The name Durkee may refer to:

  • Durkee is an American brand name for former Glidden Company foodstuffs division, originally founded by Eugene R. Durkee in 1857. It is now owned by Memphis, Tennessee-based ACH Food Companies.
  • Sarah Durkee is a singer-songwriter
  • Charles Durkee (1805 – 1870), an American politician
  • Charlie Durkee (born 1944), placekicker for the New Orleans Saints
  • Reese Durkee is a fictional character
  • William Durkee Williamson
  • Will Durkee

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Durkee, Oregon
... Durkee is an unincorporated community in Baker County, Oregon, United States ... Durkee lies at the Vandercar Road exit of Interstate 84 ... Durkee was originally a stage stop called Express, and by the 1860s it was the only transfer point between Umatilla and Boise ...
Lama Foundation - History
... The Lama Foundation was founded in 1967 by Barbara Durkee, Stephen Durkee, (now known as Asha Greer or Asha von Briesen and Nooruddeen Durkee), and ... During his visit, he presented the Durkees with a manuscript he had written, entitled From Bindu to Ojas ...
Sarah Durkee
... Sarah Durkee is a singer-songwriter, a television lyricist and screenwriter, and an author and humorist ... Durkee and her husband Paul Jacobs are the creators of the theme song for the popular PBS literacy education series, Between the Lions, and have also written many other musical numbers ... Since the mid-1980s, Durkee has also been a frequent contributor of scripts and songs to the children's TV series "Sesame Street", "Arthur", "Wonder Pets", "Dora the ...
Fort Dickinson
... In 1769, Major John Durkee and his men erected Fort Durkee on the eastern bank of the Susquehanna River at the town of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania ... Fort Durkee was renamed Fort Dickinson in 1783 ...
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