User:Amcaja

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RETIRED
This user is no longer active on Wikipedia as of 8 January 2008.

Well, sayonara, Wikipedia. It's been fun, but real life commitments have become too pressing to continue editing here. Thanks to everyone I've worked with for making my stay here incredibly fun and fulfilling. I wish you all the best! — Amcaja (talk) 00:06, 8 January 2008 (UTC)

Contents

Africa[edit]

Abong-Mbang · Modibo Adama · Adamawa Province · Ambasse bey · Marie-Thérèse Assiga Ahanda · LinkFA-star.pngCharles Atangana · Joseph Atemengue · Bajwe · Baka (Cameroon and Gabon) · Bakole people · Bakweri · Bamboko · Bamileke · Bantowbol · Basel Mission · Francis Bebey · Beti-Pahuin · Moni Bilé · Omgba Bissogo · Chantal Biya · Brasseries du Cameroun · Bulu language · LinkFA-star.pngCameroon · Cameroon National Union · Camfranglais · Centre Province, Cameroon · Constitution of Cameroon · Council of Notables · Court of Appeal of Cameroon · Jean-Pierre Dikongué Pipa · Hans Dominik · Duala people · East Province, Cameroon · Economic crisis of Cameroon · Elame a Doo · E. M. L. Endeley · Ewale a Mbedi · Ewonde a Kwane · Ewondo language · L'Expression de Mamy-Wata · Far North Province · French Colonial Conference · George (Duala king) · High Court of Justice (Cameroon) · Isubu · Jaunde-Texte von Karl Atangana und Paul Messi · Jengu · Kadéï River · Kaélé · Kamerun · Kotoko kingdom · Kwane a Ngie · Lake Ossa · Languages of Cameroon · Limba people (Cameroon) · List of Cameroon-related topics · Sankie Maimo · Maka people · Makaa-Njem languages · Mami Wata · Mandara kingdom · Rudolf Duala Manga Bell · Mangambeu · Mbedi a Mbongo · Mbongo · Joseph Merrick (missionary) · Millet beer · Monneba · Mouloudou · Mount Cameroon Race of Hope · Mungo people · Musgum · Mvolyé · National Anti-Corruption Observatory · National Day (Cameroon) · Neukamerun · Ngaoundal · Jean-Paul Ngassa · Ngoila · Njem · Seidou Njimoluh Njoya · North Province, Cameroon · Anne-Marie Nzié · Nzime · Pallottine mission to Kamerun · Palm wine · Paris Colonial Exposition · Petit-Pays · Planned liberalism · Louis-Marie Pouka · Michael Power (Guinness character) · Priso a Doo · Regional Council (Cameroon) · Rhumsiki · Rulers of the Duala · Martin-Paul Samba · Sao civilisation · Semi-Bantu · Share taxi · Thérèse Sita-Bella · South Cameroon Plateau · South Province, Cameroon · Sport in Cameroon · Sso (rite) · Supreme Court of Cameroon · Tourism in Cameroon · Tsamassi · Tupuri people · Unification Day (Cameroon) · Heinrich Vieter · West Province, Cameroon · Western High Plateau · Wovea · Young King William

Animation[edit]

Beaky Buzzard · Betty Boop · Bosko · "Bosko the Doughboy" · Buddy (Looney Tunes) · Cecil Turtle · Censored Eleven · Charlie Dog · Bob Clampett · Claude Cat · "Clean Pastures" · Daffy Duck · Donald Duck · LinkFA-star.pngFelix the Cat · Foxy · Friz Freleng · Gabby Goat · Goofy Gophers · Goopy Geer · Gossamer (Looney Tunes) · Harman and Ising · Hector the Bulldog · Hippety Hopper · "Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah Land" · Hubie and Bertie · Inki · Magical girl · Marc Antony and Pussyfoot · Robert McKimson · Merrie Melodies · Petunia Pig · Piggy (Merrie Melodies) · Porky Pig · Private Snafu · Rocky and Mugsy · Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf · Leon Schlesinger · Sniffles · Speedy Gonzalez · Spike the Bulldog and Chester the Terrier · Sunday Go to Meetin' Time · Frank Tashlin · Tasmanian Devil (Looney Tunes) · The Three Bears (Looney Tunes) · Witch Hazel (Looney Tunes) · Woody Woodpecker · Yosemite Sam

