David Thompson

David Thompson

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David Thompson - Also
... David Thompson Highway, named for the explorer of Canada. ...
David Thompson Secondary School (Invermere)
... David Thompson Secondary School serves grades 8-12 for students from as far south as Canal Flats to as far north as Spillimacheen ... are 38 teachers, 3 administrators, and several support staff at David Thompson Secondary ... Mission David Thompson Secondary aims to encourage learning by providing opportunity, challenge and guidance ...
1973 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans - Individual All-America Teams
... Long Beach State Doug Collins Illinois State John Brown Missouri David Thompson North Carolina State Kevin Joyce South Carolina Rich Fuqua Oral Roberts ... Louisiana Ed Ratleff Long Beach State David Thompson North Carolina State Bill Walton UCLA Keith Wilkes UCLA NABC Doug Collins Illinois State Jim ... Providence Tom Burleson North Carolina State Marvin Barnes Providence David Thompson North Carolina State Kevin Joyce South Carolina Allan Hornyak Ohio State Ron ...
Charlotte Small
... wife of surveyor, map maker and explorer David Thompson (m ... Charlotte Small had 13 children with David Thompson ... She and the children often travelled with Thompson on his expeditions ranging from the Rockies to Quebec ...
Lakefield College School - History - Timeline
1985 - David Hadden took over as Head of School, initiating major changes. 2007 - Headmaster David Hadden, announced that the 2007–2008 school year would be his last at the school ... In early 2008, David Thompson, the Principal of Greenwood College School and LCS trustee, was appointed as his successor ...

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