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How big was a roman garrison?

A Roman garrison, like any other garrison, could be of varying numbers. A garrison is either a body of troops or the place where the troops live. A body of Roman troops could (MORE)

Who is William loyd garrison?

William Lloyd Garrison (December 12, 1805 - May 24, 1879) was a prominent American abolitionist, journalist, and social reformer. He is best known as the editor of the abolit (MORE)

Where did William Lloyd Garrison die?

Garrison, ailing from kidney disease, continued to weaken during April 1879, and went to live with his daughter Fanny's family in New York City. In late May his condition wors (MORE)

How big is a garrison?

A garrison does not have a specific size. It is a force of soldiers assigned to guard a certain place such as a town or road. The term garrison is generally used to mean a for (MORE)
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What is a garrison flag?

20x38 ft US flag it is raised at all military bases on special occasions and Sundays otherwise the post flag is flown it is 10x19ft and in severe weather the storm flag 5x9.6
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What does garrison mean?

Garrison refers to a protective shield or barricade create by  troops in an effort to protect and defend.

What is luke garrisons disease?

I think you are asking about Lou Gehrig's disease, also called Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ( ALS). Its a disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control (MORE)
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What did William garrison do?

William Lloyd Garrison (1805 â?? 1879) was a prominent  abolitionist, social reformer and activist/journalist. He was also  known as the founder, editor and publisher of â (MORE)
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What is a Garrison Commander?

Garrison Commander is the person that facilitate the project of the  troop. The troop is responsible for building properties and to  watch over the welfare of the people in (MORE)