Madeline (former settlement), California

Madeline

Former settlement

Madeline

Location in California

Coordinates: 40°47′45″N 120°42′50″W / 40.79583°N 120.71389°W / 40.79583; -120.71389Coordinates: 40°47′45″N 120°42′50″W / 40.79583°N 120.71389°W / 40.79583; -120.71389

Country
United States

State
California

County
Lassen County

Madeline is a former settlement in Lassen County, California.[1] It was located 26 miles (42 km) north of Susanville.[1]
References[edit]

^ a b Durham, David L. (1998). California’s Geographic Names: A Gazetteer of Historic and Modern Names of the State. Clovis, Calif.: Word Dancer Press. p. 397. ISBN 1-884995-14-4. 

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Municipalities and communities of Lassen County, California, United States

County seat: Susanville

City

Susanville

CDPs

Bieber
Clear Creek
Doyle
Herlong
Janesville
Johnstonville
Litchfield
Milford
Nubieber
Patton Village
Spaulding
Westwood

Unincorporated
communities

Avery Place
Avila Place
Belfast
Big Valley
Brockman
Buntingville
Calneva
Coppervale
Crest
Dan Ryan Place
Dixie
Evans Place
Hallelujah Junction
Halls Flat
Hayden Hill
Herlong Junction
Horse Lake
Hot Springs
Jellico
Karlo
Lasco
Leavitt
Leonard
Little Valley
Madeline
Moran
Norvell
Omira
Pine Town
Pinnio
Plumas
Pumpkin Center
Ravendale
Reno Junction
Robbers Creek
Sage Hen
Scotts
Scotty Place
Sheepshead
Shumway
Stacy
Standish
Stones Landing
Termo
The Crossing
Viewland
Wendel
Westwood Junction

Indian reservation

Susanville Indian Rancheria

Ghost towns

Addington
Antelope
Argusville
Ashton
Atola
Bunnel
Camero
Chats
Clinton
Conman
Constantia
Cromwell
Cuba
Datura
Dayton
Dewitt
Edgemont
Evan’s Ranch
Fredonia
Gest
Glade
Goumaz
Hillside
Hausen
Junction House
Juniper
Lake Greeno
Lake Nokopen
Long Valley
Madeline
Mapes
Molitor
Moll Ranch
Murray
Plumas Junction
Prockmans
Purser
Rayl
Red Camp
Roscoe
Sellicks Springs
Secret Springs
Sheep Springs
Soldier’s Bridge
Tiptons Springs
Waverly
Wheaton

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Jean-Olivier Brosseau

Jean-Olivier Brosseau (born June 23, 1967 in Bressuire, Deux-Sèvres, is a retired male race walker from France, who was affiliated with Sèvre Bocage AC during his career. He specialised in the 20 km distance and was selected for the World Championships in Athletics three times from 1993–1997. He competed at one Olympic Games – the 1996 Summer Olympics, where he was 35th in the men’s 20 km walk.
Achievements[edit]

Year
Competition
Venue
Position
Event
Notes

Representing  France

1989
World Race Walking Cup
L’Hospitalet, Spain
84th
20 km
1:33:42

1991
World Race Walking Cup
San Jose, California, United States
32nd
50 km
4:08:59

1993
World Race Walking Cup
Monterrey, Mexico
28th
20 km
1:29:20

World Championships
Stuttgart, Germany
16th
20 km
1:25:53

1995
World Race Walking Cup
Beijing, PR China
20th
20 km
1:23:38

World Championships
Gothenburg, Sweden
10th
20 km
1:23:34

1996
Olympic Games
Atlanta, United States
35th
20 km
1:26:29

1997
World Race Walking Cup
Poděbrady, Czech Republic
38th
20 km
1:22:04

World Championships
Athens, Greece
25th
20 km
1:26:39

References[edit]

Jean-Olivier Brosseau profile at IAAF
sports-reference
IAAF Fact & Figures

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Erwin Hagedorn

Forest area where the first victims were found

Hans Erwin Hagedorn (born 30 January 1952 in Eberswalde; died 15 September 1972 in Leipzig) was a German child murderer.
On May 31, 1969 Hagedorn killed two nine-year-old boys in a forest in Eberswalde with a knife. The bodies were found two weeks later. Extensive investigations were commenced, with a psychological offender profile being assembled and the Ministry for State Security obtaining documents about the case of West German child murderer Jürgen Bartsch. However, first investigations were not successful.
More than two years later, on 7 October 1971, Hagedorn killed a twelve-year-old boy in the same area and in the same way he had killed his first two victims. Shortly afterwards the decisive clue came from a boy who reported to have been sexually harassed in the year before the first murders took place. Erwin Hagedorn was arrested on 12 November 1971 and immediately confessed to the murders.
In May 1972 Hagedorn was sentenced to death. An appeal for clemency was denied by Head of State Walter Ulbricht. The 20-year-old Hagedorn was executed by a single shot in the back of the neck on September 15, 1972. His body was cremated and buried in a secret place.[1]
Documentary Film[edit]
Die großen Kriminalfälle: Tod einer Bestie – Der Fall Hagedorn, 2001 (German)
Literature[edit]

Werremeier, Friedhelm: Der Fall Heckenrose, Bertelsmann, München / Gütersloh / Wien 1975, ISBN 3-570-00492-9.
Brückweh, Kerstin: Mordlust. Serienmorde, Gewalt und Emotionen im 20. Jahrhundert. : Campus, Frankfurt am Main / New York, NY 2006, ISBN 978-3-593-38202-9.
Mittmann, Wolfgang: „Tatzeit. Große Fälle der deutschen Volkspolizei. Band 1 und 2“, Das Neue Berlin, Berlin 2000, S. 445-508, ISBN 3-360-00895-2.

