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Birthplace: Haynesville, LA
John H. Bryan
John Henry Bryan, Jr.
Sara Lee CEO 1975-2000
Born: 1936 - 1937 (?)
Birthplace: West Point, MS
Johnnie L Cochran, Jr.
Birthplace: Shreveport, LA
Helen Gurley Brown|
Birthplace: Green Forest, AR
Arguably the most influential designer
of the last decade.
Having initially trained as an actor,
he studied interior architecture
at Parsons School of Design until 1986,
and went on to take positions
at Perry Ellis and Cathy Hardwick,
before joining Gucci in 1990.
-- February 2004 MILAN, Italy --
Tom Ford presented his final collection,
the leather company he turned around
10 years ago to make it
one of the most sought-after labels
on the global fashion scene.
Born: August 27, 1961
Birthplace: Austin, Texas
Howard Robard Hughes, Jr.
Congressional Gold Medal
Birthplace: Humble, TX
L. Lowry Mays
Chairman and CEO of Clear Channel
Founded Clear Channel in 1972, buying a single radio station in Texas for $175k.
His company now employs more than 60,000 people.
Born: c. 1935
Christopher Bryan Moneymaker
turned professional poker player
Winner of the 2003 World Series of Poker
Author -- (2005)
How an Amateur Poker Player Turned $40 into $2.5 Million at the World Series of Poker
Born: c. 1976
(Lives in Brentwood, TN)
Donald Winfred Ohlmeyer, Jr.
President of NBC West Coast
Birthplace: New Orleans, LA
H. Ross Perot |
Henry Ross Perot
Business - Self-professed Politician (?)
Birthplace: Texarkana, TX
The U.S. Southern states or The South, also known as Dixie,
is perhaps the most distinctive region of the United States, with its own unique
historical perspective, customs and cuisine.
As defined by the Census Bureau, the Southern region of the United States includes 16 states, and is split into three smaller units, or divisions: The South Atlantic States, which are Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia (plus the District of Columbia); the East South Central States of Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee; and the West South Central States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
However, not all definitions of the South are based on geographic divisions, with culture and history also playing a large role in defining what is the South. For example, the Deep South is a cultural and geographic subregion of the American South which consists of South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana (six of the seven original states of the Confederate States of America, the seventh state being Texas).
Also see:   Wikipedia.org (hover link)   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_United_States for additional confusion.
Who (and where) is Southern? |
I say some are, and some ...not so much.
Discuss amongst yourselves.
I do NOT even want to get into the MASON-DIXON whys 'n wherefores!
for a lengthy explanation.