Please add new requests either at the bottom of the section or in alphabetical order as needed.
- Associate in Business Administration
- The California Association of Student Leaders: A networking organization for the Student Leaders and Student Governments of California
- Continuous Assessment: The education policy in which students are examined continuously over most of the duration of their education, the results of which are taken into account after leaving school. Often proposed or used as an alternative to a final examination system.
- Dr Mike's Math Games for Kids an educational website, meets Wikipedia's notability criteria. See User:Mike40033 for details.
- Educational Improvement Tax Credit
- Geo-strip: made in wood or plastic, used in math education.
- 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 Past Returning Officers of the Oxford Union
- 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)
- Schools of Opportunity A project housed at University of Colorado Boulder that uses a research-based approach to recognize US schools that close opportunity gaps. See http://www.kappanonline.org/schools-that-close-opportunity-gaps/ and http://schoolsofopportunity.org/ Matg1513 (talk) 19:59, 11 February 2018 (UTC)
Schools, institutions, organizations, and government agenciesEdit
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.
- Alderleaf Wilderness College - Monroe, Washington. http://www.wildernesscollege.com/
- American Center for Conflict Resolution A private university accredited by DETC.
- Andhra University College of Pharmacy
- Apple School of Excellence. Site hosted here, but numerous schools and individuals have earned this status (see .
- Armstrong Medical Education Building- Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/alumni/news/new_medical_education_building
- Bambi Academy A private Russian elementary school in Brooklyn, New York
- Bethlehem Lutheran Church and School in Carson City NV
- Brandeis Hillel Day School San Francisco, CA (An independent Jewish school that is K-8)
- Brandeis Hillel Day School, A Jewish Day School in San Francisco
- 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 http://www.palmbeachculture.com
- Duval Virtual Instruction Academy- Jacksonville, Florida http://www.duvalschools.org/duvalvirtual
- Eagle Valley Middle School - Carson City, Nev.
- Emerging Scholars Program
- Far From Standard Tutoring Tutoring Company in Michigan that is most popular for tutoring college classes
- Fox River Grove Memorial Library - Public library in Fox River Grove, IL http://www.frgml.org/
- FunnelBrain A website designed to help students of all ages study and share study materials.
- Hawaii Natural Energy Institute An organized research unit of the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa; focuses on renewable and enabling technologies to reduce the State of Hawai‘i's dependence on fossil fuel. http://www.hnei.hawaii.edu/
- Heartland Alliance A Chicago-based 501c3 non-profit
- Holy Family Catholic Academy (Inverness, Illinois), a private catholic school http://www.holyfamilycatholicacademy.net.
- Horizon Academy, Amargosa Valley located in Amargosa Valley, Nevada (Part of WWASP)
- Institute for the Environment at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. http://www.ie.unc.edu
- John Jaqua Academic Student for Student Atheletes A newly installed multi-million dollar building on the University of Oregon campus serving exclusively student athletes
- Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center 
- Knowlett International The tutoring service with specialization in Math and Science. Knowlett Tutoring
- Lee Flower Design Academy 
- Mendon Junior/Senior High School 
- MyFutureDoctor.com A non-profit website for students pursuing a medical degree in osteopathic medicine.
- Nashoba Brooks School, Concord, Massachusetts, an all-girls' school
- National Institute on Out-of-School Time (NIOST)- Wellesley, MA. http://www.niost.org/
- Ness Church, a historic location in Meeker County, Minnesota and frequent ghost hunting site (,,)
- Orchard House School, Richmond, Virginia, an all-girls' school
- Pine Plains Fire Department Pine Plains Fire district and hose company http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/town/pineplains/PPFD.html
- Poughkeepsie Military Institute
- Sheffield District High School - Sheffield, Tas.
