Mccormick



Anne Elizabeth O’Hare, 1882–1954, U.S. journalist, born in England.
Cyrus Hall, 1809–84, U.S. inventor, especially of harvesting machinery.
Patricia (“Pat”) born 1930, U.S. diver.
Robert Rutherford, 1880–1955, U.S. newspaper publisher.
Contemporary Examples

Candidates in Maine, Nebraska, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C., Challenge Republicans and Democrats Alike Linda Killian July 4, 2014
The Story Behind the Most Viral Photo Ever Brian Ries November 18, 2012
Candidates in Maine, Nebraska, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C., Challenge Republicans and Democrats Alike Linda Killian July 4, 2014

Historical Examples

Cyrus Hall McCormick Herbert Newton Casson
A Place in the Sun C.H. Thames
The Romance of the Reaper Herbert Newton Casson
The Age of Invention Holland Thompson
The Romance of the Reaper Herbert Newton Casson
The Age of Invention Holland Thompson
My Native Land James Cox

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Cyrus Hall. 1809–84, US inventor of the reaping machine (1831)

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