- Author:Theodore Allison Sherman,Lance E. Metz
- Publisher:Center for Canal History &; 1st edition (June 1, 1988)
- Pages:60 pages
- FB2 format1281 kb
- ePUB format1615 kb
- DJVU format1237 kb
- Formats:lit lrf docx txt
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This book, by Theodore A. Sherman & Simon S. Johnson is a masterpiece! I studied Technical Writing this . This book is very easy to understand. Johnson is a masterpiece! I studied Technical Writing this summer and checked about 6 books out of the Library. This was by far the best one I used. Reasons I recommend this book: This book is very easy to understand. It follows all its own advice when it comes to being clear, logically organized, and succinct. The book makes effective use of headings, numbered lists, graphs, and tables to make it easy to read. The authors really knew the subject, and they have a very effective style of teaching.
Theodore Sherman Palmer (January 26, 1868 – July 24, 1955) was an American zoologist. Palmer was born in Oakland, California and studied at the University of California. In 1889 he joined the Division of Economic Ornithology and Mammalogy of the United States Department of Agriculture under Clinton Hart Merriam. He was Assistant Chief of the Department from 1896 to 1902, and then from 1910 to 1914
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As Sherman had never held a party leadership post or been a chairman of a major committee such as Ways and Means or Appropriations, he was considered sufficiently neutral to frequently be appointed chairman of the "Committee of the Whole" - a crucial device for speeding up the passage of bills by suspending certain rules at the discretion of the chairman.
We think we hazard little in assuring your Excellency that his appointment would give almost universal satisfaction to the citizens of Perry County. With great consideration, we have the honor to be.