Patrick O'Brien

(died 1905)

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Patrick O'Brien
1905
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August 15, 1905
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Patrick O'Brien died on August 15, 1905.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Patrick O'Brien
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Los Angeles National Cemetery Section 11 Row M Site 14 950 South Sepulveda Boulevard, in Los Angeles, California 90049
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Branch of service: Infantry
Rank attained: CO M 3RD NY INF
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Patrick O'Brien died on August 15, 1905. He was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery Section 11 Row M Site 14, Los Angeles, California. We have no information about Patrick's family or relationships.

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In 1811, on July 9th, British explorer, surveyor, and fur trader David Thompson posted a notice at the junction of the Columbia River and the Snake River - in modern-day Washington- claiming the area for the United Kingdom and stating the intention of the North West Company to build a trading post there. The trading post was built several years later.

In 1825, on October 26th, the Erie Canal opened. Construction had begun in 1817 and the completion of the canal provided passage from Albany New York to Buffalo New York and Lake Erie. Previously, pack animals had to be used to transport goods - there were no railroads - and the canal allowed goods to be shipped relatively easily and quickly.

In 1830, on May 28th, the US Congress passed the Indian Removal Act. The Act authorized the President to negotiate with Native Americans in the southern region of the US, exchanging their ancestral lands for federal territory west of the Mississippi River. Tens of thousands of Native Americans were forced to move - and march - west.

In 1867, on March 1st, Nebraska became the 37th state in the United States. Due to the Homestead Act, settlers had flooded into the area and the first wave of settlers was so large that Nebraska was immediately able to apply for statehood.

In 1905, in the year of Patrick O'Brien's passing, the Niagara Falls conference was held in Fort Erie, Ontario. Led by W.E.B. Du Bois and William Monroe Trotter, a group of African-American men met in opposition to racial segregation and disenfranchisement. Booker T. Washington had been calling for policies of accommodation and conciliation and these two men, along with the others who attended the conference, felt that this was accomplishing nothing. The group was the precursor to the NAACP.

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May 12, 1941 - Mar 18, 2013 1941 - 2013
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Aug 16, 1926 - May 10, 2012 1926 - 2012
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Jun 6, 1934 - Aug 15, 1988 1934 - 1988
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Mar 30, 1942 - Feb 8, 2010 1942 - 2010
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Aug 12, 1948 - Sep 6, 2008 1948 - 2008
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May 5, 1953 - Oct 26, 2006 1953 - 2006
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Aug 9, 1957 - Jul 15, 2006 1957 - 2006
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Dec 25, 1938 - Dec 31, 2005 1938 - 2005
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Feb 3, 1920 - Aug 8, 2005 1920 - 2005

Other Briens

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Dec 31, 1969 - May 20, 1964 1969 - 1964
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Unknown - Feb 28, 1918 ? - 1918
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Unknown - Aug 20, 1928 ? - 1928
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Unknown - Jan 3, 1930 ? - 1930
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Unknown - Dec 9, 1925 ? - 1925
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Dec 31, 1969 - Jun 24, 1973 1969 - 1973
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Unknown - Mar 5, 1927 ? - 1927
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Unknown - Nov 1, 1912 ? - 1912
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Jun 19, 1921 - Oct 21, 1971 1921 - 1971
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Jun 20, 1905 - Sep 28, 1970 1905 - 1970
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Unknown - Dec 18, 1942 ? - 1942
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Sep 10, 1945 - Jun 3, 2001 1945 - 2001
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May 22, 1929 - Aug 2, 2004 1929 - 2004
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Apr 19, 1926 - Sep 24, 2004 1926 - 2004
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Jun 25, 1925 - Nov 3, 1974 1925 - 1974
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Unknown - Jan 8, 1919 ? - 1919

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Oct 17, 1945 - Mar 28, 2003 1945 - 2003
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Oct 16, 1923 - Aug 14, 2004 1923 - 2004
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Jan 2, 1921 - Sep 15, 2004 1921 - 2004
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Dec 3, 1923 - Oct 2, 2004 1923 - 2004
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Mar 14, 1916 - Oct 3, 2004 1916 - 2004
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Jan 13, 1947 - Oct 2, 2004 1947 - 2004
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Feb 25, 1922 - Oct 4, 2004 1922 - 2004
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Jun 17, 1970 - Sep 25, 2004 1970 - 2004
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May 3, 1926 - Mar 3, 2004 1926 - 2004
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Unknown - Nov 18, 1929 ? - 1929
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May 19, 1943 - Sep 26, 2004 1943 - 2004
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Feb 19, 1944 - Sep 25, 2004 1944 - 2004
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Mar 17, 1951 - Sep 20, 2004 1951 - 2004
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Sep 30, 1950 - Oct 2, 2004 1950 - 2004
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