The California Association of Student Leaders: A networking organization for the Student Leaders and Student Governments of California
Clifford H. Nowlin, Kansas City, Missouri, educator in the 1910s. He wrote books on education and was "much beloved in Kansas City," according to columnist and writer Lee Shippey. Nowlin Middle School was named after him, and there are some references on that page. Sincerely, GeorgeLouis (talk) 05:06, 25 February 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Educational Improvement Tax Credit
The Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education: A new educational model for geriatric social work education that emphasizes university-community partnerships, a rotational field model, and student leadership.
List of Cities in the United States by Literacy
List of past returning officers of the Oxford Union
Schools, institutions, organizations, and government agencies
Please note that except in exceptional circumstances, preschools, elementary and middle schools do not qualify to have an article on Wikipedia. Only diploma granting institutions.
Air Force Academy Cadet Honor Guard - US Air Force Academy's honor guard. Cadet club that performs reveille, retreat, color guard, firing parties, cannon details, wedding arches, flag foldings, postings, rifle drill, and funeral details.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church and School in Carson City NV
Christ Our Savior Lutheran High School - Evansville, Illinois
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County - Official arts and culture support agency in Palm Beach County, FL 
Defenders of the Magisterium - San Antonio, Texas - an organization of doctrinally conservative lay Catholics in the San Antonio area that monitors Catholic activities for violations of doctrine or liturgy and sends complaints to Catholic leaders. See homepage http://defenders-sa.com/forum/, Facebook org , newspaper , newspaper edit
Pine Plains Fire Department Pine Plains Fire district and hose company 
Poughkeepsie Military Institute
Sheffield District High School - Sheffield, Tas.
Sierra Lutheran High School, Minden NV
Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS research
Thomas Edison School (Gary) - former School in Gary, Indiana; left abandoned for many years before being bought out 
Truebright Science Academy Charter School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a public charter school 
Tune in to Reading - Reading Intervention Software www.elpcorp.com
United Neighborhood Houses - United Neighborhood Houses of New York (UNH) is a 501(c) nonprofit membership organization of 38 independent community centers and settlement houses in New York City. Rooted in the history and values of the settlement house movement, UNH provides a collective voice for member agencies, performing advocacy to support policies and funding as well as participating in collaborations to benefit the settlement houses in the areas of children, youth, adult literacy and immigrant services, older adults, housing stability, and healthy food. UNH was founded in 1919 and Martin Luther King, Jr., addressed the organization in 1966. UNH is already mentioned in the Wikipedia articles for Settlement Houses  and several of our member agencies. [disclaimer: I am a UNH employee] Official site: . Third-party sources: WNYC story on UNH annual fall conference, 1966 , Text of MLK Jr.’s speech to UNH 1966, , Spearheads for Reform, The Social Settlements and the Progressive Movement 1890-1914 (book, pg 239) (Many more sources available)
U.S. Currency Education Program
University Honors at Virginia Tech
University of Notre Dame: Commencement Address Speakers
Van Buren Technology Center
YCCI - Young Citizens of Central Illinois: an organization active in the 1960s (at least) that tried to teach high-school students about democracy. It was possibly a government organization., , , , 
Tintic Junction, Utah - Tintic Junction or Tintic is a unincorporated community and near-ghost town in Juab County, Utah
Tubsy, Washington, a paper town in Washington State. See the article on Paper Towns. They're basically fictitious towns used as copyright traps for cartographers that exist only on paper (maps). There are eight known paper towns according to online communities. Interest was inspired by John Greem's novel, Paper Towns.
Warminster, Philadelphia PA 18974-2829, PA-NJ Metro Area, home of e.g. Gamry
Berendo Street and Avenue Two streets with the same name but the Street one is in Los Angeles, CA and the Avenue in Gardena to West Carson, CA. Please create the article.
Elk Grove Park, Elk Grove, Ca - history of the park and how the land came to be a park
Fort Randall, Alaska
Lake Havasu Estates, Yucca, Arizona A subdivision in Yucca, Arizona
Alhambra Triangle, California, Neighborhood in Sacramento, CA
Park Estates, Long Beach, CA - Mostly developed following the Great Depression, a largely hidden neighborhood of mature tree-lined streets and custom homes and some of the largest land lots (including the largest) in Long Beach. Often used to film for TV, Movies, and Advertising. Was the opening sequence to American Pie.
Potomac Valley Potomac, West Covina, Los Angeles, California?
