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Rooster Streaker Wave Sail Testing
Rooster Streaker Wave Sail Testing
DATE: 2011/05/26::
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Nautical Archaeology Program Brown Bag Lecture - The Double Halyard in Ancient Mediterranean Rigging
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DATE: 2010/02/19::
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Dr. Jackson Preaching @United Missionary Baptist Church, Dr. Morris J. Halyard Part 6
DATE: 2008/11/05::
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DATE: 2011/02/06::
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DATE: 2012/10/24::
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DATE: 2015/05/18::
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1944 Know Your Enemy!
1944 Know Your Enemy!
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003.MOV Menai Straights rib cruise part 3.
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DATE: 2010/09/13::
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Time Capsules? The Maritime Archaeology of the Baltic Sea and New Perspectives on History
Time Capsules? The Maritime Archaeology of the Baltic Sea and New Perspectives on History
DATE: 2012/04/05::
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Go Rowing [51-52]
Go Rowing [51-52]
DATE: 2011/01/07::
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Nautical Archaeology Texas A&M University
Nautical Archaeology Texas A&M University
DATE: 2010/01/27::
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Underwater Archaeology Course Intro
Underwater Archaeology Course Intro
DATE: 2012/03/26::
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Ben Williams,  La Volta
Ben Williams, La Volta
DATE: 2011/04/04::
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Sailing out of Bayfield, ON July 03, 2010 on a S/W wind.
Sailing out of Bayfield, ON July 03, 2010 on a S/W wind.
DATE: 2010/07/09::
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Bosun
Bosun's Chair
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1806 W HENRY AVE TAMPA Florida
1806 W HENRY AVE TAMPA Florida
DATE: 2012/10/24::
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1441 Centerline, ST.JOHNS MI
1441 Centerline, ST.JOHNS MI
DATE: 2008/11/18::
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Winner - Desert Poppy owned by The Oasis Dreamers Partnership - 01.08.10
Winner - Desert Poppy owned by The Oasis Dreamers Partnership - 01.08.10
DATE: 2011/05/04::
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Saintsville Missionary Baptist Chuch!
Saintsville Missionary Baptist Chuch!
DATE: 2008/06/10::
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Shantelle blows a condom up on her head :L
DATE: 2010/03/08::
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ECU Maritime Archaeology Graduate students survey of the "Oriental"
ECU Maritime Archaeology Graduate students survey of the "Oriental"
DATE: 2010/06/12::
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UWF Maritime Archaeology Fieldschool
UWF Maritime Archaeology Fieldschool
DATE: 2010/05/21::
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D-SPLICER demo video
D-SPLICER demo video
DATE: 2012/12/03::
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Dock Street Marina
Dock Street Marina
DATE: 2012/05/02::
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RFA assisted Vertebroplasty, A patient success story
RFA assisted Vertebroplasty, A patient success story
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"Esther" - Inventions Special
"Esther" - Inventions Special
DATE: 2014/08/18::
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180 Dakota Ave. #23 in Santa Cruz California listed for sale by John McCombs, Realtor
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DATE: 2009/06/15::
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2012 FEAR WEEK - Walking under a LADDER !
2012 FEAR WEEK - Walking under a LADDER !
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Carribean Sailing Adventure
Carribean Sailing Adventure
DATE: 2011/03/27::
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Ellen MacArthur
Ellen MacArthur
DATE: 2010/04/15::
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DATE: 2008/10/07::
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RF Back Demo
RF Back Demo
DATE: 2011/04/11::
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Helen Halyard (born 1951) was a third-party candidate for President of the United States in the 1992 presidential election, representing the Socialist Equality Party (US), also called the Workers League. One of the relatively few African-American candidates to run for president, she had previously run twice as their vice-presidential candidate, as Edward Winn's running mate, also African-American.[1]

She ran for the United States House of Representatives from New York's 14th congressional district in 1974,[2] losing to Fred Richmond. In 1976 she ran for the House again, for New York's 19th congressional district,[3] losing to incumbent Charles B. Rangel.

In 1982 she ran against and lost to incumbent Donald W. Riegle, Jr. for United States Senator from Michigan.[4] She was the party's candidate for Vice President of the United States in 1984. She also ran for Mayor of Detroit in 1985 and 1989.[5][6]

Living in Detroit, Michigan in 1988, she was then the chair of the party's presidential effort, having to lead a petition to get onto the ballot in Alabama, and criticized Jesse Jackson's campaign.[7] She ran again for Congress from Michigan in 1994, in which she was allowed into a debate with the major party candidates,[8] winning 1,329 votes in the election and losing to Lynn N. Rivers[9] and again in 1996.

As a member of the editorial board of the party's website in 2002 she continued to criticize Jackson, as well as the Workers World Party for being in her opinion too close to the Democrats.[10] She was serving as the Assistant National Secretary of the party in 2008.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tim Reeves and Mike Pelligrini (November 5, 1984). "Candidates who offer difference on issues". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. p. 6. Retrieved January 17, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Candidates and Proposition on the Official Ballot in Election". New York Times. November 4, 1974. p. 42. 
  3. ^ "List of the Candidates in New York City and Suburbs in Elections Tomorrow". New York Times. November 1, 1976. p. 47. 
  4. ^ "Ballot in Michigan Contains 7 Proposals". Toledo Blade. October 31, 1982. p. 12. Retrieved January 17, 2010. 
  5. ^ Benchoff, Anastasia (September 6, 1992). "Mavericks fight the odds". The Bulletin. Retrieved January 17, 2010. 
  6. ^ "National Report: Coleman Young Wins Big In Detroit Mayoral Primary". Jet 69 (3): 5. September 30, 1985. 
  7. ^ "Socialists on ballot?". Times Daily. March 12, 1988. p. 1B. Retrieved January 17, 2010. 
  8. ^ Nash, James (October 13, 1994). "Rivers, Schall debate, spar over issues, name-calling". The Michigan Daily. p. 3. Retrieved January 17, 2010. 
  9. ^ "The 1994 Elections: House of Representatives". New York Times. November 10, 1994. Retrieved January 17, 2010. 
  10. ^ Reed Irvina and Cliff Kincaid (November 15, 2002). "Media Ignore Reds At Rally". Accuracy in Media. Retrieved 2010-01-16. 
  11. ^ White, Jerry (February 11, 2008). "Eddie Benjamin: January 2, 1953=February 5, 2008". Retrieved 2010-01-16. 
Preceded by
Socialist Equality Party Vice Presidential candidate
1984 (lost), 1988 (lost)
Succeeded by
Fred Mazelis
Preceded by
Edward Winn
Socialist Equality Party Presidential candidate
1992 (lost)
Succeeded by
Jerome White


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