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Bill Mason - Canoeing
... of James Raffan's 1996 biography of Mason, Michael Peake refers to Mason as "the patron saint of canoeing." To many Canadian and American Paddlers and Canoeists growing up in the 1970s and 1980s, his series of ... In many ways, Bill, Joyce, Paul and Becky Mason were the "faces" of Canadian Canoeing in the '70s ... Mason's good friend, filmmaker Blake James, also frequently appeared in his films ...
George W. Mason - Nash Motors
... Nash, founder of Nash Motors began looking for his successor, he turned to Mason upon the recommendation of Walter Chrysler ... Mason initially rebuffed Nash’s offer, however when Nash asked what it would take to bring Mason over to Nash, Mason stated that he would not take the position if Kelvinator was not included in the deal ... Nash and Mason came to terms and the deal announced in November 1936 ...
Bill Mason
... Bill Mason was an award-winning Canadian naturalist, author, artist, filmmaker, and conservationist, noted primarily for his popular canoeing books, films, and art as well as his documentaries on wolves ... Mason was also known for including passages from Christian sermons in his films ... Mason canoed all of his adult life, ranging widely over the wilderness areas of Canada and the United States ...
George W. Mason - Legacy in Conservation
... Following his death it was disclosed that Mason, a former president of Ducks Unlimited, had left a gift to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources consisting of 1,500 acres (6.1 km2) land with 14 ... to uphold the no camping restriction within the Mason tract ... In accordance with Mason's wishes, the tract remains free of all development with the exception for a simple log chapel that was constructed on the property by the Mason family in ...
Mason - Other
... Mason (band), Dutch electronic music duo Mason (surname), a common English surname Mason (given name), an English given name Mason, a sept of the Clan Sinclair ...

More definitions of "Mason":

  • (noun): A member of a widespread secret fraternal order pledged to mutual assistance and brotherly love.
    Synonyms: Freemason
  • (noun): A craftsman who works with stone or brick.
    Synonyms: stonemason
  • (noun): American Revolutionary leader from Virginia whose objections led to the drafting of the Bill of Rights (1725-1792).
    Synonyms: George Mason