- Sierra Lutheran High School, Minden NV
- Taiwan Academic Network, see for example 
- TCJMS or Twin Cities Jewish Middle School - in Saint Paul, Minnesota
- Texas College of Arts and Industries, mentioned in obit for James Crumley in NYTimes September 20, 2008 (Late Edition, Page C10) as "what was then known as" but failed to reference institution's current status. i see that mr. crumley's article on wikipedia james crumley cites "He then attended the Texas College of Arts and Industries on a football scholarship." with the institution linked to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_A%26M_University-Kingsville. there is an interim link missing. would expect an enclylopedia to have entry (merely like a stub) on "Texas College of Arts and Industries" with note "see "Texas A&M University-Kingsville"" and not be piped directly from mr. crumley's article to an article on seemingly, at quick glance, a different institution.
- The Hewitt School, an private all-girls school on the Upper East Side of http://www.hewittschool.org/
- The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) http://www.iete.org, http://www.iete.info, www.iete-elan-ac.in, www.iete.biz
- The Order of Koios- Cornell University 
- 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)
- University Honors at Virginia Tech
- University of Notre Dame: Commencement Address Speakers
- 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., , , , 
- Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS research
- Maine Technology Institute In Brunswick, Maine. http://www.mainetechnology.org/
- Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy, a Washington, DC, based think tank that studies and seeks to influence change in US-Israel foreign policy. http://www.irmep.org/irmep.htm
- 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 
- Fredericksburg Theater Company - Fredericksburg, Texas - a 501c3 nonprofit theater company located in Fredericksburg, Texas that produces theater that serves the Austin/San Antonio, TX area.
Cities & TownsEdit
Please place entries in the correct category
*Highlandtown Wildlife Area, Columbiana County, Ohio
- Jurassic Park Visitor Center, Orlando, FL
- Leeville, Louisana, a hamlet in the area being eroded. There was a BBC program on it ca. 27 August 2015. There is also a newspaper article about it" http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/06/17/AR2010061705729.html.
- Midway, Nevada - Shows on maps as part of or just north of Henderson, Nevada.
- Ormond Plantation
- Ozone, Idaho
- Pitts Point, Kentucky Located in Fort Knox, Kentucky--town only exists for one day each year.
- Sauk Lake Forest Preserve
- Don Armeni Park, Seattle located on Elliot Bay, the park is situated upon 4.8 acres of land created by Ernest Carl Bates in the early 1900s.
- Regency, Virginia. Northwestern suburb of Richmond Virginia. Zip code 23229 is its boundary.
- GNIS lists a post office by that name in Henrico County, however, there is no community referenced at GNIS, nor are there any census data files under that name.
- Stockton Plateau, West Texas - Currently only a redirect
- Thomasville Heights - Atlanta, GA a neighborhood in southeast Atlanta, Georgia in the United States
- 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
- Winkelmann, Texas, a ghost town located in Washington County, Texas.
- Freedom, Maryland
- Hilton, South Carolina, an unincorporated community bordering Chapin, South Carolina
- Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community, Mendota, MN.
Cities, Towns, NeighborhoodsEdit
Please place entries in the correct category
- Barnum West History of Denver neighborhood
- 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.
- Downtown Milwaukee Page dedicated specifically to downtown Milwaukee, Wis
- 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?
- Prairie Shores apartment complex in Chicago
- Rentons Addition, Seattle WA
- 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].
- Silicon Paradise, Miami FL New tech nickname for Miami - http://teckpert.com/south-florida/teckpert-takes-emerge-techweek/
- Tucson Metropolitan Area
- 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.
- Glendora Mountain Road Maybe I will add this to my "to do" list.
- Tidy Island, Manatee County, Florida
- Chapinville, Massachusetts Village in Northborough, MA
Natural land formsEdit
Please place entries in the correct category
- Cowtrack Mountain, near Mono Lake
- Euchee Creek, in Georgia
- Georgia's Barrier Islands, off of the coast of southeast Georgia. See: Category:Barrier islands of Georgia (U.S. state)
- Hagerman Lake. Hagerman Lake, located in the township of Iron River, MI in the Upper Pennisula of Michigan.
