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Charles Debrille Poston - Early Exploration and Mining Efforts
... In 1851, Poston traveled to California as part of the Gold Rush and took a clerk position at the San Francisco Customs House ... In late 1853, with the bankers' backing, Poston joined with mining engineer Herman Ehrenberg to organize an expedition into the territory Mexico was expected to sell to the United States ... After returning to San Francisco, Poston left for the East Coast in search of capital to fund a mining operation in the newly acquired territory ...
Poston - Places
... Poston, Arizona, United States Poston War Relocation Center, a World War II era internment camp ...
Lurie Poston
... Lurie Preston Poston (born September 30, 1996) is an American SAG child actor and singer ... Poston began his career in the cast of the Broadway Musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, acting in over 300 performances ... Poston played in the 2007 film Walk Hard The Dewey Cox Story and he played Tommy Huff in the 2008 film Step Brothers with Will Ferrell and John C ...
Charles Debrille Poston - Later Life
... Poston returned to the United States in time for the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia ... Poston expected a consul position in London if Tilden had won the election, but instead was made register of the United States land office at Florence, Arizona from July 1877 till ... This unusual interest led to Poston being criticized as a crank and eccentric ...
Poston War Relocation Center
... The Poston War Relocation Center, located in Yuma County (now in La Paz County) of southwestern Arizona, was the largest (in terms of area) of the ten American internment ... Poston was built on the Colorado River Indian Reservation, over the objections of the Tribal Council, who refused to be a part of doing to others what had been done to their tribe ... The combined peak population of the Poston camps was over 17,000, mostly from Southern California ...