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U.S. Census Bureau. Census 2000. "Census Demographic Profiles, San Juan, Puerto Rico" (PDF). CenStats Databases. Retrieved 2009-01-31. [dead link]

U.S. Census Bureau. Census 2000. "DP-2-PR. Profile of Selected Social Characteristics, San Juan, Puerto Rico". American FactFinder. <http://factfinder.census.gov>. Retrieved 2009-01-31. 

ND books and cites[edit]

This article incorporates text from the Compendium of History and Biography of North Dakota (1900), a publication now in the public domain.

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Foreign Policy and History References[edit]

  • Wanamaker, Temple (1964). American Foreign Policy Today. New York: Bantam Books. OCLC 711294. 
  • Berle, Jr., Adolph A. (1957). Tides of crisis : a primer of foreign relations. New York: Reynal and Company Books. OCLC 1128347. 
  • Lull, Jr., James (1957). China Turned On: Television, Reform, and Resistance. London: Routledge. ISBN 0415052165. OCLC 23217883. 
  • Carleton, William G. (1964). The Revolution in American Foreign Policy: It's Global Range. New York: Random House. OCLC 1980392. 
  • The American Assembly, Columbia University (1963). Blum, Robert, ed. Cultural Affairs and Foreign Relations. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall. OCLC 405007. 
  • Fund for the Republic; Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1963). A Constitution for the World. Papers on Peace. Santa Barbara, California: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. OCLC 405007. 
  • Gordon Martel, ed. (1994). American Foreign Relations Reconsidered: 1890-1993. London: Routledge. ISBN 0415104777. OCLC 52053840. 
  • U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council (1991). Fifty years ago : from terror to systematic murder : 1991 days of remembrance, Sunday, April 7 through Sunday, April 14, 1991. Washington, D.C. OCLC 23270847. 
  • Davids, Jules (1962). America and the world of our time; United States diplomacy in the twentieth century (2nd ed.). New York: Random House. OCLC 480256. 
  • Harold Karan Jacobson, ed. (1965). America's Foreign Policy (revised ed.). New York=: Random House. OCLC 456592. 
  • Almond, Gabriel A. (1961). The American people and foreign policy. New York: Praeger. OCLC 2474314. 
  • Irish, Marian Doris (1964). World pressures on American foreign policy. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. OCLC 456588. 
  • United Nations. General Assembly (1965). Issues before the 20th General Assembly. New York: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. OCLC 11101235. 
  • Wells, Samuel F., Jr.; Ferrell, Robert; Trask, David F (1975). Ordeal of world power. Boston: Little, Brown. OCLC 1363891. 
  • Oates, Stephen B., ed. (1973). Portrait of America. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. ISBN 0395138868. OCLC 539671. 
  • Fine, Sidney, ed. (1967). Recent America; conflicting interpretations of the great issues. New York: Macmillan. OCLC 784614. 

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McBride Ranch House[edit]

The McBride Ranch House is a Registered Historic Place in Potter County, Texas, Texas. It was added to the National Register in 1975.

Location[edit]

The house is located near the town of Fritch, Texas, forty miles north of Amarillo. It is located within the Lake Meredith National Recreation Area managed by the National Park Service.

History[edit]

The was constructed in 1903 by David Nichols McBride (1849-1928). The house was built from Alibates dolomite stones quarried from the nearby canyon rim, now part of the Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument. After McBride's death in 1928, family heirs maintained ownership of the ranchhouse property in McBride Canyon, as it came to be called, until 1963. At that time they sold it to the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority upon the construction of Lake Meredith. The house lay dilapidated and neglected until the early 1970s, when it was restored to its original condition by the National Park Service and the Potter County Historical Survey Committee

References[edit]

  • Amarillo Daily News, June 27, 1928
  • Maudie G. M. Rockwell, Interview by Kim E. Taylor and Claire R. Kuehn, June 8, 1972, Transcript, Research Center Interview Files, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas.

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