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  1. Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. ( IPA: ˈˈd͡ʒəʊzəf ˌrɒbᵻˈnɛt ˈbaɪdən) [4] vagy röviden csak Joe Biden ( Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1942. november 20. [5] –) amerikai politikus, az Amerikai Egyesült Államok 46. elnöke, [6] beiktatására 2021. január 20-án került sor. [7] 2009. és 2017. január 20-a között az ország ...

  2. 8. Okt. 2019 · William B. Ide (1796-1852), was the rebellion’s leader and military commander. William L. Todd (1818-1876), one of Ide’s soldiers, helped create the “Bear Flag,” the symbol of the short-lived California Republic and an ancestor of today’s California state flag. Ide was the classic peripatetic pioneer.

  3. Chief Justice John Roberts administers the presidential oath of office to Biden at the Capitol, January 20, 2021. On January 20, 2021, Biden was sworn in by U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts as the 46th president of the United States, completing the oath of office at 11:49 am EST, eleven minutes before the legal start of his term.

  4. THE BEAR FLAG REVOLT & WILLIAM B. IDE: William Brown Ide, his wife Susan B., and their five children (4 other children had died) left Missouri on April 1, 1845. Ide had been an Elder in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was President of a Branch of the Church in Illinois. He had also served on the delegation at the convention ...

  5. William Joseph Burns (born April 4, 1956) is an American diplomat who has served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the Biden administration since March 19, 2021. He previously served as U.S. deputy secretary of state from 2011 to 2014; in 2009 he served as acting secretary of state for a day, prior to the confirmation of Hillary Clinton .

  6. William Brown Ide ( 28 mars 1796 - 20 décembre 1852) était un pionnier et un militaire californien, qui fut le chef de la révolte du drapeau de l'ours avant de devenir le Président de la brève République de Californie de juin à juillet 1846. Américain d'origine, il s'installe en Californie et vécut à Red Bluff.

  7. Please note: At the time that Ide arrived in Sacramento, there was no such entity as "Sutter's Fort." There was a man named John Augustus Sutter who owned some buildings on some high ground in what is now midtown Sacramento, but it was not called "Sutter's Fort." It was just the place where Sutter lived, and a gathering place for people who who ...