Stillman may refer to:

  • Stillman (surname)
  • Stillman, Michigan
  • Stillman College, Alabama
  • Stillman Valley, Illinois
    • Stillman's Run Battle Site
  • W. Paul Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University

Other articles related to "stillman":

Stillman Creek (Illinois) - History
... The creek was the site of the 1832 Battle of Stillman's Run during the Black Hawk War ... The use of the word "run" was a double entendre describing both the creek and Stillman's "tactics" during the battle ... The stream's current name, Stillman Creek, descended from Isaiah Stillman, who also lent his name to the village of Stillman Valley (via the creek), along the creek, in Ogle County ...
Samuel Stillman
... Samuel Stillman (1737–1807) was an American Baptist minister ... In 1764, Stillman joined The Reverend James Manning, The Reverend Ezra Stiles, the Reverend Isaac Backus, the Reverend John Gano, the Reverend Morgan Edwards, William Ellery, and former Royal Governors ... From 1765 Stillman was minister of the First Baptist Church of Boston, Massachusetts, until his death ...
Stillman Tigers Football - History
... Stillman originally fielded a football squad for the 1922 season, and would compete on and off through its abandonment following the 1950 season ... the Tigers were defeated by Arkansas-Monticello 30–7 in the first Stillman game since 1950 ... Competing as a Division III Independent though the 2003 season, Stillman would revive its rivalry game with Miles College in 2001 as the Steel City Classic ...
Stillman Tigers Football
... The Stillman Tigers football team represents Stillman College in the NCAA Division II, competing as part of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ... Stillman plays its home games at the 9,000 seat Stillman Stadium, which is located on-campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama ... Although only fielding a team since the 1999 season, Stillman previously fielded a team that was disbanded following the 1950 season ...