John Caldwell

John Caldwell

John Caldwell may refer to:

* John Caldwell (cartoonist), American cartoonist
* John Caldwell (boxer) (born 1938), Irish Olympian, bronze medal in 1956 Olympics
* John Caldwell (Kentucky politician) (1757-1804), Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, 1804
* John Caldwell (seigneur) (1775-1842), Early Quebec seigneur and politician
* John Caldwell (demographer) (born 1928), Australian demographer and member of the Order of Australia
* John Caldwell (Irish soldier), 18th-century officer in the British 8th Regiment of Foot
* John Caldwell (musicologist) (born 1938) composer and Oxford University academic
* John Caldwell (Texas politician), Texas state senator, 1855–1859
* John A. Caldwell (1852–1927), U.S. Representative from Ohio
* John C. Caldwell (1833–1912), General in the U.S. Army during the Civil War
* John H. Caldwell (b. 1928), American nordic skier and author
* John Henry Caldwell (1826–1902), U.S. Representative from Alabama
* John T. Caldwell (1912–1995), Chancellor of North Carolina State University
* John W. Caldwell (1837–1903), U.S. Representative from Kentucky
* John Holt (educator), US educator, also called John Caldwell Holt
* John Caldwell (author), British author of "Our Friends the Tigers".
* John Caldwell (Michigan state representative) (1849–1916), Michigan state representative (1897–1900)

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  • John Caldwell (demographer) — John Charles Jack Caldwell AO (born 8 December 1928) is a leading demographer, particularly in the fields of fertility transition and health transition. He has researched extensively in Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia since 1959. He has had …   Wikipedia

  • John Caldwell Calhoun — (né le 18 mars 1782 en Caroline du Sud et mort le 31 mars 1850 à Washington D.C.) est un important politicien américain durant la première moitié du XIXe siècle. Il est le pre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • John Caldwell (boxer) — John Caldwell (born May 7, 1938 in Belfast) is a former boxer from Northern Ireland, who won the bronze medal in the flyweight ( ndash; 51 kg) division at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia.Caldwell was considered to be a supreme… …   Wikipedia

  • John Caldwell Calhoun — (* 18. März 1782 Calhoun Mills bei Abbeville im Abbeville County, South Carolina; † 31. März 1850 in Washington D. C.) war der 7. Vizepräsident der Vereinigten Staaten von 1825 bis 1832 u …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Caldwell Holt — (né le 14 avril 1923 et décédé le 14 septembre 1985) est un éducateur et un écrivain américain, l un des plus grands défenseurs du homeschooling, et un pionnier dans la défense des droits des enfants. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Homeschooling …   Wikipédia en Français

  • John Caldwell Holt — (* 14. April 1923; † 19. September 1985) war ein US amerikanischer Autor und Pädagoge. Er veröffentlichte mehrere Bücher über selbstbestimmtes Lernen und Kinderrechte und gab die Zeitschrift Growing Without Schooling heraus. Nach dem Zweiten… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Caldwell (Michigan State Representative) — Infobox Person name = John Caldwell image size = 175 px caption = birth date = July 4, 1849 birth place = Ridgeway, New York death date = March 7, 1916 death place = Manton, Michigan education = Litchfield School occupation = farmer, timberman,… …   Wikipedia

  • John Caldwell (seigneur) — Sir John Caldwell, (bap. 25 February 1775 ndash; 26 October 1842), was a businessman and politician in Lower Canada and the only son of Henry Caldwell, the receiver general of Lower Canada from 1794.John grew up near Quebec City on the family… …   Wikipedia

  • John Caldwell (cartoonist) — John I. Caldwell (born 1946) [ Mueca to Mulick , Reading Room Index to the Comic Art Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections Division. Retrieved August 21, 2008.] is a nationally syndicated American gag cartoonist… …   Wikipedia

  • John Caldwell (musicologist) — John Anthony Caldwell (born 6 July 1938) is an English musicologist and composer.LifeCaldwell was born in Bebington, Cheshire and studied the organ at the Matthay School of Music in Liverpool, becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists… …   Wikipedia

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