once per month to decide if any changes to the interest rate are necessary. If, in any month, inflation deviates from the target by more than one percentage point, the Governor of the Bank of England is required to write an open letter to the Chancellor explaining the reasons for this and to propose a plan of action for bringing inflation back towards the target.
Since 1996, the United Kingdom has also tracked a Consumer Price Index figure, and in December 2003, the inflation target was changed to CPI of 2%, from the previous target of RPIX of 2.5%. 
The Consumer Prices Index including owner occupiers' housing costs (CPIH) became the lead inflation index in UK official inflation statistics on 21 March 2017. 
The CPI calculates the average price increase as a percentage for a basket of 700 different goods and services. Around the middle of each month it collects information on prices of these commodities from 120,000 different retailing outlets. Note that unlike the RPI, the CPI takes the geometric mean of prices to aggregate items at the lowest levels, instead of the arithmetic mean. This means that the CPI will generally be lower than the RPI. The rationale is that this accounts for the fact that consumers will buy less of something if its price goes up, and more if its price goes down it also ensures that if prices go up and then revert to the previous level, the CPI also reverts to its previous level (which is not the case with the calculation method used for the RPI). According to the ONS, this difference in averaging method is the largest contributing factor to the differences between the RPI and the CPI. 
The change in the CPI over the 12 months to August 2008 was 4.7%, while the corresponding figure for RPIX (which excludes mortgage interest) was 5.2% and that for RPI (which includes mortgage interest) was 4.8%.  The CPI, the RPIX, and the RPI are published monthly by the Office for National Statistics. A history of CPI and RPIX going back to 1989 can be found at the Office for National Statistics website. 
There has been criticism of CPI as being a less effective measure of price rises than the Retail Prices Index, accusing it of being easier to manipulate and less broad based (for example excluding housing). John Redwood, the Conservative MP, has said that CPI targeting meant that interest rates were set lower at a time of rising (RPI) inflation. 
Nevertheless, following the UK general election of May 2010 the incoming conservative chancellor George Osborne announced that CPI was to be more widely adopted, including for setting benefits and pensions. 
In January 2013 the Office for National Statistics announced its conclusion that the RPI did not meet international standards and it is no longer formally ranked as a UK 'National Statistic'.  
The basket of goods and services chosen is intended to reflect changes in society's buying habits. For example, on 23 March 2009, rosé wine and takeaway chicken were added to the basket, whereas volume bottled cider and boxes of wine were removed. 
Stage Three of EMU
Irrevocable fixing of exchange rates
On 1 January 1999 the third and final stage of EMU commenced with the irrevocable fixing of the exchange rates of the currencies of the 11 Member States initially participating in Monetary Union and with the conduct of a single monetary policy under the responsibility of the ECB.
The number of participating Member States increased to 12 on 1 January 2001, when Greece entered the third stage of EMU. Slovenia became the 13th member of the euro area on 1 January 2007, followed one year later by Cyprus and Malta, by Slovakia on 1 January 2009, by Estonia on 1 January 2011, by Latvia on 1 January 2014 and by Lithuania on 1 January 2015. On the day each country joined the euro area, its central bank automatically became part of the Eurosystem.
Watch the video: Rammstein - Mein Teil Official Video