|Statement||by Sir Charles Petrie, bt. ... with 16 illustrations.|
|LC Classifications||DA566.9.L6 P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 7-284 p.|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||37006137|
Introducing Wyoming's Sheriff Walt Longmire in this riveting novel from the New York Times best-selling author of Dry Bones, the first in the Longmire series, the basis for the hit Netflix original series Longmire. Walter Long served during World War I and World War II, attaining the rank of lieutenant colonel before receiving an honorable discharge at the end of World War II.. Although he was often called upon to play antagonists and villains because of his gravel voice and rugged appearance, many people reported that he was actually a warm, kindhearted man off-camera. Long was a friend of Sir Walter Raleigh, (Raleigh's brother Carew had married Long's mother-in-law, widow of the first Sir John Thynne of Longleat), and according to historian John Aubrey, Long was the first in the country to introduce the fashion of smoking tobacco, his friend Raleigh being the first to bring it . Walter Russell Long passed away on Friday, January 19 at the DECH. He was the son of the late W. Forrest Long and Caroline Sutherland Long. He was born on Ma in the old Grieves house on the bank of the Saint John River in Devon and grew up on Neill Street.
Walter Hume Long, 1st Viscount Long, PC, JP, FRS (13 July – 26 September ), was a British Unionist politician. In a political career spanning over 40 years, he held office as President of the Board of Agriculture, President of the Local Government Board, Chief Secretary for Ireland, Secretary of State for the Colonies and First Lord of the Admiralty. The most famous of Thurber's stories, it first appeared in The New Yorker on Ma , and was first collected in his book My World and Welcome to It (Harcourt, Brace and Company, ). 'Sir Walter Long1 'M, #, b. circa , d. ; Last Edited=11 Sep ' Sir Walter Long was born circa at Wiltshire, England.2 He married, firstly, Mary Pakington, daughter of Sir Thomas Pakington and Dorothy Kitson.2 He married, secondly, Catherine Thynne, daughter of Sir John Thynne.2 He died in He was buried on 30 October at Draycot, Wiltshire, England.2 His . Walter "Johnny D." McMillian (Octo – Septem ) was an African-American pulpwood worker from Monroeville, Alabama, who was wrongly convicted of murder and sentenced to death. His conviction was wrongfully obtained, based on police coercion and perjury; in the trial, under a controversial doctrine called "judicial override", the judge imposed the death penalty, even.
Early in his career Walter Long was married to Luray Huntley, an actress for D.W. Griffith's stock company. Huntley and Long performed together in several of Griffith's films, including Traffic in Souls (), Let Katie Do It (), and Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (). They remained married until her death in at the age of 28 as a result of the Spanish influenza. Walter often fights and argues with Ruth, Mama, and Beneatha. Far from being a good listener, he does not seem to understand that he must pay attention to his family members’ concerns in order to help them. Eventually, he realizes that he cannot raise the family up from poverty alone, and he seeks strength in uniting with his family. Walter Mosley is one of America’s greatest crime-fiction writers. He is the author of almost 50 books across multiple genres including the bestselling mystery series featuring detective Easy Rawlins. Mosley’s essays on politics and culture have appeared in many leading publications, most notably The New York Times Magazine and The Nation. LONG, WALTER EWING (–). Walter Ewing Long, businessman and civic leader, was born on November 1, , near Ladonia, Texas, the son of Andrew Davison and Alice Madora (McCown) Long. He graduated from high school in Ladonia in and from Austin College in Sherman with a B.A. degree in and an M.A. degree in