Rose Hill, Bronx This is now stuck in the middle of Rose_Hill,_Manhattan. Obviously, Bronx is not Manhattan. When you get to the Bronx paragraph it isn't obvious that the Manhattan information continues on below it. Please get the Bronx off the Manhattan page.
Sawtooth Ridge, Colorado geographical and cultural info [ www.summitpost.org/sawtooth-ridge/156846] [www.14ers.com/routemain.php?route=bier4&peak=Bierstadt] [www.mountainzone.com/mountains/detail.asp?fid=1210256].
Veseleyville, Walsh, North Dakota - A historically significant unincorporated community in Walsh County, North Dakota. Veseleyville was first settled in 1880 by Czech (Bohemian) families, who traveled by wagon trail from Spillville, Iowa.
Portal: Newark - as in Newark, New Jersey
Keeneys Marine View Gardens - currently, the designation for a residential neighborhood within the city of Solana Beach, California 92075; still appears on San Diego County plot maps; located on the hill east of interstate highway 5, about five miles from the Pacific Ocean; opinions vary as to the history of this area and the origin of its name; may have once been a non-commercial, scenic garden or an actual nursery business.
Tidy Island, Manatee County, Florida
Chapinville, Massachusetts Village in Northborough, MA
Camp Siegfried (Yaphank, New York) a German-American Bund camp installed on Long Island, New York during the 1930s. If not, simply add it to a List of German-American Bund camps. See; this as a potential source.
General John Alison Pechuls U.S. Air Force General. First-generation American of Lithuanian descent. 
Alfred Sylvester Brothers  - Massachusetts state legislator, 20th c.
George William Lowther  - Massachusetts state legislator, 19th c.
Rohen Shah National Expert in Education. Rapper. Politician. Linguist. President of Far From Standard Tutoring (Ann Arbor, MI)
Charles M Lankford, J from eastern VA (namesake of US 13 in that area)
Min-zhan Lu Author and Educator. Teaches English at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Wrote "Shanghai Quartet" (2001). Referenced in Basic writing. Wrote several articles ("From Silence to Words: Writing as Struggle" published in College English).
Lucal C. Wesker (ja:ルカル・ そ ウェスカー) Author and Model. Wrote a series of boy love novels both in English and slang. Wrote UnDead Creature , as his first series then spiced it up with "Touch of the grave" a second series worth the taste of men's love and ecstasy.
Lucius J Kellam, Virginian who started the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel project
Haywood Kirkland (Vietnam War Veteran, the main character (played by Larenz Tate) in the movie Dead President is based on him)
Vernon T. Mock Honorable Vietnam Veteran reference URL www.humifish.com
Casey Donell Pornographic Actress
Bobby Lee Shuler Missouri Teamster who fired at a Tri-State Motors semi hauling 41 tons of dynamite outside of Springfield, MO in 1970, resulting in an explosion creating 25-30' deep crater 50' wide in I-44 and the immediate death of the driver, John Galt. Convicted of Second Degree Murder and sentenced to 99 years. 1972 Appeal of Conviction
Lincoln G. Pope Jr.  - Massachusetts state legislator, 20th
John James Smith (Massachusetts legislator) 
Henry Tamarin, labor leader, former president of Local #1 of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees (HERE) union in Chicago, and later the merged UNITE HERE Local 1. He took over leadership of the local union from a court appointed monitor, who had managed it in the wake of the departure of its controversial president Edward T. Hanley. Tamarin's notability hinges largely on the big boosts in pay he secured for about 7,000 workers at Chicago hotels, largely immigrant workers in housekeeping type jobs. Under Hanley, Chicago pay scales seriously lagged those in New York and Los Angeles, and under Tamarin the gap was significantly narrowed (http://www.labornotes.org/2002/09/ready-strike-%E2%80%98new-york-pay%E2%80%99-chicago-hotel-workers-win-wage-and-benefits-boosts?language=en). Tamarin, and outsider within the Chicago labor community (not one 'of the boys', and having been raised in New York), has not gotten the attention he should, as one of the city's greatest labor leaders in the 21st century. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs) 05:59, 22 April 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Robert Thomas Teamoh  - Massachusetts state legislator, 19th c.
Alvin F. Thompson  - Massachusetts state legislator, 20th c.
Paralympic athletes from the United States of America
Bill Dean (skier)
Bill Hovinac - first US Paralympian and only competitor for the US in the first paralympics
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