- Ilio Point - on Molokai in Hawaii
- Keyhole Cave - A 20 foot long sea cave in Southwest Kauai, Hawaii.
- Keyboard of the Winds, near Long's Peak,Colorado
- Long Valley (Mendocino County, California) in Mendocino County, California, the valley of Ten Mile Creek (Mendocino County, California) including the city of Laytonville, CA
- Meadow Island, New York, near Jones Beach in Nassau County
- Melissa Coray Peak, on the western boundary of Mokelumne Wilderness, California
- Mytoge/Mytoges/Mytoge Mountain/Mytoge Mountains in the general area of Fish Lake, Utah
- Old Toby Island (Wyoming) an insular region contained by the confluence of rivers fed from the Two Ocean Lake and Isa Lake, both of which drain into both the Pacific and the Atlantic
- Pariette Wetlands, Utah
- Smut Island, Connecticut
- Ten Mile Creek (Mendocino County, California) in Mendocino County, California, tributary of South Fork Eel River
- Twin Lakes, in Mono County, California near Bridgeport. Not to be confused with Twin Lakes in Mono County near Mammoth Mountain.
- Wrangell Terrane, a part of the Wrangellia Terrane
Parks and CampsEdit
Please place entries in the correct category
- Camp Bethel, Virginia
- 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.
- Euchee Creek Greenway (Columbia County, Georgia)
- Fairview Lake YMCA Camp, New Jersey -http://www.metroymcas.org/fairview-lake-ymca/fairview-lake-ymca-camps/
- Grovetown Trails at Euchee Creek (Grovetown, Georgia)
- MathPath, Vermont - Basically Mathcamp but for younger ages, changes location each year.
- Monrovia Canyon - http://www.eastwesthike.com/2012/10/hiking-monrovia-canyon.html
- Monrovia Canyon Park - http://www.ci.monrovia.ca.us/community-life/parks/342-monrovia-canyon-park
- Sawpit Dam - http://geology.campus.ad.csulb.edu/people/bperry/geology303/geol303chapter10.html, http://wikimapia.org/19465878/Sawpit-Dam
- New Hampshire Attorney General: there is no list of the office holders.
- Michael Creppy
- Jasmine Grey Late Adult model. Passed away in a car accident. 1984-2005
- 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).
Paralympic athletes from the United States of AmericaEdit
- Abraham Lincoln hat
- Wikipedia:WikiProject California/Requested Articles
- Airport day disaster:Fullerton,California
- Brickyard Shopping Mall, Chicago, Illinois, USA - Shopping mall that was redeveloped 
- Burrells Ford, Northeast Georgia
- Crook's Gap, Fremont County, Wyoming, USA - History, how it got its name
- Escudilla Wilderness, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona
- Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act 
- Federal Communications Commission v. American Broadcasting Co., Inc.
- Geographia Americae, the 17th century book by Per Lindeström
- George and Annie Bell House, a historic house located in Lawrence, KS
- GHOSTMACHINE : The NSA's cloud analytics platform
- Guntown Mountain, defunct Wild West theme park in Park City, Kentucky
- Hess-Hathaway Park, historically Lone Cedar Farm, park located in Waterford Township, Michigan
- Hickel Highway, Alaska - ice road
- List of Wards in Chicago
- Magnolia Hollow Conservation Area
- Mid-South Air Show, bi-annual airshow held at Millington Regional Jetport, Millington, Tennessee.
- Mount Baldy Wilderness, Apache-Sitgreaves National forest, Arizona
- National Capital Service Area
- Read 180 a reading site for people who have difficulty of reading
- Silver Eagles, short-lived US Army helicopter precision aerobatics demonstration team. 
- Social totalizator or Social betting a new type of online games, which allow to bet on any events in the world
- Southern Missouri Southern third of Missouri is distinguishable from northern two-thirds, by dialect, history, and culture. Compare Southern Illinois.
