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Encyclopedia > Robert Campbell

Robert Campbell, Bobby Campbell or Bob Campbell may refer to:


In politics:

  • Robert Campbell (politician) (1808-1870), a New York politician.
  • Robert Campbell (Canadian politician) (1818-1887), a Canadian lumber merchant and politician.
  • Robert Campbell (Alberta politician) Former member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta
  • Robert Campbell (Mayor), Mayor of El Paso, Texas.
  • Robert Adam Campbell, a lumber merchant and politician from Ontario, Canada.
  • Robert Campbell (trade unionist), founder of the US teachers trade union, the National Education Association.

In sport: Robert Campbell was an American politician who served as Lieutenant Governor of New York from 1859 to 1863. ... Robert Campbell Source: Library and Archives Canada Robert Campbell (March 20, 1818 – June 14, 1887) was a Scottish-born Ontario businessman and political figure. ... Robert Eldon Campbell (born: - died: ) was a politician from Alberta, Canada. ... El Paso redirects here. ... Robert Adam Campbell was an Ontario businessman and political figure. ... The National Education Association (NEA) is the largest labor union in the United States, representing many of the countrys teachers along with other school personnel. ...

In other activities: Robert Bobby Campbell (born 28 June 1922) was a Scottish international footballer who played during the 1940s and 1950s. ... A player (wearing the red kit) has penetrated the defence (in the white kit) and is taking a shot at goal. ... Robert J Campbell (born 23 April 1937 in Liverpool) was a football player and later manager. ... Bobby Campbell (born September 13, 1956 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) was a former professional footballer who played for many clubs in England and won 2 caps for Northern Ireland. ... Bradford City Association Football Club is a football team based at the Bradford and Bingley Stadium (formerly known as Valley Parade) in Bradford, England. ... Robert Campbell (born June 24, 1966 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island) is a Canadian curler. ... Robert Campbell (born June 2, 1983) is an Australian rules footballer who plays for the Hawthorn Hawks. ... Hawthorn Football Club, nicknamed The Hawks, are an Australian rules football club playing in the Australian Football League (AFL). ... Robert Campbell (born 22 July 1986, in Glasgow) is a Scottish professional footballer currently on a year-long loan to Dundee from Kilmarnock. ...

  • Robert Campbell of Glenlyon (1630-1696), the Scottish officer implicated in the Massacre of Glencoe.
  • Robert Campbell (Australian landowner) (1769–1846), a prominent 19th century Australian.
  • Robert Campbell (Frontiersman) (1804-1879), a 19th century American frontiersman.
  • Robert Campbell (fur trader) (1808–1894), fur trader of the Hudson Bay Company and explorer of the Yukon.
  • Robert Campbell (Art gallery director) (1902-1972), an Australian painter and director of State art Galleries in the mid twentieth century.
  • Robert Campbell (journalist), an award winning architecture journalist with the Boston Globe.
  • Bobby Campbell (musician), member of The Exiles, a Scottish band.

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MHS Transactions: Sketch of the Life and Discoveries of Robert Campbell (3969 words)
Campbell, with the hardiest of his seven trusty companions, who were some of them whites and others Indians, now made an inland,journey of more than a day's march, and saw the high cliffs of the splendid river, which were named the Pelly Banks in honor of the Governor in London, Sir Henry Pelly.
Robert Campbell was most devoted to his wife, and she gave him two sons and a daughter.
Campbell in his travels and explorations had not a better instrument than a pocket compass to enable him to take observations, and as an evidence of his accuracy, it may be stated that the map produced from his notes and delineations by Mr.
Ulster Medical Society Archives: Robert Campbell (2994 words)
Robert Campbell's contribution to the advancement of surgery was due probably not so much to the originality of his views as to his gift of clarity of logical thought which enabled him to recognise the best of the ideas available and then put them into practice.
Robert Campbell's most important contributions were, however, in the fields of the operative treatment of hernia in infants and children, and the aetiological types of acute appendicitis.
Robert Campbell was interred in the old burial ground at Templepatrick, the ground where the old church of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem once stood, and where his ancestors lie at rest.
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