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Blakeslee, George Hubbard, 1871-1954 (19)

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Hubbard, George R. (8)

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Pepper, George H. (George Hubbard), 1873-1924 (13)

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Archaeologists. Pepper, field director, and Wetherill, assistant, excavated prehistoric pueblo sites in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, 1896-1899, for the Hyde Expeditions on behalf of the American Museum of Natural History. The Hyde Expeditions were funded by B.T.B. Hyde and Frederick Hyde.

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Hubbard, George (2)

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Epithet: serpent player

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Hubbard, George, 1859-1936 (3)

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Epithet: architect

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Hubbard, George W. (George Whipple), 1841-1924 (4)

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First president of Meharry Medical College (1876-1921).

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Hubbard, George Stocking, 1813-1894. (2)

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Brown, George Hubbard, 1850-1926 (2)

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Lawyer, superior court judge, associate justice of North Carolina Supreme Court; of Washington (Beaufort Co.), N.C.

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Hubbard, George Henry, 1855-1928. (2)

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George H. Hubbard was a missionary of the American Board in Foochow, China, 1885-1891, and then in parts of Fukien Province until 1925. In China, administered schools, hospitals, and missions, and he wrote for periodicals. George Henry Hubbard was a missionary of the American Board in Foochow, China, 1885-1891, and then in parts of Fukien Province until 1925. In China he administered schools, hospitals, and missions and he wrote for periodicals. George...

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Minot, George Hubbard, 1818-1849. (2)

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George Hubbard Minot and John Sherman Minot were brothers. George was a businessman in Manchester, N.H., who later moved to St. Louis for a business venture; John Sherman Minot attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.

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