- Tropical America
- Weracoba Park, the largest park in Columbus, Georgia
- Alaska sub-culture homes: Past/Present
- American Colonel Insignia Origins
- Chub rub what is it and how does it occur; how to avoid it
- East Links Country Park.
- Exorcism of Pentagon (1967 event)
- Ghost towns in Minnesota
- Global Online Enrollment System - U.S. Customs and Border Protection Trusted Traveler program registration site
- Greenstar Cooperative Market - in Ithaca, New York
- International Bridge Building Competition, A yearly high school competition that has run for more than 25 years to promote the study and application of fundamental principles physics and engineering
- Park(ing) Day, global event which started and still is centered in San Francisco
- Seeds of Compassion
- Shooting of Dillon Taylor, a white man by a black police officer.  Requested 2014.08.31
- Trans World Expedition, Nicolas Rapp, 2009 - 2011 drove around the world in a Land Cruiser from New York to new York.
- Unified Quest a Joint Forces Command Exercise series Noble Resolve
- Veggiefest - Vegetarian festival held yearly in a Chicago suburb Naperville, Illinois hosted by the Science of Spirituality
- List of Sister Cities of Texas, which is fairly self-explanatory.
- List of U.S. Cities by date founded Including all state capitals, major metropolitan areas and ports of entry
- List of Native American Casinos
- Grasslands of Kansas (Flint Hills)
- Chicago Principles - University of Chicago guidelines on freedom of expression that have been adopted by `Purdue, Princeton and other schools. See the summer 2015 issue of the UofC alumni magazine.
Medal of Honor recipientsEdit
- American Civil War (A—F) Done
- American Civil War (G—L)
- Charles Lamb • Robert Graham • John Gray • M. R. William Grebe • Luke M. Griswold • John Hack • Sidney Haight • James Haley • Thomas W. Hamilton • Allexander Hand • Milton Hanna • Douglas Hapeman • Bernard Harley • Moses Harris • John W. Hart • Harry Harvey • Frank W. Haskell • Charles Hawkins • Harris S. Hawthorne • Asbury F. Haynes • Joseph S. Hedges • John Hickman • Henry Hill • James Hill • James Hill • William G. Hills • William Hinnecan • Addison J. Hodges • Franklin Hogan • Daniel Holcomb • James Holehouse • Lovilo N. Holmes • Charles M. Holton • Edward A. Holton • George W. Hooker] • Thomas Horan (soldier) • James Horton • Lewis A. Horton • Edward J. Houghton • William Houlton • Hiram R. Howard • James Howard • Squire E. Howard • William H. Howe • Aaron R. Hudson • Samuel Hymer • Lewis J. Ingalls • Leonidas H. Inscho • Francis Irsch • Patrick Irwin • Frederick R. Jackson • Eugene P. Jacobson • Erastus W. Jewett • Henry Johnson • Joseph E. Johnson • Samuel Johnson • Wallace W. Johnson • David Johnston • William P. Johnston • David Jones • Robert Jordan • Simeon T. Josselyn • Francis W. Judge • John Kaiser • Joseph Keele • Joseph S. Keen • Andrew J. Kelley • John Kelley • Thomas Kelly • Joseph Kemp • William W. Kendall • Charles Kenyon • John S. Kenyon • James Kephart • Robert H. King • John Kinsey • Charles H. Knight • William J. Knight
- American Civil War (M—P)