Early American popular culture[edit]

Anti-abolitionist riots (1834) · Bowery Amphitheatre · Bowery Theatre · Brooker and Clayton's Georgia Minstrels · Frank Brower · Bryant's Minstrels · Buckley's Serenaders · John "Picayune" Butler · Butterbeans and Susie · Charles Callender · Frank Chanfrau · Charles Keith · Chatham Garden Theatre · Chatham Theatre · "Clar de Track" · "Clare de Kitchen" · "Coal Black Rose" · John Diamond (dancer) · Thomas Dilward · LinkFA-star.png"Dixie" (song) · LinkFA-star.pngGeorge Washington Dixon · Ethiopian Serenaders · Firth, Pond & Company · Gustave Frohman · "Gumbo Chaff" · Sam Hague · Thomas S. Hamblin · Henry F. Harrington · J. H. Haverly · Haverly's United Mastodon Minstrels · William Shakespeare Hays · Bob Height · John Hill Hewitt · Charles Hicks · Hutchinson Family Singers · "I Ain't Got Time to Tarry" · "I'm Going Home to Dixie" · "I'm Gwine ober de Mountain" · John Church Company · "Johnny Roach" · Lew Johnson · Billy Kersands · Wallace King · Francis Leon · List of blackface minstrel songs · Sam Lucas · Madame Rentz's Female Minstrels · "Mary Blane" · Mechanics' Hall, New York City · Minstrel show · "Miss Lucy Long" · New York Clipper · The New York Sporting Whip · Old Corn Meal · LinkFA-star.png"Old Dan Tucker" · "Ole Bull and Old Dan Tucker" · "Owl Creek Quickstep" · The Padlock · Park Theatre (Manhattan) · Richard Pelham · Po-ca-hon-tas, or The Gentle Savage · Primrose and West · Sanford's Opera Troupe · "Seely Simpkins Jig" · "Sich a Getting Up Stairs" · William Joseph Snelling · Snowden Family Band · Spirit of the Times · Stump speech (minstrelsy) · Joel Sweeney · Tremont Theatre, Boston · "Walk Along John" · Walkaround · P. P. Werlein · Billy Whitlock · "De Wild Goose-Nation" · Mrs. John Wood · George B. Wooldridge

Japanese art[edit]

Jōchō · Jōkei (sculptor) · Kōkei · Maruyama Ōkyo · Tori Busshi · Unkei

Mythology and folklore[edit]

Akabeko · Baku (spirit) · Gaki · Hitotsume-kozō · Jengu · Jikininki · Kokopelli · Kappa (mythical creature) · Kintarō · Mami Wata · Momotarō · Nue · Nukekubi · Obake karuta · Okiagari-koboshi · Oni (Japanese folklore) · Raiju · Rokurokubi · Samebito · Segaki · Sōjōbō · Tennin · Yama-uba · Yuki-onna · Yūrei

Video games[edit]

LinkFA-star.pngDonkey Kong (video game) · Arnold Greenberg · Hirokazu Tanaka · Koji Kondo · Lakitu · Mark Seibert · Michael Land · Radical Dreamers · Rudora no Hihou · Universal City Studios, Inc. v. Nintendo Co., Ltd. · Yasunori Mitsuda · Yoko Shimomura

Miscellaneous[edit]

2nd South Carolina String Band · Ann Street, Boston · Julia Brown · Fanny Crosby · Phoebe Doty · Executive order · Flapper · Francis L. Hawks · The Letter People · Lucky Charms (cereal) · Adeline Miller · Peace Corps · Pecos River · Pepin the Hunchback · Poydras Market · Red River (Mississippi watershed) · St. Andrew's Hall · Henry Miller Shreve · Slim Goodbody · Jim Smoak · Snake charming · Template:Infobox Province of Cameroon · Henry Throop Stanton · The Star Wars Holiday Special · Álvaro Figueroa Torres · Undergarment · Wikipedia:Manual of Style (writing about fiction) · H. Ogden Wintermute

Translations[edit]

Abbey of Cluny (from fr:Abbaye de Cluny) · Protohistory (from fr:Protohistoire) · Sarane Alexandrian

See also

Awards · Graphics · Infoboxes · Photos · Sandbox