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 19468975
LCCN: no2007122648
GND: 118700413

References[edit]

^ Möckl, Sybille. “ARD-Drama ‘Mord in Eberswalde’: Der verheimlichte Serienmörder der DDR”. RP ONLINE. Retrieved 2016-01-24. 

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Gryphaea dilatata

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Gryphaea dilatata
Temporal range: oxfordian–kimmeridgian

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Gryphaea dilatata, 5½cm long

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Mollusca

Class:
Bivalvia

Order:
Ostreoida

Family:
Gryphaeidae

Genus:
Gryphaea

Species:
G. dilatata

Binomial name

Gryphaea dilatata
J. Sowerby, 1818

Gryphea dilatata, common name “devil’s toenail”[1] is a species of Jurassic oyster, an extinct marine bivalve mollusc in the family Gryphaeidae.
This fossil oyster is frequently found in abundance in the localities where it occurs. It belongs to the Oxfordian and Kimmeridgian clays of the Jurassic and can grow to a diameter in excess of 15 centimetres (5.9 in).
It lived a sedentary life-style, settled on the sea bed and was a filter feeder. Its abundance at certain localities — such as Furzy Cliff, Weymouth, Dorset, (England) — suggests it often formed large beds of hundreds of individuals.
It is closely related to the similar species Gryphaea dilobotes.
See also[edit]

Gryphaea arcuata
Jurassic Coast

References[edit]

^ http://piclib.nhm.ac.uk/piclib/www/image.php?img=59494

lateral view

Paleontology portal

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Jangal, Qasr-e Qand

Jangal
جنگل

village

Jangal

Coordinates: 26°17′37″N 60°43′56″E / 26.29361°N 60.73222°E / 26.29361; 60.73222Coordinates: 26°17′37″N 60°43′56″E / 26.29361°N 60.73222°E / 26.29361; 60.73222

Country
 Iran

Province
Sistan and Baluchestan

County
Qasr-e Qand

Bakhsh
Central

Rural District
Holunchekan

Population (2006)

 • Total
197

Time zone
IRST (UTC+3:30)

 • Summer (DST)
IRDT (UTC+4:30)

Jangal (Persian: جنگل‎‎; also known as Shāhābād)[1] is a village in Holunchekan Rural District in the Central District of Qasr-e Qand County, Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 197, in 32 families.[2]
References[edit]

^ Jangal can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at this link, by opening the Advanced Search box, entering “-3744450” in the “Unique Feature Id” form, and clicking on “Search Database”.
^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11. 

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Qasr-e Qand County

Capital

Qasr-e Qand

Districts

Central

Cities

Qasr-e Qand

Rural Districts
and villages

Holunchekan

Aliabad
Allahiabad
Amirabad
Anjiraki
Azad Gaz
Bufkan
Charti
Chutabad
Dahirak
Darvasak
Dehdati
Divari
Fazel Allahi
Gardak
Gatti
Gorban
Hajji Sabzan
Havaran
Holunchekan
Jakandar
Jamuk
Jangal
Kahurani Gevash
Kalatin Dap
Karchan
Karimabad
Karkum
Kolluk
Kushat-e Avval
Kushat-e Dum
Kushat-e Sum
Mirch
Padkub
Pasak
Potahk
Rahmanabad
Sarkajeh
Shadi Gur
Shadkam Dap
Tutoran Dap

Sarbuk

Cities

none

Rural Districts
and villages

Sarbuk

Aband
Azizabad
Bag
Bani-ye Shib
Bistak
Bitab
Chandukan
Danukan
Dep
Dezbon
Gehjan
Hajjiabad
Hamiri
Hezari
Hit
Kalmat
Katbon
Luriyani
Machguash
Mirabad
Mowrti Hanez
Nabakhsh
Qamarzeh
Qand
Ragdaf
Ragsha
Sarbak
Sartap
Sarush
Satag
Shah Kafer
Si Tall
Tahati
Tavakkol
Ziarat-e Jangal

Talang

Cities

none

Rural Districts
and villages

Talang

Bal
Bal-e Bala
Bal-e Pain
Buchchi
Bundi
Burniduk
Cheb
Chil
Chorrak
Dak
Dansar Kaldan
Dansar
Dazvanik
Dengari
Dirman
Gativan
Gazger
Gazi Zehi
Gurchari
Hajji Bazar
Jamig
Jodegalabad
Joghranvaru
Kach
Kachal
Kadarm
Kahnanzeh
Kahn-e Bala
Kahn-e Pain
Kal Kut
Kaldan
Kankowr
Kollanzeh
Kuchu
Kutiru
Lalu Bazar
Machik
Madineh Beyt-e Bala
Mandirow
Marungaz
Minab
Nalvad
Nowhani Bazar
Sar Tap
Sattani
Shahak B