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    • Judge Elmer Dundy

    • Judge Elmer Dundy Standing Bear Crook decision citizenship man law Native Americans Indians Big Snake Ponca treaty habeus corpus race relations freedom reservation tribe
    • Judge Dundy's decision in the case Standing Bear vs. Crook was an important development in the history of Indian-white relations.
    • Hippodrome Theatre

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    • Others might vanish rabbits, but in 1918, on the brightly-lit stage of the Hippodrome in New York City, Houdini made a 10,000-pound elephant disappear. He created a sensation. When Houdini fired a pistol Jennie vanished from view. The Hippodrome...
    • Hippodrome Theatre

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    • The Hippodrome was built by Frederick Thompson and Elmer Dundy, with the backing of Harry S. Black's U.S. Realty, a dominant real estate and construction company of the time. R. H. Burnside loved to direct spectacles and to orchestrate the...
    • Hippodrome Theatre

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    • General view, 1905. The Hippodrome was built by Frederick Thompson and Elmer Dundy, with the backing of Harry S. Black's U.S. Realty, a dominant real estate and construction company of the time

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