- George Martin • Sylvester H. Martin • William Martin • William H. Mathews • John C. Matthews • Henry B. Mattingly • Charles P. Mattocks • William May • William B. Mayes • Peter McAdams • Benjamin F. McAlwee • Bernard McCarren • Joseph McCauslln • Charles H. McCleary • James M. McClelland • Matthew McClelland • Samuel McConnell • Michael McCormlck • Andrew McCornack • George E. McDonald • John McDonald • John W. McDonald • Samuel O. McElhlnny • Daniel McFall • Edward McGinn • Wilson McGonagle • Owen McGough • Thomas McGraw • Patrick McGuire • Alexander U. McHale • Martin McHugh • George McKee • Nineveh S. McKeen • Michael McKeever • Nathaniel A. McKown • Francis M. McMillen • Walter F. McWhorter • Thomas Meagher • George W. Mears • John W. Menter • James K. Merrifield • Augustus Merrill • John G. Merritt • Henry C. Meyer • Henry A. Miller • Jacob C. Miller • James P. Miller • John Miller • William E. Miller • Frank W. Mills • George W. Mindil • Alexander H. Mitchell • Theodore Mitchell • Archibald Molbone • Patrick Monaghan • Robert Montgomery • Charles Moore • Charles Moore • George Moore • Wilbur F. Moore • Delano Morey • Lewis Morgan • Richard H. Morgan • Benjamin Morse • Charles W. Morton • John W. Mostoller • Walter L. Mundell • Harvey M. Munsell • Charles J. Murphy • Daniel J. Murphy • James T. Murphy • John P. Murphy • Robinson B. Murphy • Thomas Murphy • Thomas C. Murphy • Thomas J. Murphy • George S. Myers • William H. Myers • Henry H. Nash • Edwin M. Neville • Marcellus J. Newman • William H. Newman • John H. Nibbe • Henry C. Nichols • John J. Nolan • Conrad Noll • Jasper N. North • Elliott M. Norton • John R. Norton • Llewellyn P. Norton • Lee Nutting • James R. O'Beirne • Henry D. O'Brien • Timothy O'Connor • Stephen O'Neill • Charles Oliver • John N. Opel • Charles A. Orr • Robert L. Orr • Jacob G. Orth • William H. Osborne • Jacob H. Overturf • Loron F. Packard • George H. Palmer • John G. Palmer • Thomas Parker • James W. Parks • Joel Parsons • William H. Paul • Byron E. Pay • Irvin C. Payne • Thomas H. L. Payne • Platt Pearsall • Cassius Peck • James K. Peirsol • Patrick H. Pentzer • Thomas Perry • Joseph Pesch • Henry C. Peters • Alfred Peterson • Philip Petty • Edward M. Pike • James Pipes • Henry E. Plant • William Plimley • Ambrose Porter • John R. Porter • William Porter • James P. Postles • George W. Potter • Norman F. Potter • Albert Power • Wesley J. Powers • Joseph R. Prentice • Noble D. Preston • Hiram W. Purcell • James J. Purman • Edgar P. Putnam
- American Civil War (Q—S)
- Peter Rafferty • Charles F. Rand • Jacob F. Raub • William H. Raymond • Morton A. Read • William H. Reddick • Axel H. Reed • Charles W. Reed • William Reed • Charles A. Reeder • Jeremiah Regan • J. Monroe Reisinger • Julius D. Rhodes • Charles Rice • Carlos H. Rich • William R. Richardson • William E. Richey • John H. Ricksecker • Rudolph Riddell • Thomas Riley • Augustus I. Robbins • James Roberts • Otis O. Roberts • Robert S. Robertson • Samuel Robertson • George F. Robie • Alexander Robinson • John H. Robinson • Frederick Rock • Ferdinand F. Rohm • Oliver P. Rood • Marion A. Ross • Stephen Rought • Lewis A. Rounds • John Rountry • J. Levi Roush • Archibald H. Rowand, Jr. • Henry W. Rowe • John Rush (Medal of Honor) • Milton Russell • John T. Rutherford • James M. Rutter • Louis J. Sacriste • Charles F. Sancrainte • William Sands • Jacob Sanford • Jackson Sargent • Henry Sartwell • James Saunders • Edwin F. Savacool • Patrick Scanlan • Martin