Cognitive Difference/Disability, Religion, and the Making of a Family Tradition (Fordham University, March 30, 2016)

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No Search, No Subject: Autism and the American Conversion Narrative in Autism and Representation, ed. Mark Osteen (New York: Routledge 2010.

 

 


Kangaroos

Daniel Kealy, American, employed in the

Quartermaster’s Department at Porto Bello,

was accidentally drowned in the bay at that

place May 7, 1909. The body had not been

recovered up to May 17. Kealy was mar-

ried, and had been on the Isthmus since

July 28, 1906.

 

Mrs. Daniel Kealy of Gorgona wishes to

express her gratitude and sincere apprecia-

tion for the kindness and assistance given

her by the Kangaroos, Red Men, and many

other friends in her recent bereavement on

the death of her husband. 


 

 

 

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  1. "joe"

    not the real wild man fischer!

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