(October 3, 1799 – April 8, 1884)  Francis White "Frank" Johnson was a co-commander of the Texian Army from December 1835 through February 1836, during the Texas Revolution. Johnson arrived in Texas in 1826 and worked as a surveyor for several empresarios, including Stephen F. Austin. He settled permanently near Austin, Texas in 1871 and spent the rest of his life researching Texas history.

(October 3, 1799 – April 8, 1884) Francis White "Frank" Johnson was a co-commander of the Texian Army from December 1835 through February 1836, during the Texas Revolution. Johnson arrived in Texas in 1826 and worked as a surveyor for several empresarios, including Stephen F. Austin. He settled permanently near Austin, Texas in 1871 and spent the rest of his life researching Texas history.

Frank Johnson, a first for Black music! | African American Registry

Frank Johnson, a first for Black music! | African American Registry

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Armchair | Frank Lloyd Wright, 1937-1939 . These chairs were in the Johnson Wax building and they were not stable. Redesigned after numerous spill.

Armchair | Frank Lloyd Wright, 1937-1939 . These chairs were in the Johnson Wax building and they were not stable. Redesigned after numerous spill.

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Francis "Frank" Johnson's arrangement for piano and flute, celebrates the Haitian Independence - 1825.    The presence of a nation ruled by people of color near the United States was an inspiration to African Americans. Haiti--the spelling "Hayti" was common in America--was founded after a slave revolt started in 1791, led by Toussaint L'Ouverture, toppled the government of the French colony of St. Domingue. country.

Francis "Frank" Johnson's arrangement for piano and flute, celebrates the Haitian Independence - 1825. The presence of a nation ruled by people of color near the United States was an inspiration to African Americans. Haiti--the spelling "Hayti" was common in America--was founded after a slave revolt started in 1791, led by Toussaint L'Ouverture, toppled the government of the French colony of St. Domingue. country.

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#MetKids Fun Fact: Auguste Edouart practiced cutting out pictures of heads for almost a whole year before he started cutting out full figures. | Auguste Edouart (French, 1789–1861). Frank Johnson, Leader of the Brass Band of the 128th Regiment in Saratoga, with his wife, Helen, 1842–44. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Philip S. P. and Elisabeth W. Fell, 1976 (1976.652.3-4)

#MetKids Fun Fact: Auguste Edouart practiced cutting out pictures of heads for almost a whole year before he started cutting out full figures. | Auguste Edouart (French, 1789–1861). Frank Johnson, Leader of the Brass Band of the 128th Regiment in Saratoga, with his wife, Helen, 1842–44. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Philip S. P. and Elisabeth W. Fell, 1976 (1976.652.3-4)

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President Eisenhower appointed 2 the federal bench southern Republicans such as Frank Johnson, John Wisdom, & Elbert Tuttle, who would become civil rights champions. The day after the Brown v. Board of Education decision, Eisenhower ordered public schools in Washington, D.C. desegregated immediately, not waiting for judges 2 make “all deliberate speed.” He sent troops to Little Rock to force the Democrat governor in Arkansas to obey a federal court order to racially integrate the public…

President Eisenhower appointed 2 the federal bench southern Republicans such as Frank Johnson, John Wisdom, & Elbert Tuttle, who would become civil rights champions. The day after the Brown v. Board of Education decision, Eisenhower ordered public schools in Washington, D.C. desegregated immediately, not waiting for judges 2 make “all deliberate speed.” He sent troops to Little Rock to force the Democrat governor in Arkansas to obey a federal court order to racially integrate the public…

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Andrew "Frank" Johnson (1852-1879).  Son of Andrew and Eliza Johnson. He was a journalist and he died at age 26.

Andrew "Frank" Johnson (1852-1879). Son of Andrew and Eliza Johnson. He was a journalist and he died at age 26.

WOMAN ON THE RUN (1950) Ann Sheridan - Dennis O'Keefe - Robert Keith Published on Oct 20, 2012   As the film opens, a man, Frank Johnson (Ross Elliott), is walking his dog in the city at night. He witnesses a man in a car talking about a crime. The man then gets shot. But whoever shot that man then sees Frank and shoots at him. The shot misses, however, because it is mistakenly aimed at Frank's shadow. The killer then flees in the car.

WOMAN ON THE RUN (1950) Ann Sheridan - Dennis O'Keefe - Robert Keith Published on Oct 20, 2012 As the film opens, a man, Frank Johnson (Ross Elliott), is walking his dog in the city at night. He witnesses a man in a car talking about a crime. The man then gets shot. But whoever shot that man then sees Frank and shoots at him. The shot misses, however, because it is mistakenly aimed at Frank's shadow. The killer then flees in the car.

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frank johnson(1917–98), manor row, bradford, c.1954. oil on board, 101.6 x 50.8 cm. glasgow museums, uk http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/manor-row-bradford-84666

frank johnson(1917–98), manor row, bradford, c.1954. oil on board, 101.6 x 50.8 cm. glasgow museums, uk http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/manor-row-bradford-84666

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