E. Scheibner • Philipp Schlachter • George W. Schmal • Andrew Schmauch • William Schmidt • George Schneider • Christian Schnell • David H. Schofield • Charles Schorn • Martin Schubert • John M. Scott • Elisha B. Seaman • Alfred J. Sellers • Emisire Shahan • John Shapland • Marshall Sherman • John Shiel • Bernard Shields • John Shilling • Robert F. Shipley • George J. Shopp • Joseph H. Shea • John S. Shellenberger • Irwin Shepard • William Shepherd • Marshall Sherman • John Shiel • Bernard Shields • John Shilling • Robert F. Shipley • George J. Shopp • Frank Shubert • George E. Sidman • John Simmons • William T. Simmons • Charles J. Simons • Henry Sivel • Joseph A. Sladen • Oscar Slagle • Samuel Slavens • Andrew J. Sloan • Henry C. Slusher • Reuben Smalley • Reuben S. Smalley • Charles H. Smith • Charles H. Smith • David L. Smith • Henry I. Smith • James Smith • Otis W. Smith • Richard Smith • S. Rodmond Smith • Thaddeus S. Smith • Wilson Smith • James Snedden • Joseph E. Sova • Michael Sowers • William J. Sperry • Timothy Spillane • Benona Sprague • Andrew B. Spurling • Charles Stacey • John H. Starkins • John W. Steele • William G. Stephens • George W. Stewart • Joseph Stickels • George H. Stockman • George Stokes • Frank Stolz • John H. R. Storey • Bernard A. Strausbaugh • Christian Streile • James N. Strong • James K. Sturgeon • James C. Summers • William H. Surles • Charles A. Swan • Jacob E. Swap • Joseph S. G. Sweatt • Jacob Swegheimer • Frederic W. Swift • Harlan J. Swift • Peter Sype
- American Civil War (T—Z)
- Charles B. Tanner • Benjamin Thackrah • Sidney W. Thaxter • George W. Thompkins • Charles A. Thompson • Freeman C. Thompson • J. Harry Thompson • Thomas W. Thompson • Clifford Thomson • Eugene M. Tinkham • James W. Toban • Edward P. Tobie • Andrew J. Tozier • William G. Tracy • Andrew Traynor • Henry E. Tremain • M. Emmet Urell • Edward Van Winkle • Moses Veale • James D. Vernay • James C. Walker • William H. Walling • George W. Walton • Henry C. Warfel • David Warren • James Webb • Alason P. Webber • Charles H. Weeks • John H. Weeks • Henry C. Weir • George W. Welch • Richard Welch • Stephen Welch • Henry S. Wells • James Welsh • Daniel D. Wheeler • Henry W. Wheeler • Edward W. Whitaker • Adam White • J. Henry White • John M. Whitehead • Frank M. Whitman • John Whitmore • Andrew J. Widick • James Wiley • George Wilhelm • Henry Wilkes • Perry Wilkes • Leander A. Wilkins • Elwood N. Williams • Robert Williams • Charles E. Wilson • Christopher W. Wilson • Francis A. Wilson • John Wilson • John A. Wilson • Lewis S. Wisner • John Wollam • H. Clay Wood • Richard H. Wood • Alonzo Woodruff • Daniel A. Woods • Samuel Woods • Evan M. Woodward • William J. Wray • Albert D. Wright • Robert Wright • Samuel Wright • William Wright • Jacob F. Yeager • Benjamin F. Young
- Indian Wars
- Heinrich Bertram • Daniel Bishop • James Blair • Samuel Bowden • Sanford Bradbury • Edward Branagan • Abram B. Brant • Frank Bratling • James Brophy • James Brown • Lorenzo D. Brown • Patrick J. Burke • Richard Burke • James S. Calvert • Heth Canfield • John Carr • Thomas Carroll • George Carter • John E. Clancy • Wilfred Clark • Samuel H. Craig • Charles Crandall • John Crist • Banjamin C. Criswell • William G. Cubberly • Charles Cunningham • Charles Daily • James T. Daniels • Michael Dawson • William L. Day • William De Armond • George Deary • Frederick Deetline • Charles H. Dickens • John L. Donahue • Cornelius Donavan • John S. Donelly • James B. Doshier • William Dougherty • James Dowling • Peter W. Gardiner • Harry Garland • George Gates • Thomas H. Gay • John Georgian • John J. Given • Albert Glavinski • T. B. Glover • Michael Glynn • George Grant • Jacob Gunther • John Haddoo • John Hall • Frank Hamilton • Mathew H. Hamilton • Richard P. Hanley • Mosher A. Harding • John Harrington • Charles D. Harris • David W. Harris • William M. Harris • Joshija B. Hartzog • Paul Haupt • Fred S. Hay • Richard Heartery • Clamor Heise • Leander Herron • Thomas P. Higgins • James M. Hill • Marvin C. Hillock • Michael Himmelsback • Lehmann Hinemann • George Hobday • Henry Holden • David Holland • George Hooker • Samuel Hoover • Simpson Hornaday • Thomas Hubbard • James W. Huff • Fred O. Hunt • Rufus D. Hutchinson • John Kay • Bartholomew T. Keenan • Charles Kelley • John J. H. Kelly • Thomas Kelly • Philip Kennedy • Thomas Kerrigan • John Kilmartin • John Kirk • George K. Kitchen • Albert Knaak • Joseph F. Knight • John W. Knox • William Koelpin • Wendelin Kreher • John Kyle • David Larkin • James Lawrence • John S. Lawton • James Lenihan • William B. Lewis • Thomas Little • Francis W. Lohnes • James Lowthers • George Loyd • Leonidas S. Lytle • Jeptha L. Lytton • Herbert Mahers • Gregory Mahoney • Patrick Martin • David A. Matthews • Bernard McCann • Michael McCormick • James McDonald • Robert McDonald • Michael A. McGann • Owen McGar • John McHugh • Daniel McKinley • Michael McLoughlin • Albert W. McMillan • James McNally • William McNamara • Robert McPhelan • Charles H. McVeagh • Nicholas Meaher • Henry W. B. Mechlin • Daniel H. Miller • George Miller • George W. Miller • John Mitchell • John J. Mitchell • Charles H. Montrose • George Moquin • John Moriarity • James L. Morris • John Mott • Edward Murphy • Edward F. Murphy • Jeremiah Murphy • Philip Murphy • Thomas Murphy • Thomas Murray • Fred Myers • Edward Pengally • Josiah Pennsyl • Edwin Phoenix • Frederick Platten • John A. Poppe • Samuel Porter • Thomas Powers • James Pratt • John Raerick • Theodore Ragnar • William Rankin • James C. Reed • Samuel Richman • Hampton M. Roach • Joseph Robinson • David Roche • Henry Romeyn • Edward Rooney • Peter Roth • John F. Rowalt • Stanislaus Roy • James Russell • David Ryan • Dennis Ryan • George D. Scott • Robert B. Scott • William Shaffer • Edward C. Sharpless • John Sheerin • Charles Sheppard • John H. Shingle • John O. Skinner • Andrew J. Smith • Charles E. Smith • George W. Smith • Otto Smith • Robert Smith • Theodore F. Smith • Elmer A. Snow • Orizoba Spence • George Springer • Eben Stanley • Edward Stanley • Alonzo Stokes • William H. Strayer • Benoni Strivson • John A. Sutherland • Allen Walker • William Wallace • Charles H. Ward • James C. Watson • Joseph Watson • Enoch R. Weiss • Charles H. Welch • Michael Welch • Patton G. Whitehead • Jacob Widmer • Benjamin Wilson • Charles Wilson • Milden H. Wilson • William Winterbottom • Joseph Witcome
- World War II Done
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 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/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.